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#1 Norwich Cadets Vs Middlebury Panthers - Primelink Great Northern Shootout Semi-Finals - NCAA Men's Hockey - November 29th 2019


Middlebury's Conor Breen (10) with the crunching hit along the boards on Norwich's Felix Brassard (8). #1 Norwich Cadets would matchup with rival Middlebury Panthers in the Semi-finals of the 22nd Primelink Great Northern Shootout. It would be another great game between two great teams. The game would remain scoreless through the first period. Middlebury's Matt Danner would break the ice at the 11-minute mark to give the underdog Panthers the lead. The Cadets would keep fighting and tie the game up in the final minute of the second period on the Felix Brassard powerplay goal. The game would end up going to overtime as neither team could score in the third period, not for the lack of chances. In the overtime Panthers Zach Shapiro would get the game-winner on a scramble in front of the net to complete the upset victory. With the win, the Panthers go to 4-1 on the season and head to the championship while the Norwich Cadets suffer there first loss of the season and go to the consolation game. Gallery

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Norwich's Matt Burchill (3) throws the stick in front of the net to keep the game tie at one. Gallery

#3 Wisconsin Eau-Claire Blugold at Plattsburgh State Cardinals Primelink Great Northern Shootout Semi-Finals NCAA Men's Hockey November 29th 2019


Plattsburgh State's Joe Drabin (11) with the crunching hit along the boards to break up. the play. It would be time for the second semi-final game of the Primelink Great Northern Shootout and the host Plattsburgh State Cardinals would take on the #3 Wisconsin Eau Claire Blugood in front of 1400 fans. It would not start off good for the home team as the Blugold would score twice in the first period from Scott Munro and Jake Bresser to make it 2-0 after one. In the second period, the Cardinals wouldn't fare much better as the Blugold would get another to 3-0 on the Zach Kennedy goal. In the third period, the Cardinals wouldn't have much left as they would give up three more goals Jon Richards twice and Andrew McGlynn. Although the Cardinals would avoid the shutout on a goal by Ryan Hogg on the powerplay for the 6-1 Blugood win. In the winning effort, Wisconsin Eau Claire stays undefeated and head to the finals against Middlebury. While the Cardinals fall to 3-4-1 and have a matchup with #1 Norwich Cadets in the third-place game. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Brendan Schulte (24) with the shoot on net from the faceoff circle. Gallery

Potsdam State Bears @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - SUNYAC Men's Hockey - November 22nd 2019

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Plattsburgh State's Christian DiFelice (23) slides through the would be blocker along the end boards. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host North Country rival the Potsdam State Bears in SUNYAC action in front of 1500 fans. The game would start off good for the Cardinals as they would get the two opening goals from Brendan Young and Liam Lawson. Although the Bears would get one late to make it 2-1 after one. In the second period the teams would explode for 5 goals combined. In doing so the Cardinals would have a 5-3 after the second period. Scoring for the Cardinals would be Ryan Hogg, Liam Lawson, and Christian Dahl. In the third period the Bears would do there best to make the comeback but the Cardinals would get the 7-5 win with goals from Ryan Hogg and Philip Middleton. In the winning effort the Cardinals go to 3-3-1 on the season and leading the way would be Liam Lawson and Philip Middleton with three point nights. Gallery


Plattsburgh State's Adam Tretowicz (21) with the hit long the end boards to breakup the play. Gallery

Buffalo State Bengals @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - SUNYAC Men's Hockey - November 16th 2019

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Plattsburgh State's Brendan Young (20) eyes the puck and goes for the thief. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host SUNYAC foe Buffalo State at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena in front of 1500 fans. The game would remain scoreless through the first period. The Cardinal would eventual take the 1-0 lead on the Joe Drabin goal at the 9:10 mark of the period. The Cardinals would be able to expand the lead to 2-0 four minutes later on the goal by Rich McCartney. From that point on the Cardinals would go into defensive mode and get the 2-0 win. In the winning effort Jimmy Poreda would make 39 saves as the Cardinals go to 2-3-1 on the season. Gallery


Plattsburgh State's Andrew Bechard (44) breaks into the zone to start the attack. Gallery

#3 Cornell Big Red @ #7 Clarkson Golden Knights - ECAC Men's Hockey - November 15th 2019


Clarkson's Connor McCarthy (2) with sniper over the pad for the goal. It would be a rematch of last years ECAC Championship as the #7 Clarkson Golden Knights host the #3 Cornell Big Red in a early season tilt in front of 2900 fans. The teams would be evenly matched throughout the game as the first goal would come at the 11:15 mark when Travis Mitchell would give the Big Red the 1-0 lead. Just two minutes later the Big Red would strike again to double the lead at 2-0 on the Jeff Mallott goal. Then at the fifteen minute mark of the second period the Knights would get on the board and cut the deficit in half on the Connor McCrarthy powerplay goal. Then with just under two minutes Clarkson's Devin Brosseau would get the game tying goal. The Big Red would retake the lead at 3-2 halfway through the third period on the Cam Donaldson goal. Then in the final couple minutes the Big Red would get the empty netter to secure the 4-2 victory. In the winning effort the Cornell Big Red go to 5-0 while Golden Knights go to 7-3-1 on the season. Gallery


Clarkson's Haralds Egle (18) comes in on the breakaway looking for the game tying goal. Gallery

Fredonia State @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - SUNYAC Men's Hockey - November 15th 2019

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Plattsburgh State's Phillip Middleton (4) chases down the loose puck. Coming off their first win of the season, the Plattsburgh State Cardinals returned home to the Ronald B. Stafford Ice Arena Friday and skated to a 1-1 tie with the Blue Devils of SUNY Fredonia. The Cardinals appeared to get on the board midway through the first period, when junior Liam Lawson chased down the puck behind the Fredonia net and fed it out in front to sophomore defenseman Matt Araujo, who buried it with a one-timer. The goal was waved off, however, when officials ruled that Fredonia goaltender Anton Rosen had been interfered with on the play.The Blue Devils officially opened the scoring a few minutes later with a Victor Tracy goal past Plattsburgh goaltender Jimmy Poreda. The Cardinals responded to the goal quickly, and Araujo got his goal back three minutes later, skating around Fredonia defenseman Max Blitz to get a shot from the face-off circle.Those first-period tallies proved to be the only scores of the game, as Rosen made 45 saves on the night to keep the Cardinals from gaining the lead. Poreda made 24 saves in net for the home team.A scrum 11 seconds into the overtime period after Plattsburgh's Mitchell Hale hit Rosen behind the net resulted in 4-on-4 hockey for two minutes, and bench minor for too many players gave Plattsburgh a full power-play in the latter stages of the extra frame, but the Blue Devils restricted the Cardinals to just one shot in overtime, as Plattsburgh's powerplay went 0-for-6 in the tie game. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Ada, Tretowicz (21) splits the defenders and fires the shot from the slot. Gallery

Worcester Railers @ Adirondack Thunder - ECHL Hockey - November 10th 2019


Adirondack's James Henry (15) with the crunching hit along the end boards on Worcester's defender. It would be a matchup in the northern division of the ECHL with the Adirondack Thunder hosting the Worcester Railers on Marvel night as the teams had special jerseys for the night. The Thunder would get the opening goal of the game from Ara Nazarian at the 3:49 mark of the period. The Thunder would then score again at the 6:30 mark of the period on the Alexandre Carrier to make it a 2-0 game. That is where the game would stay til the 11:48 mark of the second when Worcester would get on the board with a goal by Cody Payne to make it 2-1. Although the one goal lead would short lived as the Thunder would score a minute and thity later on the Mike Szmatula goal to make it 3-1. The game would stay there til the 7:28 mark of the third period when Mike Salhany would score to make it 4-1. Although the railers would answer back 30 seconds later on a Matt Schmalz goal to make it 4-2. Then the Thunder would get a couple goals in the final couple minutes from Connor Riley and Ara Nazarian to secure the 6-2 victory. In the winning effort Ara Nazarian would have two goals and Evan Cormier would make 32 saves as the Thunder get the 6-2 win. In the winning effort the Thunder go to 6-4-2 on the season. Gallery


Adirondack's Hayden Verbeek (10) comes down on the breakaway attempt but is denied by Worcester's Linus Soderstrom (31). Gallery

#3 Geneseo State Knights @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - SUNYAC Men's Hockey - November 2nd 2019

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Plattsburgh State's Liam Lawson (39) slides in beating defense and taking the goalie on one on one. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the #3 Geneseo State in SUNYAC Hockey action. The game would take til half way through the second period for the first goal of the game. The Knights would break the ice and take the lead 1-0 at the ten minute mark of the second period on the Chris Perna power play goal. The Cardinals would fight back and tie the game up at one a minute and half into the third period by Matt Arajuo. The game would stay there through regulation and head to overtime. In the overtime the Knights would get the game winner on the Tyson Empsey and the Cardinals would fall 2-1. In the losing effort Jimmy Poreda would make 22 saves as the Cardinals start the season at 0-2. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Joe Drabin (11) with the wrist shot on net from the face off circle. Gallery

Brockport State Golden Eagles @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals - SUNYAC Men's Hockey - November 1st 2019

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Plattsburgh State's Mitchell Hale (26) carries the puck into the zone and start the attack. It would be the season opener and start of a new era for the Plattsburgh State Cardinals as they would host the Brockport State Golden Eagles in the season opener and first game with Steve Moffitt behind the bench. The game would be scoreless through the first period and the Eagles would get the first goal by Doc Gentzler at 1:14 of the second period on the power play. The Cardinals would respond back and tie the game at one about five minutes later on the Matt Araujo goal. Although not even a minute later the Cardinals would regain the one goal lead on the Ethan Solat goal. Then the Eagles would extend there lead to 3-1 at the 10:40 mark of the second period on the goal by Mitchell Parson. That would be the last of the scoring on the night and the Cardinals would fall 3-1 in the first game of the season. In the losing effort Jimmy Perodea would make 15 saves as they fall to 0-1 on the season. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Phillip Middleton (4) sets up the pass the attacker headed into the zone. Gallery

Massena Red Raiders @ Beekmantown Eagles - Upstate New York Girls Hockey League - December 13th 2019

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Beekmantown's Brianne Knight (1) with the pad save as part of a 40 save night. The Beekmantown girls' hockey team earned a home victory Friday with a 4-3 victory over Massena at the Scotts' Memorial Rink in Chazy. In a back-and-forth game that saw the teams combine for 84 shots on goal and 12 penalties, the Eagles never trailed. While the Red Raiders controlled much of the five-on-five play in the first period, penalties allowed Beekmantown to get their share of offensive pressure. Massena killed off an early five-on-three opportunity for the Eagles but surrendered a powerplay goal later in the period as Celine Juneau found Bailey Carter at the back door for the only goal of the period. Two minutes into the second period, Carter got her second tally of the night after skating in to support Leah Coulombe's drive to the net. Hannah Chilton pulled the Red Raiders back within a goal midway into the frame as the Eagles failed to clear the zone after blocking a shot in the high slot. Chilton's goal started a brief flurry of goals, as Beekmantown's Amanda Cayea tallied 40 seconds later to again pull ahead by two goals. A minute after that, Massena's Meg Wilmshurst brought the puck into the zone and put directed a shot low to the blocker side on Beekmantown's goaltender Brianne Knight. Knight tried to kick it wide while still retreating to her goal line, but could not push it far enough to keep the Red Raiders from once again pulling within a goal. The Eagles found themselves briefly facing a five-on-three penalty kill later in the second period, but key saves by Knight kept Massena from equalizing. Carter completed her hat trick midway through the final period before Brooke Terry again brought the Red Raiders within one. Carter took a penalty later in the period, but the Beekmantown penalty kill kept Massena pinned in their own zone for the duration, and the Eagles held on for the 4-3 win. Knight made 40 saves in net for Beekmantown, while Massena's Mackenzie Garrow stopped 37 shots. Gallery

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Beekmantown's Bryn Walsh (8) with the deke on Massena's Audrey Hurlbut (9). Gallery