Article by Matt Mackinder / Courtesy USCHO.com
Wayne State took a 1-0 lead into the last half of the third period against Sacred Heart Friday night, but surrendered two late goals and lost, 2-1, before 469 fans at the Michigan State Fairgrounds Coliseum.
Making the game all the more frustrating for Wayne State was the temperature inside the Coliseum. The heat was apparently turned off and the locker rooms had to be warmed with space heaters.
In any event, David Jarman's first collegiate goal proved to be the winner as the fourth liner crashed the net and knocked home a rebound at 15:32 of the third period.
"We do a lot of the dirty work on the fourth line," said Jarman, clutching the puck. "(Peter) Ferraro put a shot on net and it went off the goalie and I was there for the rebound. Definitely my biggest goal I've ever scored. They get more special each level you move up."
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