Meanwhile, up north, Kyle Greentree is absolutely lighting it up for the UAF Nanooks. He pocketed two goals and an assist in Friday night's 4-3 win over Bowling Green.
That gives him 14-11--25 totals in 15 games, which ranks him first in the nation in goals per game (.93) and tied for fourth in the nation in points per game (1.67). Greentree's eight power-play goals are second in the nation. Looks like the junior winger is on his way to leading the Nanooks in scoring for the third straight season. And with 34-50--84 totals in 91 career games, he has a good chance of joining the Century Club this season for 100 or more career points.