This Week in Falcon Hockey History – 1/19-1/25

By January 19, 2014 September 25th, 2015 Other News

The Falcon icers enjoyed an off week as they prepare to welcome the Lakers this weekend. Let’s take a look at this edition of “This Week.”

Knocking Off the (Eventual) Champs

1/21/94 — Jeff Wells’ game winner with 7:01 left in regulation gives the Falcons a 5-4 victory over No. 3 Lake Superior at the Ice Arena.  The Lakers build a 3-1 first-period advantage, but BG battles back with the game’s next three goals.  The win gives the Brown and Orange a season series victory over the eventual NCAA champions.

Different Stick, Same Result

1/22/83 — Just two weeks after taking a two-game series from Michigan State for the first time in school history, BG completes a sweep of Northern Michigan, 7-6 in overtime, and uses the wins to share No. 1-team-in-the-nation honors with Minnesota.  George Roll sends the game into overtime with six seconds left in regulation.  Garry Galley appears to win the game for BG four minutes into overtime; however, the goal is disallowed for his using an illegal stick. Just 2:48 after serving his penalty, Galley scores again.  Again the Wildcats ask the officials to check the curvature of the stick, but this time it passes inspection.

All snippets from “This Week in Falcon Hockey History” come courtesy of the BGSU Hockey Media Guide.

Drew Evans

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Drew is a co-founder and the editor for When he's not in the press box he makes (legal) drugs at a northwest Ohio compounding pharmacy. Drew is entering his eighth season covering Falcon hockey and has been a fan of the program since his time as a student beginning in 2003. He can be reached on Twitter @BGSUHockeySite and by e-mail at