Beat on Scheel all you want, but what was missing from last night's game was offensive puck possession. You lose that battle against a team like Duluth and you are going to spend too much time chasing, then you hand the opponent too many quality opportunities. Our zone entry and puck possession in the second and third periods was a couple of notches below lackluster. Get down a couple of goals and pinch too much, bang...breakaway. Perfect recipe for a "L". Those breakaway goals are not on Scheel, including the shortie (bad PP puck management). To come out on top against a team like this UND HAS TO figure out zone entry. The dogs made an adjustment on the blue line at the start of the second, and it killed our possession time. We did not adjust, and we could not overcome the momentum flip of that shorhander. Certainly Scheel let in a couple he'd like to have back, and I'm sure he had a nightmare about the one that went in his glove and bounced out, but this loss is not entirely on him. It was a team loss. Coaching, execution, and mentally...UND was outworked. Reload, bring in Tychonic...and be relentless on the puck. No space, no time, and win the races.