Pregame: Gophers hockey vs. Bemidji State (Saturday)

Drew Claussen

No. 2 Gophers vs. Bemidji State
7 p.m. 
Mariucci Arena 
TV: FSN, Radio: ESPN 1500 AM

Minnesota lines
Kyle Rau – Nick Bjugstad – Christian Isackson 
Nate Condon – Erik Haula – Zach Budish 
Tom Serratore – Travis Boyd – Seth Ambroz 
Jake Parenteau – A.J. Michaelson – Justin Holl

Brady Skjei – Nate Schmidt 
Seth Helgeson – Ben Marshall 
Mike Reilly – Mark Alt

Adam Wilcox
Michael Shibrowski
Ryan Coyne

Bemidji State lines
Jordan George – Aaron McLeod – Ben Kinne
Brance Orban – Jeff Jubinville – Phil Brewer 
Radoslav Illo – Cory Ward – Danny Mattson
Markus Gerbrandt – Mitch Cain – Brad Robbins 

Jake Areshenko – Brady Wacker
Matt Prapavessis – Graeme McCormack 
Sam Rendle – Sam Windle 

Andrew Walsh 
Mathieu Dugas 

Notes

Read my gamer from last night's 2-1 OT win here

Minnesota picked up its first overtime win of the season last night in its sixth contest. It was the first overtime win for the Gophers since they beat Colorado College in the 2008 WCHA Final Five semifinal. 

Nobody in a Gophers sweater saw the inside of the penalty box last night. The last time Minnesota didn't take a penalty in a game was also against the Beavers last season. 

Does it seem like Kyle Rau has picked up a lot of game-winning goals this year? That's because he has. The sophomore forward leads the nation with seven game winners this season. He has 15 goals and 23 assists this season. 

Adam Wilcox has a great shot at becoming Minnesota's best statistical freshman goaltender ever. With a win tonight Wilcox would tie Kellen Briggs for the Gophers' rookie wins record. Wilcox has a 24-6-5 record this season and is tied for the national lead in wins, he leads the WCHA with a 1.81 GAA. 

For live updates from tonight's game follow @DailyontheIce on Twitter.

Last night's WCHA scores

Alaska Anchorage 1 St. Cloud State 6
Michigan Tech 3 North Dakota 5
Minnesota-Duluth 1 Wisconsin 3
Colorado College 3 Denver 5
Omaha 3 Minnesota State 4 (OT)