Two Goals for Moulakelis not Enough, Team Falls 5-2

Two Goals for Moulakelis not Enough, Team Falls 5-2

MILWAUKEE, WIS. – The Trine NCAA men's hockey team pulled out to an early lead but fell to the Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) by the score of 5-2.

The Thunder scored the lone goal of the first period when freshman forward Niko Moulakelis (Prairie View, Ill.) took a pass from junior forward Chris Timm (Dublin, Calif.) and put it past the Raiders' goaltender. The goal was Moulakelis's second of the season. The Thunder took the 1-0 lead into the first intermission.

MSOE pulled ahead of the Thunder with two goals in the first 11 minutes of the second period. Trine got the equalizer in the 14th minute of the period, when Moulakelis scored his second goal of the evening. Freshman forward Max DiCicco (Howell, Mich.) and freshman defender Blake Robertson (South Lyon, Mich.) added assists on the goal.

The Raiders pulled away with three unanswered goals to finish the game with the 5-2 victory.
Sophomore Brett Young (Livonia, Mich.) got the start for the Thunder and finished the game with 44 saves, despite giving up the five goals.

Following the loss the Thunder fall to 4-13-2 overall and 0-10-2 in the NCHA. Their next game will take place at home on Friday, January 26 at 7 p.m. when they take on Finlandia University.

Men's Hockey Defeated by MSOE
February 10, 2018 Men's Hockey Defeated by MSOE
Thunder Fall to Foresters
February 3, 2018 Thunder Fall to Foresters
Thunder Storm Past Cougars
December 16, 2017 Thunder Storm Past Cougars
Men's Hockey Falls to Adrian
November 18, 2017 Men's Hockey Falls to Adrian
Thunder Fall to Bulldogs
November 17, 2017 Thunder Fall to Bulldogs
Thunder Rally to Tie Lions
November 11, 2017 Thunder Rally to Tie Lions
Men's Hockey Falls to Marian
November 3, 2017 Men's Hockey Falls to Marian
Stout Slips Past Trine
October 27, 2017 Stout Slips Past Trine