Shots on Goal
Face Offs Won
LAKE FOREST, Ill.- For the second straight night, an empty net score by CUW put the game out of reach as the Falcons skated to their fourth consecutive win.
A power play goal by the Falcons' Dan Schilts was the only score of the first period.
The Foresters tied the game on a power play goal of their own by Roberto Caparelli midway through the second session.
Concordia had an 8-7 advantage in shots on goal in the opening period and a 13-7 edge in the second to account for an overall 30-24 advantage.
CUW is now 4-3-0 overall and 4-2-0 in the league while the Foresters fell to 1-4-0 overall and 1-3-0 in Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association play