Drew Miller, just as he was last night, was the star as he bagged a hat trick in this game after having a goal and three assists on Friday.
UAF grabbed the early lead when the Nanooks Kelly Czuy slipped one past Jeff Lerg to put the Nanooks ahead 1-0.
Chris Mueller then scored for MSU just moments later from the slot to tie the game a 1-1.
Drew Miller then changed momentum for MSU when he scored a short-handed goal. With UAF on the power play, they turned it over and Chris Mueller, who has played well lately, picked it up and started a 2 on 1 rush for MSU. Mueller then fed Miller who found the net to give MSU a 2-1 lead, which is how the first period ended.
The second period saw Ethan Graham of MSU extend MSU's lead to 3-1 with a beautiful slap shot after he was trailing the play.
Aaron Lee of UAF cut the lead to 3-2 when he beat MSU goalie Jeff Lerg low glove side.
Just seconds later, David Booth deked a defensemen and wristed a shot past UAF goalie Wylie Rogers to put MSU up 4-2.
Drew Miller then stole the puck and raced to the net with Jim McKenzie who gave him a return feed. After Miller's intial shot was blocked, he put the rebound home to give MSU a 5-2, which was the score as the second period ended.
Aaron Lee of UAF scored his second goal of the night in the 3rd period to cut MSU's lead to 5-3 when he sent home a rebound off a kick save.
Corey Potter then gave MSU some breathing room when sent home a high glove side shot into the net to give MSU a 6-3 lead.
Braden Wells then scored for UAF to cut the lead to 6-4 when he threw a shot on net that Jeff Lerg got a piece of, but it fell behind him, and across the line for a Nanook goal.
Drew Miller closed out the scoring with another goal to give the Spartans the 7-4 victory.
MSU, now 22-11-8, will face Michigan next as the 'Road to The Joe' continues for MSU. Faceoff is scheduled for 8pm next Friday night.
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