NCAA/USHS Game Results

  • 1 year 46 weeks ago

    No. 12 Cornell Big Red 1 @ No. 11 Denver Pioneers 2

    D/W Kirill Gotovets, COR: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 13 GP, 0-0-0, +2, 6 PIM

    After outshooting Denver 38-25 but losing 5-1 Friday night, Cornell was outshot 36-20 on Saturday night, but made a much closer game of it. Denver scored at 7:45 of the third period to break a 1-1 tie and come away with the weekend sweep.

    Harvard Crimson 2 @ No. 5 Quinnipiac Bobcats 6

    F Brian Hart, HAR: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 10 GP, 2-2-4, E, 6 PIM

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 1-1-2, +1, 2 PIM, 3 SOG, *First Star*
    Season totals: 19 GP, 6-4-10, +4, 14 PIM

    The Bobcats won their 14th straight game, defeating Harvard, 6-2, in a game broadcast on NESN. Matt Peca (pictured) had two points and is now over .5 points per game. It’s not the point-per-game he averaged last year as a freshman, but it’s a start.

    No. 20 Holy Cross Crusaders 2 @ No. 7 North Dakota 3

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 18 GP, 1-5-6, -3, 12 PIM

    UND completed their weekend sweep of the Crusaders, defeating them, 3-2, on Saturday. North Dakota only allowed 19 shots on goal in the game.

    No. 10 Western Michigan Broncos 2 @ Bemidji State Beavers 2

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 20 GP, 1-4-5, -2, 14 PIM

    WMU outshot the Beavers 35-22, but needed two third period goals to force a tie with Bemidji State.

    *USCHO poll used

  • 1 year 46 weeks ago

    No. 12 Cornell Big Red 1 @ No. 11 Denver Pioneers 5

    D/W Kirill Gotovets, COR: 0-0-0, -1, 2 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 12 GP, 0-0-0, +2, 6 PIM

    Cornell outshot Denver 38-25, but suffered a big defeat, 5-1. The game got chippy in the third period with a hoard of roughing penalties handed out.

    Harvard Crimson 2 @ Princeton Tigers 3 (OT)

    F Brian Hart, HAR: 0-0-0, -2, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 9 GP, 2-2-4, +1, 6 PIM

    Harvard continues to struggle, this time falling in overtime at Princeton. The Crimson is now 4-6-1 this season after starting ranked among the top teams in the nation. Brian Hart was minus-2 on Friday. He was on the ice for the Tigers’ overtime winner.

    No. 20 Holy Cross Crusaders 2 @ No. 7 North Dakota 5

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 17 GP, 1-5-6, -3, 10 PIM

    Holy Cross came into the game against UND in front of 10,000 fans with a 10-4-2 record, but the 10-5-3 home side scored the game’s first five goals and easily defeated the Crusaders, 5-2. UND outshot Holy Cross, 41-15.

    No. 8 Dartmouth Big Green 2 @ No. 5 Quinnipiac Bobcats 3 (OT)

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 0-0-0, -1, 2 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 18 GP, 5-3-8, +3, 12 PIM

    Quinnipiac won for their 13th consecutive game – which leads the nation – by beating Dartmouth in overtime, 3-2. Lightning prospect Matthew Peca was scoreless for the 15-3-2 (9-0-0 ECAC) Bobcats.

    No. 10 Western Michigan Broncos 6 @ Bemidji State Beavers 0

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-1-1, +3, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 19 GP, 1-4-5, -3, 14 PIM

    After scoring just once in last weekend’s Great Lakes Invitational tournament, the Broncos exploded for four goals in the second period Friday en route to a 6-0 crushing of the Beavers. WMU only allowed 15 shots on goal. Lightning free agent target Danny DeKeyser had two assists for WMU.

    *USCHO poll used

  • 1 year 47 weeks ago

    No. 12 Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks 1 @ No. 9 Quinnipiac Bobcats 3

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 0-1-1, E, 2 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 17 GP, 5-3-8, +4, 10 PIM

    Quinnipiac completed the 2-game sweep of the Mavericks with a 3-1 win on Sunday. Lightning prospect Matt Peca had an assist in the game to give him three points for the weekend and possibly get himself back on track toward last year’s point-per-game pace.

    No. 1 Boston College Eagles 1 @ No. 4 Minnesota Golden Gophers 8

    G Adam Wilcox, MIN: Win, 32 saves on 33 shots, 1 assist, *First Star*
    Season totals: 17 GP, 12-2-2, 1.63 GAA, .927 sv%, 3 SO

    Adam Wilcox (pictured) was named tournament MVP as Minnesota crushed top-ranked Boston College to win the Mariucci Classic championship. Wilcox, who was also named to the all-tournament team, was solid all night and spectacular when he needed to be, stopping 32 shots. BC’s lone goal came with the Gophers up 7-0 late in the third period and trying to kill off a 5-on-3 power play. Steven Whitney scored on a slapshot from the circles through traffic that went over Wilcox’s shoulder as he crouched to see the shot. Wilcox stopped at least five prime scoring chances in the first period when it was a close game, then in the second came up huge multiple times, including a highlight-reel glove save on a 2-on-1. The puck carrier had his passing option taken away from him on the rush, so after trying to out-wait Wilcox, fired high glove side. Wilcox snared the puck and snapped it into his body, reminiscent of Patrick Roy in his prime.

    He came into the game seventh in the nation in goals against average and drew endless praise from Fox Sports commentators, who called Wilcox a “star” and “one of the top goalies in the country.” Noted Minnesota hockey journalist Michael Russo called him “the real deal.”

    Wilcox also had his first collegiate assist in the game. Although he likes to play the puck, his helper came when he re-directed a bad angle shot up the center of the ice. The puck split the BC defensemen and Minnesota's Sam Warning (undrafted) pulled away from the defense to corral the puck and deke the goalie for a shorthanded goal.

    Wilcox helped the Gophers exact some revenge on BC, who beat Minnesota, 6-1, in the Frozen Four last year on the Lightning’s home ice in Tampa. Things don’t get any easier for the Gophers as their next match is against No. 2 Notre Dame a week from Tuesday.

    No. 8 Western Michigan Broncos 0 @ Michigan Tech Huskies 4

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 18 GP, 1-3-4, -6, 14 PIM

    WMU came up short in their bid to win the Great Lakes Invitational title, falling to unranked Michigan Tech, 4-0. Witkowski was on the ice for what turned out to be the game-winning goal, although he wasn’t directly involved in the play. A Bronco was tripped in the corner which resulted in a Tech shot from a bad angle that beat the Western goaltender, Frank Slubowski, who was not as sharp as he usually is during the game. Witkowski had a couple scoring chances, including a shot on the power play after he pinched down the weak side. His shot was disrupted as he pulled the puck from receiving it on his backhand to his forehand. One notable comment from the Fox Sports Detroit commentators was their suggestion that Witkowski and his defensive partner, Danny DeKeyser, be allowed to rush the puck more. Former NHL coach Andy Murray has WMU playing a staunch defensive system and the defense rarely jumps into the play. Scoring chances are not abundant and they only scored one goal in the 2-game tournament.

    Tech’s Phoenix Copley didn’t allow a goal in the tournament and stopped 32 shots on Sunday for the shutout – his second career shutout. Copley, who hails from North Pole, Alaska, was the backup to Lightning prospect Adam Wilcox for some of last season at USHL Tri-City.

    *USCHO poll used

  • 1 year 47 weeks ago

    No. 11 Cornell Big Red 4 @ Maine Black Bears 6

    D/W Kirill Gotovets, COR: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 11 GP, 0-0-0, +3, 4 PIM

    They say a 3-goal lead is the worst in hockey and Cornell proved it yet again, blowing a 3-0 first period lead en route to a 6-4 loss in the championship game of the Florida College Classic in Estero. The victory was only Maine’s fourth of the season against 11 losses and a tie.

    Northeastern Huskies 5 @ No. 20 Harvard Crimson 1

    F Brian Hart, HAR: 1-0-1, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 8 GP, 2-2-4, +3, 6 PIM

    Brian Hart (pictured, Eric DuBose photo) opened the game’s scoring in the first five minutes, but that is all that Harvard would get on the board in a bad home loss to Northeastern. The Crimson (4-5-1) fell under .500 for the season, to a team that was 5-9-1 coming into the game. Not good. Sharks pick Cody Ferriero had four goals for the Huskies. He came into the game with one goal in 15 games this year.

    No. 5 Miami RedHawks 0 @ Robert Morris Colonials 1

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 9 SOG
    Season totals: 17 GP, 2-5-7, -2, 8 PIM

    Jimmy Mullin played on the top line for the second straight game and had nine shots on goal to lead the RedHawks in that category for the second straight game. Miami outshot the Colonials, 51-21, but couldn’t beat senior goaltender Eric Levine (undrafted). Levine came into the game with a 7-2-2 record, 1.98 GAA, and .949 save percentage. He’s listed at 6’3” and likely has a pro contract in his future. Robert Morris’ 1-0 win gave them the Three Rivers Classic championship in Pittsburgh.

    No. 12 Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks 4 @ No. 9 Quinnipiac Bobcats 5

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 1-1-2, +1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 16 GP, 5-2-7, +4, 8 PIM

    Matt Peca had a goal and an assist as the Bobcats topped the Mavs, 5-4. Jordan Samuels-Thomas swatted home Peca’s centering feed three minutes into the third period to give the Bobcats their fifth goal. Quinnipiac has now won 11 consecutive games. Lightning prospect camper Andrej Sustr had two shots on goal and was minus-1 for UNO. The 6’8” defenseman remains a free agent.

    Air Force Falcons 0 @ No. 4 Minnesota Golden Gophers 4

    G Adam Wilcox, MIN: Win, 18 saves on 18 shots, *Third Star*
    Season totals: 16 GP, 11-2-2, 1.67 GAA, .923 sv%, 3 SO

    Adam Wilcox wasn’t tested too often, but came up big when needed – like stopping a breakaway – to lead the Gophers to a 4-0 win over Air Force. The Gophers will face top-ranked Boston College on Sunday in the finals of the Mariucci Classic.

    No. 8 Western Michigan Broncos 1 @ Michigan State Spartans 1
    (Broncos won shootout, 1-0)

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 17 GP, 1-3-4, -5, 14 PIM

    WMU advanced to the finals of the Great Lakes Invitational tournament thanks to a fourth-round shootout win over Michigan State at Joe Louis Arena in Detroit. Western is looking for their first GLI tournament win and will face Michigan Tech in the championship on Sunday. Witkowski played big minutes against MSU’s top line, but took a minus with 17 seconds left in regulation when the Spartans scored on a 6-on-5 advantage. With the puck dumped into the corner, Lightning free agent target Dan DeKeyser chased the puck and his partner, Witkowski, faded to the strong side as a defensemen is supposed to do. WMU’s three forwards watched from the strong side near the slot, leaving the backdoor wide open. A cross-crease pass from a forward who outbattled DeKeyser found an unmarked MSU player who banged the puck into the net. WMU had played well defensively throughout the game and that was MSU’s best scoring chance. Witkowski had several deep rushes and his confidence with and without the puck is at an all-time high.

    *USCHO poll used

  • 1 year 47 weeks ago

    No. 19 Ferris State Bulldogs 3 @ No. 11 Cornell Big Red 5

    D/W Kirill Gotovets, COR: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 10 GP, 0-0-0, +2, 4 PIM

    Cornell opened the Florida College Classic in Estero with a 5-3 win over the Bulldogs. Lightning prospect Kirill Gotovets was scoreless in the match for the Big Red.

    Ohio State Buckeyes 0 @ No. 5 Miami RedHawks 1

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: 0-1-1, +1, 0 PIM, 7 SOG
    Season totals: 16 GP, 2-5-7, -1, 8 PIM

    Jimmy Mullin (pictured) was moved to the top line with former Lightning camper Austin Czarnik and Curtis McKenzie and responded by leading the RedHawks with seven shots on goal against the Buckeyes on Friday night. The top line spot was opened by the departure of Riley Barber, who is representing the United States at the World Junior Championships in Russia. Miami’s top line combined for 15 of the team’s 26 shots on goal. Miami will face Robert Morris on Saturday for the championship in the Three Rivers Classic in Pittsburgh.

  • 1 year 49 weeks ago

    No. 5 Miami RedHawks 3 @ Ohio State Buckeyes 1 (OT)

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 15 GP, 2-4-6, -2, 8 PIM

    Jimmy Mullin was back in the RedHawks lineup after being a healthy scratch on Friday night. He registered three shots on goal in Miami’s 3-1 triumph in Columbus.

    No. 8 North Dakota 4 @ Michigan Tech Huskies 1

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-1-1, +1, 2 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 16 GP, 1-5-6, -4, 10 PIM

    Lightning prospect Brendan O’Donnell (pictured) recorded his sixth point of the year as UND swept Michigan Tech two games to none with a 4-1 win on Saturday night. O’Donnell’s assist came on the first goal of the game, scored 1:30 into the contest.

    No. 7 Western Michigan Broncos 0 @ Michigan Wolverines 2

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 16 GP, 1-3-4, -4, 14 PIM

    WMU’s six-game win streak came to an end at Yost with a 2-0 shutout loss to the Wolverines. Rarely used Adam Janecyk had the shutout for Michigan, stopping 23 shots. The junior was playing in just his seventh career game.

    *USCHO poll used

  • 1 year 49 weeks ago

    No. 5 Miami RedHawks 1 @ Ohio State Buckeyes 1 (OT)

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: Did not play
    Season totals: 14 GP, 2-4-6, -1, 8 PIM

    Jimmy Mullin was not in the lineup on Friday night in Columbus.

    No. 13 Quinnipiac Bobcats 3 @ Princeton Tigers 0

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 15 GP, 4-1-5, +3, 8 PIM

    The Bobcats went into Princeton and completed their weekend sweep of the Tigers. One night after limiting Princeton to 12 shots, QU held them to 18 shots on goal. Quinnipiac is running away with the ECAC at 8-0.

    No. 8 North Dakota 6 @ Michigan Tech Huskies 1

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, E, 4 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 15 GP, 1-4-5, -5, 8 PIM

    Corban Knight (Panthers) had two goals and two assists to lead UND to a big win over Michigan Tech.

    No. 7 Western Michigan Broncos 4 @ Michigan Wolverines 1

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 1-0-1, E, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 15 GP, 1-3-4, -4, 14 PIM

    Broncos captain Luke Witkowski’s first goal of the season – scored on the power play – turned out to be the game-winner as WMU won their sixth straight game, defeating Michigan, 4-1, on Friday night. Witkowski’s career-high for goals in a season is two, set both as a freshman and last year as a junior. WMU has won six games in a row.

    *USCHO poll used

  • 1 year 50 weeks ago

    UMass-Lowell River Hawks 5 @ No. 18 Harvard Crimson 0

    F Brian Hart, HAR: 0-0-0, -1, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 7 GP, 1-2-3, +3, 6 PIM

    On the day they climbed to No. 18 in the USCHO poll, Harvard was crushed at home by unranked UMass-Lowell.

  • 1 year 50 weeks ago

    Lake Superior State Lakers 1 @ No. 3 Miami RedHawks 0

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 14 GP, 2-4-6, -1, 8 PIM

    Lakers goalie Kevin Murdock (undrafted, pictured), who was born in Bradenton, Florida, stopped 46 shots to lead LSSU to a 1-0 win over No. 3 Miami.

    No. 13 Quinnipiac Bobcats 3 @ Princeton Tigers 0

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 0-0-0, +2, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 14 GP, 4-1-5, +3, 6 PIM

    The Bobcats went into Princeton and completed their weekend sweep of the Tigers. One night after limiting Princeton to 12 shots, QU held them to 18 shots on goal. Quinnipiac is running away with the ECAC at 8-0.

    No. 6 Denver Pioneers 3 @ No. 9 North Dakota 6

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, E, 4 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 15 GP, 1-4-5, -5, 8 PIM

    UND finished their big weekend series with Denver 1-0-1. The Pioneers still lead the WCHA with 16 points, three ahead of fifth-place North Dakota.

    No. 4 Minnesota Golden Gophers 4 @ No. 19 Colorado College Tigers 4 (OT)

    G Adam Wilcox, MIN: Tie, 23 saves on 27 shots
    Season totals: 16 GP, 10-2-3, 1.78 GAA, .920 sv%, 2 SO

    Minnesota had leads of 3-0 and 4-1, but couldn’t make them stand up against a potent Colorado College offense led by Alexander Krushelnyski (undrafted), son of former NHLer Mike Krushelnyski. The younger Krushelnyski took over the third period, scoring twice and setting up the game-tying goal in the closing seconds with CC’s goalie pulled. The tying goal was scored when Krushelnyski make a long pass from the half-wall to a teammate standing behind the Minnesota defense on the weak side. Wilcox lunged at the one-timed shot, but couldn’t stop it. Wilcox will head into the Christmas break with 10 wins, which is outstanding – especially for a freshman. The Gophers are second in the WCHA by one point behind Denver.

    No. 16 Ferris State Bulldogs 1 @ No. 7 Western Michigan Broncos 2

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 0 SOG
    Season totals: 13 GP, 0-3-3, -4, 14 PIM

    The Broncos completed their weekend sweep of the Bulldogs with a 2-1 win on Saturday night. WMU scored both of their goals in the third period. Western Michigan is 7-2-1 in conference play, third behind Notre Dame and Miami.

    *USCHO poll used

  • 1 year 50 weeks ago

    No. 20 Harvard Crimson 2 @ Merrimack Warriors 2

    F Brian Hart, HAR: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 6 GP, 1-2-3, +4, 6 PIM

    Harvard had a 2-0 lead on the Warriors before Merrimack fought back for a tie.

    Lake Superior State Lakers 2 @ No. 3 Miami RedHawks 3

    F Jimmy Mullin, MIA: 0-0-0, E, 0 PIM, 1 SOG
    Season totals: 13 GP, 2-4-6, -1, 6 PIM

    Jimmy Mullin was scoreless coming off his first multi-point game of the year, but Miami got a win over visiting Lake Superior State, 3-2.

    Princeton Tigers 1 @ No. 13 Quinnipiac Bobcats 3

    F Matthew Peca, QU: 0-0-0, E, 2 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 13 GP, 4-1-5, +1, 6 PIM

    The Bobcats gave up just 12 shots on goal in their win, which was their seventh in conference play against no losses.

    No. 6 Denver Pioneers 2 @ No. 9 North Dakota 2

    F Brendan O’Donnell, UND: 0-0-0, -1, 2 PIM, 2 SOG
    Season totals: 14 GP, 1-4-5, -5, 4 PIM

    The teams were deadlocked at two goals apiece midway through the game, but neither team could get a game-winner.

    No. 4 Minnesota Golden Gophers 4 @ No. 19 Colorado College Tigers 2

    G Adam Wilcox, MIN: Win, 24 saves on 26 shots
    Season totals: 15 GP, 10-2-2, 1.64 GAA, .925 sv%, 2 SO

    Wilcox has now won seven of his last eight games for the Gophers. Like many of his wins, he was protecting a small lead for the majority of the game before the Gophers were able to get an insurance goal. Wilcox was recently named HCA Division I Rookie of the Month for November, which is a national award.

    No. 16 Ferris State Bulldogs 2 @ No. 7 Western Michigan Broncos 4

    D Luke Witkowski, WMU: 0-0-0, +1, 0 PIM, 3 SOG
    Season totals: 12 GP, 0-3-3, -4, 14 PIM

    The Broncos won again, this time beating visiting Ferris State, 4-2. Witkowski leads WMU in blocked shots for the season with 14.

    *USCHO poll used

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