Women: Clarkson Nets 6-3 Win vs. Montreal

St. Lawrence Men Drop 4-1 Decision to Maine in Non-League

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Clarkson FALLS 1-0 IN N.C.A.A. REGIONAL & 2-1 FOR ECAC TITLE

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Clarkson's Haralds Egle (18) pushes toward the goal  but is blocked by the Princeton goaltender (30) keeping the game scoreless in the second period. The Golden Knights tied the game 1-1 with 6.5 seconds remaining in the third period off a goal from Nico Sturm to send the game into overtime, However, Princeton scored the game winning goal five minutes into the overtime period to capture the 2017-2018 ECAC Men's Hockey Championship. Both the Tigers and Clarkson advance into the NCAA Division I Tournament. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery     

Clarkson's Josh Dickinson (21) slides along the goal line and tries to slip the puck (at the post) between the post and Harvard goalkeeper Merrick Madsen (31).  Down 4-1 to just seconds into the third period, Clarkson went on its most stunning scoring spree in recent history -- three goals in less than four minutes to tie 4-4 and force overtime.  Sheldon Rempal scored the game winner as Clarkson stunned Harvard in a 5-4 win in the ECAC semifinals.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

Clarkson's Jack Jacome (16) patiently waited to pull the trigger on a screen shot that found the back of the Harvard net to get the Knights going, still down 3-1 in the second.

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March 23: The best season in 10 years for the Clarkson University Hockey team came to a close on Friday night as the Golden Knights fell to Providence College 1-0 in the first round of the NCAA East Regional in Bridgeport, CT. The Golden Knights, who made their first showing in the the NCAA Tournament since 2008, closed out the 2017-18 campaign with a 23-11-6 record. Clarkson found it tough to defeat a team three times in a season, and when that foe was a Top-10 team, the task was even more difficult. The Knights shut out Providence 4-0 at Cheel Arena back on October 21 and claimed the championship of the Friendship Four Tournament in Belfast, Northern Ireland on November 25 with a 4-2 triumph, but could not generate another victory over the Friars at Webster Bank Arena. Making its fifth consecutive appearance in the NCAA Tournament, Providence struck for an early power-play goal and smothered the Knights' offense, limiting the Green and Gold to a season-low 18 shots on net. Postgame quotes The Friars' Kasper Bjorkqvist scored the game's only goal, connecting on a shot download at the side of the net for a power-play marker at 4:02 of the first period. That goal would stand for the remainder of the NCAA playoff game.  Clarkson could never quite get its high-powered offense in gear against Providence with only eight shots in the first period, seven in the middle frame and just three over the final 20 minutes. Junior defenseman Aaron Thow (Toronto, ONT) recorded a team-high three shots on goal. The Knights' best scoring opportunity of the night came on a one-timer, while on the power play by sophomore Devin Brosseau (St. Lambert, QUE) early in the second period.  Providence goaltender Hayden Hawkey, however, robbed the Clarkson assistant captain with a big glove save to keep the Knights off the scoreboard. Sophomore Jake Kielly (Eden Prairie, MN) gave Clarkson a chance to pull out the win with a 27-save effort, including 13 stops in the first period. The Knights' highly-rated power play never really had the opportunity to get rolling with just two man-advantage chances for the night. Clarkson killed off all four of the Friars' power plays. Clarkson, which has made 21 appearance in the NCAA Tournament, has allowed only five combined goals in its last four tournament games.

March 17: Scoring with 6.4 seconds left in regulation allowed the Clarkson University Men's Hockey team to extend its chance at winning the ECAC Hockey title, but Princeton University scored just 2:37 into the extra session, allowing the Tigers to claim a 2-1 victory over the Golden Knights Saturday night at 1980 Herb Brooks Arena. After 60 minutes of hockey with just two goals, the game-winner surprisingly came less than three minutes into extra time. Jeremy Germain won the faceoff in the Clarkson zone at 17:31 and Liam Grande collected the loose puck before sliding it back to the third-line center. Germain then went around the Clarkson net and found linemate Max Becker in front, and the senior flipped it over the right shoulder of Jake Kielly to send Princeton to the win. The Golden Knights (23-10-6) will now await the NCAA Selection Show at 12:00 noon on Sunday, televised on ESPNU, to see if they can garner an at-large bid for the 16-team tournament. The Tigers (19-12-4) earned the automatic bid as ECAC Hockey champions for the third time, winning previously in 1998 and 2008. Postgame audio Head Coach Casey Jones In the final 11 minutes of regulation, the Golden Knights began playing with a bit of urgency and energy, keeping the puck in the Princeton zone for extended periods of time and getting several chances on the cage. Both Kevin Charyszyn and Josh Dickinson put strong shots on net, but both were denied by Princeton netminder Ryan Ferland. The Knights tried a different tactic a few minutes later, trying to beat Ferland on wrap around shots. Both Dickinson and Jack Jacome made attempts, but the shots were turned away. With just 2:46 remaining, Sheldon Rempal was hauled down by Princeton's Max Veronneau, giving the Knights a power play opportunity, and with about 45 seconds to go in the extra-man opportunity, the Knights pulled Kielly for a 6-on-4. Keeping an extra attacker on the ice after the power play ended, Clarkson finally ended its scoreless streak with just 6.4 seconds to go. The Knights won the faceoff deep in the Princeton zone and Sheldon Rempal found Terrance Amorosa at the point. The senior defenseman ripped a shot through traffic and Josh Dickinson redirected the shot past Ferland to send the game to overtime. Clarkson had supplied consistent pressure throughout the game, but both team's best shots in the game rarely made it through the defenders. Kielly made a pair of solid saves in the early going, denying shots after Clarkson turnovers in the first period. David Hallisey had his shot blocked by Kielly's pad at 18:10 and Ryan Kuffner's shot on a 2-on-1 was turned aside on Kielly's stick side at 10:15. Clarkson, too, enjoyed some good scoring chances, but its best looks were covered up by Tigers' goaltender Ryan Ferland. Following a media timeout in the opening stanza, Princeton got things moving on the scoreboard, tallying just 22 seconds after the break. Clarkson had pressure in the Princeton zone, but a pass was broken up in the middle and expertly tipped by Max Veronneau to Josh Teves. The defenseman then raced up ice, passing the puck over to Ryan Kuffner near the blue line. Teves did not break stride and Kuffner returned a pass into the slot where the junior lifted a shot over Kielly's shoulder at 16:43 to give the Tigers a 1-0 advantage. In the second period, the best scoring opportunity for each team came in a stretch of about 15 seconds thanks to some turnovers. Princeton's David Hallisey corralled the puck off a turnover and looked ready for a breakaway, but the odd-man rush saw a turnover of its own. Clarkson's Sheldon Rempal was waiting for the puck just outside the Princeton zone and received a pass, but without any skating momentum and a tough angle he could do nothing more than fire a slapshot from the top of the circle with Princeton defensemen in pursuit mode. The Knights got their tip-in goal at the 19:53 mark when Dickinson tipped Amorosa's blast from the blue line. It was Dickinson's 15th goal of the season, Amorosa's 20th assist and Rempal's 23rd helper of the year. Kielly closed with 21 saves for the Knights, while Ferland made 31 stops for Princeton. Clarkson outshot the Tigers 32-23. Neither team scored on the power play, with Clarkson going 0-for-2 and the Tigers coming up short in one chance. Senior Kelly Summers and sophomore Sheldon Rempal were selected to the ECAC Hockey All-Tournament Team for their efforts in the weekend's games.
 


Clarkson’s Devin Brosseau (14) lasers the puck in the back of the net of Clarkson’s second goal of the game. The Golden Knights go on to win, tying the ECAC quarterfinal series. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery
Clarkson’s Sheldon Rempal slaps a shot-on-goal covered by Colgate’s goaltender.  Clarkson would slip to Colgate 2-1 in Game 1 of the Best of 3 ECAC quarterfinal series. Clarkson's lone goal was scored by  Marly Quince in the third period, but could not find the equalizer while outshooting Colgate 14-1 in the third frame. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Sheldon Rempal (11) takes the close-range shot on goal, covered by Yale goalie Sam Tucker (1).  Rempal scored two goals, while Nico Strum dished out three assists as Clarkson beat Yale 4-1 with three unanswered goals. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Haralds Egle (18) steals the puck and gets the goal to tie the contest 2-2 in a close battle against Harvard.  Clarkson gave up a goal in the final minute of regulation, as Harvard came back to forge a 6-6 overtime tie atop the ECAC conference.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Sheldon Rempal (11) tucks the puck top shelf for the the Knights' first goal of the game, just three minutes into the second game of their home-and-home series.  Clarkson beat St. Lawrence 4-2. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Sheldon Rempal (11) has an opportunity and closes in on Saints' goalie Daniel Mannella (30) for a shot in the first period. Rempal was held scoreless until the second period, where he netted two goals for the Knights in their 3-1 victory over St. Lawrence. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

st. lawrence MEN STRIKE FIRST, BUT FALL to clarkson

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St. Lawrence’s Joe Sullivan (20) nets the backhand shot past the fallen Clarkson goalie for the Saints' first goal.  Sullivan would also redirect a shot in the slot to cut the Clarkson lead to 3-2 with six minutes remaining.  However, Clarkson beat the Saints 4-2. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence captain Joe Sullivan (20) works his way around the back of the net for a shot opportunity, defended well by Clarkson’s goaltender Jake Kielly (29). Clarkson went on to defeat St. Lawrence 3-1 in the rivalry game on Friday.  (Troy O'Brien photo)  Game Gallery

Michigan forward Tony Calderone (17) blasta a shot past St. Lawrence University goalie Arthur Bray (31) to score the first goal of the game to give the Wolverines the 1-0 lead early in the first period. The Saints would score in the second period, However, Michigan captured the 3-1 victory to spoint the Saints home opener. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence's Gavin Bayreuther wheels at the blue line and heads for the Quinnipiac net.

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Dec. 8: A pair of power play goals from Clarkson's leading scorer Sheldon Rempal helped the third-ranked Golden Knights to a 3-1 win over the St. Lawrence men's hockey team on Friday night at Cheel Arena in Potsdam, N.Y. Jacob Pritchard tallied the lone goal for the Saints, as he has done in each of the team's last four games, marking the longest goal-scoring streak of his career. Sophomore goaltender Daniel Mannella was outstanding in just his second career start for St. Lawrence with 26 saves, allowing just the power play goals as Clarkson's third was a empty-net tally. With the loss, the Saints drop to 1-13-1 and 0-6-1 in ECAC Hockey games, while Clarkson's unbeaten streak stretches to 10 games as the Golden Knights improve to 14-3-1 and 7-0-0 in conference games. Despite the stark contrast in season records, Friday's game was exciting and evenly matched. The Saints outshot Clarkson through the first 20 minutes 13-9 and had a number of quality changes go just wide, including a breakaway attempt by Philip Alftberg with just under six minutes to play in the frame. Alftberg's shot sailed just over the shoulder of Clarkson netminder Jake Kielly, but sailed just over the crossbar. After a scoreless first period, Pritchard and the Saints struck first after an end-to-end rush by Ben Finkelstein on the power play. Finkelstein carried down the right-wing side and took a shot from the bottom of the circle that was initially stopped by Kielly. Mike Marnell, who returned to the Saints lineup for the first time since October 28 in Wisconsin, had a shot at it but it was Pritchard who was there to bury the rebound for his seventh of year at the 5:16 mark of the second period. However, the St. Lawrence lead would last a minute and half after Clarkson earned its first power play opportunity of the game with Callum Cusinato in the box. Clarkson won the ensuing draw and needed just seven seconds to get Rempal the puck in the left circle for a one-time goal and a tie game at the 6:45 mark. In the latter half of the frame, with Clarkson back on the power play after another Cusinato penalty, Rempal beat Mannella again on a near identical play to give Clarkson the lead for good. Nico Sturm added an empty net goal with 36 seconds to play to push to the eventual 3-1 margin. Clarkson finished 2-for-4 on the power play while the Saints went 1-for-3 on Friday night. The Golden Knights also finished with a slight 29-27 edge in shots on goal, with Kielly matching Mannell's 26 saves.

Nov. 18: Junior goaltender Arthur Brey made a season-high 40 saves for the second consecutive game and recorded his first career point on Saturday night, but the St. Lawrence men's hockey team fell to No. 19 Colgate 3-1 at the Class of 1965 Arena in Hamilton, N.Y. All four of the game's goals came in the second period, as Colgate jumped out to a 2-0 lead in the opening five minutes before Jacob Pritchard put the Saints on the board with his second power play goal of the weekend. Colgate regained a two-goal lead with its third in the final minute of the middle frame to conclude the scoring. The Raiders outshot the Saints 43-27 Saturday night, though St. Lawrence was buzzing in the final 10 minutes of the game. Jake Stevens and Nolan Gluchowski both rang the crossbar on shots from the point and St. Lawrence sustained pressure in the Colgate zone for 1:40 after pulling Brey for the extra attacker with just under three minutes to play. The Saints finished 1-2 on the power play and did not allow a power play goal for the second straight game, as Colgate finished 0-2. After a scoreless first period, Colgate's Jared Cockrell opened the scoring with his first of two consecutive goals for the Raiders at the 1:30 mark. He extended the lead to 2-0 just over three and a half minutes later at 4:48 with his sixth of the season on a rebound in front to beat the Brey on the blocker side. Pritchard cut the deficit in half with his second power play goal of the weekend and sixth of the season at 12:09 to make it 2-1 in favor of the Raiders. After a long clear by Colgate's penalty kill unit was pushed aside by Brey and onto the stick of Ben Finkelstein, Finkelstein sent a long outlet pass to Pritchard at the Colgate blue line. He carried down the left wing side and beat the Raiders' Colton Point with his signature wrister high over the right shoulder. The assist on Pritchard's goal was the first career point for Brey and the first point for a St. Lawrence goaltender since Matt Weninger during the 2013-14 season. As time was winding down in the second, Adam Dauda scored with teams skating four aside and gave Colgate a two-goal lead once again at 19:15 on another rebound in front for the eventual 3-1 margin. With 2:53 to play in the third period, the Saints pulled Brey after a timeout and kept possession in the Colgate zone for the next 1:40, but couldn't get one behind the large frame of Point. Point made two saves for Colgate and the Raiders blocked three shots while the Saints had the extra attacker. Point finished with 26 saves in the win to help Colgate improve to 7-3-4 overall and 4-1-1 in ECAC Hockey games. With the loss, the Saints fall to 1-12-1 and 0-5-1 against league opponents. St. Lawrence has the next two weekends off and will hopefully see the return of a few of their top forwards before they take the ice next on December 8 at Cheel Arena for the first game of a home-and-home series with Clarkson.

Suny canton PULLS OFF 6-3 UPSET VICTORY VS. BROCKPORT

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Canton center Josh Sova (23) scores the Roos’ second goal of the game with 4.7 seconds left in the first period to give Canton a 2-1 lead over Brockport. Canton goes on to upset Brockport 6-3, scoring four goals in the third period, including another goal by Sova.  (Jeff Brashich photo)  Game Gallery


Canton defenseman Ben Beasley holds the puck, killing off penalty time, before firing a shot toward the Eagles’ goal.

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Nov. 17:  Josh Sova scored twice and the SUNY Canton men’s hockey team exploded for four scores in the third period to double up visiting Brockport, 6-3, on Friday evening in the Roos House. Vili-Jesper Koivula scored his first goal of the season just 69 seconds into the contest off passes from David Hopfer and Tyler Bullard. Tim Kielich knotted the game at one for Brockport (4-2-1) with 54 seconds remaining in the first on the power play.  The Roos (2-3-0) seized the momentum with just four second remaining in the opening period when senior captain Josh Sova slotted his team-leading fourth goal of the season. Aidan Verbeke tied the game for a second time for the Golden Eagles at 8:38 of the middle period as the teams skated to second intermission tied at two tied at 18 shots apiece.  Four of the Roos 11 shots in the third period found the back of the net as Patrick Farnan and Tyler Ralph found the back of the net for the first time on the season with Joe Deveny scoring his second of the season and Sova sealing the win with an empty-netter with 53 seconds to play.  Austin Washkurak stopped 28 shots in the win, while Matt Schneider made 23 stops for Brockport.

Nov. 11: Canton was able to find the back of the net twice, but #9 Oswego State maintained their lead throughout the contest, just edging the Roos 3-2 on Saturday night. The Lakers got out to an early 2-0 lead by the middle of the second period. However, Canton finally broke through the Lakers defense in the 15th minute of the second period with a goal by Joe Deveny assisted by Patrick Farnan and Joey Vocino. Oswego would score again creating a 3-1 deficit, but the Roos would battle back with just 33 seconds left in the second period when Tyler Bullard scored an unassisted goal, his second of the season.   Though Canton would get off seven shots in the third period, the 3-2 score would hold for the Lakers. Goalie, Austin Washkurak, turned aside 37 shots on the night while Cedric Hansen made 20 saves for the Lakers.

PLATTSBURGH MEN fall to suny POTSDAM IN 3-1 DEFEAT

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SUNY Potsdam’s Jake Martin (12) pops a shot toward the net, but just misses over the SUNY Plattsburgh goal.  SUNY Potsdam came from behind 1-0 after the first period to upset SUNY Plattsburgh 3-1.  (Sam Wangerin photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY Plattsburgh’s Cam Owens (19) gets the assist to Noah Batis (17) for the first goal of the game.

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March 21: The Plattsburgh State men's ice hockey team traveled to Trinity on Saturday night to take on the Bantams in the NCAA Division III Men's Quarterfinal Round, falling 5-1.   Trinity would take a 1-0 lead with just 1:08 remaining capitalizing on a penalty shot opportunity awarded to Jackson Brewer. Brewer went crashing into the net drawing an interference call on Plattsburgh State defenseman Brandon Beadow.   The score would remain 1-0 going into the third period but the Bantams would score four-straight goals in the final period to cruise away from the Cardinals.    Elie Vered would make it 2-0 2:45 into the third period while Tim Shea would make 3-0 midway through.   Jackson Brewer would strike for his second goal of the game with 7:55 remaining in the game to make it 4-0.   Elie Vered would get his second of the game as well coming in the empty net style.   It was till two seconds left in the game till the Cardinals would finally get on the board as points-leader Connor Toomey would find the back of the net.   Plattsburgh State goalie Brady Rouleau made 25 on 29 shots in the losing effort. Trinity goalkeeper Nathaniel Heilbron made 40 saves only allowing one goal all night.   With the loss Plattsburgh State finishes the 2014-15 season at 20-6-2.   It was the first time the Cardinals ever played at Trinity winning the prior three matches all in the Stafford Ice Arena.

March 7: The Plattsburgh State men's hockey team finished the regular season as 2014-15 regular season champions beating out Oswego State by one point and then Saturday defeated the Lakers by one goal, 2-1, to become the 2015 SUNYAC Champions.   The games intensity started out high but the scoring did not, as the first 20 minutes didn't solve anything with neither team finding the back of the net.   However, the second period would feature all the fireworks as all three goals happened in the middle frame.   First was Connor Toomey tipping home a Brandon Beadow shot from the point on the power play to give the Cardinals a 1-0 lead.   The lead wouldn't last long as Oswego scored on a rebound goal to tie things back up. Morgan Bonner would collect the puck off an initial shot by Krystian Yorke.   As time was winding down Connor Gorman would recapture the lead for the Cardinals making it 2-1. Gorman was setup by Toomey who sent a perfect cross slot pass to Gorman for the one-timer.   With five shots in the third period, Oswego State was unable to find a second equalizer.   Cardinal goaltender Brady Rouleau finished the night with 17 saves on 18 shots while Oswego State goalie Matt Zawadzki finished with 22 saves on 24 attempts.   Zawadzki, Brandon Adams and Stephen Johnson were announced to the SUNYAC All-Tournament team for the Lakers while Connor Gorman, Brandon Beadow and tournament MVP Connor Toomey rounded out the team for the Cardinals.   This is the Cardinals league-high 22 SUNYAC Championship. The last time the Cardinals hoisted the trophy was in 2012 when they beat these very Lakers.   With the win Plattsburgh State moved to 20-5-2 on the season and claimed an automatic bid into the NCAA Division III Men's Ice Hockey Tournament. The NCAA selection show is Monday at 10:30 when the Cardinals will find out where and when they will be playing.
 

suny Potsdam battles to 1-1 O.T. tie with #1 SUNY genesEo

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SUNY Potsdam goalie Brendan McMemmen (29) makes the diving save, blocking a shot from a SUNY Geneseo forward to keep the game tied 0-0 midway through the first period.  The Bears tied the game midway through the third period and held on to tie the SUNYAC leader 1-1 in overtime. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Potsdam’s Jake Martin (12) looks to score a wrap around goal, However, SUNY Canton goaltender Josh Erickson (35) makes the kick save to keep the game 3-0 in favor of the Kangaroos in the second period.  

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January 26: Senior assistant captain Dylan Vander Esch (San Jose, Calif./Hartford Wolfpack) erased a 1-0 third period deficit with a shorthanded breakaway to help the SUNY Potsdam men's hockey team (7-8-4, 3-6-1) forge a 1-1 tie with No. 8 SUNY Geneseo (12-4-3, 7-2-3 on Bear Pride Night. Bears senior goalie Brendan McMenimen (Merrimack, Mass./Islanders Hockey Club) was outstanding with 38 saves.   The first period was played physically and at a quick pace. The first great scoring opportunity came at about the 12:30 mark. After a shot from the point was blocked in front of the Bears net, Knights sophomore Andrew Romano (Drexel Hill, Pa./Johnstown Tomahawks) fired the loose puck on goal. McMenimen managed to knock the puck out of danger with his left pad. Geneseo finally broke through at the 18:37 mark as sophomore forward Conlan Keenan (Penfield, N.Y./Jersey Hitmen) finished a perfect pass in the slot. The Bears best chances of the period came in the final seconds as freshman forward Brett Horn (Cary, N.C./Humbolt Broncos) nearly jammed the puck past Knights junior goalie Devin McDonald (Calgary, Alberta./Camrose Kodiaks). However, McDonald held on and Geneseo led 1-0 after one period.   The second period featured more clean, physical and fast play. Geneseo outshot the Bears 12-11, but McMenimen and McDonald combined to pitch a shutout in the middle 20 minutes. With about eight minutes left McDonald stopped a blast from Potsdam senior forward Joey Gilhooly (Brooklyn, N.Y./New York Bobcats). He then robbed Horn on the rebound to preserve the lead.   Geneseo entered the third period down a man, but was able to kill the penalty. The Knights followed up with a couple chances in close, but McMenimen handled them without a problem. At the 12:35 mark, the Bears were called for a cross check and Geneseo nearly extended its lead. With just under six minutes to play, junior forward Arthur Gordon (Edmonton, Alberta/Sherwood Park Crusaders) tested McMenimen twice from the top of the crease, but again the goaltender came up big. Seconds later, Vander Esch stole the puck in Potsdam's zone, went the length of the ice and beat McDonald for the shorthanded equalizer. The Knights outshot the Bears 13-6 in the third, but the score was knotted at 1-1 at the end of regulation.   Each team had a chance to win it in overtime. Gilhooly ripped a shot into McDonald's gut from the right side of the net at the 2:30 mark. With just over a minute left, Romano tried to jam a wraparound past McMenimen's right pad, but had no luck.   McDonald stopped 26 shots.   Geneseo outshot the Bears 39-27 and went 0-for-2 on the power play. Potsdam was 0-for-1 on the man advantage.  

January 20: Morrisville State (6-10, 3-7 SUNYAC) defeated the SUNY Potsdam men's hockey team (7-8-3, 3-6 SUNYAC) 6-1 on Saturday night. Six different Mustangs scored in the contest. Freshman forward Brett Horn (Cary, N.C./Humboldt Broncos) scored for the Bears.   As in last night's game, Morrisville scored twice in the opening period. Aidan Connolly put the Mustangs up for good with a goal at the 3:25 mark and Nick DeVito struck at 14:12.   Morrisville added three more in the second period, all the goals coming in a 3:03 span. Nick Sacco made it 3-0 at 15:15. Ian Wood scored at 17:16 and Rick Eberhart extended the lead to 5-0 at 18:18.   CJ Stubbs tacked on a sixth goal on the power play at 2:09 of the third period. Horn broke up the shutout at the 5:11 mark with assists from sophomore forward Bryce Ferrell (Buffalo, N.Y./Buffalo Jr. Sabres) and freshman forward Jacob Juron (Latham, N.Y./South Shore Kings).   Senior goalie Brendan McMenimen (Merrimack, Mass./Islander Hockey Club) made 23 saves on the night. Jared Young stopped 30 shots for the win.   Potsdam outshot Morrisville 31-29 and was 0-for-7 on the power play. The Mustangs were 1-for-6 on the man advantage.


 


SUNY Potsdam goaltender Jon Hall (32) makes an outstanding kick save with his right pad to deny SUNY Fredonia’s Blake Forslund (10) of a goal. The Blue Devils took a 2-1 lead after the first period, but the Bears stormed back to take a 4-3 lead in the second period. Fredonia scored early in the third, resulting in a 4-4 tie. (Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2018

Men's Hockey
Maine 4, St. Lawrence University 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 6, Montreal 3

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2018

Men's Hockey
Penn State 5, Clarkson 1
Maine 3, St. Lawrence University 1
Women's Hockey
Boston College 2, St. Lawrence University 1

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2018

Men's Hockey
Penn State 4, Clarkson 3
Women's Hockey
Boston College 2, St. Lawrence University 1

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2018

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Guelph 3
Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 1, New Hampshire 0 (OT)
Clarkson 4, Robert Morris 3

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 5, 2018

Women's Hockey
New Hampshire 1, St. Lawrence Univ. 1 (OT/Tie)
Clarkson 4, Robert Morris 2

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2018

Women's Hockey
Robert Morris 3, St. Lawrence University 2
Clarkson 5, Bemidji 3

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 2018

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Bemidji 1
St. Lawrence University 2, Robert Morris 0

 

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 2018

Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 4, Ottawa University 0

 

END OF 2017-2018 HOCKEY SEASON

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 2018

Men's Hockey
NCAA Division I East Regional Semifinal
Providence 1, Clarkson 0

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 18, 2018

NCAA Women's Hockey Championship- Minneapolis
Clarkson 2, Colgate 1 (OT)

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 2018

ECAC Men's Hockey Championship
Princeton 2, Clarkson 1 (OT)
NCAA Women's Division III Consolation
Hamline 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 4 (OT)

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 2018

ECAC Men's Hockey Semifinal - Lake Placid
Clarkson 5,. Harvard 4 (OT)
NCAA Women's Division I Semifinal - Minneapolis
Clarkson 1, Ohio State 0 (OT)
NCAA Women's Division III Semifinal - Northfield VT
Elmira College 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (2OT)

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 2018

Men's ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals
Clarkson 5, Colgate 1 (Clarkson wins series 2-1)

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 2018

Men's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals at Cheel Arena - Game 2

Clarkson 3, Colgate 0 (series tied 1-1)
Women's Hockey
NCAA Division I Quarterfinal

Clarkson 2, Mercyhurst 1 (OT)
NCAA Division III Quarterfinal
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Middlebury 1

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 2018

Men's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals at Cheel Arena - Game 1
Colgate 2, Clarkson 1 (Colgate leads series 1-0)

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 2018

Men's Hockey
ECAC Opening Round - Game 3 of 3
Dartmouth 2, St. Lawrence 1 (Dart. wins series 2-1)
Women's Hockey
ECAC Championship
Clarkson 3, Colgate 0

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 2018

Men's Hockey
ECAC Opening Round - Game 2 OF 3
St. Lawrence Univ. 4, Dartmouth 2 (Series tied 1-1)
Women's Hockey
ECAC Semifinal

Clarkson 4 ,St. Lawrence 2
ACAA Semifinal
Endicott 4, SUNY Canton 0

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 2018

Men's Hockey
ECAC Opening Round - Game 1 of 3
Dartmouth 2, St. Lawrence University 1

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2018

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Quinnipiac 2
Princeton 4, St. Lawrence University 3
Women's Hockey
NEWHL Semifinals
SUNY Canton 2, Becker 0
SUNYAC Semifinals
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Potsdam 1
ECAC Quarterfinals - Game 2
Clarkson 4, Yale 1 (Clarkson wins series 2-0)
St. Lawrence Univ. 2, Quinnipiac 1 (SLU wins 2-0)

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2018

Men's Hockey
Princeton 3 Clarkson 3 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 3, Quinnipiac 2
Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals - Game 1 of 3
Clarkson 10, Yale 1
St. Lawrence University 3, Quinnipiac 1

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNYAC Quarterfinals
Buffalo State 4, SUNY Potsdam 3
SUNY Fredonia 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 1,SUNY Oswego 0
SUNY Cortland 4, SUNY Potsdam 1
Harvard 5, Clarkson 2
Dartmouth 3, St. Lawrence University 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Oswego 4, SUNY Potsdam 2
SUNY Canton 3, Johnson & Wales 3 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 5, Dartmouth 0
Clarkson 3, Harvard 1

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 1, SUNY Oswego 0
Dartmouth 3, Clarkson 2
Harvard 5, St. Lawrence University 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 2, SUNY Cortland 2 (OT/Tie)

Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Oswego 1
Clarkson 4, Dartmouth 0
Harvard 2, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Canton 2, Johnson & Wales 1

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2018

Men's Hockey
Bryn Athyn 2, SUNY Canton 0
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Potsdam 0

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2018

Men's Hockey
Colgate 4, Clarkson 4 (OT/Tie)
Cornell 1, St. Lawrence University 0
SUNY Potsdam 3, Buffalo State 2
SUNY Canton 2, Bryn Athyn 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Fredonia 2
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 2, Quinnipiac 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Potsdam 0
St. Lawrence University 3, Princeton 2
Becker 4, SUNY Canton 1

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 2018

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 0, Cornell 0 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 5, Colgate 2
SUNY Fredonia 2, SUNY Potsdam 2 (OT)
Buffalo State 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
Women's Hockey
Princeton 2, Clarkson 0
St. Lawrence University 1, Quinnipiac 1 (OT/Tie)
Becker 1, SUNY Canton 0

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2018

Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 4, SUNY Canton 1

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Geneseo 7, SUNY Canton 1
Princeton 4, Clarkson 3
Quinnipiac 5, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 1, SUNY Potsdam 0
Women's Hockey
Endicott 6, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Oswego 2
St. Lawrence University 5, Brown 1
Clarkson 2, Yale 1

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Geneseo 7, SUNY Canton 0
Princeton 5, St. Lawrence University 4  (OT)
Quinnipiac 4, Clarkson 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Brown 0
St. Lawrence University 4, Yale 2
Endicott 2, SUNY Canton 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Oswego 2

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 2018

Men's Hockey
Norwich 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Syracuse 1
Hamilton 3, SUNY Potsdam 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 2, Middlebury 1

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 27, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Cortland 2, SUNY Canton 1
St. Lawrence University 1, Yale 0
Clarkson 2, Brown 2 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Potsdam 5, SUNY Brockport 3
SUNY Geneseo 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 4
Women's Hockey
SUNY Canton 1, SUNY Morrisville 1 (OT/Tie)
Clarkson 5, Colgate 3
Cornell 4, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Cortland 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 2018

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Yale 1
St. Lawrence University 3, Brown 2
SUNY Canton 4, SUNY Cortland 2
SUNY Geneseo 1, SUNY Potsdam 1 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Brockport 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Cortland 1, SUNY Potsdam 0 (OT)
SUNY Morrisville 2, SUNY Canton 1
Clarkson 4, Cornell 3
Colgate 5, St. Lawrence University 2

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 2018

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 2, Amherst 2 (OT/Tie)

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 21, 2018

Men's Hockey
Hamilton 2, SUNY Canton 1

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 20, 2018

Men's Hockey
Dartmouth 3, Clarkson 2
Harvard 3, St. Lawrence University 3 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Morrisville 6, SUNY Potsdam 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 8, Dartmouth 1
St. Lawrence University 3, Harvard 0
Salem State 3, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Cortland 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Canton 6, Kings 1
Harvard 6, Clarkson 6 (OT/Tie)
Dartmouth 3, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNY Morrisville 6, SUNY Potsdam 4
Women's Hockey
SUNY Canton 5, Salem 1
Clarkson 3, Harvard 1
St. Lawrence University 4, Dartmouth 0
Buffalo State 3, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 14, 2018

SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Oswego 1

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 2018

Men's Hockey
Utica 5, SUNY Potsdam 4
Williams 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
Clarkson 3, RPI 0
Union 5, St, Lawrence University 4
Women's Hockey

SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Buffalo State 0
Clarkson 7, Union 3
St. Lawrence University 5, RPI 1
SUNY Cortland at SUNY Canton, ppd. to 1/16

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Canton 3, Johnson & Wales 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Middlebury2
RPI 2, St. Lawrence University 1 (OT)
Clarkson 4, Union 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, RPI 2 (OT)
St. Lawrence University 4, Union 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Buffalo State 0
SUNY Oswego 4, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 11, 2018

Women's Hockey
SUNY Cortland 2, SUNY Canton 1

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 10, 2018

Men's Hockey
Stevenson 4, SUNY Canton 1

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 2018

Men's Hockey
Nazareth College 3, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Potsdam 2, Castleton 2 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 2, Hamilton 1

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 2018

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Elmira 0

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 2018

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Norwich 2

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 6, 2018

Men's Hockey
Nazareth 5, SUNY Potsdam 3
St. Lawrence University 4, Canisius 1

Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 3, Lindenwood 2 (OT)
Manhattanville 4,SUNY Canton 2

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 2018

Men's Hockey
Chatham 2, SUNY Canton 2 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Potsdam 2, Nazareth 2 (OT/Tie)

St. Lawrence University 4, Canisius 4 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Tufts 0
Women's Hockey

Lindenwood 5, St. Lawrence University 4

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 2018

Men's Hockey
SUNY Canton 6, Chatham 2

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 2018

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Canisius 0

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 2017

Men's Hockey - UVM Tournament
St. Lawrence 3, UMass Lowell 0 (championship)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2017

Men's Hockey - UVM Tournament
St. Lawrence University 3, Vermont 2 (semifinal)

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 2017

Men's Hockey
SUNY Canton 1, Castleton 1 (OT/Tie)

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNY Fredonia 5, SUNY Canton 2

SUNY Cortland 4, SUNY Potsdam 2
SUNY Oswego 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4, RPI 1
St. Lawrence University 5, Union 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Trinity 0
SUNY Canton 1, Univ. of New England 1 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Potsdam 3, New England College 0

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Fredonia 5, SUNY Canton 1
SUNY Oswego 7, SUNY Potsdam 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, SUNY Cortland 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Canton 3, University of New England 0
Clarkson 5, Union 1
St. Lawrence University 1, RPI 0

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2017

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Syracuse 0

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2017

Men's Hockey
SUNY Fredonia 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 4
Buffalo State 5, SUNY Potsdam 0
SUNY Morrisville 5, SUNY Canton 3
Clarkson 5, Canisius 1
Women's Hockey
Buffalo State 3, SUNY Canton 0
Clarkson 4, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2017

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 4, SUNY Fredonia 2
Buffalo State 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
SUNY Morrisville 5, SUNY Canton 3
Women's Hockey
Buffalo State 6, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, SUNY Potsdam 0

 

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 2017

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 2, St. Lawrence University 1

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2017

Men's Hockey
Saratoga Springs Tournament
SUNY Fredonia 5, SUNY Canton 4 (OT/consolation)
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh Tournament

Elmira 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (championship)

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 2017

Men's Hockey
Friendship Four Tournament in Dublin, Ireland
Clarkson 4, Providence 2
Middlebury Tournament

Plattsburgh 4, Lawrence University 2 (champonship)
Saratoga Springs Tournament
Hamilton 3, SUNY Canton 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh Tournament
SUNY Plattsburgh 1, Adrian 0 (semifinal)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2017

Men's Hockey
Friendship Four Tournament in Dublin, Ireland
Clarkson 2, RPI 0
Middlebury Tournament
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Norwich 1

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2017

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 5, Elmira 3
Women's Hockey
Utica 4, SUNY Canton 1

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2017

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Oswego 0

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Cornell 0

Colgate 3, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Princeton 0
St. Lawrence University 4, Quinnipiac 2
SUNY Potsdam 5, SUNY Morrisville 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Oswego 0

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Colgate 2
Cornell 6, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Canton 6, SUNY Brockport 3
Women's Hockey
Quinnipiac 3, Clarkson 2 (OT)
St. Lawrence University 4, Princeton 4 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Canton 5, Salem State 1
SUNY Potsdam 2, SUNY Morrisville 1

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Yale 1
Brown 3, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Oswego 3, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Potsdam 6, SUNY Brockport 4
SUNY Geneseo 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4,University of Vermont 0
Boston College 6, St. Lawrence University 3
SUNY Potsdam 1, SUNY Cortland 1 (OT/Tie)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Brown 3
Yale 6, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Geneseo 5, SUNY Potsdam 2
SUNY Brockport 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 2
Women's Hockey
University of Vermont 3 Clarkson 2
St. Lawrence University 2, Boston College 1
SUNY Cortland 2, SUNY Potsdam 1 (OT)

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2017

Women's Hockey
Norwich 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3
 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Union 2
St. Lawrence University 4, RPI 4 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, SUNY Morrisville 0
SUNY Potsdam 5, SUNY Canton 2
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, SUNY Cortland 1
Clarkson 11, Brown 1
St. Lawrence University 3, Yale 2
SUNY Potsdam 2, Buffalo State 1
SUNY Canton 6, Nichols 0

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 6, RPI 0
Union 3, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Canton 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 12, SUNY Morrisville 4
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Cortland 0
Nichols College 2, SUNY Canton 1
Clarkson 4, Yale 0
St. Lawrence University 6, Brown 3
Buffalo State 3, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 2017

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 5, St. Michaels 2
SUNY Canton 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 3
Minnesota 2, Clarkson 1
St. Lawrence University 6, Wisconsin 3
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 6, Cornell 0
St. Lawrence University 3, Colgate 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, St. Michaels 1
SUNY Canton 4, Plymouth 1

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2017

Men's Hockey
Minnesota 3, Clarkson 1
Wisconsin 4, St. Lawrence University 2
St. Michaels 3, SUNY Potsdam 3 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
Colgate 4, Clarkson 3 (OT)
Cornell 3, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, St. Michaels 0

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Providence 0
UMass Lowell 5, St. Lawrence University 0
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 6, St. Lawrence University 1

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2017

Men's Hockey
Providence 6, St. Lawrence University 5 (OT)
UMass Lowell 3, Clarkson 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4, St. Lawrence University 2

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 2017

Men's Hockey
North Dakota 6, St. Lawrence University 1
Clarkson 4, Western Michigan 2
Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 0, Merrimack 0 (OT/Tie)
Clarkson 2, Penn State 0

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 2017

Men's Hockey
North Dakota 2, St. Lawrence University 1
Clarkson 2, Western Michigan 2 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 2, Merrimack 1
Clarkson 2, Penn State 0

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Michigan 0
Penn State 4, St. Lawrence University 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Bemidji State 4
St. Lawrence University 1, Mercyhurst 1 (OT/Tie)

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 2, Penn State 1
Michigan 3, St. Lawrence University 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 2, Bemidji State 0
St. Lawrence University 4, Mercyhurst 1

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, University of Guelph 3 (exhibition)
McGill 3, St. Lawrence 2 (exhibition)
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Northeastern 1
St. Lawrence 3, McGill 1

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2017

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 1, Northeastern 1 (OT/Tie)

 

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2017

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, University of Guelph 3

 

END OF 2016-2017 HOCKEY SEASON

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 19, 2017

Women's Hockey
NCAA Division I Frozen Four Championship
Clarkson 3, Wisconsin 0
NCAA Division III Championship
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Adrian 3

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 2017

Women's Hockey
NCAA Division I Frozen Four
Clarkson 4, University of Minnesota 3
NCAA Division III Semifinal
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Norwich 0

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 12, 2017

Men's Hockey - Best of 3 Series
Cornell 2, Clarkson 1 (Cornell wins series 2-1)
Quinnipiac 3, St. Lawrence 2 (Qpac wins series 2-1)

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 11, 2017

Men's Hockey - Best of 3 Series
Cornell 2, Clarkson 1 (series tied 1-1)
Quinnipiac 3, St. Lawrence 2 (series tied 1-1)
Women's Hockey - NCAA Quarterfinals

Boston College 6, St. Lawrence 0
Clarkson 3, Cornell 1

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 2017

Men's Hockey - Best of 3 Series
Clarkson 6, Cornell 2 (Clarkson leads 1-0)
St. Lawrence 2, Quinnipiac 0 (SLU leads 1-0)

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 5, 2017

Women's Hockey
ECAC Championship at Cheel Arena
Clarkson 1, Cornell 0

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 4, 2017

Men's Hockey
ECAC Opening ROund
Clarkson 4, RPI 2 (Clarkson wins series 2-0)
Women's Hockey
ECAC Final Four at Cheel Arena
Clarkson 4, Princeton 0
Cornell 3, St. Lawrence University 1
Colonial Hockey Semifinals
SUNY Morrisville 4, SUNY Canton 2

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 2017

Men's Hockey
ECAC Opening Round (Game 1 of 3)
(#6) Clarkson 7, (#11) RPI 4

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2017

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 6, Dartmouth 4
Harvard 6, St. Lawrence University 3
SUNYAC Semifinals
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Fredonia 2
Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals (Game 2 of 3)
Clarkson 5, RPI 2 (Clarkson wins 2-0)
St. Lawrence University 4, Yale 0 (SLU wins 2-0)

ACAA Semifinal
SUNY Canton 2, Becker 1

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2017

Men's Hockey
Harvard 4, Clarkson 1
St. Lawrence University 5, Dartmouth 4
Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals (Game 1 of 3)
Clarkson 4, RPI 1
St. Lawrence University 4, Yale 1

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2017

Women's Hockey - ECAC West Quarterfinals
Buffalo 4, SUNY Potsdam 0

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2017

Women's Hockey
Elmira College 6, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2017

Men's Hockey
SUNY Brockport 8, SUNY Plattsburgh 4
Clarkson 3, Cornell 3 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 1, Colgate 1 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Geneseo 8, SUNY Potsdam 0
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Buffalo State 3 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 3, Colgate 0
Clarkson 5, Cornell 4 (OT)
Elmira 3, SUNY Potsdam 1
SUNY Canton 4, Stevenson 2

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2017

Men's Hockey
Cornell 4, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNY Brockport 8, SUNY Potsdam 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 1, SUNY Geneseo 0
Clarkson 3, Colgate 0
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Colgate 2
St. Lawrence University 2, Cornell 2 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Canton 4, Stevenson 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Buffalo 0

NCSN Women's College Hockey

clarkson DOES IT AGAIN! O.T. WIN FOR NCAA CHAMPIONSHIP!

Knights Women's Stories | Schedule/Results | Rosters


 The Clarkson University Golden Knights celebrate winning the ECAC Hockey Championship for the second year in a row. The Golden Knights defeated Colgate in a 3-0 shut out for the victory. Clarkson now advances into the NCAA Division I Tournament where they successfully defended their National Championship with three straight overtime wins, 2-1 vs. Mercyhurst in the quaterfinal, 1-0 vs. Ohio State in the semifinal and 2-1 vs. Colgate for their second-straight national championship!   (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Michaela Pejzlova (7) blasts a wrist shot past Mercyhurst goalie Kennedy Blair (29) to score the game tying goal in midway through the third period 1-1. The Golden Knights and the Lakers battled to a 1-1 tie to end regulation. Clarkson’s Elizabeth Giguere scored the game winning goal late in the first overtime period sending the Golden Knights back into the NCAA Frozen Four with the 2-1 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery  

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March 17: Clarkson University solidified its spot as the leading team in NCAA Division I Women's Hockey on Sunday afternoon in Minneapolis, MN by defeating ECAC Hockey rival Colgate 2-1 in overtime in the 2018 National Championship game at Ridder Arena. Winners of back-to-back Frozen Four titles and with three National Championships in the last five years, the Golden Knights have secured a place among the most dominant programs in the history of NCAA Division I Women's Hockey. Freshman sensation Elizabeth Giguere (Quebec City, QUE) scored the game-winner on a great individual effort for an unassisted goal at 7:55 of the extra session, ending the Knights' third straight NCAA Tournament overtime game after 67:55. Giguere, a Second-Team All-American and ECAC Hockey Rookie of the Year, closed out her spectacular freshman campaign with her 27th goal of the season. The play on which the game-winning goal came started with a blocked shot by Rhyen McGill. The puck cleared the zone to two Colgate players, but Giguere outmuscled the Raiders' Shelby Wood near center ice, stealing the puck away and using her right arm as a shield to ward off Wood. The defenseman attempted to use her stick to slow down Giguere, who fell briefly to one knee, but she got up and quickly collected herself enough to put multiple moves on Colgate goaltender Julia Vandyk, finally finishing her play with a backhand.  Clarkson, which defeated Mercyhurst 2-1 after 76:52 minutes of play in the quarterfinal round and Ohio State 1-0 after 76:12 of play in Friday's semifinal game, closed out the most impressive season in the 15-year history of the highly successful program with a 36-4-1 record. The Green and Gold also were co-champions in the ECAC Hockey regular season with a 19-3 league mark and won their second consecutive conference championship title by shutting out Colgate 3-0 on March 4 at Cheel Arena. The Knights came out strong and confident to start their second consecutive championship game appearance and controlled large segments of the first period, outshooting Colgate 15-10 through the opening 20 minutes. Clarkson grabbed the lead with 3:11 remaining on a goal by junior Cassidy Vinkle (Belleville, ONT). Junior Kelly Mariani (Mississauga, ONT), who had to be helped off the ice after a big center-ice collision earlier in the period, started the play. Mariani picked up a loose puck in the neutral zone and fed a pass to Vinkle on an odd-man rush. An assistant captain, Vinkle ripped a shot from the top of the left circle that went bar down for her fourth goal of the season. Colgate enjoyed the better of the play in the middle frame, outshooting the Green and Gold 11-8. The Raiders tied the game at 2:27 of the period when Malia Schneider capitalized on a 2-on-1 opportunity down low. Clarkson outshot the Raiders 13-7 in the third period, but could not put the game away in regulation despite several good scoring opportunities. Tournament Most Outstanding Player, Clarkson senior goaltender Shea Tiley (Owen Sound, ONT) posted 27 saves on 28 shots for her second straight NCAA Championship win. Tiley, a First-Team All-American, closed out her star-studded collegiate career as the Knights' all-time winningest goaltender with 114 career victories.
NCAA.com video highlights of Clarkson's Championship Win
Youtube video of Championship postgame press conferences
Clarkson Postgame quotes (pdf)
2018 Frozen Four Championship Notes (pdf)

March 16: The first ever meeting between Clarkson and Ohio State turned into an instant classic as the Golden Knights defeated the Buckeyes 1-0 in overtime of the semifinals of the NCAA Frozen Four on Friday evening at Ridder Arena. Clarkson, with a record of 35-4-1, will face off against ECAC Hockey rival Colgate in Sunday's National Championship Game at 3:00 EDT. The Knights and Raiders played in the ECAC Hockey Tournament Championship Game on March 4 at Cheel Arena with the Green and Gold skating to a 3-0 victory. NCAA.com video highlights Clarkson semifinal press conference quotes (pdf) Semifinal Press Conferences Top-3 Patty Kazmaier Finalist, junior left wing Loren Gabel (Kitchener, ONT) ended the fifth-longest game in Clarkson history at 16:12 of overtime sending the defending National Champions back to the NCAA title game for the second consecutive year and for the third time in the program's 15-year history. Gabel finished off assists from linemates, freshman right wing Elizabeth Giguere (Quebec City, QUE) and sophomore center Michaela Pejzlova (Pardubice, Czech Republic), flipping in her 36th goal of the season, ending the hard-fought battle after 76:12 of intense action. Senior Shea Tiley (Owen Sound, ONT) was outstanding, posting 41 saves, just one stop shy of her career high. In a scoreless first period, the Knights outshot the Buckeyes 11-8 and had excellent scoring opportunities by junior Kelly Mariani (Mississauga, ONT) and Giguere (Quebec City) turned aside by OSU's goaltender Kassidy Sauve. Clarkson came out with flurry to start the second, but the Buckeyes withstood the early pressure and held an 11-8 shot advantage in the middle frame. Ohio State had an apparent goal waved off with 7:27 remaining in the period, but a Buckeye penalty negated the play. Pejzlova had a chance for the game's first goal with a shot in front with just over two minutes remaining in the stanza, but once again the Knights were denied. Not for lack of opportunities, but the game remained scoreless through the third frame. Tiley was at her best, equally her career-high for saves in a period as the Buckeyes outshot the Green and Gold 18-7 in the stanza. Clarkson went 0-of-4 on the power, including one man-advantage early in the extra session. The Buckeyes (24-11-4) went 0-of-2 on the power play.  Clarkson plays Colgate in an all-ECAC national championship.  Colgate edged Wisconsin 3-2 in double overtime in the other semifinal.

March 10: Freshman Elizabeth Giguere scored on a backhand shot late in overtime to help lead the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team to a 2-1 overtime victory over Mercyhurst University in the NCAA Quarterfinals in front of 1383 fans Saturday afternoon at Cheel Arena. The Golden Knights advanced to their third straight Frozen Four and fourth overall with the win. Clarkson, 34-4-1, will take on Ohio State, 24-10-4, in the semifinals next Friday in Minneapolis, MN. Mercyhurst saw its season end at 18-15-4. Giguere's game-winner helped Clarkson avoid becoming the first top-seeded team to lose in the NCAA Quarterfinals. The goal seemingly came out of nowhere as what appeared to be a harmless turnover in the opposite end led to two quick passes to Giguere close to the Mercyhurst goal. Savannah Harmon picked up a loose puck near the boards and sent a long pass up to Pejzlova close to the blue line. The sophomore center then tipped a pass forward to Giguere, who held on to the puck instead of dishing it back to Pejzlova, surprising Mercyhurst's Kennedy Blair. The Lakers goaltender looked to protect the near post, but Giguere was patient enough to get slide in front for a backhanded shot into a mostly unguarded net at the 16:52 mark of overtime. An energetic crowd had a lot to cheer for in the early going, but no results followed. Mercyhurst was whistled for a high sticking penalty just 23 seconds into the first period, but the Knights could muster just three total shots, with only one soft shot on net getting through. Five minutes later, Clarkson was on the power play once again, but got nothing out of the extra-skater except for a Savannah Harmon attempt from between the red and blue lines. After a brief four-on-four, the Lakers found themselves with a power play chance, but they, too, came up empty, with only one shot making it through, and that was a shot that was redirected off the boards. Midway through the first period, Clarkson began to assert itself offensively, getting four solid chances in three minutes. Rhyen McGill had a good look up close, but her backhand went wide, and Josiane Pozzebon's hard wrist shot from the top of the near circle also went wide. Ninety seconds after McGill's attempt, Elizabeth Giguere sidestepped a defender in front but her direct shot was denied. A minute later, an Amanda Titus wrister was also saved. Late in the period, Mercyhurst was nicked for its third penalty, a hooking call, with 45.8 seconds to go. The Lakers held Clarkson to just one attempt on net and escaped the first period still in a scoreless tie with the Knights. At the start of the second period, Clarkson nearly broke the shutout with some passes through the crease, but both could not find their intended target on the opposite side. Just a minute in, a slow moving pass from Loren Gabel floated over to Elizabeth Giguere on the opposite side of the crease, but the pace of the puck had her timing off and Giguere missed the net all together. Three-plus minutes later it was Giguere that sent a pass through the crease to linemate Michaela Pejzlova, but the sophomore was moving too fast and couldn't gather the puck for a solid shot. Most of the second period saw blocked shots or soft attempts turned aside easily, but Mercyhurst finally broke through late in the frame. Emma Nuutinen picked up the puck near the boards just inside the blueline and sent a pass to defenseman Molly Blasen at the point. Blasen took a hard shot that made it through most of the traffic, and the attempt was then redirected by Brooke Hartwick, who was standing just outside the crease. The puck trickled over the goal line to give the Lakers a 1-0 lead at the 19:40 mark of the second period. Despite the one-goal deficit through 40 minutes, Clarkson didn't panic and quickly tied things up in the third period. At the 5:17 mark, Mercyhurst was called for a holding penalty, and only 13 seconds into the extra-skater chance, Clarkson knotted the score 1-1 with the goal coming from Pejzlova. Junior Loren Gabel corralled the puck at the bottom of the near circle and sent a pass out to Savannah Harmon at the point. Harmon then slid the puck over to Pejzlova, who took a few steps in and fired a wrist shot past Kennedy Blair. Down the stretch of the third stanza, each team went up and down the ice, but few of their chances made it onto the opponents' goal. The two squads combined for just nine shots on goal in the third, despite Clarkson enjoying a late power play chance. Giguere had one last chance for the Knights in the waning seconds, but her attempt went high and wide. An even overtime saw both teams with a few narrow misses, and Clarkson enjoyed a great chance with about seven minutes remaining when Gabel caused a turnover in the Mercyhurst end and quickly found Giguere with a centering pass, but the freshman's shot was high. That was the best chance in the period until Giguere finished the game with her heroics. Clarkson ended the game with a modest 32-28 advantage in shots. Blair stopped 30 shots and Shea Tiley made 27 saves for the Knights in the victory. The Knights finished 1-for-5 on the power play and the Lakers were scoreless in their extra-skater chance.

comeback falls short for saints; drop 4-2 in Semifinals

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St. Lawrence University’s Nadine Edney (3) skates past two fallen Clarkson defenders for the Saint’s best offensive opportunity during the first period. Clarkson’s Shea Tiley (35) was able to defend the shot, keeping the score 1-0 at the end of one. Teammate Skylar Podvey and Kennedy Marchment were able to find the back of the net, but two goals by Clarkson’s Michaels Pejzlova, one goal by Rhyen McGill, and an open net goal by Loren Gable lead the Golden Knights past the Saints during the ECAC semifinals 4-2. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

 Clarkson’s Amanda Titus (15) and Rhyen McGill (25) have a two on one opportunity against St. Lawrence University’s goalie Sonjia Shelly (31) during the first period. McGill had already scored at this point in the game, opening the first period 1-0. However, the Clarkson woman failed to capitalize on this opportunity, as the shot by Titus was well defended by Shelly. Clarkson’s Michaela Pejzlova scored twice in addition to the McGill goal with an open net goal by Loren Gable. Meanwhile S.L.U’s Skylar Podvey and Kennedy Marchment each found the back of the net, contributing to the Golden Knight’s win over the Saint’s during the ECAC semifinals 4-2. (Troy O’Brien photo) Game Gallery

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November 30: Nadine Edney scored halfway through the third period to get the St. Lawrence University women's hockey team within one goal of Clarkson, but Golden Knight goaltender Shea Tiley shut the door on the comeback attempt as the Saints fell to Clarkson, 2-1, on Thursday night at Cheel Arena in Potsdam. After two scoreless periods, Clarkson took a 1-0 lead when Rhyen McGill crashed the net after a shot from the point by Savannah Harmon. St. Lawrence goaltender Sonjia Shelly knocked the initial shot down with her glove, then went down to cover it when McGill knocked it free and slapped it into the net just over four minutes into the final frame. The fourth-ranked Golden Knights extended the lead to two goals less than three minutes later, as Michaela Pejzolva fed a pass through the neutral zone to create open space for Elizabeth Giguere, who sent a wrist shot from the right circle past Shelly's blocker side. Edney scored her third of the season just over three minutes later, as Potsdam native Kalie Grant wrestled the puck away from a Clarkson defender at the side of the net. Grant fed Edney a pass behind the goal, and Edney skated around the back side of the cage and lifted a backhand over Tiley's leg pad as the goaltender moved from left to right. The Saints, ranked eighth nationally, had several chances to tie the game, but Tiley finished with 11 third-period saves for a game total of 26. Justine Reyes, who leads St. Lawrence with eight goals this season, had the best opportunity to knot the score as Kennedy Marchment found the junior from Chino Hills, California, skating on her right on a 2-on-1, but Tiley moved from right to left to deny Reyes. The Saints also had a number of excellent chances with an extra attacker in the final two minutes. "Shea Tiley was the player of the game, no question," said Saints' head coach Chris Wells '92. "We had a number of scoring chances, especially in the second period, and she kept us from getting the lead. After Edney's goal made it 2-1, we played some of our best hockey and just couldn't get one by her to even the score." The third-period action followed 40 minutes of scoreless hockey that proved to be just as entertaining. Clarkson had a 10-7 edge in shots on goal in the first period and had long stretches of possession in the Saints' zone, but St. Lawrence blocked eight shots and Shelly was perfect to keep the game scoreless. The Scarlet and Brown had a number of scoring chances in the second period, thanks in large part to over seven minutes of power plays. Hannah Miller appeared to score the game's first goal less than a minute into the frame, but the officials immediately ruled that Miller kicked the puck into the net and after a long review, the play stood as called. "I had a nice conversation with the official after that play and he said that he initially ruled that she kicked it into the net and that there wasn't anything in the video replay to overturn that ruling," said Wells. "We have instant replay capability for a reason, and I wish that he had reviewed Clarkson's first goal because to me that looked like goaltender interference. This is a big game between two top-10 teams. Why not take a look? And if it is still a goal after looking at it then there isn't any confusion or question." Miller had another great scoring chance with two point-blank shots with the Saints skating on a power play a little more than six minutes into the period, but Tiley turned both shots aside. Rachael Smith created a 1-on-1 opportunity late in the second period but Tiley was once again up to the task. Less than a minute later, Smith once again had two great scoring chances right in front of the crease, and Nadine Edney followed with a shot on the rebound, but Tiley turned aside all three shots to keep the game scoreless. Clarkson surged with less than a minute to play in the period and Shelly matched Tiley's play with a pair of saves, one with her blocker on Pejzlova, the other with her glove on Kristy Pidgeon. Shelly finished the game with a season high 28 saves, and the Saints blocked 16 shots, including five by Amanda Butterfield. St. Lawrence fell to 7-5-3 overall, 4-2-1 in ECAC Hockey play, while Clarkson improved to 13-3-1, 5-2-0. The two teams will face each other again at 1 p.m. on Saturday at Appleton Arena.
 


St. Lawrence’s Kayla Nielsen (20) nets the puck past a diving Boston College goalie for the Saints' first goal of the game and cutting the BC lead to 2-1.  St. Lawrence fell to Boston College 6-3.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

Boston College gets a breakaway and a shot on the net.

Clarkson goal tender Shea Tiley (35) covers up the puck to make the save stopping the close range shot from St. Lawrence University’s Kaile Grand (8) to keep the Golden Knights in a 2-1 lead midway through the second period. Three unanswered goals in the third period lifted the Golden Knights to a 6-2 victory over the Saints. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY potsdam SURGES IN FIRST PERIOD TO DOWN CANTON 4-1

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SUNY Potsdam’s Jenna Patterson (28) receives a pass from behind the Canton goal and slaps the puck in the back of the net for the Bears' second goal of the game.  The Bears erupted for four quick goals in the final eight minutes of the opening period, then made them stand up for a 4-1 win over the SUNY Canton Roos.  (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery

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Feb. 5: The SUNY Potsdam women's hockey team (11-8-2) scored four goals during a 3:55 span in the first period to defeat SUNY Canton (7-12-2) 4-1 on Tuesday evening. Freshman forward Natalie Wasielewski (Carnegie, Pa./Pittsburgh Penguins Elite), junior forward Jenna Patterson (Boissevain, Manitoba/Westman Wildcats), senior assistant captain Jaci Morr (Monroe, Mich./Team Detroit) and senior forward Taylor Marcellus (Waddington, N.Y./Ontario Hockey Academy) each scored for the Bears.   Wasielewski opened the scoring at the 13:32 mark of the opening period after deflecting a shot from junior defenseman Rylie Murray (Berkley, Mich./Honeybaked) past Kangaroos sophomore goalie Brooke Susac (Bowmanville, Ontario/Clarington Flames). Senior captain Anna-Rose Bertin (Marathon, Ontario/Canadian International Hockey Academy) recorded the second assist on the play. At 15:25, Patterson beat Susac with a pass from Wasielewski on a one-timer to make 2-0. Sophomore forward Lucy Condon (Kitchener, Ontario/Waterloo Ravens) also assisted on the goal. The barrage continued at 17:03, as Morr struck with helpers from Bertin and senior captain Brenna Wilson (Kanata, Ontario/Ottawa Senators). Just 24 seconds later, Marcellus poked the puck away from a Canton defender and went the length of the ice to extend the lead to 4-0. The Bears outshot the Roos 21-6.   Physical play resulted in bunched penalties in the middle of the second period. As a Potsdam penalty expired, Canton senior defenseman Sydney Jordan (Prince George, British Columbia/Northern Capitals) went the length of the ice and beat a screened freshman goalie Samantha White (Oceanside, Calif./Anaheim Lady Ducks) to get the Roos on the board. Canton held a 10-7 advantage in shots in the period.   The teams split just 10 shots evenly in the third period. The Roos prevented the Bears from extending their lead on two power plays in the final 20 minutes. White also kept Canton from closing the gap as she slammed the door on the 4-1 win.   White finished with 20 saves for her sixth career victory. Susac stopped 29 shots on the night.   Potsdam outshot the Roos 33-21 and went 1-for-5 on the power play. Canton was just 0-for-2.   With her performance, White now ranks second in the nation with a .961 save percentage and fourth in goals-against-average at 1.08.

Jan. 30: Hamilton College (11-6-1) avenged an earlier loss to the SUNY Potsdam women's hockey team (10-8-2) with a 3-0 victory on Tuesday evening. Olivia Hawes had a goal and an assist for the Continentals. Bears sophomore goalie Kayla McCabe (Watertown, N.Y./Syracuse Nationals) made career-high 46 saves during the contest.   Hamilton jumped out in front for good at the 4:57 mark of the opening period. Hawes doubled the lead at 12:21 and the Continentals took the 2-0 advantage into the intermission.   Hamilton fired 18 shots on the McCabe in the second period alone, but the sophomore turned every one of them away. While they battled to get their offense going, the Bears killed off the lone power play of the night. Potsdam entered the game tied for fifth in the nation on the penalty kill with a 91.4 percent success rate.   Missy Segall tacked on the third and final goal at 5:17 of the third period. McCabe was solid the rest of the way, making another 18 stops in the final 20 minutes.   Sam Walther made 14 saves for her seventh shutout of the season.

suny CANTON BOWS TO SUNY POTSDAM IN 1ST-PERIOD BLITZ

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SUNY Canton’s Alyssa Suzuki (19) deflects the shot from SUNY Potsdam’s Anna-Rose Bertin to keep the game scoreless early in the first period. (Sam Wangerin photo) Game Gallery 

SUNY Canton forward Ashley Giles (33) blasts a shot onto the SUNY Morrisville goal after breaking away from the Mustangs defense. However, Morrisville’s goalie made the glove save to keep the Kangaroos to a 1-0 lead in the second period. The Mustangs scored two goals in the third period to beat Canton 2-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton junior Hannah Brady (24) scores the fifth goal against Salem late in the third period. Canton won the game 5-1, after scoring three unanswered goals in the final period.  (Jeff Brashich photo)  Game Gallery

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January 26: Ashley Gillies scored her fourth goal in the last three games but a pair of goals from Maddison Devlin lifted visiting Morrisville State to a 2-1 win in Colonial Hockey Conference action on Friday in the Roos House.   The Roos (7-9-1, 3-2-0 CHC) got on the board first with 26 seconds left in a 5-on-3 power play. Sydney Jordan fed the puck from the point to Ashley Gillies at the right circle. She wristed a shot top shelf past the glove of Karoline Arvik. The goal was Gillies fourth in her last three games. The Roos dominated shots 17-7 taking a 1-0 lead into first intermission.   Morrisville (9-7-2, 4-0-1 CHC) evened the game at one as their power play was expiring with 1:46 to play in the middle period. Chyne Kennedy cycled the puck from the far side to Kaitlyn Schlake at the point. Her initial shot was saved by Brooke Susac but Maddison Devlin stuffed home the rebound for her fifth goal of the season. Morrisville outshot the Roos 14-8 in the second period as the team skated to the third period tied at one.   The Mustangs took their first lead of the game at 4:57 of the third period. Maria deWilde cycled the puck behind her own net up the far boards to Mackenzie Lomb who deflected the puck over to Devlin on a break out. The sophomore wristed a shot that snuck by Susac, who appeared to be screened by a defenseman on the play.   Canton pulled the goalie with just over a minute left in the third period and called a timeout but Morrisville held on for the 2-1 win.   Susac made 27 saves for the Roos, while Arvik turned aside 29 shots for Morrisville. The Mustangs were 1-for-3 on the power play, while the Roos went 1-for-4 generating 13 shots.

Nov. 17:  Five different players found the back of the net as SUNY Canton erupted for three scores in the third period to earn a 5-1 win v. Salem State University on Friday in the Roos House.  Katie Ferguson and Tess Adams led the Roos with a goal and assist, while Alyssa Hein notched a pair of assists. Salem State (0-4-1, 0-4-1 Colonial Hockey Conference) jumped out to an early 1-0 lead with a Rose Sullivan power play goal at 11:40 of the first. The Roos (3-1-0, 2-1-0 CHC) responded on Sophia Koenig’s second goal of the season five minutes later. Sydney Jordan and Ferguson earned helpers on the play.  Whitney Bernier gave Canton its first lead of the game with 1:17 remaining in the middle period off passes from Adams and Ashley Gillies. Hannah Brady tallied her first goal of the season and fourth of her career at 6:29 of the third off the setup from Hein.  Ferguson slotted her team-leading third goal of the season on the power play two minutes later as Hein and Micayla Macintyre were credited with assists on the play. Adams added a shorthanded goal with 8:34 remaining for the 5-1 final.  Brooke Susac made 25 saves in the win, while Isabelle Woodward stopped 34 shots for the Vikings.

PLATTSBURGH NIPS ELMIRA 3-2 FOR 2ND STRAIGHT N.C.A.A. TITLE

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SUNY Plattsburgh’s Tyne Gove (11) drills the shot between the kneepads of SUNY Potsdam goalie Alexane Rodrique (30) for the Cardinals’ third goal of the game. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

March 21: The Plattsburgh State women's ice hockey team captured their second-straight and fourth National Championship on Saturday night defeating the Elmira Soaring Eagles 3-2.   Plattsburgh State would take a penalty 6:32 into the game but it was the Cardinals that struck first on a Giovanna Senese breakaway short-hand goal. The Huntley, Ill., native deked forehand before roofing one backhand over Elmira goaltender Kyle Nelson.   Elmira would respond quickly in the second period as 2015 Laura Hurd winner Ashley Ryan would slip one through the legs of Leonard to tie the game 1-1, 1:51 into the middle frame.   Junior, Bridget Balisy would put the Cardinals back on the top 2-1 when she collected a loose puck off an Elmira defenseman in front of the net before making a move beating Nelson five-hole.   The Cardinals would add to their lead making it a 3-1 game when Kayla Meneghin received a cross ice pass right at the bottom of the right circle putting it short side over Nelson.   Elmira wouldn't go down quietly and would take back some of the momentum when Olivia Nystrom beat Leonard just 29 seconds after Plattsburgh State score its third goal.   Elmira would pull their goalie to try to gain the equalizer but the Cardinals defense wouldn't break steering away every Elmira opportunity.   Leonard would make 22 saves on 24 shots while Nelson would make 27 on 30 shots.   The 2015 NCAA All-Tournament team featured Norwich's Kaycie Anderson and UW-River Fall's Paige Johnson. From Elmira was Ashley Ryan and representing Plattsburgh State was Balisy, Leonard and tournament MVP Giovanna Senese.   Plattsburgh State finished 26-2-2 and hoisted its second National Championship in the Stafford Ice Arena in as many seasons.   Elmira ended the season 26-3-1 and in second place.   It was the fifth time Plattsburgh State and Elmira with the Cardinals claiming a slight edge 3-2 on the season.   With the win Plattsburgh State becomes the all-time leader in National Championships claiming its fourth title.

March 20: The Plattsburgh State women's hockey team opened up their quest to defend their 2014 NCAA Division III Women's National Championship with a rematch of last year's title game against Norwich. Plattsburgh State punched its second straight ticket to the national finals by defeating the Cadets 5-2 at the Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena.   The Cardinals got on the board first with an Alyssa Parke power play goal 2:42 into the game. The goal was setup by Bridget Balisy who cycled the puck to Giovanna Sense. Senese then slung the puck back to the top to Parke who was camped in the top of the slot. The 2015 first-team All-American then ripped a slap shot clean through the Norwich and past Cadet goaltender Celeste Robert.   Plattsburgh State was not done as they tallied four-straight goals on Norwich with two in the first and two in the second.   Kayla Meneghin would score her first of two on the day, a short-handed marker 12:14 into the first period. The freshman from Clifton, N.J. joined an odd man rush with Jordan Lipson. Lipson slid the puck cross ice setting up Meneghin who lifted over Robert shoulder short-side.   It was a bit of a strange time in the Stafford Ice Arena as the goal light went on but play continued for several seconds. At the next whistle the officials came together to talk it over before rewarding the Cardinals with the goal.   The second period was more of the same as Plattsburgh State came out with another quick strike just 36 seconds in.    Parke sent another blast towards the net from her point position. The puck careened off the boards to the right of the net, bouncing right to Melissa Sheeran who tapped it in before Robert could slide over in time.    Junior Bridget Balisy would make it 4-0 Cardinals when she sniped one past Robert on a beautiful pass from Lipson.   This would mark the end of Robert's night as she was lifted for Laurie King.   Again, Lipson setup her teammate on a 2-1 rush sliding one across the slot to Balisy who finished it off with her 19 goal of the season.   However, the Cadets would not go down quietly, especially senior forward Kaycie Anderson.   Anderson would score a 5-3 power play goal to get Norwich on the goal. She collected the puck off of several rebounds before finally being able to beat Cardinals goaltender Camille Leonard.   The Maple Plain, Minn., native would strike again in the beginning of the third period to make it 4-2 and give the Cadets a little momentum headed down the final stretch.   But it would not be enough as Plattsburgh State would weather Anderson's - and the Cadets - offensive attack before salting the game away with Meneghin's second of the game provided by the empty net with just 12 seconds left.   Cardinals' goaltender Leonard finished the evening with 22 saves on 24 shots. Robert picked up the loss after allowing the first four goals. King would make all nine saves she faced in 31:17 minutes of action.   With the win Plattsburgh State moves to 25-2-2 on the season and will appear in its second-straight NCAA Division III Women's Ice Hockey National Championship Saturday night at 7 p.m. against the Elmira College Soaring Eagles. It will be the fifth time these two teams have meet in the 2014-15 season.    Norwich falls to the Cardinals for the second-straight time this season.