GameCenter final: Colorado College 7, UND 1

Feb. 16—COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Zaccharya Wisdom scored four goals and tallied five points as Colorado College blew out UND 7-1 and ended the Fighting Hawks' 21-game regulation unbeaten streak.

First star: Zaccharya Wisdom, CC, 4 goals, 5 points.

Second star: Ryan Beck, CC, 4 assists.

Third star: Klavs Veinbergs, CC, 1 goal, 2 assists.

Colorado College 1, UND 0 — Klavs Veinbergs 2 (Nicklas Andrews, Ryan Beck) 7:54 (pp). Colorado College capitalizes on its second power-play chance of the night. Veinbergs gets the puck in the right circle. UND goalie Ludvig Persson is square to him but the Tampa Bay Lightning pick snaps a shot that trickles through Persson's five-hole.

Colorado College 1, UND 1 — Riese Gaber 15 (Garrett Pyke, Jake Schmaltz) 9:22 (pp). Tiger forward Gleb Veremyev takes a penalty on the center-ice faceoff after the goal and UND uses it to tie the game. Gaber gets the puck in his spot and snipes it for his 15th goal of the season.

Colorado College 2, UND 1 — Gleb Veremyev 10 (Zaccharya Wisdom) 18:02. Persson plays a puck into the corner where Wisdom battles with Garrett Pyke for it. Wisdom comes away with the puck and spots Veremyev standing all alone on the top of the crease. Veremyev puts it away to give the Tigers the lead.

Colorado College 3, UND 1 — Zaccharya Wisdom 7 (Klavs Veinbergs, Ryan Beck) 13:24 (pp). Veinbergs attempts to shoot the puck from the right circle on the power play. His attempt is blocked and the puck flutters in the air to the top of the crease, where Wisdom bats it out of the air. UND challenges the play for a high stick, but officials uphold the call on the ice.

Colorado College 4, UND 1 — Tyler Coffey 5 (Noah Laba) 15:15. UND turns the puck over exiting the zone and Coffey rifles one from the left circle past Persson for his fifth goal of the season. UND challenges the play for offside, but the play is upheld and UND is penalized.

Colorado College 5, UND 1 — Zaccharya Wisdom 8 (Klavs Veinbergs, Ryan Beck) 16:12 (pp). The Tigers take advantage of the power play. They run a backdoor play to Wisdom. He can't get the shot off, but picks up the loose puck and gets one to leak through Persson, who is pulled after the goal.

Colorado College 6, UND 1 — Zaccharya Wisdom 9 (Ryan Beck, Nicklas Andrews) 4:35 (pp). The Tigers go to 4-for-5 on the advantage when Beck spots Wisdom on top of the crease for a tap-in. It's a hat trick for the rookie Seattle Kraken draft pick.

Colorado College 7, UND 1 — Zaccharya Wisdom 10 (Gleb Veremyev) 12:27. UND hits back-to-back posts on one end, then Wisdom comes down the other way and scores his fourth of the game.


29 Jackson Kunz—14 Cameron Berg—17 Riese Gaber

26 Dylan James—22 Owen McLaughlin—9 Jackson Blake

27 Louis Jamernik V—8 Jake Schmaltz—18 Jayden Perron

5 Dane Montgomery—11 Griffin Ness—21 Ben Strinden

13 Carson Albrecht


7 Garrett Pyke—25 Abram Wiebe

4 Jake Livanavage—20 Keaton Pehrson

6 Logan Britt—2 Bennett Zmolek


32 Ludvig Persson

30 Hobie Hedquist

Not in lineup, on trip: D Nate Benoit, D Tanner Komzak

Not on trip: F Hunter Johannes (lower body), G Kaleb Johnson


28 Gleb Veremyev—26 Noah Laba—2 Zaccharya Wisdom

8 Ryan Beck—20 Logan Will—10 Bret Link

12 Tommy Middleton—27 Stanley Cooley—11 Ray Christy

29 Drew Montgomery—24 Klavs Veinbergs—19 Evan Werner

17 Tyler Coffey


37 Nicklas Andrews—5 Jack Millar

18 Connor Mayer—23 Ethan Straky

7 Chase Foley—4 Max Burkholder


30 Kaidan Mbereko

31 Henry Wilder

1 Jake Begley

Not in lineup: F Danny Weight, F Noah Serdachny, F Riley Stuart, D Tyler Dunbar, D Antonio Fernandez, D Nikolai Charchenko

Referees — Sterling Egan and Stephen Reneau

Linesmen — Seth Mukai and Jamie Alary

Supervisor — Ron Foyt

UND is wearing its black jerseys. . . UND's lineup is as expected. Carson Albrecht returns after a four-game absence. UND is dressing 13 forwards and six defensemen. . . Colorado College's lineup also is as expected. . . UND has played twice in Ed Robson Arena. It is 3-0-1 in the building. . . The Tigers won both meetings in December 3-2 in overtime. . . The Fighting Hawks have gone 21-straight games without a regulation loss, tying the program record. It was set in 2006-07. . . UND has registered at least one point in all 16 league games.