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#3 Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs #10 Middlebury Panthers - NEWHL Women's Hockey - February 19th 2019

crashing net

Plattsburgh State's Ashley Songin (12)crashes the net going for the goal and takes out the going for the goal. It would be a bad between top ten teams in nation as the #3 Plattsburgh State Cardinals and the #10 Middlebury Panthers in front of 500 fans. The game would remain scoreless until the 1:33 mark of the second period when the Cardinals would take the 1-0 lead on Kaitlin Drew-Mead goal. The Cardinals would expand there lead to 2-0 on Abby Brush's breakaway goal at the 6:43 mark of the third period. The Panthers although would cut the lead in half with under five minutes to go to make the reminder intense. Although the Cardinals would put the game away in the last minute on a empty netter from Annie Katonka to secure the 3-1 victory. In the winning effort Kassi Abbott would make 20 saves as the Cardinals finish the regular season 23-2. Gallery

breakaway goal

Plattsburgh State's Kaitlin Drew-Mead (27) breaks down the ice on the break for the goal pad side. Gallery

#3 Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs Oswego State Lakers - NEWHL Women's Hockey - January 26th 2019

stick save

Plattsburgh State's Kassi Abbott (29) with the stick save sent to the corner as part of a 15 save night. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would meet up with the Oswego State Lakers in NEWHL action. The Cardinals would get the opening goal of the game from Ashley Songin at 13:47 of the first period. The Cardinals would extend the lead to 2-0 at 3:05 of the second period on Nicole Unsworth. Then just under a minute later the Cardinals would go up 3-0 Abby Brush goal. The Cardinals would end there scoring at 14:17 of the second period on the Kaitlin Mead-Drew goal and secure the 4-0 victory. In the winning effort Kassie Abbott would make 15 saves for the shutout as the Cardinals go to 17-2 on the season. Gallery

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Plattsburgh State's Hannah Kiraly (21) with the hit along the boards to take the puck away. Gallery

#1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs Buffalo State Bengals - NEWHL Women's Hockey - January 13th 2019

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Plattsburgh State's Ashley Davis (1) prepares for the save coming in from the Buffalo State shooter as part of a 12 save game for the shutout. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would meet up with the Buffalo State Bengals to finish of a weekend doubleheader in the NEWHL in front of 345 fans. The Cardinals wouldn't waste anytime as they would get three goals in the first period from Ashley Songin, Annie Katonka and Nicole Unsworth for the 3-0 lead. In the second period the Cardinals would strike for two more coming from Mackenzie Millen and Annie Katonka to make it a 5-0 Cardinals lead. The Cardinals would add one more in the third period from Moe Tsukimoto to secure the 6-0 victory. In the winning effort the Cardinal goaltenders would combine to make 16 saves in the shutout as the Cardinals go to 13-2 on the season. Gallery

on the doorstep

Plattsburgh State's Annie Katonka (47) slides it across on the doorstep as part of a 2 goal game. Gallery

Adirondack Thunder Vs Worcester Railers - ECHL Hockey - April 7th 2019

check

Adirondack's Desmond (37) with the check of the Railers offense man and knock him off the puck. The Adirondack Thunder would host the Worcester Railers in the season finale of the East Coast Hockey League. The Thunder would get the first goal of the game halfway through the first period on the goal by John Edwards. The game would stay there til the 2:35 of mark of the second when the Railers would tie the game at one and then eventually take the 2-1 lead at 7:25 of the period. The Thunder come right back and tie the game up a minute later and John Edwards gets his second goal of the game. The Railers would not give up and tie the game back up halfway through the period at 3-2 and take that into the third period. The Thunder would tie the game up at three just three minutes into the third period on the James Henry goal. Then just 90 seconds later Matt Salhany would score to give the Thunder the 4-3 lead. The lead would last til the last 90 seconds when the Railers would score with the extra man to force overtime. In the overtime it would not be the Thunders game as Railers would score two minutes in as the Thunder would fall 4-3 in overtime. In the losing effort the Thunder would lock up the second seed in the ECHL playoffs and host the Manchester Monarchs. Gallery

out of the corner

Adirondack's James Henry (15) plays the puck out of corner and centers it up and would have a goal on the night. Gallery

#2 Cornell Big Red Vs #3 Clarkson Golden Knights - ECAC Championships Finals - March 23rd 2019

game winner

Clarkson's Chris Klack (8) with the rebound off the Cornell goalie for the championship winner. The 2019 ECAC Hockey Championships Finals would come down to #2 Cornell Big Red and the #3 Clarkson Golden Knights and also would be a pair of top ten teams in the country vying for the conference automatic bid into the NCAA Championship at the Herb Brooks Arena in Lake Placid in front of 5700 fans. The Big Red would get the important first goal of the game from Noah Bauld at the 7:29 mark of the first period. Although in a matter four minutes between period the twelve and sixteen minute mark of the first period Devin Brosseau would get two powerplay goals and give the Golden Knights a 2-1 lead after the first period. The game would remain there for the longest time as both teams were very evenly matched. Although with just under six minutes left in the game the Big Red tie the game up on the Tristan Mullin goal and would be enough to send the game to overtime. In that overtime period it was starting to look like we might be heading for a second overtime until Chris Klack would knock in the rebound and give the Clarkson Golden Knights 2019 ECAC Championship for the first time sense 2007. In the winning effort Jake Keilly would make 29 saves as the Clarkson Golden Knights head to the NCAA Tournament. Gallery

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Cornell's Noah Baulding (8) taps in the rebound to give the Big Red the early 1-0 lead. Gallery

#3 Clarkson Golden Knights Vs #4 Harvard Crimson - ECAC Championships Semi-Finals - March 22nd 2019

crunch

Harvard's Benjamin Solin (11) with the hard check along te boards on the Clarkson player to break up the play. The #3 Clarkson Golden Knights would meet up with the #4 Harvard Crimson in the semi-finals of the ECAC Championships demi-finals at the Herb Brooks Arena in front of 4800 people, The Golden Knights would open up the scoring just 2:30 into the game on the Haralds Eagle goal. Then just over three minutes later the Knights would extend there lead to 2-0 on the Anthony Callin goal. The game would stay there till the thirteen minute mark when the Golden Knights would score again this time from Nicco Strum for the 3-0 lead. The Crimson would answer right back a minute later on the Adam Fox goal to make it 3-1. Then just over a minute into the third period Harvard's Jack Rathbone would score to make it a 3-2. Although the Golden Knights were having nothing of it as they scored twice from Jack Jacome and Jordan Schneider to secure the 5-2 victory. In the winning effort Jake Keily would make 26 saves as the Golden Knights advance to the finals of the ECAC Championship against the #2 Cornell Big Red. Gallery

glove save

Clarkson's Jake Keilly (29) with the glove save as part of a 26 save night to petverse the victory. Gallery

#2 Cornell Big Reds Vs #8 Brown Bears - ECAC Championships Semi-Finals - March 22nd 2019

goal

Cornell's Morgan Barron (14) with rebound goal to extend the lead. The #2 Cornell Big Red would meet up with the #8 Brown Bears in the semi-final of the ECAC Championships at the Herb Brooks Arena in front of 4800 fans. The Big Red would open the first period with three goals setting the tone early with three goals in the period including two goals on one major powerplay with goals coming from Matthew Nuttle, Noah Bauld and Tristian Mullin. In the second period the Big Red would extend there lead to 4-0 on a goal from Morgan Barron on the powerplay at the thirteen minute mark. In the third period the Big Red would score two more from Joe Leahy and Kyle Betts to secure the 6-0. In the winning effort Matthew Galajda would make 30 saves in a shutout effort as they would advance to the ECAC Championships finals and face the winner of Clarkson and Harvard. Gallery

crunch

Brown's Alex Brink (19) with the crunching hit along the boards on the Cornell player to break up the play. Gallery

Adirondack Thunder Vs Reading Royals - ECHL Hockey - March 17th 2019

whind up

Adirondack's Peter McArthur (16) with the whind up for the shot from the blue line. The Adirondack would finish off a three game weekend home stand with the Reading Royals as they make a late season push for the top spot in the north division in front of 2900 fans. The lone goal of the first period would come from the Royals Kevin Goumas at 6:37 of the period for the 1-0 lead. As for the second period the Thunder would tie the game up at the seven minute mark on the Kelly Summers goals right off the face off. Then the Thunder would pull ahead 2-1 at the 11 minute mark on Hans. Gorowsky goal his first goal as a profesional. Although the Royals would answer back with 2 power plays goals in the final 90 seconds of the period from Josh McDonald and Chris McCarthy to give the Royals the 3-2 lead as we entered the final period. In the final period it would take the Thunder til four minutes left in the game before they would score and tie the game up on Hans Gorowsky second career goal and second of the night. The Thunder would take the 4-3 lead 38 seconds later on the Dylan Walchuck goal and the Thunder would get two empty net goals to secure the 6-4 victory and get the rare 6 point weekend. In the winning effort Hans Gorowsky would score twice with his first two pro goals and Cam Johnson would make 29 saves on the night in an emergency start. Gallery

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Adirondack's Cam Johnson (30) with the pad save on the shot right in front as part of a 29 save night. Gallery

Adirondack Thunder Vs Newfoundland Growlers - ECHL Hockey - March 16th 2019

hat trick

Adirondack's Connor Rilley (44) with the wrister in front of the defenders for the goal as part of the hat trick. The Adirondack Thunder would host the Newfoundland Growlers on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle Night. The battle would be on between the Thunder and Growlers as they fight for first in the division. The Growlers would get the opening goal of the game 1:55 in from Zach O'Brien for the 1-0 lead. The game would stay there till the 6:36 mark of the second period when Brian Ward would score to tie the game at one. The Thunder would take the 2-1 lead on the Kelly Summers goal at the thirteen minute mark. Then in the 16th minute mark the Thunder would extend there lead to 3-1 on Connor Reilly first goal of the night. In the third period the game would turn into a shootout as both teams would score three times. Although scoring for the Thunder would be Brian Ward and Connor Reilly (twice) to complete the hat trick on the night and give the Thunder a 6-4 victory. In the winning effort Connor Reilly would lead the way with three goals as the Thunder get with in nine points of the division lead headed down the stretch. Gallery

crunch

Adirondack's James Henry (15) with the crunching hit along the endboards jarring the puck lose. Gallery

Holy Cross Crusaders @ Siena Saints - December 29th 2019

NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball
layup

Siena's Manny Camper (3) takes flight down the lane and lays it off the window for two of his five points on the afternoon. The Siena Saints would finish off the 2019 portion of there season as they host the Holy Cross Crusaders in a non-conference affair. It would be a game that the Saints would take the lead in the first five minutes and hold on from there but the Crusaders would keep it close throughout as the Saints would have a 45-37 lead at the break. When the teams came back for the second half the Saints would stay in control but the Crusaders would keep it close through the Saints would win the second half 29-25 and get the 74-62 victory. In the winning effort, Donald Carey would lead the way with 22 points as the Saints go to 5-5 on the season and Crusaders fall to 1-12 on the season. Gallery

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