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2015 Burgundy/White Game | Magness Arena

2015 Burgundy/White Game | Magness Arena

Team White 3, Team Burgundy 1
Team White put together a solid performance and pulled out a 3-1 victory over Team Burgundy at the University of Denver's Magness Arena.

Alex Tanguay opened the scoring late in the first period while Mikko Rantanen tallied in the second and Jack Skille found the back of the net in the third. Joey Hishon ended Team White's shutout bid with his goal for Team Burgundy at 17:28 of the final frame.

It was the first time that White had won consecutive scrimmages in the series since 2008 and 2009.

2014 Burgundy/White Game | Magness Arena

2014 Burgundy/White Game | Magness Arena

Team White 4, Team Burgundy 3
Matt Duchene scored the winning goal with 1:07 left to lift Team White past Team Burgundy 4-3 at the University of Denver's Magness Arena. Team White led 2-0 after the first period, but Team Burgundy scored three consecutive goals to get back into the game. Michael Schumacher tied the contest for Team White midway through the third period.

Dennis Everberg and Jarome Iginla also scored for Team White, while Tyson Barrie, Nathan MacKinnon and Andrew Aggozzino tallied for Team Burgundy.

2013 Burgundy/White Game | Air Force Academy

2013 Burgundy/White Game | Air Force Academy

Team Burgundy 3, Team White 1
Team Burgundy scored three times in a 6:13 span late in the second period and early in the third to defeat Team White 3-1 at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Colin Smith, Jamie McGinn and Brad Malone scored for Burgundy, while Bryan Lerg scored the only goal for Team White.

McGinn's tally was the game-winner, as he scored less than three minutes after Smith's goal gave Burgundy a 1-0 lead.

2011 Burgundy/White Game | Air Force Academy

2011 Burgundy/White Game | Air Force Academy

Team White 4, Team Burgundy 3
Team White rallied back from a 2-1 deficit heading into the third period to earn a 4-3 victory over Burgundy in front of a sold out crowd at Cadet Ice Arena at the Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. Seven different players scored in the contest, including a four-goal flurry in the third period.

Greg Mauldin had a goal and an assist (1g/1a) for Burgundy, but it was Erik Johnson of Team White who scored the game-winning goal at 11:09 of the third period.