Lancers' second-period flurry overcomes Stars

Lancers' second-period flurry overcomes Stars

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Saturday: Omaha 6, Lincoln 1.

What went wrong: Trailing 1-0 after the first period in Omaha, the Lancers scored four goals in the second period to take the lead, including a three-goal outburst in just over seven minutes to open the period. Ryan Lautenbach tied it 1 minute, 17 seconds into the period, and Luke Mobley scored unassisted to put the Lancers ahead less than two minutes later. Alexander Campbell scored at 7:06 to end the flurry, and Theo Thrun scored at 16:17 to make it 4-1. Logan Will added two goals in the third period.

What went right: Matthew Barbolini gave the Stars a 1-0 lead just over three minutes into the game on assists from Brock Bremer and Jacob Bauer. Goalie Jacob Mucitelli denied Omaha's Jack Jensen on a second-period penalty shot, one of his nine saves in relief of Connor Androlewicz.

Next: The Stars return to the Ice Box to host Sioux City at 7 p.m. Friday.

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The Stars have found success away from the confines of the Ice Box, with a 10-5-3 record and gathering 23 of their 38 points this season on the road.

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