WMU hockey makes it back-to-back sweeps, bull-rushes Niagara
KALAMAZOO, Mich (NEWSCHANNEL 3) - Trevor Gorsuch has been exceptional since WMU turned to him as their number one goaltender just prior to the Omaha series.
And while he's played very well in that stretch, Gorsuch didn't have to be as good Saturday night, because his offense had the game wrapped up by the time 20 minutes were over.
Using a four-goal first period, Western Michigan crushed Niagara 7-3 en route to its second straight series sweep.
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