NCAA/USHS Game Results

  • 1 week 2 days ago

    Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks 1 @ #2 St. Cloud State Huskies 7

    D Nick Perbix, STC: 0-2-2, +2, 0 PIM, 4 SOG
    Season Totals: 16 GP, 1-8-9, +12, 6 PIM

    Bolt prospect Nick Perbix notched a pair of 2nd period assists as part of a 3-goal period that broke open a 1-1 game for the Huskies Saturday night. St. Cloud added three more 3rd period goals, putting the touchdown up on the scoreboard for the home fans. Kings prospect David Hrenak (LAK, 2018 5th round pick) made 20 saves and the #2 ranked Huskies were led by two goals from Blake Lizotte (undrafted) and a goal and an assist from Patrick Newell (undrafted). The Huskies improve to 13-1-2 (6-0-2 NCHC) and play next on Dec 27 in an exhibition against the USA U18 NTDP team.

    #4 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 1 @ Western Michigan Broncos 1 OT

    F Cole Koepke, UMD: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season Totals: 16 GP, 2-7-9, +7, 4 PIM

    A night after upsetting the #4 ranked Bulldogs, WMU battles UMD to a 1-1 draw at the Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo Saturday night. Blues prospect Hugh McGing (STL, 2018 5th round pick) scored for the Broncos for the second straight night, and then potted the only goal in the shootout. Trevor Gorsuch (undrafted) backstopped 38 saves, plus three more in the shootout for WMU. Lightning prospect Cole Koepke failed to convert in the shootout for UMD. The Bulldogs enter the December break with a 10-4-2 (4-3-1 NCHC) and return to action next at the Desert Hockey Classic in Glendale Dec 28-29 against #3 Minnesota State and then either #19 Arizona State or #16 Clarkson.

    #6 Denver Pioneers 2 @ #14 North Dakota Fighting Hawks 1 OT

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 0-0-0, +1, 2 PIM, 1 SOG, 4/8 FO
    Season Totals: 14 GP, 7-4-11, +10, 8 PIM

    Jarid Lukosevicius (undrafted) scored at 4:39 of overtime as the Pioneers split the weekend series against North Dakota. Senators 1st rounder Jacob Bernard-Docker (OTT, 2018 1st round pick) scored for the Fighting Hawks with less than three minutes left in regulation to force the extra session, after Jaakko Heikkinen (undrafted) gave the Pioneers the early 1-0 lead just 1:10 into the contest. Red Wings prospect Filip Larsson (DET, 2016 6th round pick) made 32 saves for Denver for the victory. The Pioneers improve to 8-4-2 (4-4 NCHC) and hit the road after Christmas with their first stop Dec 28 in North Andover for a non-conference match against Merrimack.

    Minnesota Gophers 4 @ #15 Michigan Wolverines 3

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: 0-0-0, -1, 2 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals: 12 GP, 0-1-1, -2, 2 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG, 0/9 FO
    Season Totals: 15 GP, 4-7-11, +8, 6 PIM

    The Gophers got a pair of third period goals Saturday night from Tyler Sheehy (undrafted) and Ducks prospect Brent Gates (ANA, 2015 3rd round pick) to erase a 3-2 deficit and earn their first win since Nov 23. UMN goalie Mat Robson (undrafted) made 50 saves for a total of 86 Wolverine shots over the weekend series. The Gophers improve to 5-6-4 (3-2-3 B1G) and break until Dec 28 when they return to action against Ferris State.

    Boston University Terriers 5 @ UMass-Lowell River Hawks 2

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 6 SOG, 1/3 FO
    Season Totals: 12 GP, 6-6-12, +4, 2 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 36 GP, 9-16-25, -2, 26 PIM

    BU storms back Saturday night to split the home-and-home series with the River Hawks. The Terriers got a pair of goals each from Bobo Carpenter (undrafted) and Avalanche prospect Shane Bowers (OTT, 2017 1st round pick). UML drops to 8-7-1 (4-4-1 HEAST) and breaks until Dec 29th when Bolt prospects Ryan Lohin and Cole Guttman square off in a UML vs #6 Denver match at the Tsongas Center.

    Dartmouth Big Green 0 @ New Hampshire Wildcats 4

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: did not play
    Season Totals: 5 GP, 1-2-1, 3.06 GAA, 0.886 SV%

    Wildcats goalie Mike Robinson (SJS, 2015 3rd round pick) pitched a 30-save shutout of the Big Green as New Hampshire put together its first back-to-back wins of the season. UNH got a pair of goals and an assist from Senators prospect Angus Crookshank (OTT, 2018 5th round pick) and a goal and three assists from Liam Blackburn (undrafted). New Hampshire improves to 4-7-5 (1-4-3 HEAST) and break until Dec 30th when the play Bentley.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 1 week 3 days ago

    Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks 0 @ #2 St. Cloud State Huskies 2

    D Nick Perbix, STC: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season Totals: 15 GP, 1-6-7, +10, 6 PIM

    Kings prospect David Hrenak (LAK, 2018 5th round pick) pitched a 18-save shutout Friday night and the #2 ranked Huskies got goals from Jack Poehling (undrafted) and Jimmy Schuldt (unranked) as St. Cloud blanked the unranked Mavericks in NCHC conference action. The Huskies improve to 12-1-2 (6-0-2 NCHC) and prepare for the rematch against UNO Saturday night.

    #4 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 2 @ Western Michigan Broncos 3

    F Cole Koepke, UMD: 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals: 15 GP, 2-7-9, +8, 4 PIM

    The unranked Broncos upset the #4 ranked Bulldogs at home at the Lawson Ice Arena in Kalamazoo with a pair of 3rd period goals to overcome a 2-1 deficit. It marks the first two-game losing streak for UMD on the season after losing to North Dakota last Saturday night. Bolt prospect Cole Koepke helped set up a Justin Richards (undrafted) marker late in the 2nd period to give the Bulldogs the 2-1 lead heading into the second intermission. But Western got goals from Blues prospect Hugh McGing (STL, 2018 5th round pick) and Colt Conrad (undrafted) in the 3rd while Trevor Gorsuch (undrafted) made 14 saves in the final frame to preserve the win. UMD falls to 10-4-1 (4-3 NCHC) and looks to split the weekend series with WMU Saturday night in NCHC conference action.

    #6 Denver Pioneers 1 @ #14 North Dakota Fighting Hawks 4

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG, 8/14 FO
    Season Totals: 13 GP, 7-4-11, +9, 6 PIM

    North Dakota fired just 15 shots at Pioneer goalie Devin Cooley (undrafted), scoring twice in the 1st and again early in the 3rd to build a 3-0 lead. The Fighting Hawks were led by Mark Senden (undrafted) and Colton Poolman (undrafted), who each notched a goal and an assist. UND netminder Adam Scheel (undrafted) turned aside 21 Denver shots for the team’s second straight win. Denver drops to 7-4-2 (3-4 NCHC), winners of only two games in their past seven as they’ve ran the gauntlet against all ranked opponents in St. Cloud, UMD, Providence, and now UND. Denver hopes to split the weekend series Saturday night against this same North Dakota team.

    Minnesota Gophers 2 @ #15 Michigan Wolverines 2 OT

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season Totals: 11 GP, 0-1-1, -1, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG, 2/8 FO
    Season Totals: 14 GP, 4-7-11, +9, 6 PIM

    After a pair of 2-2 draws last weekend against Ohio State, the Golden Gophers pick up Friday night where they left off, this time battling #15 ranked Michigan to a 2-2 tie. Lighting prospect Sammy Walker celebrated his naming to the USA World Juniors preliminary roster by opening the Gophers scoring with his 4th goal of the season just past the midpoint of the 2nd to knot the score at 1-1. Predators prospect Rem Pitlick (NAS, 2016 3rd round pick) gave Minnesota a 2-1 lead less than two minutes later, but the Wolverines managed the equalizer before the second intermission. UMN goalie Mat Robson (undrafted) made 36 saves, including 18 in a scoreless 3rd period to stave off the Michigan onslaught. The 4-6-4 (2-2-3 B1G) Gophers return to the Ann Arbor ice Saturday night, attempting to break a four-game winless streak.

    UMass-Lowell River Hawks 5 @ Boston University Terriers 3

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: 0-1-1, +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals: 11 GP, 6-6-12, +4, 2 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 36 GP, 9-16-25, -2, 26 PIM

    Red Wings prospect Seth Barton (DET, 2018 3rd round pick) and Charlie Levesque (undrafted) both scored in the 3rd to break open a 3-3 deadlock, securing the River Hawks’ 8th win of the season. Lightning prospect Ryan Lohin set up Anthony Baxter (undrafted) just past the game’s midpoint to give UML a 3-1 lead. Flyers 1st rounder Joe Farabee (PHI, 2018 1st round pick) assisted on all three of BU’s goals, and Chris Schutz (undrafted) led the River Hawks with a goal and an assist. UML improves to 8-6-1 (4-3-1 HEAST), winners of four of their last five, returns home Saturday night to the Tsongas Center for the back half of this home-and-home series.

    New Hampshire Wildcats 3 @ Dartmouth Big Green 2

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: W, 60:00 MINS, 2 GA, 25 SVS
    Season Totals: 5 GP, 1-2-1, 3.06 GAA, 0.886 SV%

    Bolt prospect Ty Taylor recorded his first collegiate win Friday night, a 25-save effort against the Big Green for UNH’s 3rd win. After UNH scored twice in the 1st, Dartmouth battled back to knot the score 2-2 in the 2nd. Joseph Cipollone (undrafted) scored what would be the game-winner for Taylor just past the midpoint of the 3rd. New Hampshire improves to 3-7-5 (1-4-3 HEAST) and look for the sweep Saturday night back at the Whittemore Center for part two of this weekend home-and-home series.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 2 weeks 2 days ago

    #1 St. Cloud State Huskies 4 @ Miami Redhawks 4 OT (Friday)
    #1 St. Cloud State Huskies 2 @ Miami Redhawks 2 OT (Saturday)

    D Nick Perbix, STC: 2 GP, 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM, 4 SOG
    Season Totals: 14 GP, 1-6-7, +10, 6 PIM

    St. Cloud never trailed in eight periods of road hockey this weekend, but victory eluded them like a slippery gremlin. Miami, however, rallied six times from one-goal deficits to avoid a pair of losses.

    On Friday night, the Redhawks rallied from one-goal deficits four times to eventually draw the top-ranked Huskies in the first of a two-game NCHC conference series. Lightning prospect Nick Perbix helped set up Robby Jackson (undrafted) for the opening goal just 1:08 into the contest. Jackson scored twice for St. Cloud and Patrick Newell (undrafted) added a goal and an assist to lead the Huskies offensively. On Saturday night, St. Cloud once again opened the scoring in the 1st, allowed the equalizer from Miami in the 2nd, and the two teams trading goals once again in the 3rd.

    St. Cloud’s season record now stands at 11-1-2 (4-0-2 NCHC) on the season after a pair of conference ties and looks ahead next weekend for a pair of conference games back home at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center against the University of Nebraska-Omaha.

    #15 North Dakota Fighting Hawks 0 @ #2 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 5 (Friday)
    #15 North Dakota Fighting Hawks 2 @ #2 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 1 (Saturday)

    F Cole Koepke, UMD: 2 GP, 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season Totals: 14 GP, 2-6-8, +8, 4 PIM

    The #2 Bulldogs split a pair of NCHC conference games with the visiting Fighting Hawks from North Dakota this weekend.

    On Friday night, Hunter Shepard (undrafted) pitched a 22-save shutout as UMD blanked North Dakota to open the weekend series. Bolt prospect Cole Koepke helped set up a Parker Mackay (undrafted) marker just 38 seconds into the 2nd period. Kobe Roth (undrafted) scored twice for the Bulldogs and both Mackay and Kings prospect Mikey Anderson (LAK, 2017 4th round pick) added a goal and an assist. On Saturday night, UND netminder Adam Scheel (undrafted) turned the tables, allowing just a one goal on 29 shots and Jordan Kawaguchi (undrafted), cousin of former Shark Devin Setoguchi, scored a goal and added an assist to spur the Fighting Hawks to victory.

    UMD’s record on the season now sits at 10-3-1 (4-2 NCHC) and heads to Kalamazoo next weekend for another NCHC conference series with Western Michigan.

    #16 Cornell Big Red 2 @ Dartmouth Big Green 3 (Friday)
    #16 Cornell Big Red 2 @ Harvard Crimson 1 (Saturday)

    D Alex Green, COR: 1 GP, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season Totals: 4 GP, 0-1-1, -4, 0 PIM

    Cornell split a pair of road Ivy League and ECAC conference games this weekend. Bolt prospect Alex Green missed his seventh straight game in Friday night’s loss to Dartmouth but returned to action Saturday night as the Big Red avenged last weekend’s home loss to Harvard.

    On Friday night, Jeff Malott scored a goal and added an assist in Cornell’s loss to the Big Green while Dartmouth goalie Adrian Clark (undrafted) rang up a 38-save performance. Saturday night, Big Red goalie Austin McGrath made 23 saves and Tristan Mullin led the way offensively for Cornell with a goal and an assist.

    Cornell enters the December break with a record of 6-5 (4-2 ECAC) on the season with their next games not coming until after the New Year when they hit the road for a pair of ECAC conference games against #19 Princeton and #9 Quinnipiac with hopes of a healthy Alex Green patrolling the Big Red blueline.

    Ohio State Buckeyes 2 @ Minnesota Gophers 2 OT (Friday)
    Ohio State Buckeyes 2 @ Minnesota Gophers 2 OT (Saturday)

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: 2 GP, 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season Totals: 10 GP, 0-1-1, -1, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 2 GP, 0-1-1, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG, 10/20 FO
    Season Totals: 13 GP, 3-7-10, +8, 6 PIM

    The struggling and unranked Gophers hosted the #5 ranked Buckeyes this weekend for a pair of Big Ten conference games and managed to stop the bleeding against a tough opponent. Lighting prospect Ryan Zuhlsdorf returned to action after missing three games to aid the Minnesota backline.

    On Friday night, the Gophers opened the scoring with Bolt prospect Sammy Walker setting up Ryan Norman (undrafted) for a short-handed tally. Ohio State rallied to take a 2-1 lead, but Predators prospect Rem Pitlick (NAS, 2016 3rd round pick) scored with just 41 seconds left in regulation to force OT. On Saturday night, the Gophers rallied from a 2-0 deficit to force OT once again, with Mat Robson (undrafted) dialing up a 43-save effort to preserve another tie.

    The 4-6-3 (2-2-2 B1G) Gophers hit the road next weekend for a pair of Big Ten conference games against #14 Michigan.

    #10 Providence Friars 1 @ New Hampshire Wildcats 1 OT (Friday)
    #10 Providence Friars 3 @ New Hampshire Wildcats 1 (Saturday)

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: did not play
    Season Totals: 4 GP, 0-2-1, 3.38 GAA, 0.874 SV%

    Bolt prospect Ty Taylor sat backup to Wildcats starter Mike Robinson (SJS, 2015 3rd round pick) in back-to-back games this weekend against #10 Providence. On Friday night, Robinson pitched a 32-save effort to draw the Friars 1-1, with only Flyers 2018 1st rounder Jay O’Brien solving the UNH netminder. Saturday night, O’Brien would light the lamp again along with two of his mates and hand the Wildcats their 7th loss of the season. New Hampshire’s record now stands at 2-7-5 (1-4-3 HEAST) with a home-and-home series against Dartmouth queued up for next weekend.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 3 weeks 1 day ago

    Rensselaer Engineers 2 @ UMass-Lowell River Hawks 5

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: 1-1-2, +2, 0 PIM, 11 SOG
    Season Totals: 10 GP, 6-5-11, +3, 2 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 36 GP, 9-16-25, -2, 26 PIM

    Turnabout is fair play as the old saying goes. After RPI rolled into the Tsongas Center and beat UML on Friday night, the River Hawks returned the favor Sunday afternoon at the Houston Field House in Troy, NY. Lightning prospect Ryan Lohin fired a game-high and career-high 11 shots (no one else had more than 4) and extended his point streak to six games with a goal and an assist in UML’s 5-2 drubbing of the Engineers. UML improves to 7-6-1 (3-3-1 HEAST) and takes next weekend off before another home-and-home series the weekend of Dec 7th against Boston University.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 3 weeks 1 day ago

    #9 Providence Friars 4 @ #7 Denver Pioneers 4 OT

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG, 9/13 FO, *Second Star*
    Season Totals: 12 GP, 7-4-11, +10, 6 PIM

    The freshmen stars shone Saturday night in the back half of the weekend series between the 9th ranked Friars and the 7th ranked Pioneers, with these two teams battling to a 4-4 draw. Golden Knight freshman prospect Jack Dugan opened the scoring early in the 1st for Providence, but Bolt prospect Cole Guttman struck back a scant 7 seconds later to knot the score at 1-1. It was Guttman’s 7th goal of the season and vaulted him as the sole goal scoring leader among NCAA Division I freshman. Guttman was 69% on draws and earned 2nd Star honors for the game. The Friars responded early in the 2nd with a pair of goals to take a 3-1 lead, the latter a power play marker by Kasper Bjorkqvist (PIT, 2016 2nd round pick) that was assisted by Dugan, who now leads all Div. I freshman in points (14) and power play points (7). But the resilient Denver squad battled back later in the 2nd, striking for a pair of power play goals of their own in the span of 42 seconds, the first of which tallied by Flames prospect Emilio Pettersen who leads Div. I freshmen in power play goals (4), power play points (7) and second only to Dugan in points (14). Both goalies would close the door in the last half of the game to preserve the tie with Friar netminder and Oiler prospect Hayden Hawkey (MTL, 2014 6th round pick) making 34 saves and Pioneer backstop and Red Wing prospect Filip Larsson totaling 42 saves. Denver’s season record now stands at 7-3-2 (3-3 NCHC), with the Pioneers taking next weekend off before hitting the road to Grand Forks Dec 7th for a two-game NCHC tilt against North Dakota.

    Harvard Crimson 4 vs #17 Cornell Big Red 1

    D Alex Green, COR: did not play
    Season Totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, -4, 0 PIM

    Bolt prospect Alex Green missed his sixth straight game Saturday night, absent from the Frozen Apple rival game between Harvard and Cornell at Madison Square Garden. After the Big Red got out to a 1-0 1st period lead, the Crimson snapped off the next four behind a pair of goals from Henry Bowlby (undrafted) and three assists from Casey Dornbach (undrafted). Dornback, former Edina high school captain and teammate of Bolt prospect Sammy Walker, leads all NCAA Div. I freshmen in power play assists (7), power play points (7), and second among freshmen in assists (10). Cornell drops to 5-4 (3-1 ECAC) on the season and looks ahead next weekend to a pair of road ECAC conference games against Dartmouth and a rematch against Harvard.

    Michigan State Spartans 4 @ Minnesota Gophers 2

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: did not play
    Season Totals: 8 GP, 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG, 4/9 FO
    Season Totals: 11 GP, 3-6-9, +9, 6 PIM

    Tyler Sheehy (undrafted) scored a pair of power play goals midway through the 2nd period to give the Gophers a 2-0 lead over the Spartans Saturday night in Big 10 conference play, but Michigan State stormed back with four straight, led by the undrafted Taro Hirose with a goal and a two assists. For Hirose, that’s good for 3rd in points (19) among all NCAA Division I men. Lightning prospect Ryan Zuhlsdorf missed his third consecutive game as Minnesota dropped to 4-6-1 (2-2 Big Ten) on the season. The road gets tougher next weekend for the struggling Gophers as they welcome 5th ranked Ohio State to the 3M Arena for a pair of Big 10 conference games.

    #19 Miami Redhawks 3 @ New Hampshire Wildcats 3 OT

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: did not play
    Season Totals: 4 GP, 0-2-1, 3.38 GAA, 0.874 SV%

    Bolt prospect Ty Taylor sat backup to Wildcats starter Mike Robinson (SJS, 2015 3rd round pick), who allowed just one goal and stopped 33 Redhawks shots as New Hampshire upset 19th ranked Miami. After a 1-0 start by the Redhawks, the Wildcats reeled off four unanswered for just their 2nd win of the season. New Hampshire’s record improves to 2-6-4 (1-3-2 HEAST) with a two-game series on the horizon next weekend in ECAC conference play against #9 Providence.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 3 weeks 3 days ago

    #9 Providence Friars 1 @ #7 Denver Pioneers 3

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG, 5/13 FO
    Season Totals: 11 GP, 6-4-10, +9, 6 PIM

    Denver goalie Devin Cooley (undrafted) made 39 saves as the #7 Pioneers fought off a tough 9th ranked Providence team. Denver was led offensively by Tyler Ward (undrafted), setting up Colin Staub (undrafted) on the power play in the 1st, and then scoring an insurance marker just past the midpoint of the 3rd to seal the Pioneer victory. The Pioneers improve to 8-2-2 (3-2-1 NCHC) on the season, and look for the sweep Saturday night in a rematch against the Friars.

    Michigan State Spartans 2 @ Minnesota Gophers 7

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: did not play
    Season Totals: 8 GP, 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 1-2-3, +3, 0 PIM, 1 SOG, 2/8 FO, *Third Star*
    Season Totals: 10 GP, 3-6-9, +9, 6 PIM

    Bolt prospect Sammy Walker extended his point streak to 4 games, notching his 3rd of the season and adding two assists en route to Third Star honors as the Gophers unleash a season of frustration on the hapless Spartans. Minnesota got a pair of goals from both Tyler Sheehy (undrafted) and Brannon McManus (undrafted), and Brent Gates (ANA, 2015 3rd round pick) added three assists. Don't look now but after a bit of a slow start, Walker is 2-4-6 in his last 3 games. Fellow Lightning prospect Ryan Zuhlsdorf missed his second straight game, leading to speculation he may have been injured in that first game last weekend against St. Lawrence. The Gophers improve to 4-5-1 (2-1 Big Ten) on the season and draw a rematch Saturday night against these Spartans.

    Rensselaer Engineers 2 @ UMass-Lowell River Hawks 1

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: 0-1-1, +1, 0 PIM, 6 SOG, 0/1 FO
    Season Totals: 9 GP, 5-4-9, +1, 2 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 36 GP, 9-16-25, -2, 26 PIM

    Will Reilly (PIT, 2017 7th round pick) scored in the first to give RPI an early 1-0 lead, and then setup Jakub Lacka (undrafted) in the 3rd for what would be the game-winner power play score as the Engineers bested the River Hawks at the Tsongas Center in Lowell. Lightning prospect Ryan Lohin fired a game-high 6 shots and extended his five game point streak, setting up Jon McDonald (undrafted) early in the 3rd for the 1-1 equalizer. UML drops to 6-6-1 (3-3-1 HEAST) on the season and travels to Troy, NY for the back half of this weekend home-and-home against RPI on Sunday afternoon.

    #19 Miami Redhawks 3 @ New Hampshire Wildcats 3 OT

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: T, 64:14 MINS, 3 GA, 25 SVS
    Season Totals: 4 GP, 0-2-1, 3.38 GAA, 0.874 SV%

    Bolt prospect Ty Taylor battled to a 3-3 draw against Miami netminder Ryan Larkin (undrafted) in this 3rd start for UNH on the season. Taylor maintained a 2-1 1st period lead until early in the 3rd when the Redhawks scored twice in the span of about 90 seconds to take a 3-2 lead. But Taylor shut the door from that point on, giving his team a chance to knot the score with 34 seconds left in the game to force overtime and eventually hold a 19th ranked Miami squad to a draw. Angus Crookshank (OTT, 2018 5th round pick) led UNH with a goal and an assist. It was the Wildcats fourth tie of the season, their record now at 1-6-4 (1-3-2 HEAST) on the season, and these same two teams tangle again Saturday night to complete the weekend non-conference series.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 4 weeks 1 day ago

    #1 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 0 @ #7 Denver Pioneers 2 (Friday)
    #1 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 4 @ #7 Denver Pioneers 3 OT (Saturday)

    F Cole Koepke, UMD: 2 GP, 1-0-1, +1, 2 PIM, 5 SOG
    Season Totals: 12 GP, 2-5-7, +8, 4 PIM

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 2 GP, 1-0-1, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG, 4/10 FO
    Season Totals: 10 GP, 6-4-10, +9, 6 PIM

    A week after dropping a pair of 4-3 heartbreakers to #2 St. Cloud State, Denver hosted #1 Minnesota-Duluth this weekend along with their 8-game winning streak in a powerhouse NCHC conference showdown, or better known in Lightning Land as the Battle of the Coles.

    On Friday night, the Pioneers shutout the nation’s best team behind a 38-save performance by Devin Cooley (undrafted). The Bulldogs held the Denver offense to a scant 14 shots, but the difference was a 2nd period power play marker by future Blackhawk blueliner Ian Mitchell (CHI, 2017 2nd round pick).

    On Saturday night, Bolt prospect Cole Koepke scored the OT game-winner to hand the Pioneers yet another 4-3 loss. The other Lightning Cole – Cole Guttman – opened the scoring just 3 minutes into the contest in what would be the start of a 3-0 Denver lead. After two frames, Cooley’s shutout of the top-ranked Bulldogs would climb to 62 saves and 5 periods of hockey in the two nights, but UMD would unleash 20 shots in the 3rd period, throwing everything at Denver to avoid the weekend sweep. The Bulldogs would score thrice in the 3rd behind one goal and one assist performances by Nick Swaney (MIN, 2017 7th round pick) and Scott Perunovich (STL, 2018 2nd round pick), including a Perunovich tally with 1 second left in the game to knot the score and force a heartbreaking extra session for the Pioneers. Theatrics indeed. Cooley would make 41-saves in the game, but skate off the ice splitting the weekend series with UMD after making a total of 79 saves in the two games. Such is the life in the NCHC.

    UMD improves to 9-2-1 (3-1 NCHC) and takes the holiday weekend off before conference rivals #11 North Dakota visits Amsoil Arena Nov 30 and Dec 1st for a weekend tilt against the #1 Bulldogs. For the now 7-2-2 (3-2-1 NCHC) Denver Pioneers, #9 Providence rolls into the Mile High City next weekend for a post-Thanksgiving non-conference series. Guttman continues to lead the nation in freshman scoring with 6 goals, sharing the lead with Providence freshman and Golden Knight prospect Jack Dugan and undrafted 19 year-old Quinnipiac freshman Wyatt Bongiovanni.

    Bemidji State Beavers 0 @ #2 St. Cloud State Huskies 2 (Friday)
    Bemidji State Beavers 4 @ #2 St. Cloud State Huskies 7 (Saturday)

    D Nick Perbix, STC: 2 GP, 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals: 12 GP, 1-4-5, +11, 6 PIM

    On Friday night, Huskies netminder Jeff Smith (undrafted) backstopped a 32-save shutout of the visiting Beavers to give St. Cloud State its 10th win of the season. On Saturday night, however, these same two teams combined for 11 goals in a high scoring affair that resulted in 7-4 decision in favor of the Huskies. The St. Cloud offense was paced by two-goal performances from Jimmy Schuldt (undrafted) and Kevin Fitzgerald (undrafted), and a three-point night from Patrick Newell (undrafted). The Huskies improve to 11-1 (4-0 NCHC) on the season and take the holiday weekend off before traveling to Oxford for a weekend series starting Nov 30th against #20 Miami (Ohio).

    #14 Quinnipiac Bobcats 4 @ #17 Cornell Big Red 2 (Friday)
    #15 Princeton Tigers 1 @ #17 Cornell Big Red 5 (Saturday)

    D Alex Green, COR: did not play
    Season Totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, -4, 0 PIM

    The Big Red continue to battle the injury bug, with two of their top 4 defensemen on the sidelines, including Bolt prospect Alex Green missing his fifth straight game this weekend. On Friday, Morgan Barron (NYR, 2017 6th round pick) and Yanni Kaldis (undrafted) gave Cornell a 2-1 lead in the 2nd, but the Bobcats scored three times in the 3rd to rally to the win the match. After tying the game early in the 3rd, Quinnipiac took the lead on score off the back of the Cornell goalie and then sealed the win with an empty netter. William Fallstrom (undrafted) led the way for the Bobcats with three assists, and Kaldis led the Big Red with a goal and an assist. On Saturday night, Cornell got goals from five players in a key Ivy League win over Princeton. Cornell’s record on the season now stands at 5-3 (3-1 ECAC) and the Big Red heads to Madison Square Garden next weekend for an Ivy League matchup against rival Harvard.

    St. Lawrence Saints 4 @ #19 Minnesota Gophers 3 OT (Friday)
    St. Lawrence Saints 0 @ #19 Minnesota Gophers 3 (Saturday)

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: 1 GP, 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season Totals: 8 GP, 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 2 GP, 1-2-3, +5, 4 PIM, 4 SOG, 3/10 FO
    Season Totals: 9 GP, 2-4-6, +6, 6 PIM

    Bolt prospect Sammy Walker doubled up his season production this weekend against the visiting Saints, scoring a goals and tallying a pair of assists in the two games. On Friday, Walker set up future Predator Rem Pitlick (NAS, 2016 3rd round pick) for a 1st period goal that would knot the game at 1-1. Brent Gates (ANA, 2015 3rd round pick) and Pitlick would lead a 3rd period Gopher rally from a two-goal deficit to force overtime before Michael Ederer (undrafted) would score the OT game-winner in St. Lawrence’s upset of the struggling Minnesota squad.

    On Saturday night, Walker would feature in two of the Gophers three goals in a Minnesota shutout of the Saints to split the weekend series. The Lightning prospect would set up Nathan Burke’s second goal of the game in the 2nd and then score his second goal of the season in the 3rd. Fellow Bolt prospect Ryan Zuhlsdorf didn’t dress for the Saturday night tilt against the Saints.

    The Gophers are now a disappointing 3-5-1 (1-1 Big Ten) on the season, and risk dropping out of the USCHO Top 20 when the new rankings come out early this week. The unranked Michigan State Spartans visit 3M Arena next weekend for a post-Thanksgiving Big 10 conference match up with the Golden Gophers.

    UMass-Lowell River Hawks 5 @ UConn Huskies 2 (Friday)
    UConn Huskies 0 @ UMass-Lowell River Hawks 3 (Saturday)

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: 2 GP, 1-1-2, +1, 0 PIM, 4 SOG
    Season Totals: 8 GP, 5-3-8, E, 2 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 36 GP, 9-16-25, -2, 26 PIM

    Lightning prospect Ryan Lohin continued his point streak this weekend, now at four games, as he notched a goal and an assist in a pair of wins in a HEAST conference tilt against UConn. On Friday, Lohin capped off four straight goals by the River Hawks after the Huskies opened scoring, scoring in the 2nd to give UML a 4-1 lead. On Saturday, Lohin set up a Kenny Hausinger (undrafted) marker to open the scoring just 1:46 into the game, en route to a 28-save shutout by Tyler Wall (NYR, 2016 6th round pick) for the series sweep. UML improves to 6-5-1 (3-3-1 HEAST) on the season and looks to tangle with RPI this weekend in a non-conference series.

    New Hampshire Wildcats 2 @ Boston College Eagles 2 (Friday)
    New Hampshire Wildcats 2 @ #4 UMass Minutemen 4 (Sunday)

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: did not play
    Season Totals: 3 GP, 0-2-0, 3.67 GAA, 0.864 SV%

    Bolt prospect Ty Taylor sat backup both Friday night and Sunday to Wildcats netminder Mike Robinson (SJS, 2015 3rd round pick). UNH battled Boston College to a 2-2 road as the Eagles climbed out of a 2-0 deficit with a pair of 3rd period goals. On Sunday, the Wildcats faced the #4 ranked Minutemen and gave up three power play goals to UMass to fall behind 3-0 before battling back in the 2nd to draw within a goal. The Minutemen were led by Jacob Pritchard (undrafted) and John Leonard (SJS, 2018 6th round pick) who each had a goal and a pair of assists. The Wildcats drop to 1-6-3 (1-3-2 HEAST) on the season and heads back home next weekend for a non-conference series against #20 Miami (Ohio).

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 5 weeks 1 day ago

    Colorado College Tigers 1 @ #1 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 5

    F Cole Koepke, UMD: 0-2-0, +2, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season Totals: 10 GP, 1-5-6, +7, 2 PIM

    A night after shutting out the Tigers, the top-ranked Bulldogs defense once again smothered Colorado College, allowing just one goal on 16 shots. Lightning prospect Cole Koepke notched a pair of assists to help lead UMD to a 5-1 victory Saturday night. Six Bulldogs recorded a multi-point night, including Nick Swaney (MIN, 2017 7th round pick) leading the way with a pair of goals. UMD improves to 8-1-1 (2-0 NCHC) and travels to Denver next weekend in another NCHC powerhouse match up with the Pioneers.

    #5 Denver Pioneers 3 @ #2 St. Cloud State Huskies 4

    D Nick Perbix, STC: 1-0-1, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season Totals: 10 GP, 1-4-5, +10, 6 PIM

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 2-0-2, +2, 2 PIM, 3 SOG, 2/9 FO
    Season Totals: 8 GP, 5-4-9, +10, 6 PIM

    Déjà vu all over again. A night after the #2 ranked Huskies squeaked a 4-3 winner over the #5 Pioneers, St. Cloud State inched out another 4-3 win Saturday night to remain a perfect 4-0 in NCHC conference play. Just like Friday night, Lightning stealth prospect Cole Guttman opened the scoring as the Pioneers built a 2-0 1st period lead. But then fellow Bolt prospect Nick Perbix netted his first collegiate goal for the Huskies to close the gap to 2-1 at the 1st intermission. In the 2nd, St. Cloud added a pair of power play goals to take a 3-2 lead before Guttman potted his second of the game to knot the score at 3-3 at the 2nd intermission. The Huskies found a way to win a period and win the game, improving to 9-1 on the season and looking to keep the home cooking going next weekend in a non-conference series against Bemidji State. For Denver, the Pioneers drop to 5-2-1 (2-2 NCHC) and the schedule doesn't get any easier for head coach David Carle as Denver returns home next weekend to take on the top-ranked Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs. Guttman may not be a stealth prospect much longer, sporting a filthy stat line, leading all freshmen in the nation with 5 goals (tied with 3 others) and a 0.62 goals/game.

    #16 Minnesota Gophers 1 @ #20 Wisconsin Badgers 3

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals: 7 GP, 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 0-1-1, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG, 2/6 FO
    Season Totals: 7 GP, 1-1-2, -1, 2 PIM

    Bolt prospect Sammy Walker set up Brandon McManus for a power play marker to open the scoring for Minnesota Saturday night in the rematch between Gophers and the Badgers in Madison. But Wisconsin would get the equalizer before the 1st intermission on a power play goal of their own, and then add a pair of goals in the 3rd period to split the weekend series. Badger netminder and Helsinki native Daniel Lebedeff (undrafted) made 32 saves to lead Wisconsin to their first Big Ten victory of the season. UMN drops to 2-4-1 (1-1 Big Ten) on the season and returns home next weekend for a non-conference series against St. Lawrence.

    #17 Cornell Big Red 3 @ Northern Michigan Wildcats 2

    D Alex Green, COR: did not play
    Season Totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, -4, 0 PIM

    All five goals scored Saturday night in Marquette lit the lamp on the man advantage with Cornell building a 2-0 1st period lead and holding on for a road sweep against Northern Michigan. Bolt prospect Alex Green did not dress for the third straight game, but the Big Red was led by a goal and an assist from Morgan Barron (NYR, 2017 6th round pick) while the Wildcats got a pair of goals from Troy Loggins (undrafted). Cornell improves to 4-2 (2-0 ECAC) on the season and returns home to Ithaca next weekend for a pair of ECAC bouts against #13 Quinnipiac and #18 Princeton.

    UMass-Lowell River Hawks 4 @ #15 Northeastern Huskies 5 OT

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: 2-1-3, -2, 0 PIM, 6 SOG, 0/2 FO
    Season Totals: 6 GP, 4-2-6, -1, 2 PIM

    Lightning prospect Ryan Lohin continued his red-hot return from missing four games to injury, scoring a pair of power play goals Saturday night and adding an assist in leading the River Hawks to a 4-2 lead early in the 3rd period. But Northeastern rallied with a pair of 3rd period goals to force OT and then winning this HEAST match up in the extra session. Grant Jozefek (undrafted) led the Howlin’ Huskies with a pair of goals, dropping UML to 4-5-1 (1-3-1 HEAST) on the season. UMass-Lowell continues HEAST conference play next weekend with a home-and-home series with UConn.

    Boston University Terriers 3 @ New Hampshire Wildcats 2 OT

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: L, 63:00 MINS, 3 GA, 23 SVS
    Season Totals: 3 GP, 0-2-0, 3.67 GAA, 0.864 SV%

    Bolt prospect Ty Taylor was back in the nets Saturday night for the Wildcats, making 23 saves in the overtime home loss to Boston University. New Hampshire twice erased 1-goal deficits and Taylor gave a perfect 7-save effort in the 3rd to force the extra session, but the Terriers scored shorthanded in OT for the win. Avalanche prospect Shane Bowers (OTT, 2017 1st round pick), acquired by Colorado in the Duchene trade, led BU with a pair of goals and Joel Farabee (PHI, 2018 1st round pick) and Dante Fabbro (NAS, 2016 1st round pick) each added a pair of assists. The Wildcats drop to 1-5-2 (1-2-1 HEAST) on the season and continues HEAST conference play next weekend with road matches against Boston College and #9 UMass-Amherst.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 5 weeks 2 days ago

    Colorado College Tigers 0 @ #1 Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs 3

    F Cole Koepke, UMD: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season Totals: 9 GP, 1-3-4, +5, 2 PIM

    Hunter Shepard (undrafted) backstopped a 19-save shutout and the top-ranked Bulldogs opened 2018-19 NCHC conference play against Colorado College on Friday night with a 3-0 win. UMD got goals from three different players and Scott Perunovich (STL, 2018 2nd round pick) and Peter Krieger (undrafted) each had a pair of assists. These two teams square off again on Saturday night to complete the weekend series.

    #5 Denver Pioneers 3 @ #2 St. Cloud State Huskies 4

    D Nick Perbix, STC: 0-1-1, +2, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season Totals: 9 GP, 0-4-4, +10, 6 PIM

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 1-0-1, +1, 0 PIM, 2 SOG, 6/18 FO
    Season Totals: 7 GP, 3-4-7, +8, 4 PIM

    Two Top-5 NCHC powerhouses, each sporting 2-0 conference records battled Friday night with the Huskies scoring three straight in the 2nd period to hand the Pioneers their first loss of the season. Lightning stealth prospect Cole Guttman opened the scoring midway through the 1st with his third goal of the year to give Denver the early 1-0 lead. Brett Stapley (MTL, 2017 7th round pick) led the early Pioneer attack with a goal and an assist to build a 3-1 lead 95 seconds into the 2nd period. But the St. Cloud offense kicked into gear, finishing the period with three goals to take a 4-3 lead into the 2nd intermission. St. Cloud netminder David Hrenak (LAK, 2018 5th round pick) stopped a perfect eight 3rd period Pioneer shots to preserve the tenuous Husky lead. Bolt prospect Nick Perbix helped set up the equalizer, and Nolan Walker (undrafted) led St. Cloud State with a pair of goals and an assist. These two teams battle again Saturday to complete weekend series.

    #16 Minnesota Gophers 3 @ #20 Wisconsin Badgers 2

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf , MINN: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals: 6 GP, 0-1-1, +1, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG, 2/10 FO
    Season Totals: 6 GP, 1-0-1, E, 2 PIM

    The Gophers stopped the bleeding after three straight losses, besting the Badgers on the road Friday night in their Big Ten opener. Wisconsin jumped out to a 2-0 lead, but Minnesota scored three-straight in the 2nd and Mat Robson (undrafted) stopped a perfect 15 shots in the 3rd to seal the win. These two team go at it again Saturday night to close out the weekend series.

    #17 Cornell Big Red 3 @ Northern Michigan Wildcats 1

    D Alex Green, COR: did not play
    Season Totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, -4, 0 PIM

    Cornell scored twice Friday night in the 2nd period to break open a 1-1 game and claim a non-conference road win against the Wildcats in Northern Michigan. Bolt prospect Alex Green did not dress for the second straight game, leading to speculation that the sophomore blueliner may be injured. Cam Donaldson (undrafted) led the Big Red with a goal and an assist. These two teams square off again Saturday night.

    New Hampshire Wildcats 2 @ UMass-Lowell River Hawks 2 OT

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: 2-0-2, +1, 0 PIM, 6 SOG, 2/7 FO
    Season Totals: 5 GP, 2-1-3, +1, 2 PIM

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: did not play
    Season Totals: 2 GP, 0-1-0, 4.42 GAA, 0.848 SV%

    After missing four games due to injury, Lightning prospect Ryan Lohin returned to action Friday night, leading an UML rally and scoring both goals for the River Hawks as UMass-Lowell plays to a 2-2 draw with the visiting New Hampshire team. Fellow Bolt prospect Ty Taylor sat back-up to a 32-save Mike Robinson (SJS, 2015 3rd round pick) effort. UML held the Wildcats to just 11 shots. UML hosts Northeastern Saturday night while UNH returns home Saturday night to host the visiting Boston University.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

  • 6 weeks 1 day ago

    #2 St. Cloud State Huskies 2 @ Colorado College Tigers 1

    D Nick Perbix, STC: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season Totals: 8 GP, 0-3-3, +8, 6 PIM

    The #2 ranked Huskies completed the sweep of Colorado College Saturday night, relying on a pair of power play goals in the 3rd period to overcome a 1-0 deficit. St. Cloud netminder David Hrenak (LAK, 2018 5th round pick) stopped 29 Tiger shots for the win. After a scoreless 1st period, Colorado College opened the scoring just past the midpoint of the 2nd with a power play goal from Westin Michaud (undrafted). Hrenak would seal the net from that point, and man-advantage markers from Jack Poehling (undrafted) and Easton Brodzinski (undrafted) in the 3rd would be the difference. St. Cloud State improves to 7-1 (2-0 NCHC) on the season and returns home next weekend when the Huskies take on the #8 ranked Denver Pioneers in a big NCHC conference battle. Adding to the drama, freshman Lightning prospects Nick Perbix and Cole Guttman will likely square off across the ice.

    Western Michigan Broncos 3 @ #9 Denver Pioneers 4 OT

    F Cole Guttman, DEN: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG, 8/14 FO
    Season Totals: 6 GP, 2-4-6, +7, 4 PIM

    Jarid Lukosevicius (undrafted) continued his heroics Saturday night against Western Michigan, scoring the overtime game-winner a night after notching a hat trick against this same Bronco team. Lukosevicius gave the Pioneers a 2-0 lead in the 2nd period with a power play goal, following Slava Demin’s (VGK, 2018 4th round pick) power play marker in the 1st for Denver. But WMU mounted a comeback in the 3rd, scoring three goals in the span of 5:16 to take the lead 3-2 with about ½ a period to play. Emilio Pettersen (CGY, 2018 6th round pick) scored on the power play with 2:30 remaining in regulation to knot the score at 3-3 and send the match into overtime. Pettersen's goal and two assists and Ian Mitchell's (CHI, 2017 5th round pick) pair of assists helped lead the Pioneers. Denver improves to 5-0-1 (2-0 NCHC) on the season, and travels to the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud next weekend to take on the Huskies in a dual of conference unbeatens.

    #4 Minnesota State Mavericks 2 @ #10 Minnesota Gophers 1

    D Ryan Zuhlsdorf, MINN: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season Totals: 5 GP, 0-1-1, E, 0 PIM
    ’17-‘18 Totals: 38 GP, 0-9-9, +1, 40 PIM

    F Sammy Walker, MINN: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM, 2 SOG, 4/10 FO
    Season Totals: 5 GP, 1-0-1, -1, 2 PIM

    The #4 ranked Mavericks defense allowed just 15 Gophers shots Saturday as Minnesota State completed the weekend sweep in Mankato of their cross-state Minnesota rivals. Gopher forward Rem Pitlick (NAS, 2016 3rd round pick) gave Minnesota a 1-0 lead in the 1st with a power play goal, but State would strike back in the 2nd with a power play marker of its own and a short-handed tally that would eventually prove to be the game winner. Maverick netminder Mathias Israelsson (undrafted) barred the net in the 3rd for his fourth win of the season. The Gophers drop to a disappointing 1-3-1 and travel to Madison next weekend to open Big Ten conference play against #16 ranked Wisconsin.

    Brown Bears 2 @ #18 Cornell Big Red 3

    D Alex Green, COR: did not play
    Season Totals: 3 GP, 0-1-1, -4, 0 PIM

    Cornell scored three times in the 2nd period and held on for the win, improving their record to 2-2 (2-0 ECAC) on the season. Bolt prospect Alex Green did not dress for the Big Red. Cornell travels to Marquette next weekend for a non-conference series against Northern Michigan.

    UMass-Lowell River Hawks 1 @ Maine Black Bears 0

    F Ryan Lohin, UML: did not play
    Season Totals: 4 GP, 0-1-1, E, 2 PIM

    Sam Knoblauch (undrafted) scored the lone goal of the game early in the 3rd to give UML the win and split the weekend series with the Black Bears. Finn netminder Christoffer Hernberg (undrafted) pitched a 24-save shutout for UMass-Lowell for the win, Lightning prospect Ryan Lohin did not dress for the fourth consecutive UML game. The River Hawks improve to 4-4 (1-2 HEAST) on the season and returns home to the Tsongas Center next Friday night for a HEAST showdown against Bolt prospect Ty Taylor and New Hampshire.

    #11 Massachusetts Minutemen 5 @ New Hampshire Wildcats 1

    G Ty Taylor, UNH: did not play
    Season Totals: 2 GP, 0-1-0, 4.42 GAA, 0.848 SV%

    The Minutemen scored early and often Saturday night, handing the Wildcats their fourth loss of the season. UNH got their lone goal from Japanese winger Kohei Sato (undrafted) late in the 3rd to spoil UMass goalie Matt Murray’s (undrafted) shutout bid. The Minutemen were led by John Leonard (SJS, 2018 6th round pick) and Mitchell Chaffee (undrafted) each with a goal and two assists. New Hampshire falls to 1-4-1 (1-1 HEAST) on the season and travels to Lowell next Friday night in a HEAST conference bout against the River Hawks.

    *USCHO poll used for rankings

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