University of North Dakota goalie Cam Johnson wrote himself in the Fighting Hawks’ record book Friday night in Ralph Engelstad Arena. The sophomore goaltender broke a longtime UND men’s hockey record as he ran his scoreless streak covering five games to 278 minutes, 38 seconds with his 1-0 shutout victory over the University of Alabama Huntsville in nonconference play. Johnson’s fourth consecutive shutout also ties the school mark in a row set by Gerald “Spike” Schultz in 1954. Schultz had 249 minutes 41 seconds of shutout goaltending in his streak covering four full games and part of a fifth. Johnson now has the second-longest shutout streak in NCAA Division I men’s hockey history, topped only by the streak of 375:01 set in 1993-94 by Lake Superior State’s Blaine Lacher. Johnson had 19 saves as UND outshot the Chargers 39-19. The game’s only goal was scored by UND senior Brent Chyzyk, his seventh of the season. The Fighting Hawks upped their record to 17-2-2, while the Chargers fell to 4-13-2. The teams meet again at 7:07 tonight in REA. Check out more photos from Russ Hons here.