The Nanooks sweep the Ferris State Bulldogs

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The Alaska Nanooks hockey program grabbed their first series sweep of the season when they rocked the Ferris State Bulldogs with their hard hitting offense.
Steven Jandric hit the game winner 21 seconds into the overtime, as Jandric received the pass from Kylar Hope with no defense in front of him.
Jandric was able to score, and give the Nanooks their 4-3 victory over the Bulldogs.
However, this game did not start on the right foot, as Jandric, the hero of this game, got hit with a penalty with in the first 30 seconds of the match.
Max Newton got the scoring going early in the second period, but Ferris State answered back 2 minutes later.
Then Tristan Thompson scored to put Alaska up 2-1, while the Bulldogs closed the gap on a power play later on in the second.
Newton scored once again in the third, but the Bulldogs tied it up to force OT.
Jandric scored the game winner, and that momentum carried into Game 2.
That's where the Nanooks secured the sweep winning 6-2 over their WCHA foes, and their special teams came alive.
The Nooks got 2 goals from Kyle Marino and Tristan Thompson, and another one later on from Steven Jandric to put Alaska up 3-1.
Max Newton scored his third goal of the series, and the final frame saw the Bulldogs score a short hander, while Kylar Hope and Chad Staley got 2 more goals for the Nooks.
The Nanooks now sit at 4-5-1-1 with 14 points, staking them in sole place of fifth in the conference.
Their next series is against the Lake Superior State Lakers starting on December 7 at the Carlson Center.