New Trier rides third-period scoring binge past rival Loyola

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New Trier (12-2-2) scored three goals in a two-minute span in the third period to break open the game and earn a victory against rival Loyola (6-4-3) in Game 1 of the Quadheader in Winnetka.


Late in the first period with the score was tied 1-1, New Trier sophomore forward Johanna Glasser was called for a minor penalty and sent to the box. While on the penalty kill, freshman Tay Munson took the puck down ice and scored with 3.8 seconds left in the period to give the Trevians a 2-1 lead.


Senior forward Jackie Kingdom recorded the first of the three goals in the third with 4:39 left to play. She added assists on the next two goals to finish with four points on the night.


Loyola outshot New Trier 23-19. New Trier made the most of its nine shot attempts in the third period. The Trevians’ penalty kill unit successfully stopped all four of Loyola’s power plays.


“They’re all fired up. They got excited. You know, we tied Loyola last time we played and we should have beaten them.” — New Trier assistant coach Lenny Munson on scoring with 3.8 seconds left in the first.

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