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#1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs #5 Adrian Bulldogs Norwich East West Hockey Classic Championship - January 6th 2020
The Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team celebrates their sixth East/West Hockey Classic championship at Norwich University’s Kreitzberg Arena. The No. 1 Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team claimed its sixth title in eight years at Norwich University’s 10th annual East/West Hockey Classic with a 4-1 win over the No. 5 Adrian College Bulldogs. In a tight affair that saw Adrian lead shots on goal 33-30, the Cardinals claimed victory with the first four goals of the contest.
Plattsburgh scored the only goal of the first period, as Taylor Whitney picked up the rebound from an Ivy Boric shot and slid the puck behind Adrian's goaltender Denisa Janodvá, getting knocked to the ice as her shot barely crossed the goal line.
The Cardinals extended their lead with two goals in the span of 40 seconds in the second period, as Abby Brush knocked home the rebound of an Erin McArdle shot and Madison walker scored on a 2-on-1 rush with Kaitlin Drew-Mead. Sierra Benjamin, who claimed the tournament’s MVP award, recorded assists on both goals.
Plattsburgh State began the third period with a power-play after Adrian’s Kelly O’Sullivan was called for body checking in the final moments of the second, and Benjamin capitalized on the opportunity with a hard shot from the left faceoff circle. After her first goal of the season, Benjamin showed her emotions by dabbing before skating to the bench.
Adrian’s Une Bjelland picked up on a loose puck in front of the Plattsburgh net to get the Bulldogs on the board, but the Cardinals held on to the 4-1 lead and skated to the title.
Ashley Davis, starting in net for the Cardinals for the second straight game, made a career-high 32 saves, while Jandová recorded 26 saves of her own.
#1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals @ #3 Norwich Cadets Norwich East West Hockey Classic- January 5th 2020
Plattsburgh State forward Nicole Unsworth is tripped up as her backhanded shot crosses the goal line to extend the Cardinals’ lead in the second period. Unsworth’s goal would prove to be the game-winner in the 6-3 victory over the Norwich Cadets. The No. 1 Plattsburgh State women’s hockey team kicked off its second semester of action with a 6-3 win over No. 3 Norwich Sunday in the first round of the 10th annual East/West Hockey Classic at Kreitzberg Arena.
The host team got on the board early, with a goal by Amanda Conway extending her program-record career tally. While a Taylor Whitney goal late in the first period tied the game 1-1 for the Cardinals, the Cadets regained their lead only 19 seconds later off the stick of senior Sophie MCGovern, and that 2-1 margin stood into the first intermission.
The defending national champions wrested back control of the contest in the second frame, scoring three goals within 61 seconds. The Cardinals’ Madison Walker tied the goal at the 9:18 mark of the second period, and Abby Brush scored the go-ahead tally at 9:57.
The visitors capped off the flurry of goals at 10:57 with a backhanded shot from Nicole Unsworth, taking advantage of a Norwich turnover in the defensive zone.
The Cardinals earned extra insurance with powerplay goals from Sara Krauseneck and Ivy Boric in the third period before Norwich’s Brynn Wopperer scored the third goal for the Cadets.
Ashley David made 29 saves in net for the Cardinals, including a stop on an Ann-Frederique Guay penalty shot. With the win, Plattsburgh State advanced to take on the Bulldogs of Adrian College in the final of the East/West Hockey Classic.
Elmira Soaring Eagles @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - W.B. Mason Winter Classic Championship Game - January 4th 2020
The Elmira Soaring Eagles celebrate as they are crowd the 2019 W.B. Mason Winter Classic champions at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena. The championship game of the W.B. Mason Winter Classic woould be a renewal of a rivalry between longtime foes as the Plattsburgh State Cardinals would faceoff with the Elmira Soaring Eagles. The game would start off great for the home Cardinals as they would get the opening goal of the game just 1:27 into the first period from Christian Difelice. The lead would short-lived as the Soaring Eagles would get the equalizer with a shorthanded goal from Nick Ford just over three minutes later and tie the game at 1. Then just two minutes later at the 6:59 mark of the first period, the Soaring Eagles would take the 2-1 lead on a goal by Anthony Parrucci. That is where the game would remain for the rest of the period and until the 13:30 mark of the second when Elmira's Matthew Cuce would score two goals in two minutes with one of them being a shorthanded goal to take the 4-1 lead. That would be all that the Soaring Eagles would need as they would hold on from there to take the 4-1 victory. In the losing effort, the Cardinals would fall to 4-7-1 on the season. Gallery.
Endicott Gulls Vs Wentworth Leopards - W.B. Mason Winter Classic Consolation Game - January 4th 2020
Endicott's Jason Kalinowski (10) knocks in the rebound in front of the net as part of a three goal game. The conference foes from the Commonwealth Coast Conference would meet in a nonconference game for the consolation game of the 2020 WB Mason Winter Classic at Plattsburgh State. The Gulls would get the opening goal of the game at 6:43 mark from Elliott Clemmons. Although the lead would be short lived as the Leopards would answer right back 12 seconds later and tie the game up on the Connor Beaudet goal to make it 1-1. About five minutes later at the 11:29 mark of the first period the Gulls would retake the lead at 2-1 on the Jason Kalinowski second goal of the night. In the final 30 seconds of the period the Leopards would tie the game at 2 on the Connor Beaduet second goal of the game. The game would stay there till the third period when Endicott's Jason Kalinowski would get his hat trick goal at the 11:48 of the third period. to make it 3-2. Then about three minutes later the Gulls would put the icing on the cake with 4-2 win on the goal by Zach Mazur. With the win the Gulls will finish the weekend 1-1 and get third place in the 2019 WB Mason Winter Classic. Gallery.
Clarkson Golden Knights @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - Janaury 4th 2020
Plattsburgh State's Nick DeAngelis (4) with the three from behind the arc as part of a game high 25 points. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would open up the 2020 portion of there season with a nonconference battle against fellow North Country foe the Clarkson Golden Knights. It would be a game that you could tell both teams were coming off the holiday break as they would have spurts on really good play and then some not so good play. The Cardinals and Golden Knights would keep it close throughout the first half and the Cardinals would have a slim 37-33 lead at the break. As the teams came back for the second half and it would actually be a even half as the Cardinals would win the half 34-32 and secure the win at 71-65. In the winning effort the Cardinals would get back to 500 at 4-4 and Nick DeAngelis would lead the way with 25 points. Gallery.
Wentworth Leopards @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - W.B. Mason Winter Classic Semi-Finals - January 3rd 2020
Plattsburgh State's Jimmy Poreda with the stick saves as he closes down the post of one of his 29 saves on night. It would be the second semi-final game of the W.B. Mason Winter Classic and it would feature the host Plattsburgh State Cardinals and the Wentworth Leopards. It would take the home Cardinals a bit to get going but they would end the first period on a hot streak with three goals in the final three minutes from Rich McCartney, Liam Lawson, and Joe Kile for a 3-0 lead. In the second period, the Cardinals would get a pair of goals to expand on there lead coming from Samir Abouelhana and Christian Dahl. While the Leopards would get a goal from Jake Hallisey to break up the shutout bid and make it a 5-1 game, In the third period the Cardinals would go into conservation mode and ride out the period to save energy for the finals tomorrow and give up one goal to Nate Chase and secure the 5-2. In the winning effort, Christian Dahl would lead the way with 2 points and Jimmy Poreda would have 29 saves as the Cardinals go to 4-6-1 on the season, The Cardinals will be back in action tomorrow evening as they will play the Elmira Soaring Eagles in the finals of the W.B. Mason Winter Classic. Gallery.
R.P.I. Engineers @ #4 Clarkson Golden Knights - January 3rd 2020
Clarkson's Anthony Romano (29) charging after the loose trying for the tying goal against the R.P.I. The #4 Clarkson Golden Knights would host the R.P.I. Engineers at the Cheel Arena for there first game of 2020 and since December 14th and come right back into conference play. The Engineers would jump out to a quick 1-0 lead as Simon Kjellberg would score 1:23 into the game and make it 1-0. The game would stay there all the way to the third period when the Engineers would double up there lead on the Ture Linden goal to make it 2-0 Engineers. The Golden Knights would get on the board with just over five minutes left in the game with a Mathieu Gosselin goal to make it 2-1. Although they would not be able to get the equalizer and the Engineers would get an empty-net goal in the final minute from Will Reilly to secure the 3-1 win for the Engineers. In the losing effort, Frank Marotte would make 23 saves as the Golden Knights fall to 13-4-2. The Golden Knights will be back in action at home next weekend as they host the Princeton Tigers and Quinnipac Bobcats. Gallery.
Potsdam Sandstoners @ Plattsburgh Hornets High School Girls Hockey January 3rd 2020
Potsdam's Karley Green (12 breaks in front of Plattsburgh's Ava Juilan for the goal. The Plattsburgh High School girls’ hockey team suffered a 3-2 non-conference loss at home Jan. 3 against Potsdam. The game began well for the Lady Hornets, who built a 2-0 lead in the first period off goals from Amanda Vaughn and Avery Holland. The remainder of the game was an effort to maintain that lead, unsuccessfully. The Sandstoners got on the board at the 11-minute mark of the second period, as the Hornets turned the puck over at the offensive blue line, and two Plattsburgh defensemen collided with one another to send Potsdam freshman Kennedy Emerson on a breakaway. That would be the theme of the third period, as Potsdam junior Karley Green beat Plattsburgh goaltender Ava Julian on a breakaway of her own at the 10:03 mark to tie the contest. With the game seemingly destined for overtime, the Sandstoners showed they had other ideas. A breakout pass from Green found Emerson, who blew past the Hornets’ defense in the neutral zone and deked around Julian in the crease to tap the puck in on the backhand. With Emerson’s second tally coming with only 17 seconds remaining, the Lady Hornets were unable to overcome the deficit and lost a game they had led 2-0 at the halfway mark.
Endicott Gulls Vs Elimira Soaring Eagles - W.B. Mason Winter Classic Semi-Finals - January 3rd 2020
The Elmira Soaring Eagles celebrate as they get the game winner with 13 seconds left in the overtime. It would be the opening game of the W.B. Mason Winter Classic hosted by the Plattsburgh State Cardinals and would feature a matchup between the Endicott Gulls and the Elmira Soaring Eagles. The first period would take sometime to get going as there would be no scoring there would be three goals in 9 minutes. The Gulls would get two goals from James Winkler and Stev Kuxhynski as the Soaring Eagles would get a lone goal from Kale Kane and the Gulls would have a 2-1 lead after the first period. In the second period the offenses on both sides would be a scoring machince as they would combine for four goals in the period. Scoring for the Soaring Eagles would be Nick Ford and Marty Kaponian and for the Gulls it would be Luke Rogers and Bump Lisk as the Gulls would take a 4-3 lead into the final period. In the final period the Soaring Eagles would keep up the fight and win the period 2-1 and send the game to overtime. Scoring in the third period for the Soaring Eagles would be Stev Kunchynski and Matthew Cuce. In the overtime it was starting to look like we were headed to the shootout until Elimra's Nick Ford would rip one by the goalie to give the Soaring Eagles the 6-5 win in overtime. With the win the Soaring Eagles will head to the championship of the W.B. Mason Winter Classic against either host Plattsburgh State or Wentworth. Gallery.
2020 A New Year, A New Beginning
Thursday, January 2, 2020 - Over the last year, KC Photo Video has been making changes to it website that today is going live. We are very excited to be going live with this site. The new site has an updated look and feel that reflects our company's new color scheme and the new site is now mobile and touchscreen friendly. It is one site that has our DVD store and our other content like stories and images. You can now tweet our content and when you create an account, you can post comments and buy our DVD's. We are working on moving older content over to this new system. ALL CONTENT FROM 2019 is available. If you need to use the old site to get content that we haven't moved over yet, it is still available. In the main menu, it is located under the tab, Old Site. As always, have a Happy New Year.