CBA took its first lead early in the second period when Zack Robinson knocked in a rebound off Andrew Sellner's drive. Patrick Raike then gave the Brothers a two-goal lead when he intercepted Lanne's clearing attempt just outside the crease and shot it by the freshman.
The Jets closed the deficit to 4-3 early in the third period when senior John Kyratzis tipped Andy Kelly's blast from the blue line past Hans, but Boland tallied on a rebound less than three minutes later to give the Brothers some breathing room.
Hans only stopped six of the nine shots he faced, but it was good enough to give CBA the victory.
"Tonight, we gave Hans the opportunity to play, and he made some good stops," said Kuhl. "He struggled with a few, but he got the job done."
Hudak said his team's effort was one of the best it's had against an upper-tier CDHSHL team.
"We're really proud of the way we played tonight, and the kids know that this was a respectable loss," he said. "They never quit tonight. They gave it their all.""