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Wed., Feb. 13 Concordia Wisconsin 3 UW-Stevens Point 3 Final - OT
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Concordia Wisconsin Falcons

UW-Stevens Point Pointers

Game Notes

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-The Concordia Wisconsin Falcons take on the visiting UW-Stevens Point Pointers in the final home game of the regular season for the Falcons.
-The Falcons secured themselves a Slaats Cup playoff spot last Saturday in their 7-0 rout of Finlandia. CUW got help from Adrian as they defeated St. Norbert, ensuring that at worst the Falcons would make the playoffs as the #6 seed. If the Falcons win out, they will secure the #4 seed.
-CUW has matched their regular season win record with 12, which the team set in 2014-15 and matched once before in 2017-18. The Falcons win record including postseason games is 13, which was set in 2010-11. The team has three more games to set new program win records.
-The opening round of the Slaats Cup playoffs will take place during the weekend of February 22-24. The top three seeds will have home-ice advantage.
-Should the Falcons secure the #4 seed they will play at the #3 seed. The #5 seed plays the #2, and the #6 plays the #1.
-This is the 19th meeting between Concordia Wisconsin and UW-Stevens Point in program history. The Falcons are 1-15-2 in the series. The one time the Falcons defeated the Pointers was on February 18, 2011, in a 6-1 victory.
-The most recent game between these two teams was on February 13, 2018, which the Falcons lost 3-1. Ally Hull had the lone goal for Concordia Wisconsin, with Jossa Danis assisting.
-Natasha Wanless is tied for second in the NCHA in goals with 14 on the season. She has three games left to catch the all-time Falcons program record of 17 goals in a season, set by Emily Heckendorf in 2014-15.
-Christina Pattengale has 11 wins in goal so far this season, tying her for the program record with Lea Jondal who set it in 2010-11.