No. 7 ranked Denver had a slow start offensively, but they rebounded to score five goals over the final two periods as they defeated No. 12 UMass-Lowell by a score of 5-1 on Friday night. Daniel Doremus led the way for Denver as he scored a pair of goals. His first goal was an even-strength goal midway through the second period, and his second goal was the final tally for Denver.
Denver was two of three on their power play while they were able to kill three of UMass-Lowell's four power plays.
Not to be outdone, Denver goalie Sam Brittain had a great game, stopping 29 shots. UMass-Lowell had a lot more chances offensively then Denver with 38 shots on goal. Denver had just 33 shots on goal, but five of them got past UMass-Lowell starting goalie Connor Hellebuyck.
Up next for Denver is a home game against Air Force on Saturday.