MENOMONIE, Wis. – Wisconsin-Stout scored a goal in each period and went on to a 3-1 win against No. 12 St. Thomas (Minn.) on Tuesday at the Dunn County Ice Arena.
The Blue Devils (3-2-2) got things going first when Kevin O’Donnell scored at 14:20 of the first period, with assists from Jordan Tredinnick and Joe Beaudette.
The Tommies (3-2-1) tied the contest when Michael Krieg scored on the power play at 12:08 in the second period.
Stout grabbed the lead back on a controversial goal by Jason Cohen. Cohen scored from the top of the circle, but it took several minutes for the officials to determine if the puck actually crossed the line. Garrett Grimstad and O’Donnell were credited with the assists.
Grimstad put the game away in the third period, scoring at the 13:47 mark, with assists from Logan Maly and Sam Carr.
Stout’s Nick Hopper recorded 32 saves and the Tommies’ Drew Fielding had 30 saves.