Walker’s goal forces OT, helps St. Cloud beat 5th-ranked Duluth

January 9, 2021

Nolan Walker

Anchorage’s Nolan Walker buried the tying goal late in the third period to force overtime and help St. Cloud State beat nationally ranked Minnesota Duluth 4-3.

It was his second point of the game and the second time this season he’s produced multiple points in a single game.

Walker cleaned up a rebound in the crease after the puck scooted between the legs of the Minnesota goalie.

There was a massive scrum in front of the net, but the Alaskan somehow found a way to tie the game with 1:01 left in regulation.

Walker assisted on a goal in the final minute of the first period that gave the Huskies a 2-0 lead. This was his 11th career multi-point game as he inched closer to the 50-point benchmark.

St. Cloud State improved to 27-5-3 since 2018 when Walker registers a point.