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columbus, ohio – The No. 1 Ohio State Women’s Hockey Team had its most decisive win of the season on Friday night with a 9-1 victory over Lindenwood at the Sentane Community Ice Center in Maryland Heights, Missouri. The Buckeyes (17-2-2, 13-2-1 WCHA) had 12 skaters score points in the competition, with senior Jen Gardiner and alumnus Emma Maltheis scoring career milestones along the way. did.
how it happened
- The Buckeyes had a busy first period, scoring four goals in six minutes.
- St. Louis native Makena Webster got off to a successful start on his return home by scoring the first goal for the Buckeyes. She got her team on the board at 5:57 and added an assist to her team’s second goal.
- Rosenthal, who scored two goals in the period, knocked the puck past Lindenwood’s Nathalie Verenc during a scrum on a goal crease to put the Buckeyes ahead 2-0 at 7:35.
- Ohio State’s two remaining first period goals were scored on both power play opportunities, with Genab Glioni scoring the first goal at 10:39 and Rosenthal second at 11:15. scored a goal.
- The team finished the period 25-4 shots in goal advantage.
- The Buckeyes took their foot off Gus in the second frame, scoring only one goal in the period. The strike came at 9:08 he was from Jenn Gardiner. The team added another 22 shots on target in that period while holding the Lions to just three.
- Ohio State picked up momentum in the final frame, adding four more goals to the Lions during 14:04.
- Paetyn Levis scored Ohio State’s third power play goal and had 56 seconds on the team’s fourth man-up opportunity.
- The Buckeyes scored two goals in under four and a half minutes. Gardiner lit his second lamp in the contest with his 6:28 and Kenzie Houseworth added his one with his own in 8:28.
- Lindenwood was able to pass Ohio goaltender Quinn Kuntz by one at 15:07, but it was the only point the Buckeyes allowed to get on the board.
- The final goal for Ohio State was scored by hometown hero Webster at 18:15.
- Jen Gardiner tied a career-high four points against the Lions to lead the Buckeyes. She scored a career-high two goals in one match for her eighth time in her career and added two helpers.
- Gardiner now has 101 points in her career, making her the 16th player in program history to join the Century Club, trailing Peitin Leavis as the second player to reach the milestone this season. The British player, from Surrey, Columbia, has scored 42 goals and her 59 points in 117 games, her 101 career points.
- Emma Maltheis had 3 assists in the game and a record 124 career helpers for the Ohio State program. She is currently the program record holder for Career Points, Career Points by Forwards, and Career Assists.
- Senior goalkeeper Quinn Kunz made his second start of the season and career on Friday against Lindenwood. She made 14 saves that night to improve her career to 2-0-0.
- Rosenthal and Webster led the team with a +4 Ice Rating.
- Twelve skaters scored points for Ohio in the contest. Of those players he scored six multi-point his games.
- The Buckeyes have scored at least two power play goals in seven games this season. His performance of three power play goals on Friday marks the third time he has scored at least three of his PPGs this year when the team has scored at least three of his PPGs in one game.
- Ohio State’s 9-1 win over Lindenwood is the team’s largest margin of victory this year.
- The Buckeyes improve to 10-1-0 away this season with Friday’s win.
Total Shots: Ohio 125, Lindenwood 22
Number of shots: Ohio 70, Lindenwood 15
keep: Lindenwood (Ferenc) 61, Ohio (Kuntz) 14
Power play: Ohio 3-4, Lindenwood 0-3
Showdown: Ohio 41, Lindenwood 22
Ohio Scores: Gardiner (2-2-4), Rosenthal (2-1-3), Webster (2-1-3), Maltai (0-3-3), Brioni (1-1-2), Levi’s ( 1-1) -2), Hauswirth (1-0-1), Bernard (0-1-1), Hartmetz (0-1-1), Jacques (0-1-1), Moreau (0-1) -1), Pechel (0-1-1)
The Buckeyes will conclude 2022 with Game 2 against Lindenwood at 3:10 p.m. Saturday at the Sentane Community Ice Center. Games are streamed in FloHockey ($).