Notre Dame stuns MI hockey with game-winner in final 6 seconds

Georgia Reed
April 8, 2018

MI freshman forward Michael Pastujov tied the game at three with 5:22 remaining before Irish senior Jake Evans scored his second of the game in the final seconds of the Frozen Four matchup at Xcel Energy Center in St. Paul, Minnesota.

For anyone who followed the NCAA women's basketball tournament, this will sound familiar: Notre Dame won a trip to the NCAA championship with a dramatic last-second game-winner.

Notre Dame's Jake Evans jumps into the arms of his teammates after scoring against MI.

Avery Peterson (11) and Jared Thomas (22) of Minnesota Duluth keep the puck out of reach of Alec Mahalak (6) of Miami at Amsoil Arena on February 16. The Irish beat Michigan Tech in overtime in the first round of the tournament before beating Providence 2-1 on a goal at the 19:33 mark in the third period.

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The Wolverines had a 2-0 lead early in the secon dperiod, but it was erased right away after two goals in 3:39 for the Irish (28-9-2). Jordan Gross had two assists. The Irish will represent the Big Ten in the title game in their first season as a member of the conference.

Everything had to line up perfectly for Notre Dame to eschew overtime, and it did. It was his team-leading 25th goal.

Notre Dame defeated MI 4-3 in the second semifinal with a thrilling finish, scoring the winning goal with five seconds remaining.

Moments later, Evans' one-timer beat Hayden Lavigne to tie the game.

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