The MD2 Marquette University Golden Eagles hockey team once again proved their dominance on the ice with a 7-1 victory over the Northern Michigan University Wildcats on Saturday night. The Golden Eagles had a total of 55 shots on goal, while the Wildcats were only able to muster 27. The Golden Eagles powerplay was effective, converting on 1 of their 6 opportunities. The Wildcats powerplay was unable to find the back of the net, going 0 for 4.

The Golden Eagles were led by Sam Jablonsky, who had two goals in the game. Other goal scorers for the Golden Eagles included Ryan Kowalski, Tyler Kowalski, Michael Borkowski, and Tyler Anderson. The Wildcats were only able to find the back of the net once, with Kaleb Reynolds being credited with the goal.

The goaltending was solid for both sides, as Wildcats goalie Ethan Parraghi had 21 shots on goal and 26 saves, while Golden Eagles goalie Daniel Leger had 27 shots on goal and 26 saves.

The Golden Eagles have now won four consecutive games and are looking to continue their winning streak. With the victory, the Golden Eagles have improved their record to 7-1 and look to keep their momentum going into their next game.