Women&#8217s Hockey: No. 10 Ohio Condition sweeps Minnesota Condition to succeed to WCHA semifinals

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Ohio Condition senior forward Charly Dahlquist (5) fights off a Bemidgi Condition player for that puck on February 8. Ohio Condition lost 3-2.

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Ohio Condition senior forward Charly Dahlquist (5) fights off a Bemidgi Condition player for that puck on February 8. Ohio Condition lost 3-2. Credit: Cori Wade For That Lantern

Sophomore forward Emma Maltais stated Ohio Condition women’s hockey required to take proper care of business early to be able to sweep Minnesota Condition on Saturday.

Senior forward Charly Dahlquist got the content, as she notched an electrical play deflection goal just two minutes in to the first period to own Buckeyes a lead that they didn’t let slip.

No. 10 Ohio Condition (20-12-2, 12-10-2 WCHA) ousted Minnesota Condition (9-19-7, 3-16-5 WCHA) in the first round from the conference tournament for that second straight season having a 3- win and series sweep Saturday in the Ohio Condition Skating Rink.

“We crucial that power play goal to provide that confidence after which set a dark tone throughout the sport,” Ohio Condition mind coach Nadine Muzerall stated.

Dahlquist’s quick strike, thanks to assists from redshirt junior defenseman Jincy Dunne and senior forward Jacyn Reeves, was her 13th goal of year, extending her career full of both goals and points.

A tripping ask Mavericks’ newcomer forward Brooke Bryant sprung the ability play chance for that Buckeyes. Despite two goals in Friday’s game, Bryant ended with two penalties Saturday and couldn’t discover the internet on her behalf team-leading seven shots.

Minnesota Condition elevated its shot output from 21 on Friday to twenty-eight, but remained as dominated in shots for that sixth straight time from the Buckeyes, who’d 38.

Ohio Condition newcomer goalkeeper Andrea Braendli, February’s WCHA Goalkeeper from the Month, stopped all 28 shots in her own sixth shutout of the season and third from the Mavericks.

Muzerall stated the greater shots her beginning goalkeeper faces, the greater comfortable she becomes while watching internet.

“That’s how she plays at her best,” Muzerall stated. “If she’s not [seeing] lots of shots, like every goalkeeper, you’re cold and unprepared.”

Minnesota Condition newcomer goalkeeper Abigail Levy, who outperform Braendli for conference All-Rookie Team selection, set up another strong performance from the Buckeyes with 38 saves to provide her 77 for that series.

The Buckeyes were not able to attain another goal on Levy until 16 minutes in to the third period when Reeves tallied her second reason for the sport to place the Buckeyes up two.

A tripping penalty on Ohio Condition junior defenseman Elise Riemenschneider with under three minutes remaining gave the Mavericks their last gasp, because they required a clear internet for any six on four chance.

However, the Buckeyes got a problem kill, which Braendli was unfazed by.

“I love that pressure, I really like that energy,” Braendli stated. “Of course it’s never simple to play in situations like this because many things can happen.”

Dunne, an exciting-WCHA First Team selection, capped them back for that Buckeyes by having an empty internet goal in the opposite finish to really make it 3- with 38 seconds remaining. Her two points around the night offer her 27 for that year, probably the most for defensemen within the conference.

Though Minnesota Condition finished above last devote the conference the very first time since 2012-13, their season involves a detailed having a tenth consecutive WCHA tournament quarterfinals series loss.

Having a series sweep, Ohio Condition advances to manage No. 2 Wisconsin in Minneapolis next Saturday for that WCHA semifinals. The Badgers have dropped seven of 12 suggests the Buckeyes in four conferences this year.

Muzerall stated her team hasn’t managed to get to this point accidentally.

“We have to make certain we know that we’re a great team too and use with full confidence and never use like it’s a privilege to become there,” Muzerall stated. “We’ve earned our place to become there.”

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