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Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. Lake Superior State Lakers Recap

The terrific game between the Notre Dame Fighting Irish and the Lake Superior State Lakers started off with a bang, the crowds were definitely pleased to see their favorite teams play and the Compton Family Ice Arena had a full house, the match was exiting till the finish, unfortunately the Lake Superior State Lakers lost to their rival team the Notre Dame Fighting Irish by 5-3 margin, what a scintillating match it was indeed. Gordon Defiel the freshman net minder was perhaps the star player for this game as he came up with 36 saves in the match, thus leading the team to a jubilant victory.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. TBD Recap

Football was not the only sport fans of the Fighting Irish were cheering this weekend as Notre Dame hosted the 2014 Ice Breaker Tournament at the Compton Family Ice Arena. After losing their first game to Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute of New York by a score of 3-2, the Irish Icemen were looking to get into the win column against the number one ranked team in the country, the University of Minnesota at Duluth. The scoring started early for Minnesota as Tony Cameranesi scored at 7:40 of the 1st period on a power play. The second period saw more scoring for Minnesota as goals were scored by Alex Iafallo at 6:52 and Dominic Toninato at 19:24. While Notre Dame held Minnesota-Duluth scoreless in the third period, they did not find their way to the back of Minnesota's net during the whole game. Cal Peterson played in his first ever college game and had 26 saves in a losing effort. Opposing goalie Matt McNeely stopped all 23 shots he faced as his team improved 2-0. With the loss, Notre Dame fell to 0-2.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish vs. North Carolina Tar Heels Recap

On Saturday October 11th the 6th ranked 5-0 Notre Dame Fighting Irish hosted the 2-3 North Carolina Tar Heels in what ended up being a very close and high scoring game. UNC shocked the Irish taking a quick 14-0 lead after a 29 yard interception return from Jeff Schoettmer and a 6 yard td run by Elija Hood. Notre Dame stole the momentum right back scoring 21 unanswered, the first of which was a Everett Golson to William Fuller 13 yard touchdown pass. The teams combined for 35 points in the 2nd quarter and the halftime score was ND 28 UNC 26. That wasn't all the scoring though as 5 more touchdowns were scored in the 2nd half.
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