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 S.L.U. RALLIES TO NIP CLARKSON IN O.T. IN QUARTERFINAL GAME 1

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St. Lawrence’s Tommy Thompson (21) and Clarkson’s Kelly Summers (5) reach in to battle for the free puck while Knights' keeper Greg Lewis (33) protects his goal.  Brian Ward scored teh game winner at 8:12 of overtime to lift St. Lawrence to a 3-2 opening game victory in the best-of-three series.  (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Nic Pierog (20) on is way to score against St. Lawrence goalie Kyle Hayton (27) giving his team a 2-1 lead midway through the second period.  

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March 11: Game one of the best of three ECAC quarterfinal series between St. Lawrence and Clarkson was just what most of the sell-out crowd of 2,561 expected on Friday night. Senior captain Brian Ward put a shot over the shoulder of Clarkson goaltender Greg Lewis and under the crossbar 8:12 into overtime to lift the Saints to a 3-2 win over their archrival and a 1-0 series lead in the best-of-three series. Game two will be played Saturday night at 7. The fourth-seeded Saints battled from behind to secure the series lead as Clarkson scored the only goal of the second period to take a 2-1 lead, but SLU came out strong in the third and tied it on a goal by freshman Jacob Pritchard 6:59 into the third. Lewis and Saint goaltender Kyle Hayton kept it deadlocked through the rest of regulation and well into the extra period. "We got off to a good start with the early goal, but the goal they scored gave them some momentum and I thought they really carried the play through the last part of the first period and through the second," said Saint coach Greg Carvel. "I give a lot of credit to our guys. They really regrouped in the third period and found a way to score a goal. I liked our energy through the third and we could have won it there quickly in overtime, but it is exactly the kind of game I expected. They're a hard team to score against…I thought we did a pretty good job of defensively limiting them, but they do the same." The Saints nearly won it in the opening minute of overtime as Gavin Bayreuther set up a Saint rush and SLU had an empty net to shoot at, but Lewis got a piece of one shot and the Saints missed on a follow-up. Ward scored the winner off a three-on-one rush, taking a pass from Drew Smolcynski and curling into the slot before making Lewis commit and then snapping the shot over his shoulder. It was the 10th of the year for Ward and his fourth game-winning goal  of the year. SLU took an early lead when junior wing Alexander Dahl tipped defenseman Nolan Gluchowski's shot from the point past Lewis 4:57 into the game, but Clarkson battled back and scored when Perry D'Arisso scored his sixth of the year from a tough angle at 14:14. The Golden Knights, who went into overtime in each of their first round wins over Princeton last weekend, took a 2-1 lead at 10:41 of the third when Kelly Summers found Nic Pierog coming out of the penalty box after a minor on Clarkson and Pierog scored his fifth of the season on a breakaway. Pritchard ran his scoring streak to ten games with his eighth of the year to tie it in the third period, putting a rebound of a Ryan Lough shot back past Lewis. Hayton, who went into the game with a 1.15 goals against average and a .965 save percentage in six career starts against Clarkson finished with 40 saves for the Saints while Lewis had 30 for Clarkson which had a 42-33 edge in shots on goal. "The 3-2 score is not surprising," Carvel concluded. "Just a great job by Brian Ward to show great patience and finish there on the winner."
 


St. Lawrence University’s Ben Masella (3) steals the puck away from Clarkson’s Pat Megannety (32) to regain possession in front of the Saints goal.  The Golden Knights strung together three unansewred goal to capture the 3-1 victory over St. Lawrence University. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Jan. 12: St. Lawrence University sophomore goaltender Kyle Hayton was spectacular on Tuesday night, but the rest of the Saints had a tough night as Clarkson snapped a 1-1 tie 6:48 into the third period and tacked on an empty net goal for a 3-1 win over the Saints at Cheel Arena.   It was the third straight loss and fourth in the last five games for the Saints, who have scored just three goals in the three losses while Clarkson won its first ECAC game of the year and improved to 7-1-1 at home. The Knights are now 9-9-2 overall and 1-5-2 in the ECAC while the Saints fall to 10-8-2, 4-3-1 in the league and are facing a tough road trip at Harvard and Dartmouth Friday and Saturday.   While Clarkson built an early advantage in shots on goal, Hayton and the Saint defense kept them at bay and the Saints started to establish some offense with a big flurry with 5:30 left in the opening period. Clarkson defenseman Paul Geiger kept it a scoreless game when he made a diving block on a shot by Christian Horn with an empty net and  Clarkson goalie Greg Lewis had three saves in the flurry.   The Saints scored the game's first goal as a Clarkson power play expired in the final minute. Ryan Lough and Tommy Thompson headed up ice on a two on one, and Lough held near the top of the right circle and sent a pass across to Thompson who redirected it into the empty side of the net as Lewis was caught at the post at 19:42.1.   "I guess you can say we had some chances to score tonight, but they had a lot more chances and Hayton was really good," said Saint coach Greg Carvel. "We looked like a very tired team and one that was uninspired. It was a very poor effort on our part and it is hard to imagine why in a game against your biggest rival."   "Give them credit, they came out and played with a lot more intensity than we did…we couldn't match it and we didn't use parts of our game that we needed to," Carvel concluded.   Clarkson tied the score 2:16 into the second period as Sam Vigneault scored his seventh of the year when the puck bounced off the end boards and right to him in the short slot, but Hayton kept it an even game with a spectacular second period performance.   The Saint sophomore made 19 saves in the second period including a number of big saves on 1:37 of Clarkson five-on-three power play. He finished the night with 35 saves while Lewis made 26 saves for the Knights.   Vigneault scored his second of the night to win it at 6:48 of the third as he picked up a rebound just outside the crease and poked it back to the far corner after Hayton got a glove on the initial shot, but couldn't cover it up. The Knights scored an empty net goal with 54 seconds left as defenseman Paul Geiger scored his third of the year to wrap it up.

CLARKSON EDGED BY S.L.U. IN O.T. GAME 1 OF QUARTERFINALS

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St. Lawrence’s Tommy Thompson (21) and Clarkson’s Kelly Summers (5) reach in to battle for the free puck while Knights' keeper Greg Lewis (33) protects his goal.  Brian Ward scored teh game winner at 8:12 of overtime to lift St. Lawrence to a 3-2 opening game victory in the best-of-three series.  (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence’s Tommy Thompson (21) and Clarkson’s Kelly Summers (5) reach in to get the free puck while Greg Lewis (33) protects his goal.

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March 11: Playing in its third straight playoff overtime game, the Clarkson University Hockey team came up short falling to St. Lawrence 3-2 in Game 1 of an ECAC Hockey quarterfinal series Friday night at Appleton Arena. The Golden Knights, who stand at 20-14-3, will face off against the Saints (18-13-4) in Game 2 on Saturday at 7:00 p.m. If Clarkson wins the North Country rivals will play again on Sunday in a deciding Game 3. If St. Lawrence wins on Saturday they will advance to the semifinal round of the ECAC Hockey Championship Tournament in Lake Placid on March 18. Postgame audio from Head Coach Casey Jones St. Lawrence, which enjoyed a bye last weekend as the fourth seed, overcame a 2-1 deficit after 40 minutes to win the game. The Saints tied the game early in the third with a goal by Jacob Pritchard during a scramble in front of senior goaltender Greg Lewis at 6:59 and then won it at 8:12 of the extra session with Brian Ward scoring on a 3-on-1. In a fast paced first period the teams were tied 1-1 after 20 minutes with Clarkson doubling up St. Lawrence in shots 14-7. The Saints had an excellent opportunity to take a quick lead when a shot from the point hit the post, got behind Lewis and settled on the goal line just 1:40 into the game before junior defenseman James de Haas clear it out of the crease. St. Lawrence did get on the scoreboard first with a goal off a deflection in front by Alexander Dahl at 4:57. At 14:14, the Knights made it 1-1 when junior Perry D'Arrisso took a pass out of the corner from senior Pat Megannety and fired in a quick shot from the right circle for his sixth goal of the season. de Haas also assisted. Clarkson controlled most of the second period and took the lead midway through the stanza, right after a Clarkson penalty expired. Sophomore Nic Pierog put the Knights on top when he jumped out of the penalty box, took a pass at center ice from classmate, defenseman Kelly Summers and finished off a breakaway with a backhand shot in close for his fifth goal of the season at 10:41. The Saints, who ended up with a 10-8 edge in shots for the period, got some life when they went on the power play late in the stanza. St. Lawrence failed to capitalize on the man-advantage, but tied the game early in the third to force overtime. Clarkson held a 42-33 advantage in shots. Making his 19th straight start in the Clarkson crease Lewis posted 30 saves. Kyle Hayton made 40 stops in the St. Lawrence net. Clarkson went scoreless on its lone power play and killed off all three of the Saints' man-advantage opportunities.



Clarkson’s Jeff DiNallo (29) curls around the Princeton goal, dashing past defender Marlon Sabo (2).  The Golden Knights came back from a 0-2 deficit with a goal just 21 seconds remaining in overtime, then went on to beat Tigers 3-2 with a goal just 1:05 into the second overtime in the ECAC opening round.  Clarkson leads the best-of-three series 1-0.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

Princeton’s Kyle Rankin (19), all by himself on the breakaway, fires the puck toward Golden Knight goalie Greg Lewis (33), who deflects the shot.

March 4: Junior defenseman James de Haas fired in a shot from the right circle 65 seconds into the second overtime to lift the Clarkson University Hockey team to a 3-2 victory over Princeton before 2,376 fans at Cheel Arena in Game 1 of the best-of-three ECAC Hockey first-round series. At 19-13-3 overall, the Golden Knights will face off against Princeton (5-22-3) in Game 2 of the series on Saturday night. With a win Clarkson will move on to the quarterfinal round. If the Tigers win, the two teams will play a deciding Game 3 on Sunday. Postgame audio from Head Coach Casey Jones   The Green and Gold trailed for most of regulation, but forced the extra sessions when their struggling power play finally came to life late in the third period. A lengthy drought on the man-advantage came to an end in a big way for the Knights as they struck twice on the power play to tie the game.   While skating on an abbreviated three-minute major power play Clarkson got on the scoreboard. Sophomore defenseman Kelly Summers connected on a one-timer from the point off a pass from classmate Terrance Amorosa for the Knights' first goal at 13:53 of the third. Junior Jordan Boucher also assisted on the goal which snapped a 0-of-20 scoreless stretch on the power play.   Clarkson went on the power play again when Princeton was called for too many men on the ice at 18:14. During the power play the Knights had their goaltender pulled for the extra attacker, giving them a 6-on-4 advantage. On the penalty kill the Tigers had a chance to seal a win, but a shot down the length off the ice toward the empty net hit off the post with about 30 seconds remaining.   With 21.9 seconds left in regulation Sam Vigneault converted a beautiful diagonal pass from Amorosa and buried a shot from the bottom of the right circle to tie the game 2-2. Boucher picked up his second assist to start the scoring play.   After a scoreless first 20 minute overtime, Clarkson wasted little time in the second extra session to end the game. Senior Jeff DiNallo picked up a loose puck just outside the Princeton zone, skated over the blueline and ripped a shot off the crossbar. de Haas picked up the rebound and scored the game-winner to end the seventh longest game in Clarkson history at 81:05. Princeton, which enjoyed the better of the play in the first period, struck early scoring 5:35 into the playoff contest. Alex Riche scored his second goal of the season, connecting from the left circle after taking a pass out of the corner from Max Veronneau to give the Tigers the early momentum. Princeton, which enjoyed two power-play opportunities in the stanza, outshot the Knights 11-5 through the opening 20 minutes.   The Knights held a 14-8 advantage in shots in the middle frame, but it was Princeton that found the back of the net to take a 2-0 lead.  At 9:46, Ryan Siiro scored from the slot for his fifth goal of the season, finishing off a pass from along the boards by Kyle Rankin.   Clarkson outshot Princeton 46-31, including a 14-7 margin in overtime. Senior Greg Lewis made 29 saves to record his first career playoff win. Colton Phinney posted 43 stops for the Tigers.   Clarkson was 2-of-4 on the power play and killed off all five of Princeton's man-advantage opportunities.
 



Clarkson forward Nic Pierog (20) blocks Arizona State goalie Robert Levin (38) before taking a swipe of the puck on net.  Clarkson scored twice in the second period for a 2-0 lead, then went on to beat Arizona State 4-1 for a weekend sweep.  The Golden Knights won 3-2 on Friday.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

St. Lawrence forward Drew Smolcynski (17) skates behind Clarkson’s goal, looking for a wrap-around shot, chased by defender James de Haas (2).  St. Lawrence beat Clarkson 3-0.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

PLATTSBURGH MEN BEATEN 5-1 IN N.C.A.A. QUARTERFINAL GAME

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SUNY Plattsburgh’s Kevin Emmerling (25) wrists the puck past SUNY Potsdam goalie Shane Talarico. A four-goal second period lifted the nationally-ranked No. 4 SUNY Plattsburgh men's hockey team to a 4-2 win at Potsdam in a SUNYAC contest.  (Shonn Surber photo)  Game Gallery

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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.
 

Potsdam skates to tie with SUNY Cortland 3-3 in OT

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SUNY Potsdam’s Dylan Vander Esch (11) taps the puck into the net past SUNY Cortland goalie Drew Weigman (29) to earn the third goal of the game for the Bears ant to take a 3-1 lead to begin the third period. The Red Dragons scored two goals in the third to bring the game to finish in a 3-3 overtime tie. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Tommy Telesca (9) fires the puck toward Canton goalie Josh Erickson (34) who deflects the shot. The Bears and the Kangaroos battled to a 2-2 tie in overtime. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery


SUNY Potsdam's Sean Kacerosky (3) and SUNY Morrisville's Jordan Carvallho (17) take the opening faceoff to begin the second period. The Bears stuck first earning a goal in the first Period while the Mustangs earned the tie in the second. SUNY Potsdam earned the game winning goal 1:20 into overtime to win 2-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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Jan. 22: Twice the SUNY Potsdam men's hockey team (9-5-3) grabbed one-goal leads and twice SUNY Canton (3-12-3) answered as the two teams settled for a 2-2 tie on Friday night at the Roo House. Junior forward Tommy Telesca (Selden, N.Y./New York Bobcats) and freshman forward Mike Sweeney (Pittsburgh, Pa./PAL Islanders) each scored for the Bears. Freshman goalie Nate Skidmore (Syracuse, N.Y./Buffalo Jr. Sabres) finished with 24 saves.   Potsdam's defense was stifling in the first period, allowing just six shots on goal, while the offense fired 12 at Josh Erickson. Despite the advantage, the Bears managed just one goal at the 13:06 mark. Telesca put Potsdam in front with assists from sophomore forward Joey Gilhooly (Brooklyn, N.Y./New York Bobcats) and senior captain Brad Campagna (Monroe, N.Y./New York Bobcats). The score remained 1-0 after one period.   The shots were closer at 9-6 in the middle stanza and both Skidmore and Erickson handled each attempt. The Bears killed off the Roos' lone power play with just 38 seconds left in the period.   Thomas Crabtree finally got Canton on the board just 50 seconds into the third period. The first tie lasted 10:09 before Sweeney gave Potsdam the lead back with his first collegiate goal. Sophomore forward Dylan Vander Esch (San Jose, Calif./Hartford Wolfpack) and junior forward Logan Brown (North Woodstock, N.H./Boston Rangers) each assisted on the tally. The Bears' momentum was very short lived as Josh Sova tied the game for good just 1:08 later.   Potsdam outshot the Roos 4-3 in overtime, but couldn't net the game-winner.   Erickson turned aside 31 shots on the night. Both teams were 0-for-1 on the power play.   Canton invades Maxcy Ice Arena tomorrow night to complete the home-and-home series at 7 p.m.

Nov. 21: Freshman forward Joey Gilhooly (Brooklyn, N.Y./New York Bobcats) scored twice and senior defenseman Erick Ware (Huntsville, Ala./Kenai River Brown Bears) added a goal and an assist as the SUNY Potsdam men's hockey team (4-2-1) downed SUNY Canton (0-5-1) 4-2 on the second annual Military Appreciation Night. Sophomore forward Tommy Telesca (Selden, N.Y./New York Bobcats) also scored for the Bears. The Bears wore camouflage jerseys to honor American servicemen and women and veterans.   Potsdam continued its trend of starting games strong, pressuring the Kangaroos from the outset. The pressure earned the Bears a power play at 4:37. Just 1:03 later, senior Ware ripped a shot from the left point that beat Canton freshman goalie Spencer Landry (New Hartford, N.Y./Hartford Jr. Wolfpack). Senior forward Trevor Cope (Swartz Creek, Mich./Atlanta Jr. Knights) and junior forward Matt Thompson (Anchorage, Alaska/Kenai River Brown Bears) each assisted on the play. Potsdam continued to hold the edge in play, but after killing another penalty the Roos evened the scored at 15:41. Junior forward George Curry (Schaumberg, Ill./Wisconsin River Falls) buried a rebound off a shot from freshman forward Thomas Crabtree (Knoxville, Tenn./Philadelphia Jr. Flyers). The Bears entered the first intermission with a 21-8 advantage in shots, but he score remained knotted at one apiece.   The second period was more physical and evenly played. Each team killed a penalty early in the middle 20 minutes, but Potsdam jumped back in front at 8:33. A Kangaroo clear was intercepted and driven home by sophomore forward Tommy Telesca (Selden, N.Y./New York Bobcats) and past Landry to make it a 2-1 contest. The Bears finished the period with a 15-11 edge in shots at the conclusion of the middle 20 minutes.   Potsdam increased its stranglehold on the contest just 2:06 into the third period. Gilhooly scored from just outside the crease with assists from Ware and Thompson. As the period ticked away, Canton found itself in penalty trouble. At 10:30, Gilhooly struck again on a shot from the slot after a perfect pass from Thomas to make it 4-1 on the power play. Senior defenseman Max Fogel (Williamsville, N.Y./Buffalo Jr. Sabres) recorded the second assist on the goal. The teams traded penalties the rest of the way and Canton used a power play to close the gap. At 17:44, senior Dave Schneider (Indianapolis, Ind./Capital District Selects) tipped home a shot from sophomore forward Eric Witzel (Ottawa, Ontario/Oswego State) to make it 4-2. With just under a minute to go, the Roos pulled Landry, but couldn't get any closer.   Reigning SUNYAC Goalie of the Week, junior Jon Hall (Dexter, N.Y./Stouffville Spirit) needed just 25 saves to dispatch Canton. Landry stopped 51 shots. The Roos finished 1-for-3 on the power play and the Bears were 2-for-6.   In a pregame ceremony, SUNY Potsdam graduate student and cross country runner Mikaela Foster and SUNY Canton student Thomas Sanford, both veterans of the U.S. Marine Corps, dropped pucks. ROTC Cadet and Crane School of Music student Aaron Smith sang the contest's National Anthem.   
 


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

SUNY Potsdam’s Tommy Telesca (19) bats the puck out of mid-air past SUNY Fredonia’s Christopher Eiserman (1) for a goal.

CANTON takes away 2-2 draw against Bears after o.t.

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The Kangaroos Nick LaPone (11) shoots past Potsdam goalie Nate Skidmore (30), but misses the shot. The Bears and the Kangaroos battled to a 2-2 tie in overtime. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Potsdam’s Joey Gilhooly (7) celebrates behind the net after beating SUNY Canton goaltender Spencer Landry (1) for his first goal of the night. The Bears outshot the Roos 55-27 and added two goals in the third period on their way to a 4-2 victory. Gilhooly scored two goals to lead the way for SUNY Potsdam. (Drew Gearsbeck photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Kasey Kulczycki (8) lays out to attempt to knock the puck away from SUNY Potsdam’s Erick Ware (27). (Drew Gearsbeck photo)

Canton’s Cory Giczewski (2) puts the puck in the back of the net to tie the score 2-2.  The Bears broke the tie with three straight goals for their first win of the season, 5-3 over the Roos.  (Shonn Surber photo)  Game Gallery

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Jan. 22: Thomas Crabtree (Knoxville, TN) scored his first goal of the season and Josh Sova (Oswego, NY) netted his team-leading ninth goal to lead the SUNY Canton men's hockey team to a 2-2 overtime tie against visiting SUNY Potsdam on Friday evening in the Roos House. Freshman Josh Erickson (Woodbury, MN) had an impressive game in net stopping 31 of the 33 shots he faced. The Bears (9-5-3) opened the scoring 13:06 into the first period when Tommy Telesca lit the lamp for the third time of the season off passes from Joey Gilhooly and Brad Campagna. Potsdam appeared to take a two goal lead in the middle period but the goal was waved off due to high-sticking. The teams combined for just one power play each through two periods as the Bears continued to hang onto the one goal lead. Roos (3-12-3) goaltender Erickson was huge through two periods of play making 21 saves on 21 shots, while the Roos also held a 27-14 edge in the faceoff circle. Just 50 seconds into the final period Thomas Crabtree (Knoxville, TN) knotted the game at 1-1 when he scored his first goal of the season off passes from Brett Costello (Lombardy, ON) and George Curry (Schaumburg, IL). The Bears regained the lead at 11:01 when Mike Sweeney scored off a scrum out in front. Dylan Vander Esch and Logan Brown were credited with helpers on the play. SUNY Canton was quick to respond just 1:08 later when they converted off an offensive faceoff win. Sova scored his team-leading ninth of the season when Eric Witzel (Ottawa, ON) hit him with a pass in the slot as he went top shelf. Kyle Matsumoto (Walnut, CA) also assisted the goal. Just over a minute later Matsumoto one-timed a slap shot that went off the cross bar and sailed high into the netting. The teams were tied at two after 60 minutes of play as they skated to overtime. With just under a minute remaining in the overtime Sova and Nick Lepone (Richmondhill, ON) skated 2-on-1 into the offensive zone. Sova deked and put a backhanded shot on net but Nate Skidmore made the save. With 25 seconds left in the extra session Gabe Flood (Onalaska, WI) sprawled out diving to stop a slap shot from Kyle Thacker in the slot to preserve the win. Erickson made 31 saves for the Roos, while Skidmore turned aside 24 shots for Potsdam.

Nov. 14: Nick Vasilopoulos (Montreal, QC) scored early in the second to get the men's hockey team within one but seven unanswered goals gave host Oswego State a 9-1 victory on Friday night at the Marano Campus Center Ice Arena.   Sean Federow got the scoring started for the Lakers 5:55 into the first and Stephen Johnson added a power play marker with 20 seconds left in the opening period to give the hosts a 2-0 lead after the first.   Vasilopoulos lit the lamp off a pass from George Curry (Schaumburg, IL) 5:32 into the second period to get the Roos within one but just 18 seconds later Mitchell Herlihey added a tally with the extra skater to regain a two goal lead. Back-to-back markers from Matt Galati and Mike Montagna made it 5-1 Lakers after two.   Oswego State added four goals in the final period including one on the power play for the 9-1 final. Spencer Landry (New Hartford, NY) made 25 saves in net over the first 54:48 for the Roos, while Louie Puig (Chicago, IL) turned aside one shot in the final 5:12. Justin Gilbert made 15 saves in the win for Oswego.   The hosts went 3-for-4 with the skater advantage on the night, while SUNY Canton was 0-for-3.



While getting knocked down by the Dutchmen’s Andy Thurby (28) and Klayton Garman (27), SUNY Canton’s Trevor Wright (11) still gets a shot on Lebanon Valley goalie Dan Ritter (31). Freshman forward George Curry scored a power play goal with 13 seconds left in overtime for a thrilling 4-3 Canton win. (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 2016

Women's Hockey
McGill University 3, St. Lawrence 0

 

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 2016

Women's Hockey
Concordia 3, Clarkson 2 (exhibition)

END OF 2015-2016 HOCKEY SEASON

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 2016

Women's Hockey - NCAA Division III Championship
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Wisconsin-River Falls 1

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 18, 2016

Men's Hockey - ECAC Semifinal
Harvard 2, St. Lawrence 1 (OT)

Women's Hockey - NCAA Division I Semifinal
Boston College 3, Clarkson 2 (OT)
Women's Hockey - NCAA Division III Semifinal
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Middlebury 3

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 12, 2016

Men's ECAC Quarterfinal (Game 2 Best of 3)
St. Lawrence 3, Clarkson 2 (2OT) - SLU wins 2-0
Women's Hockey - NCAA Division I Quarterfinal
Clarkson 1, Quinnipiac 0
Women's Hockey - NCAA Division III Semifinal
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Amherst 0

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 11, 2016

Men's ECAC Quarterfinal (Game 1 Best of 3)
St. Lawrence 3, Clarkson 2 (OT) - SLU leads 1-0

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 2016

Women's ECAC Division I Championship
Quinnipiac 1, Clarkson 0
Women's ECAC Division III West Championship
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Utica College 0

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 5, 2016

Men's ECAC Division I - Opening Round (Game 2)
Clarkson 3, Princeton 2 (OT) - CU wins series 2-0
Men's SUNYAC Hockey Championship
SUNY Geneseo 7, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
Women's ECAC Div. I Semifinals - at Quinnipiac
Clarkson 5, Colgate 2
Quinnipiac 2, St. Lawrence 1
Women's ECAC Division III West Semifinal
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Oswego 0

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2016

Men's ECAC Hockey Opening Round (Game 1 of 3)
Clarkson 3, Princeton 2 (2OT)

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2016

Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinal Series (Game 3 of Best of 3)
St. Lawrence University 4, Princeton 3 (OT)

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Dartmouth 3
Harvard 4, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Canton 4, Daniel Webster 4 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinal Series
Clarkson 5, Cornell 2 (Clarkson wins series 2-0)
Princeton4, St. Lawrence Univ. 3 (Series tied 1-1)
Colonial Conference Quarterfinal
Becker College 1, SUNY Canton 0

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 2, Harvard 1
St. Lawrence University 5, Dartmouth 2
SUNY Canton 4, Daniel Webster3  (OT)
Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinal Series
Clarkson 2, Cornell 0 (CU leads series 1-0)
St. Lawrence 1, Princeton 0 (SLU leads series 1-0)

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2016

Men's Hockey
SUNYAC Quarterfinal
SUNY Geneseo 4, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2016

Men's Hockey
Yale 3, Clarkson 1
SUNY Brockport 3, SUNY Potsdam 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, SUNY Geneseo 3 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 2, Brown 2 (OT)
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, SUNY Potsdam 0
St. Lawrence University 3, Brown 0
Clarkson 3, Yale 2
Stevenson 3, SUNY Canton 2

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2016

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

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2016

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, Utica 1

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2016

Men's Hockey
Quinnipiac 3, Clarkson 2 (OT)
SUNY Oswego 4, SUNY Canton 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 2, SUNY Potsdam 1
St. Lawrence University 4, Princeton 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Canton 5, Johnson and Wales 3
Chatham 2, SUNY Potsdam 1
Princeton 4, St. Lawrence University 3 (OT)
Clarkson 2, Quinnipiac 2 (OT/Tie)
Utica College 4, SUNY Plattsburgh 2

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Princeton 2
SUNY Oswego 3, SUNY Canton 2
St. Lawrence University 4, Quinnipiac 3 (OT)
Women's Hockey
SUNY Canton 4, Johnson & Wales 1
Quinnipiac 3, St. Lawrence University 0
Clarkson 2, Princeton 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, Chatham 0

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, RPI 2
SUNY Canton 2, SUNY Fredonia 1
SUNY Potsdam 2, SUNY Oswego 1
St. Lawrence University 3, Union 3 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Cortland 1
Women's Hockey
Becker College 2, SUNY Canton 0
SUNY Potsdam 5, Neumann 3
St. Lawrence University 1, RPI 1 (OT/Tie)
Clarkson 4, Union 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Cortland 1

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Union 1
SUNY Fredonia 7, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Cortland 3, SUNY Potsdam 3 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 3, RPI 0
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 9, RPI 1
SUNY Canton 4, Becker College 3
SUNY Potsdam 7, Neumann 2
St. Lawrence University 2, Union 0

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 30, 2016

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

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 2, Cornell 1
SUNY Brockport 7, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Buffalo 6, SUNY Potsdam 1
St. Lawrence 4, Colgate 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Fredonia 3

Women's Hockey
Endicott 5, SUNY Canton 1

 

THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 2016

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 6, St. Lawrence University 1

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 25, 2016

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Oswego 0

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 23, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Brown 0
Yale 3, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Morrisville 2
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Canton 2
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Colgate 2
Utica 3, SUNY Potsdam 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Oswego 0
St. Lawrence University 5, Cornell 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 22, 2016

Men's Hockey
Yale 2, Clarkson 2 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 6, Brown 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, SUNY Morrisville 0
SUNY Potsdam 2 SUNY Canton 2 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 2, Cornell 2 (OT/Tie)
Utica 3, SUNY Potsdam 0
St. Lawrence University 1 Colgate 1 (OT/Tie)

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2016

Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 4, SUNY Canton 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, Norwich 0

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 16, 2016

Men's Hockey
Williams College 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 2 (OT)
Dartmouth 4, St. Lawrence 2
Clarkson 5, Harvard 1
SUNY Potsdam 2, Utica College 1
SUNY Canton 4, Stonehill 2
Women's Hockey
SUNY Cortland 5 SUNY Potsdam 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, William Smith 1
Dartmouth 2, St. Lawrence 2 (OT/Tie)
Clarkson 5, Harvard 2

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 15, 2016

Men's Hockey
Harvard 3, St. Lawrence University 2
Dartmouth 5, Clarkson 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Middlebury 0
Women's Hockey
Cortland 2, SUNY Potsdam 1
St. Lawrence University 2, Harvard 0
Clarkson 1, Dartmouth 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, William Smith 0

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 12, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, St. Lawrence University 1
Women's Hockey
Hamilton 5, SUNY Potsdam 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Middlebury 0

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 10, 2016

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 5, Western New England 2
Women's Hockey
Buffalo State 4, SUNY Canton 0

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 9, 2016

Men's Hockey
Curry College 4, SUNY Potsdam 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, SUNY Canton 2
Northeastern 4, St. Lawrence 2
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 7, Brown 0
Yale 5, St. Lawrence 2
Buffalo State 7, SUNY Canton 4

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 8, 2016

Men's Hockey
Norwich 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 3
Northeastern 3, St. Lawrence 0
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Yale 2
St. Lawrence 2, Brown 1

 

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 6, 2015

Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence 6, Merrimack 2

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 2016

Women's Hockey
Endicott 4, SUNY Canton 1

 

MONDAY, JANUARY 4, 2016

Women's Hockey
UMass-Boston 3, SUNY Canton 1
Concordia 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 0

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 3, 2016

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Bowling Green 2
New England College 6, SUNY Canton 3
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, University of Ottawa 2

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 2, 2016

Men's Hockey
Middlebury 6, SUNY Canton 3
Bowling Green 6, Clarkson 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Colby 0

FRIDAY, JANUARY 1, 2016

Men's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, Fitchburg State 0

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2015

Men’s Hockey
Penn State 5, Clarkson 1

 

MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 2015

Men's Hockey
UMass-Lowell 3, Clarkson 0

 

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 13, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 3, Becker 2

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 12, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Canton 4, Johnson & Wales 3
St. Lawrence University 4, Vermont 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 3, New England College 1

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 11, 2015

Men's Hockey
Vermont 4, St. Lawrence University 0
SUNY Potsdam 4, Johnson & Wales 3

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 2015

Men's Hockey
Elmira 5, SUNY Potsdam 3

 

SUNDAY, DECEMBER 6, 2015

Women's Hockey
Elmira 3, SUNY Potsdam 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Buffalo State 0

 

SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 2015

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

University of New England 3, SUNY Canton 1
Clarkson 4, Cornell 0
Colgate 2, St. Lawrence University 1

SUNY Plattsburgh 2, Buffalo State 0
Elmira 5, SUNY Potsdam 0

 

FRIDAY, DECEMBER 4, 2015

Men's Hockey
Colgate 2, Clarkson 1
SUNY Canton 3, SUNY Morrisville 3 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Geneseo 6, SUNY Potsdam 2
Cornell 4, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 1, SUNY Brockport 1 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
Colgate 4, Clarkson 3 (OT)
University of New England 5, SUNY Canton 1
Cornell 4, St. Lawrence University 3

 

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 3, Skidmore 3 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
Middlebury Tournament

SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Gustavus-Adolphus 3

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Arizona State 1
SUNY Canton 3, Hamilton 2
Saratoga Springs Men's Tournament
Manhattanville 4, SUNY Potsdam 2 (opening round)
Northfield Tournament in Vermont
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, Norwich 5 (OT/championship)
Women's Hockey
Middlebury Tournament

SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Wisconsin-Stevens 1

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Arizona State 2
Hamilton 5, SUNY Canton 1
Northfield Tournament in Vermont
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Middlebury 4

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 2015

Women's Hockey
Trinity 7, SUNY Canton 0
St. Lawrence University 4, Penn State 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Castleton 0

 

MONDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 2015

Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 4, Penn State 2

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 2015

Men's Hockey
Princeton 3, Clarkson 0
SUNY Canton 3, SUNY Cortland 3 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Potsdam 1
St. Lawrence University 0, Quinnipiac 0 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Princeton 0
SUNY Canton 2, Salem State 0
Quinnipiac 5, St. Lawrence University 0
SUNY Oswego 2, SUNY Potsdam 0

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 1 Quinnipiac 1 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 5, Princeton 1
SUNY Cortland 5, SUNY Canton 2
Women's Hockey
Quinnipiac 3, Clarkson 0
SUNY Canton 5, Salem State 3
SUNY Oswego 4, SUNY Potsdam 0
St. Lawrence University 3,  Princeton 2

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 4, William Smith 2

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Cortland 1
SUNY Canton 4, Buffalo State 4 (OT)
SUNY Potsdam 4,SUNY Oswego 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Morrisville 0, SUNY Canton 0 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Chatham 0
Clarkson 3, UConn 2
SUNY Potsdam 2, William Smith 2 (OT/Tie)

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 3, Clarkson 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Oswego 4 (OT)
Buffalo State 10, SUNY Canton 1
SUNY Potsdam 4, SUNY Cortland 2
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Chatham 0
SUNY Morrisville 3, SUNY Canton 2
Clarkson 3, UConn 1

 

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2015

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Syracuse 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Canton 1

 

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 9, Neumann 1

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 2015

Men's Hockey
Union 4, Clarkson 1
SUNY Potsdam 4, SUNY Fredonia 2
SUNY Geneseo 4, SUNY Canton 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Buffalo 2
RPI 4, St. Lawrence University 3 (OT)
Women's Hockey
SUNY Canton 8, Daniel Webster 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, Neumann 0
Buffalo 2, SUNY Potsdam 0
St. Lawrence University 2, Union 1
RPI 2, Clarkson 1

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 2, RPI 2 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Potsdam 2, Buffalo State 1
SUNY Geneseo 7, SUNY Canton 4
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Fredonia 1
St. Lawrence University 6, Union 3
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 6, Union 0
Buffalo State 4, SUNY Potsdam 1
St. Lawrence University 2, RPI 0
SUNY Canton 12, Daniel Webster College 2

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 31, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 6, SUNY Morrisville 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Canton 2
Harvard 3, St. Lawrence 2
Clarkson 3, Dartmouth 3 (OT/Tie)

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Dartmouth 3 (OT/Tie)
Harvard 3, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNY Potsdam 5, St. Michaels 2
SUNY Plattsburgh 2, Norwich 1
Utica 4, SUNY Canton 1

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 30, 3015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 4, Penn State 2
SUNY Potsdam 2, SUNY Morrisville 1 (OT)
SUNY Canton 5, Skidmore 2
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 0, Harvard 0 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Potsdam 2, St. Michaels 2 (OT/Tie)
St. Lawrence University 4, Dartmouth 2

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 29, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 2, Penn State 2 (OT/Tie)

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 6, Western Michigan 2
St. Lawrence University 5, Miami 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Cegep Andre-Laurendeau 2 (Exh.)
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 6, New Hampshire 0
St. Lawrence University 3, Syracuse 2

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 23, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Western Michigan 2
Miami 1, St. Lawrence University 0
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4, New Hampshire 2

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17, 2015

Men's Hockey
Merrimack 3, St. Lawrence University 1
Clarkson 4, New Hampshire 3
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 4, Boston University 1

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 3, New Hampshire 2 (OT)
Merrimack 7, Clarkson 1
Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 3, Vermont 2
Clarkson 4, Boston College 2

 

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15, 2015

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

 

MONDAY, OCTOBER 12, 2015

Women's Hockey
Boston College 7, St. Lawrence University 3

 

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 11, 2015

Women's Hockey
Boston College 7, St. Lawrence University 4

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 10, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 5, RIT 1
Clarkson 4, Niagara 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Vermont 0

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 9, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 5, Niagara 2
Clarkson 6, RIT 0
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 5, Vermont 0

 

TUESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2015

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Syracuse 1

 

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 3, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 5, Carleton 2
Clarkson 4, McGill 3
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, St. Lawrence University 2

 

FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2, 2015

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

 

END OF 2014-2015 HOCKEY SEASON

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 2015

Women's NCAA Division III Championship
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, Elmira 2
Men's NCAA Division III Quarterfinal

Trinity College 5, SUNY Plattsburgh 1

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 20, 2015

Men's ECAC Semifinal - at Lake Placid
Colgate 4, St. Lawrence 3 (OT)
Women's NCAA Semifinal - at SUNY Plattsburgh
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Norwich University 2

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 14, 2015

Men's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals - Best of Three
St. Lawrence Univ. 5, RPI 1 (SLU wins series 2-0
Women's Hockey
NCAA Division I Tournament Quarterfinals
Boston College 5, Clarkson 1
NCAA Division III Tournament Quarterfinals
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, St. Thomas 1

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 13, 2015

Men's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals - Best of Three
St. Lawrence University 1, RPI 0 (SLU leads 1-0)

 

SUNDAY, MARCH 8, 2015

Men's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinal - Best of Three

RPI 3, Clarkson 1 (RPI wins series 2-1)

 

SATURDAY, MARCH 7, 2015

Men's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinal - Best of Three

Clarkson 5, RPI 0 (Series tied 1-1)
Women's ECAC Semifinal
Cornell 3, Clarkson 1

 

FRIDAY, MARCH 6, 2015

Men's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals - Best of Three
RPI 3, Clarkson 2 (RPI leads 1-0)

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2015

Men's Hockey
Union 3, Clarkson 2
RPI 4, St. Lawrence University 2
SUNYAC Men's Semifinal
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Brockport 5
Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals - Best of 3
(#1) Clarkson 4, (#8) Dartmouth 1 (Clarkson wins 2-0)
(#4) Cornell 3, (#5) St. Lawrence 2 (S.L.U. falls 2-0)

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 3, Rensselaer 3 (OT/Tie)
Union 3, St. Lawrence University 2
Women's Hockey
ECAC Quarterfinals - Best of 3
(#1) Clarkson 6, (#8) Dartmouth 0 (Clarkson 1-0)
(#4) Cornell 3, (#5) St. Lawrence 1 (Cornell 1-0)

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNYAC Quarterfinals
Buffalo 6, SUNY Potsdam 2

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 2015

Men's Hockey
Harvard 3, Clarkson 2
St. Lawrence 6, Dartmouth 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Cortland 2
SUNY Potsdam 4, SUNY Oswego 2
Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, Middlebury 3
St. Lawrence University 6, Dartmouth 4
Clarkson 1, Harvard 0

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 5, Harvard 1
Dartmouth 3, Clarkson 2 (OT)
SUNY Potsdam 8, SUNY Cortland 5
SUNY Plattsburgh 3, SUNY Oswego 3 (OT/Tie)
Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 1, Harvard 1 (OT/Tie)
Clarkson 2, Dartmouth 1 (OT)

 

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 4, SUNY Canton 3 (OT)

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 7, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Cortland 7, SUNY Canton 1

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Canton 7, Southern New Hampshire 4

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 2015

Men's Hockey
Southern New Hampshire 6, SUNY Canton 1
Quinnipiac 4, Clarkson 1
St. Lawrence University 1, Princeton 1 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Morrisville 1

Women's Hockey
Quinnipiac 1, Clarkson 0
Princeton 4, St. Lawrence University 2

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 2015

Men's Hockey
Princeton 2, Clarkson 1
Quinnipiac 2, St. Lawrence University 1
SUNY Potsdam, 6 SUNY Morrisville 2
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 2, Princeton 1
St. Lawrence University 3, Quinnipiac 0
Chatham 3, SUNY Potsdam 2 (OT)

 

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, SUNY Canton 0

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 2015

Women's Hockey
Utica 5, SUNY Canton 0

 

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Cortland 1

 

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 5, RPI 2
St. Lawrence University 7, Union 1
Buffalo State 5, SUNY Potsdam 3
SUNY Plattsburgh 9,SUNY Fredonia 0
SUNY Cortland 6, SUNY Canton 3
Women's Hockey

Neumann 4, SUNY Potsdam 3
Clarkson 6, Union 0
St. Lawrence University 2, RPI 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 8, SUNY Cortland 3

 

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2015

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

 

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2015

Women's Hockey
Clarkson 3, St. Lawrence University 1

SUNY Canton at SUNY Cortland, postponed

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 31, 2015

Men's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 2, Clarkson 1
SUNY Canton 5, Franklin Pierce 2
SUNY Brockport 3, SUNY Potsdam 3 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Geneseo 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 2

Women's Hockey
St. Lawrence University 4, Yale 3
Clarkson 6, Brown 0
Elmira College 2, SUNY Plattsburgh 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 1, SUNY Geneseo 0
SUNY Canton 5, Franklin Pierce 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Brockport 3
Women's Hockey
Yale 3, Clarkson 2
St. Lawrence University 4, Brown 0
SUNY Potsdam 3, St. Michaels 1
Salve Regina 7, SUNY Canton 1

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2015

Women's Hockey
Middlebury 7, SUNY Potsdam 1

 

SUNDAY, JANUARY 25, 2015

Women's Hockey
Wisconsin 4, Clarkson 0
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, SUNY Oswego 1

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 24, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 1, Yale 0
St. Lawrence University 5, Brown 2
SUNY Geneseo 3, SUNY Canton 1
Women's Hockey
Clarkson 1, Wisconsin 1 (OT/Tie)
SUNY Potsdam 3, Utica 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 4, SUNY Oswego 0
St. Lawrence University 4, Mercyhurst 1

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 2015

Men's Hockey
Clarkson 6, Brown 0
St. Lawrence University 3, Yale 2  (OT)
SUNY Plattsburgh 6, SUNY Potsdam 2
Women's Hockey
Utica 3, SUNY Potsdam 2
St. Lawrence University 6, Mercyhurst 1

 

TUESDAY, JANUARY 20, 2015

Women's Hockey
SUNY Plattsburgh 5, Norwich University 0

 

SATURDAY, JANUARY 17, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 6, Western New England 1
SUNY Canton 6, Stonehill College 5
Williams College 6, SUNY Plattsburgh 3
Clarkson 5, Dartmouth 2

St. Lawrence University 5, Harvard 1
Women's Hockey
SUNY Potsdam 2, SUNY Cortland 1
Buffalo 8, SUNY Canton 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 11, William Smith 1
Clarkson 4, RPI 2

 

FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 2015

Men's Hockey
SUNY Canton 7, Western New England 2
Middlebury 3, SUNY Plattsburgh 1
Harvard 6, Clarkson 2
St. Lawrence University 3, Dartmouth 2
Women's Hockey
Buffalo State 4, SUNY Canton 1
SUNY Plattsburgh 10, William Smith 0
Clarkson 4, Union 0
St. Lawrence University 3, RPI 1
SUNY Potsdam 3, SUNY Cortland 1

NCSN Women's College Hockey

clarkson beats Cornell 5-2, advancing to ECAC SemiFINAL

Knights Women's Stories | Schedule/Results | Rosters


Clarkson’s Loren Gabel (19) hammers the puck towards Cornell goalie Paula Voorheis (31). The Golden Knights defeated the Big Reds 5-2 to advance to the ECAC semifinals. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

Cornell’s Jess Brown (18), wide open, faces Clarkson goalie Shea Tiley (35) while Savannah Harmon (14) reaches in.


Clarkson’s Genevieve Bannon (9) looks to drive in the wrap around shot on goal. However she has the shot blocked by St. Lawrence University goalie Grace Harrison (29) with a kick save to keep the game tied 1-1 near the end of the second period. The Golden Knights picked up the victory over the rival Saints (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Shannon MacAulay (4) hammers the puck toward St. Lawrence goaltender Grace Harrison (29) who made the save.  However, the Golden Knights scored  three goals in the first period and overran the Saints 6-1 at Appleton Arena.  (Darius Rohleder photo)  Game Gallery

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Jan. 28: A flurry of goals late in the first period gave the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team an insurmountable lead as the Green and Gold cruised to a 6-1 win over rival St. Lawrence at Appleton Arena in Canton on Thursday night. Ranked 5th/6th in the national polls, Clarkson, received goals from six different players to improve to 21-3-3 on the season with a 9-3-3 ECAC Hockey record. The Saints drop to 13-11-3 and 7-6-2 in conference. It is the sixth consecutive win for the Knights over St. Lawrence, including three games this season. Clarkson will try to extend its eight-game unbeaten streak (7-0-1) when it faces off against the Saints again in a 3:00 pm game at Cheel Arena on Saturday afternoon. "I thought tonight was a great total team effort," said Clarkson Head Coach Matt Desrpsiers. "We had a lot of players contribute to that win in a lot of different ways. St Lawrence started the game well and made Shea make a couple big saves to keep them off the board early.  I thought we did a good job pushing forward and working hard to get our first goal. That really seemed to give us a spark and some momentum to get a couple more timely goals at the end of the first period. I really liked the effort our team showed throughout the game, especially on our penalty kill. We are going to need to bring a similar effort on Saturday if we want to come away with another win." Offensively, Clarkson was led by Olivia Howe. The senior assistant captain had a hand in four of Clarkson's six scores, finishing with a goal and three assists. One of the goals Howe was not involved in was Clarkson's opener. It was Genevieve Bannon who scored at 14:13 in the first period, the second game in a row she has scored after recording a pair of goals against Colgate last Saturday. Senior captain Shannon MacAulay and sophomore Savannah Harmon were credited with the assists. Clarkson's next two goals happened seemingly in the blink of an eye. First, freshman Kelly Mariani scored with one minute remaining in the first period, as Howe and fellow senior assistant captain Erin Ambrose grabbed the assists. Just 16 seconds later Clarkson had a third goal. This time it was junior assistant captain Cayley Mercer who scored, with Howe and Mariani picking up the assists. The Golden Knights grabbed a commanding 4-0 lead at the 5:27 mark in the second period. Freshman Cassidy Vinkle scored the goal, with Howe and Ambrose once again providing the assists. A power-play, extra-attacker goal for St. Lawrence at 9:37 in the second gave the Saints a little bit of life heading into the third period, but Howe ensured a miracle comeback did not occur. Howe scored a goal of her own at 7:00 in the third with Mariani and Mercer setting her up. Finally, with less than two minutes remaining, sophomore Katelyn Fournier scored off assists from Harmon and Jessica Gillham to close out the Knights' fourth, sixth-goal outing of the season. Clarkson finished with a 33-28 edge in shots. Clarkson failed to score on its three power-plays while St. Lawrence scored on one of its four extra-man opportunities. Sophomore goaltender Shea Tiley made 27 stops for Clarkson. Grace Harrison made 23 saves for St. Lawrence and Sonjia Shelly closed the game out with four stops. 

Jan. 23: Two goals by junior Genevieve Bannon drove the Clarkson University Women's Hockey team to a stirring 3-2 comeback victory over Colgate on Saturday afternoon at Starr Rink in Hamilton, NY. Ranked fifth in the national polls, Clarkson reaches the 20-win mark for the fifth consecutive season, improving to 20-3-3 overall with a 8-3-3 ECAC Hockey record. Colgate is now 14-5-7 overall and 6-3-5 in conference. "I thought we played well tonight and seemed to get better as the game went on," said Clarkson Head Coach Matt Desrosiers. "I give a lot of credit to the players for remaining focused and confident after going down two goals. They showed a lot of character and determination to come back and win that game against a good Colgate team especially knowing how important those points were.  We need to now turn our focus on preparing this week to play St Lawrence who have been playing well lately." Coming into the game, the two teams were tied for third in ECAC Hockey, with the winner able to move into a tie for second with an idle Princeton squad. In the early going, it looked like Colgate would take the opportunity to jump ahead in the standings. The Raiders jumped out to a 1-0 lead at 12:07 in the first period on a Shelby Perry power-play goal. They doubled their lead within a minute of starting the second period through a Megan Sullivan goal. Clarkson did not crumble though. The Golden Knights drew one goal back at the 5:47 mark of the middle period. The goal came off the stick of freshman Rhyen McGill with sophomores Lauren Lefler and Amanda Titus picking up the assists. It is the third game in a row that McGill has scored for Clarkson. Clarkson tied the game with just over five minutes remaining in the second. Bannon was the one who scored with Loren Gabel providing the assist. Bannon added her second goal of the game 5:14 into the third period, with senior captain Shannon MacAulay notching an assist. Clarkson was able to hold its slim one-goal lead throughout the final three quarters of the third period and escape with the win. The Green and Gold tightened up its defense considerably as the game went on. After allowing nine Colgate shots in the first period, Clarkson allowed just six in the second and a paltry three over the final 20 minutes. Clarkson finished with a 28-18 edge in shots. Clarkson was 0-of-2 on power-plays while Colgate scored once during its two extra-man opportunities. Sophomore goaltender Shea Tiley had 16 stops for Clarkson to pick up the win while her Colgate counterpart, Julia Vandyk made 25 saves in a losing effort. Clarkson's next two games will consist of a home-and-home series with rival St. Lawrence. First the two teams will meet in Canton on Thursday for a 7:00 pm game followed by a 3:00 pm game in Cheel Arena on Saturday afternoon. 
 


Clarkson’s Olivia Howe (16) fires a shot between two Syracuse defenders looking to extend the 4-0 lead. However, the shot was blocked by Orange goalie Jenn Gilligan (33). The Golden Knights put in two goals in both the first and second period as well as earning one goal in the third period to defeat Syracuse 5-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

St. Lawrence forward Kailee Hiedersbach (22) sweeps in on a breakaway and gets a short-range shot on goal. Clarkson goalie Shea Tiley (35) deflects the shot and maintains the shutout. The Golden Knights beat the Saints 4-0 in the non-league opener. (Ryan Moore photo) Game Gallery

clarkson and s.l.u saints battle to a 2-2 overtime tie

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St. Lawrence University defender Megan Armstrong (18) steals the puck away from Clarkson forward Olivia Howe (16) to regain possession near the Saints goal. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

Saints goalie Grace Harrison (29) snags a deflected shot to prevent another goal by the attacking Clarkson offense. The Golden Knights overran the Saints 6-1 at Appleton Arena. (Darius Rohleder photo) Game Gallery

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Jan. 28: Three first-period goals, including two in the final minute, propelled the visiting No. 5/6 Clarkson Golden Knights to a 6-1 victory of the St. Lawrence women's hockey team on Thursday in Appleton Arena. "Clarkson has done a real good job scoring timely goals against us and tonight we had trouble bouncing back from their first goal," Wells added. "They had us pinned in for the last couple minutes of the first and changed the entire complexion of the game." The Saints came out flying the first 10 minutes, but a string of solid shifts from the visitors swung the momentum in their direction. Genevieve Bannon tallied the first goal for Clarkson at the 14:13 mark with Shannon MacAulay and Savannah Harmon assisting. Kelly Mariani notched the game winner with one minute remaining in the opening frame and Cayley Mercer made it 3-0 just 16 seconds later. In the second period, Cassidy Vinkle extended the lead to 4-0 at the 5:27 mark, with Olivia Howe picking up her third assist of the night and Erin Ambrose tallying her second. Brooke Webster scored the lone Saints goal midway through the second period with the Saints on the power play at the tail end of a lengthy 5-on-3 opportunity for St. Lawrence. Josiane Pozzebon was whistled for cross-checking just seven seconds before Cayley Mercer was sent off for checking. Webster's goal; her ninth of the season, came with half a second left on the Mercer penalty, with Hannah Miller and Kennedy Marchment assisting. Clarkson added two goals in the third to push to the eventual 6-1 margin. Grace Harrison earned the start in between the pipes for the Saints, making 23 saves before being relieved by fellow first year Sonjia Shelly. Shelly, who made her first appearance in 2016, made four saves in just over 10 minutes of work. The Golden Knights finished with a 33-28 advantage in shots on goal, as sophomore netminder Shea Tiley made 27 saves.  "Certainly not what we thought was going to happen," Wells said. "We played well in spurts, but not good enough against them. They play too hard and take away so much. Great thing about sports and our league, is we get to get back up on the horse and ride on Saturday," Wells added. "See everyone in Potsdam!" The Saints will play their last regular season game against Clarkson on Saturday in Cheel Arena at 3:00 p.m.

Jan. 23: A pair of first period goals, some tremendous special teams work and two empty-net goals helped the St. Lawrence women's hockey team (13-10-3, 7-5-2) to a 5-1 win over Cornell (8-9-4, 4-6-4) in Ithaca on Saturday for a crucial two points in the ECAC standings. In addition to killing almost a full two minutes of 5-on-3 late in the third period, senior Jenna Marks notched the team's first shorthanded goal since December 2014 when Jacqueline Wand did it against Colgate. Ten different Saints factored into the scoring on Saturday, with goals coming from Kennedy Marchment, Hannah Miller, Marks, Justine Reyes and Amanda Boulier, while Brooke Webster, Amanda McClure, Nadine Edney, Kirsten Padalis and Dominique Korakianitis recorded assists. First-year goaltender Grace Harrison was outstanding in between the pipes for the Saints, making 20 saves in the win; her third of the season. "That has been a long time coming against Cornell," Head Coach Chris Wells said. "We have been real close over the last few years, but we were able to finish this one. Many great efforts, especially on the PK tonight." Marchment opened for the Saints near the midway point of the opening frame with her ninth of the season. McClure won a battle on the half wall and threw the puck deep where Webster touched it to the Courtice, Ont. native at the bottom of the left circle. A quick shot from Marchment beat Cornell netminder Paula Voorheis five hole for a 1-0 lead for the visitors. Just over four minutes later, Miller extended the lead to 2-0 with the eventual game winner, beating Voorheis high on the glove side with a wrister from the slot. At the 8:05 mark of the second and the Saints on the penalty kill, Marks intercepted a pass as the Big Red was trying to move the puck out of their own zone, skated in and unleashed a shot from the top of the circle to make it 3-0. Cornell cut the deficit to two goals with a goal by Anna Zorn at the 14:18 mark of the second, but that would be all the Big Red would get by Harrison on the afternoon. The Auckland, New Zealand native made a sprawling save on an odd-man rush off the ensuing draw to keep it that way.   In the third period, Webster was whistled for cross checking at 11:06 and Hannah Miller was sent to the box for hooking just 24 seconds later, setting up a huge power play opportunity for Cornell. But Harrison and the Saints kill units were able to escape the threat unscathed, despite significant zone time for the Big Red. In the final five minutes of the game, both Reyes and Boulier notched empty net goals, with Boulier's coming from the opposite faceoff dot to ice the win. "It was another very exciting game at Lynah!," Wells added. "This crowd does such a good job creating a great atmosphere. There was plenty of excitement to go around and we are happy to get the two points." With three points on the weekend the Saints remain in sixth in the ECAC standings, but just three points separate second and sixth. The Saints will take on rival Clarkson in a conference home-and-home next week, playing the Golden Knights at home in Appleton at 7:00 pm on Thursday, before traveling to Cheel Arena in Potsdam for a 3:00 pm puck drop on Saturday. 
 


St. Lawrence University’ Rylee Smith (15) fires off the shot, but it is blocked by Colgate goalie Ashlynne Rando (35). The Lady Saints and the Colgate Raiders skated to a 1-1 tie to end the second period, but the Saints scored two unanswered late goals in the final period to grab the 3-1 win over Colgate.   (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

Clarkson goaltender Erica Howe (27) makes the initial save, but lets out a rebound that St. Lawrence’s Kayla Raniwsky (17) pounces on. The Golden Knights ripped three third-period goals for a 3-0 win to sweep the weekend and season series against the Saints.  (Drew Gearsbeck photo)  Game Gallery

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.

SUNY potsdam women fall in shut out to oswego 4-0

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SUNY Oswego forward Asley Lyman (17) goes for the shot facing just Potsdam goalie Abby Tardelli (1). The Lakers crushed the Bears 4-0 at SUNY Potsdam. (Darius Rohlder photo) Game Gallery

Clarkson’s Olivia Howe (16) fires a shot between two Syracuse defenders looking to extend the 4-0 lead. However, the shot was blocked by Orange goalie Jenn Gilligan (33). The Golden Knights put in two goals in both the first and second period as well as earning one goal in the third period to defeat Syracuse 5-1. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

 

Feb. 19: Sophomore forward Jordan Ott (Hilton, N.Y./Rochester Edge) scored 1:32 into overtime to lift the SUNY Potsdam women's hockey team (9-15-1) to a 4-3 victory over SUNY Canton (2-22-1) in the Bears season finale. Senior captain Izzy Fayerman (Calgary, Alberta/The Edge) and junior assistant captain Sally Mooney (New Albany, Ohio/Wyoming Seminary) also scored for Potsdam. The Kangaroos took a 1-0 lead at the 5:59 mark of the first period as Lindsey Hall found the back of the net. After the teams traded penalties, Fayerman evened the score with a power-play goal at 15:44. Ott and junior assistant captain Katie Marsman (Wantagh, N.Y./Wyoming Seminary) assisted on the play. The score remained 1-1 into the first intermission. The second period featured more even play with the Bears outshooting Canton 10-8. Each team added another brief, fruitless power play midway through the second period. With 45 seconds remaining, freshman forward Brenna Wilson (Kanata, Ontario/Ottawa Senators) set up classmate Anna-Rose Bertin (Marathon, Ontario/Canadian International Hockey Academy) to put the Bears up 2-1. Just over six minutes into the third period, Mooney scored on a helper from junior defenseman Emily Kriwox (Tupper Lake, N.Y./Tupper Lake Lumberjacks). The point was the first of Kriwox's career. The rest of the period went the Roos' way. Twelve seconds later, Maddy Hetman scored to close the gap to 3-2. At 10:40, Margret Troiano tied the game. The Bears went on a 39-second, five-on-three power play with 3:02 left in regulation, but came up empty. Potsdam started overtime on the penalty kill for 45 seconds, but kept Canton from capitalizing. Ninety-two seconds into the extra session Ott sent everyone home. Junior forward Alison Greene (Massena, N.Y./Norwich University) and Fayerman recorded the assists. In goal, freshman Brianna Fiddler (Saskatoon, Saskatchewan/Scanlon Creek) made a career-high 31 saves to earn her second collegiate victory. Peyton Stafne made 32 stops for the Roos. Potsdam was 1-for-7 on the man advantage and Canton finished 0-for-4. The contest concluded the career of Fayerman, the Bears' lone senior. The three-year captain finishes up with 34 goals and 30 assists for 64 points, placing her fourth on the Bears' all-time scoring list. Fayerman played in 100 games for Potsdam, second only to Jenn Crawford '14 (102).


SUNY Potsdam players congratulate goalie Alexane Rodrique on a 24-save performance, following a 4-1 win over SUNY Canton. Jordan Ott paced the Bears with two goals. Potsdam scored two goals just 50 seconds apart in the opening period to help cement the win.  (Shonn Surber photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Lindsay Burrows (2) slaps a wrist shot for a goal past Elmira’s goalie to give the Bears their second goal of the game.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY CANTON WOMEN shut out Salem state in 2-0 victory

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SUNY Canton’s Kat McNeilly (46) drives home the game winning goal in the second period past Salem State defender Jacqueline Sindoris (23) and goalie Jenn Toussaint (30) taking a 2-0 lead. Salem State was unable to make a comeback in the third period seeing the Kangaroos picking up a 2-0 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Canton’s Lindsey Hall drives a shot on goal between SUNY Potsdam defenders Kaylen Van Wagner (3) and Rachel Grefke (21) and past the Bears goalie Brianna Fiddler (29) to tie the game at 2-2 midway through the second period. SUNY Potsdam held off the Kangaroos in overtime for the 4-3 victory. (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

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Feb. 19: Maddy Hetman (Troy, NY) scored her first points of the season finishing with a goal and assist and the women's ice hockey team overcame a two-goal deficit to force overtime but fell 4-3 to SUNY Potsdam on Thursday evening in the Roos House. Jordan Ott would score the game-winner 92 seconds into overtime for the Bears. SUNY Canton got on the board first at 5:59 of the first. Hetman fired a shot from the point and Lindsey Hall (Ancaster, ON) redirected the puck underneath the glove of Brianna Fiddler. Kjrstin Hoberg (Grand Forks, ND) was also credited with an assist on the play. The Roos earned their first power play of the game at the 11:51 mark and nearly extended their lead to two. Sydney Kinder’s (New York, NY) initial shot was turned aside by Fiddler but Margret Troiano (Morristown, NY) rang the rebound off the crossbar. SUNY Potsdam knotted it at 1-1 on a shot from Izzy Fayerman from the left circle low stick side. Jordan Ott and Katie Marsman were credited with assists on the goal at the 15:44 mark. The teams headed to first intermission tied at one. Roo goaltender Peyton Stafne (St. Louis Park, MN) made some impressive saves to keep the game tied through a majority of the middle period. After a defensive zone giveaway the Bears converted with just 45 seconds remaining in the frame. Anna-Rose Bertin picked the puck up in the slot and went bar-down to give Potsdam a 2-1 lead after two. The Bears took a 3-1 lead 6:25 into the third when Emily Kriwox hit Sally Mooney with a break-out pass. Mooney skate in from left to right and just inside the right circle fired a shot across the face of goal that beat Stafne stick side.Just 12 seconds later the Roos responded off the ensuing face-off. They skated into the zone 2-on-1 as Grace Lyon (Brasher Falls, NY) centered a pass from the left to Hetman. The sophomore buried it from the slot past the blocker of Fiddler. SUNY Canton tied the game at 3-3 at the 10:40 mark as Steph Kushnir (Goshen, NY) played the puck in front to Troiano who lit the lamp for the sixth time of her rookie season. Stafne continued to have a strong performance and net making multiple point blank saves including stymying a 2-on-0 situation. With 4:02 remaining after a pair of Roos penalties the Bears had an extended 39 seconds on 5-on-3. SUNY Canton came up huge behind the defense and Stafne to kill off both infractions. The Bears scored 1:32 into overtime as Jordan Ott netted the game-winner off passes from Alison Green and Fayerman. Stafne had a huge night in net for the Roos stopping 32 shots, while Fiddler made 31 stops for SUNY Potsdam. This closes out the 2014-15 season for both teams. Hetman had a tremendous night for the Roos tallying her first points of the season with a goal and assist.
 


SUNY Buffalo’s Kara Goodwin (3) takes a shot on goal, but SUNY Canton goalie Shayna Dominique makes the save to keep the Roos within a goal at 2-1 in the second period.  (Shonn Surber photo)  Game Gallery

SUNY potsdam women fall to castleton spartans 7-1

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SUNY Potsdam’s Roberta Beatty (15) gets the breakway past the Castleton defense and takes the open shot on goal. However, the shot is deflected off the pad of Spartan goaltender Paula Stephens (29) and the goalpost for the save. Castleton and the Bears battled to a 1-1 tie at the end of one period.  Then the Spartans scored four goals in the second and pulled away from SUNY Potsdam for the 7-1 victory.  (Cody Jenne photo) Game Gallery

SUNY Potsdam’s Abby Tardelli (1) makes the glove save off the shot from Castleton forward Alyssa Brandland (23).

 

Jan. 6: Castleton State (7-4-1) scored six unanswered goal to down the SUNY Potsdam women's hockey team (4-7-1) 7-1 on Tuesday afternoon at Maxcy Ice Arena. Spartans sophomore forward Lisa Kilroy (Leominster, Mass./Lady Flames) scored twice and junior forward Anna Daniels (Falun, Sweden/Leksands IF) recorded a goal and two assists. Freshman forward Brenna Wilson (Kanata, Ontario/Ottawa Senators) scored for the Bears. Castleton built momentum off of Potsdam penalty trouble in the first period. The Bears killed off the first three penalties, but Daniels made them pay for the fourth at the 15:08 mark with a four-on-three goal. She picked up her own rebound and skated around the net for a wrap-around tally. The play evened after the opening goal, but the Spartans carried the lead into the intermission. Wilson tied the score just 45 seconds into the second period, wristing a shot from the right faceoff circle over the shoulder of Castleton senior goalie Paula Stephens (Seattle, Wash./Okanagan Hockey Academy). Senior captain Izzy Fayerman notched the first assist and, in her first game in a Bears jersey, junior transfer Alison Greene (Massena, N.Y./Norwich University) got the second. The Spartans doused Potsdam's fire 1:01 later. Castleton sophomore defenseman Lisa Buratynski (Ajax, Ontario/Durham) hit senior forward Tori Pizzuto (Waterbury, Conn./Westminster School) with a long pass to the Potsdam blue line. Pizzuto carried the puck into the zone and fired it off the right shoulder of Bears junior goalie Alexane Rodrigue (Monkland, Ontario/Bemidji State) to make it 2-1. Less than five minutes later, Castleton freshman forward Brianna Keats (Calgary, Alberta/Sardis Secondary) deflected a shot from the point past Rodrigue. At 10:41, Kilroy scored on a shot from the slot to make it 4-1. After the goal, Potsdam junior goalie Abby Tardelli (Potsdam, N.Y./North Country Ice Storm) took over between the pipes. With 2:10 remaining in the period, senior defenseman Samantha McNeil (Garland, Texas/Wyoming Seminary) struck to make it a 5-1 contest. The final 20 minutes saw no penalties and was more closely contested until the midway point. Sophomore forward Ally Brandland (Bellingham, Wash./Cushing) buried a rebound at 11:43 to put the Spartans up by five. Just 46 seconds later, Kilroy got her second of the game to close the scoring at 7-1. In goal, Rodrigue was tagged with the loss after allowing four goals on 30 shots in the opening 30:31. Tardelli allowed three goals and made 14 saves in the final 29:29. Stephens earned her third victory of the season with 17 saves in the opening 40 minutes. Freshman goalie Sky Brown (Lenore, Mass./Birden Collegiate Institute) stopped all eight shots she faced while playing the entire third period.




SUNY Potsdam players congratulate goalie Alexane Rodrique on a 24-save performance, following a 4-1 win over SUNY Canton. Jordan Ott paced the Bears with two goals. Potsdam scored two goals just 50 seconds apart in the opening period to help cement the win.  (Shonn Surber photo)  Game Gallery

Potsdam’s Lindsay Burrows (2) slaps a wrist shot for a goal past Elmira’s goalie to give the Bears their second goal of the game.  (Cody Jenne photo)  Game Gallery