An early goal by Joe Benik put the Huskies up 1-0, but after that it was all RedHawks. Miami hit two posts, and finished leading in shots, 9-6. If they can keep up the kind of pressure they had for the second half of the period, you feel like something will go in. But Ryan Faragher has been great in net for St. Cloud, so Miami might need to look for a garbage goal if they want to get back in this. Miami is 3-4-3 when trailing after the first period this season.
Miami trails St. Cloud State 1-0 after first period