In their most recent series, the Lindenwood Lions hosted Augustana University in their home season opener. LU’s “Frozen Roar” was one for the books. The opening weekend didn’t end in a sweep for the Vikings after a 4-3 overtime loss, but Saturday’s game ended dramatically in favor of the host Lions as they cruised to a 5-3 victory.
This weekend LU will host the Sharks of Long Island University on Friday, November 17thy And Saturday, November 18y. The puck drop is scheduled for 7:10 PM on Friday and 2:10 PM on Saturday at the Centene Community Ice Center in Maryland Heights, Missouri. The last time the two teams met, Liu won the first game in overtime 3-2 and the second game 6-4 in January this year.
Trent Burnhamwho guarded Lindenwood’s net, recorded 29 saves on Friday and 41 on Saturday. Jake Southgate He enters the weekend leading the Lions by eight points, with four goals and four assists. Kyle Jeffers He scored seven points, scored three goals and four assists, while… Kabore den He has six assists for six points.
The Sharks enter the weekend 4-7 after being swept by Omaha. On Friday, November 10thyLeo fell 3-2 and 5-4 in overtime on Saturday. Looking back further, the Sharks were able to get past Sacred Heart, 2-1. Josh Zary leads LIU with 13 points. He has seven goals and six assists this season. Isaiah Fox scored 12 points after scoring two goals and providing 10 assists. Cade Mason, also one to watch, enters the weekend with one goal and 10 assists for 11 points.
Friday’s game will be broadcast on Lindenwood’s private channel 89.1 KCLC, while Saturday’s game will be broadcast on 590 The Fan.
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