3/29 Recap: Fasching chips in

Written By Kris Baker on Sunday, March 30, 2014 | 3/30/2014

Hudson Fasching scored from the edge of the crease Saturday as Minnesota advanced to the NCAA Tournament West Regional Final with a 7-3 victory over Robert Morris. Fasching's marker, which snapped a personal six-game goal drought, gives the freshman winger 29 points (13+16) in 37 games. The Gophers will take on St. Cloud State on Sunday for a spot in the 2014 Frozen Four.



In other tourney action, Anthony Florentino saw his freshman season come to an end as Providence was defeated by Union 3-1 in the East Regional Final. Florentino finishes the year with five goals and 11 points, while leading all Friars rearguards with a plus-12 rating.

In the USHL, Judd Peterson scored the game winning goal as Cedar Rapids got past Youngstown 4-1. The tally, Peterson's first since Jan. 29, gives the St. Cloud State commit 16 goals and 30 points in 45 games.

Connor Hurley notched an assist as Green Bay defeated Team USA 4-1. The Minnesota native has 33 points (9+24) in 32 games since being dealt to GB, with 14 of his 24 assists coming on the power play.

Cal Petersen served as backup for the second straight night as Waterloo edged Sioux Falls 4-3 in overtime. The Notre Dame commit has won just two of his last 10 starts for the Black Hawks, who clinched the top spot in the Western Conference by getting at least one point on Saturday.

In the ECHL, Colin Jacobs contributed four shots on goal as Elmira was doubled by Reading 6-3. The first year pro has two goals in 13 coast league appearances.

Shawn Szydlowski finished with a minus-two rating as Fort Wayne lost in overtime 3-2 at South Carolina.

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