Marian men's hockey shut out by Lake Forest

Nathan Walker brings the puck up ice.

LAKE FOREST, Ill. - Marian University men's hockey (9-7-3, 7-4-1 NCHA) was shutout for the fifth time this season falling to Lake Forest by a 2-0 final.

The Foresters would score once in the second period and once in the third period in a game that saw the Marian offense only managed 21 shots on goal.  Lake Forest finished with 35 shots on goal with junior Hunter Vorva (8-6-3) making 33 saves in goal for the Sabres.

Junior Brock Weston was able to pace the offense with four shots on goal.

On special teams, the Marian penalty kill continued their strong play fighting off three Forester power plays.  The Sabre power play, however, would be turned away on five opportunities.

Marian remains on the road traveling to Northland Friday, January 25 for a 7 p.m. puck drop.