The St. Norbert College Green Knights continued their winning ways Saturday night with a 6-3 win against St. Olaf College.
The Green Knights (12-2-1), coming off an offensive record-setting 12-2 win against St. Mary’s Friday night, made the most of a major checking-from-behind penalty in the second period, scoring twice during the five minute penalty.
Before that penalty, St. Olaf jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first period with a goal through Kevin Harris at the 10:42 mark. St. Norbert was held at bay for the rest of the period, with St. Olaf holding a one goal advantage as they started the second period.
Cullen Bradshaw, who scored four goals last night, equalized for St. Norbert at the 1:09 mark in the second period, and Kyle Stroh scored again at the 2:32 mark to make the game 2-1.
The Green Knights scored twice during the major penalty, with Chris Rial scoring at 8:29 and Cody Keefer scoring at the 8:48 mark to make the game 4-1. Mason Baptista lit the lamp for St. Norbert at the 12:37 mark to give the Green Knights a commanding 5-1 lead at the end of the second period.
34 seconds into the third period, Bradshaw got his second goal of the night, scoring the sixth and final goal for the Green Knights. St. Olaf scored twice at the 2:48 mark through Harris, and again at the 7:39 mark through Joel Lundstrom.
St. Olaf’s Henrik Wood made 24 saves in the loss, while St. Norbert’s David Jacobson made 17 saves in the victory.
The Green Knight’s next test comes on the road against 11th ranked UW-Superior next weekend.