The University of North Dakota entertains Harvard University at Ralph Engelstad Arena this weekend.
Game Times: 7:37 pm Friday and 7:07 pm Saturday.
Television: TV: Fighting Sioux Sports Network,FoxCollege Sports Central, DirecTV (Ch. 617).
Radio: The games can be heard at 96.1 the Fox.
Tickets: There are still tickets available for this series according to the UND Ticket Site.
Records and Rankings: UND – 9-8-1 overall, 7-7-0 WCHA; Ranked 18th in the USCHO poll.North Dakota was idle this past weekend.
Harvard 4-3-3 overall, 3-3-2 ECAC; Unranked in the latest USCHO poll. Harvard was idle this past weekend.
Series History: UND is 3-1-0 against Harvard and swept the Crimson at Harvard (10-1, 4-3) in 2008.
Players to Watch:
For UND: Forwards Danny Kristo (9g-11a—20pts), Corbin Knight (6g-15a—21) and Brock Nelson (14g-8a—22pts). Goaltenders Aaron Dell .895 save percentage and a 2.80 goals against average. Brad Eidsness .918 save percentage and 2.43 goals against average.
For the Crimson: Defenseman Danny Biega (3g-11a—14pts), Patrick NcNally (3g-9a—12pts), Forwards Alex Killom (6g-6a—12pts), Alex Fallstrom (3g-6a—9pts). Goaltender Steve Michalek 4-2-2 .898 save percentage 3.10 goals against average.
1 – Aaron Dell has one shutout so far this season.
2 – Harvard’s Dany Biega is second in the nation for points per game by a defenseman.
2 – Harvard’s Patrick NcNally is second in the nation for points per game by a rookie.
7 – UND has 7 conference wins so far this season.
8 – Harvard has 8 conference points so far this season.
9 – UND has 9 wins over all so far this season.
9 – Brock Nelson has 9 power play goals for UND to lead the nation.
10 – The Harvard Crimson have played “only” 10 games so far this season.
11 – Harvard’s Dany Biega with 10 assists is leading the nation in assists per game with 1.40.
14 – UND has 14 conference points so far this season.
22 – UND is ranked 2nd in the Pairwise Rankings.
25 – Harvard is ranked 25th in the Pairwise Rankings
Other games in the WCHA: Minnesota State vs. USDT U18 team (Friday), Michigan Tech vs. Michigan State on (Thursday) and Michigan/Boston College (Friday) at Great Lakes Invitational, Minnesota vs. Niagara (Friday) and Northeastern/Princeton (Saturday) in Mariucci Classic, Denver vs. Union (Friday), Denver at Air Force (Saturday), Bowling Green at Bemidji State, Colorado College vs. Air Force (Friday) Union at Colorado College (Saturday), Quinnipiac vs. Nebraska Omaha, Western Michigan vs. Saint Cloud.