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St. Lawrence Saints @ #5 Clarkson Golden Knights
ECAC Men's Hockey

at the blueline

Clarkson's Devin Brosseau (14) and St. Lawerence's Jeff Clarke battle for the lose puck at the blueline. It would be the next installment of the Route 11 rivalry as the Clarkson Golden Knights would host the St. Lawerence Saints. The game would start off good for the home team as Clarkson's Connor McCarthy would light the lamp at the 12:08 mark of the first period for the powerplay goal. The game would stay there til over midway through the second period when the Saints Jake Stevens would tie it up on the powerplay at the 13:26 mark. Although it would short-lived for the tie as Clarkson's Harald Egle would score on the powerplay 30 seconds later to regain the one-goal lead at 2-1. In the third, the period the Golden Knights would extend there lead to 3-1 on Connor McCarthy's second powerplay goal of the night and secure the 3-1 victory. In the winning effort, the Golden Knights go to 11-3-1 on the season while Connor McCarthy would have two goals and Frank Marotte would make 24 saves on the night. Next up for the Golden Knights is a trip next weekend to Huntingdon, Michigan for two games with Michigan Tech.Gallery

through the check

Clarkson's Chris Klack (8) breaks through the check by St. Lawrence's Dylan Woolf (2) as he cares into the zone.Gallery

Canton Kangaroos @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals
NCAA Men's Hockey

crunch

Plattsburgh State's Christian Defeliece with the hard check on the Kangaroo that buckles him along the boards. It would be a nonconference tilt between north country foes as the Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the Canton Kangaroos. The game would start off good as the Cardinals would score 14 seconds into the game on Ryan Kuhn's goal. Although the Kangaroos would tie the game up at the 9:48 mark on a power-play goal by Jesse Farabee. Then with 4:25 left in the period, the Kangaroos would take the 2-1 lead on the Max Routledge goal. In the second period at the 9:40 mark, the Cardinals would score to cut the deficit to 1 at 3-2 on the Ryan Hogg goal. Then at the 15:14 mark of the second period, the Kangaroos would score again to regain the 2 goal lead on Max Routledge's second goal of the night at 4-2. When the teams came back for the third period the Cardinals would do there best to tie the game up. They would get it within 1 at the 7:21 mark on Adam Tretowicz's goal to make it 3-2. Although they couldn't get it any closer and would fall to 4-3. In the losing effort, Brandon Wells would make 23 saves as they fall to 3-6-1 and the Kangaroos go to 5-3-1 on the season. Gallery

goal

Plattsburgh State's Adam Trentowicz score on a quick wrister right in front to make it a one goal game. Gallery

Malone Huskies @ Saranac Chiefs
High School Boys Hockey

looking down the barrell

Saranac's Austin Carpenter (6) lines up the shot on Malone's Jeremiah Schraf (30). It would be the start of the season for both the Saranac Chiefs as they would host the Malone Huskies. The game would start off good for the Chiefs as Nolan Knight would get the first goal two minutes into the game. The game would stay there till the 12-minute mark of the period when Chiefs Austin Carpenter would strike to make it a 2-0 game. Although Carpenter wouldn't stop there as he would strike again in the final minute of the period to make it 3-0. The game would stay there through the second period as there was no scoring. As the third period would start the Chiefs would add another one 31 seconds on the Zack O'Connell goal for the 4-0 lead. From there the Chiefs would shut the Huskies down and secure the 4-0 victory. In the winning effort, the Chiefs start the season at 1-0 while the Huskies fall to 0-1.

glove save

Saranac's Erick Frechette (30) with the glove save to preserve the shutout.

Middlebury Panthers Vs #3 Wisconsin Eau Claire Blugold
Primelink Great Northern Shootout Championship

check

Wisconsin Eau Claire's Nick Techel (22) with the check that rides Middlebury's Connor Breen (10) into the broads. It would be the finals of the 22nd annual Primelink Great Northern Shootout and would feature the Middlebury Panthers and #3 Wisconsin Eau Claire Blugold. The game would start off good for the underdog Panthers as they would score 3 minutes in on the Matt Danner goal for the 1-0 lead. Although the Blugold would answer back with two goals in the first period from Nick Techel and Jard Vroman for the 2-1 lead. In the second period, the Blugold would expand there lead to 4-1 on goals from Derek Hammer and Cole Paskus. In the third period though the Panthers wouldn't go quitely as they would get two goals late from Emack Bentley and Zach Shapiro to make it tight down the stretch. Although the Blugold would hold on for the 4-3 victory and be crowned the 2019 Primelink Great Northern Shootout champion. Gallery

block shot

Middleburry's Connor Breen (10) with the shot block off the leg from Wisconsin Eau Claire's Tyler Tomberlin (12). Gallery

#1 Norwich Cadets @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals
Primelink Great Northern Shootout Consolation Game

rebound attempt

Plattsburgh State's Philip Middleton (4) shot attempt off the rebound that went to his stick. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the #1 Norwich Cadets in the consolation game of the Primelink Great Northern Shootout in front of 1100 fans. The Cadets would get the opening goal of the game from Coby Downs at the seven-minute mark of the first period. The Cardinals would answer back on the powerplay in the fourteenth minute with the Rich McCartney goal. Although from there the Cardinals would have no answer for number one as they would get four unanswered goals from Gabriel Chicocine, Jordan Hall and two more from Coby Downs to finish off the hat trick. In the winning effort, the Cadets get third place and go to 9-1 on the season while the Cardinals fall to 3-5-1 on the season Gallery

doorstep

Plattsburgh State's Adam Tretowicz (21) on the doorstep going after the loose puck. Gallery

#3 Wisconsin Eau-Claire Blugold at Plattsburgh State Cardinals
Primelink Great Northern Shootout Semi-Finals

crunch

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.

shoot on net

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

#1 Norwich Cadets Vs Middleburry Panthers
Primelink Great Northern Shootout Semi-Finals

hit

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

player save

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

Potsdam State Bears @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals
November 22nd 2019

slides through

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

crunch

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

Buffalo State Bengals @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals
November 16th 2019

eye on the puck

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 effot Jimmy Poreda would make 39 saves as the Cardinals go to 2-3-1 on the season. Gallery

breakout

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

goal

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

breakaway

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

after loose puck

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

splits defenders

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

Worcester Railers @ Adirondack Thunder
ECHL Hockey

crunch

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.

breakaway

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

#3 Geneseo State Knights @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals
SUNYAC Men's Hockey

one on one

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

shot on net

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

carry in

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

looking to center

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

Vermont Catamounts @ #10 Clarkson Golden Knights
NCAA Men's Hockey

stick save

Vermont's Stefanos Lekkas (40) with the stick save on Clarkson's Anthony Callin (44) crossing in front. It would be the Clarkson Golden Knights hosting the Vermont Catamounts in the home opener at Cheel arena. The game would would take a while to get going as the game would still be scoreless after the first period. The Golden Knights would take the 1-0 lead 6:43 into second period when Zach Tsekos would score on the power play to make it 1-0. The Catamounts would fight there way back and tie the game up at 1 at the 12 minute mark of the period on the Joey Cipollone goal. We would go to the third tied but the Catamounts would take the lead 2-1 quickly into the period on the Christian Evers goal. The Golden Knights would give up though as they would tie the game up at the ten minute mark when Zach Tsekos gets his second of the night. The Golden Knights would regain the lead 3-2 on Zach Tsekos third goal of the night. From there the Golden Knights would hold on for the win. In the winning effort Frank Marotte would make 31 saves as the Golden Knights go to 2-0-1 while the Catamounts fall to 0-1. Gallery

crunch

Clarkson's Jordan Schneider (12) with the crunching hit along the end boards on Vermont's defender. Gallery

ECHL Hockey
Adirondack Thunder Vs Worcester Railers

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

ECAC Championships Finals
#2 Cornell Big Red Vs #3 Clarkson Golden Knights

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

goal

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

ECAC Championships Semi-finals
#3 Clarkson Golden Knights Vs #4 Harvard Crimson

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

ECAC Championship Semi-Finals
#2 Cornell Big Red Vs #8 Brown Bears

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. Gallerty

crunch

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

ECHL Hockey
Adirondack Thunder Vs Reading Royals

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

pad save

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

ECHL Hockey
Adirondack Thunder Vs Newfoundland Growlers

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

SUNYAC Quarterfinals
#3 Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs #6 Brockport State Golden Eagles

pad save

Plattsburgh State's Jimmy Poreda (29) with the pad save on the low shot as part of a 30 save night. The #3 Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the #6 Brockport State Golden Eagles in the Quarterfinals of the SUNYAC Tournament. The Golden Eagles would take the early 1-0 lead just 2:17 into the game. That would be the only scoring all the way til the 6:48 mark of the third period when Matt Araujo would score to tie the game at one. The Cardinals would take the lead just 80 seconds later on Cole Stallard's goal to make it a 2-1 Cardinals lead. The Cardinals would add a empty netter in the closing minute from Ross Sloan to secure the 3-1 victory. In the winning effort Johnny Poreda would make 30 saves as the Cardinals advance to the semi-finals and a matchup with Oswego State. Gallery

crunch

Plattsburgh State's Matt Araujo (18) with the crunching hit long the boards to breakup the play. Gallery

Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs #3 Oswego State Lakers

pad save

Plattsburgh State's Jimmy Poreda (29) with the pad save for one of his 31 saves on the night. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would end there regular season against arch rival #3 Oswego State Lakers in SUNYAC action. The Cardinals would get the opening goal of the game at the 7:59 mark of the first period from Christian Difelice. The Cardinals would waste no time make it 2-0 just 36 seconds later on Ryan Kuhn's goal. The game would remain there all the way til the third period when the Lakers would score at the 9:38 nark. From there the Cardinals would fight to keep the one goal lead and get the 2-1 victory. In the winning effort Jimmy Poreda would make 32 saves as the Cardinals finish the season at 12-11-2. Next up for the Cardinals would be the SUNYAC Quarterfinals and they will host Brockport State February 20th. Gallery

shot

Plattsburgh State's Daniil Ovchinnikov (13) with the shot on net over the defender looking for the goal. Gallery

Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs Cortland State Red Dragons

slapper

Plattsburgh State's Damiil Ovchinnikov (13) with the slap shot on net just inside the blueline. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the Cortland State Red Dragons as they fight for playoff positioning. The Cardinals would strike quick on Andrew Pizzio's goal at 1:34 of the first period to make it 1-0 Cardinals. Then at the 5:50 mark the Cardinals would extend there lead to 2-0 on Phillip Middleton's goal. Then with 6 minutes left in the period Ian Keller would score for Cortland to cut there lead in half at 2-1. The game would stay there til nine minute mark of the second period when Cam Owens would score for the Cardinals to regain the 2 goal lead at 3-1. Then just about two minutes later the Cardinals would score again to make 4-1. That is where the game would stay til the 11 minute mark of the third period when Cole Stallard would score for the Cardinals and secure the 5-1 victory. In the winning effort Jimmy Poerda would make 19 saves as the Cardinals would go to 11-11-2 on the season. Gallery

down the wing

Plattsburgh State's Liam Lawson (39) takes it down the wing to blow by the defender on the way to the net. Gallery

#9 Cornell Big Red Vs St. Lawrence Saints

Goal

Cornell's Morgan Barron (27) with the goal on the rebound. The #9 Cornell Big Red would host the St. Lawrence Saints in ECAC Hockey action at Lynah Rink in front of just over 3900 fans. Michael Regush would give the Big Red the early 1-0 lead five minutes into the game on the power play. Then at the ten minute mark of the first period the Big Red would extend there lead to 2-0 on another powerplay goal from Morgan Barron. The game would remain there til the 11 minute mark of the second period when St. Lawrence's Andrew Mcintyre would light the lamp to cut the lead in half at 3=1. The Big Red would regain the two goal lead with 4 minutes left in the second period on Mitch Vanderlaan goal to make it 3-1. Although that would be all from the Saints as the Big Red hold on for the 3-1 victory. In the winning effort Cornell goes to 15-6-2 on the season as Matthew Galajda makes 20 saves in the shutout victory. Gallery

up close

Cornell's Michael Regush (19) pins St. Lawrence's Michael Ederer (16) along the boards as the battle for the puck in the corner. Gallery

Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs Middleburry Panthers

check on boards

Plattsburgh State's Joe Drabin (11) with the hard check along the boards to knock the puck away from the Panther. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the Middlebury Panthers in non conference action in front of 1500 fans at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena. The Cardinals would strike first 90 seconds into the game with Greg Malafronte for the 1-0 lead. Then at the 11 minute mark of the period the Greg Malafronte would strike again this time on the power play to make it 2-0 Cardinals lead. The Panthers would get on the board with 4 minutes left in the period to make it 2-1 Cardinals at the end of the first period. The Cardinals would extend the lead to 3-1 on Antonio Desyoners eight minutes into the period. The game would stay there til the third period when the Panthers would explode for five goals in the period and the Panthers would get the 6-3 victory. In the losing effort Brandon Wells would make 21 saves as the Cardinals fall to 6-6-1 on the season.Gallery

on the door step

Plattsburgh State'd Phillip Middleton (4) with the wrap around attempt going for the equalizer. Gallery

Men's Hockey
W.B. Mason Winter Classic Champonship
Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs St. Anselm Hawks

game winner

Plattsburgh State's Pat Eagn with the game winner in the shootout over the glove and off the back of the net. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the St. Anselm Hawks in the 2019 W.B. Mason Winter Classic Championship in front of 1400 people. The Cardinals would strike first and fast as Pat Egan would score just 55 seconds into the game for the 1-0 lead. The Hawks would fight back and tie the game at one with a first period goal at 14:00 with the Mike Ferraro goal. That would be all the scoring on the night through regulation and overtime and the game would finish tied at 1. Although because of the tournament the teams went to a shootout and in the fourth round Pat Egan would send the home folks home happy with the game winner. In the winning effort Lawson Fenton would make 35 saves on night as the Cardinals go to 6-5-2 on the season. Gallery

pad save

Plattsburgh State's Lawson Fenton (33) with the pad save on the low shot during the shootout yto perverse the victory. Gallery

W.B. Mason Winter Classic Third Place Game
Manhattanville Valiants Vs Connecticut College Camels

pad save

Manhattanville's Tyler Feaver (30) with the low shot by Connectivut College Greg Pezza (15). The Manhattanville Valiants and the Connecticut College Camels would meet up in the third place game of the 2019 W.B. Mason Winter Classic. The Camels draw first with the goal from Jacob Monreau at 8:51 of the first period bto give them the 1-0 lead after the period. The game would remain there throughout as that would be the loan goal of the game. The Camels goalie Andy Gobbo would make 37 saves four the shutout. With the win the Camels go to 4-8-1 and finish third in the tournament. Gallery

low check

Connecticut College's Ryan Petti (9) goes low on Manhattanville's Jarod LaVallee (27) and check him right into the boards. Gallery

W.B. Mason Winter Classic Semi-Finals
Plattsburgh State Cardinals Vs Connecticut College Camels

backhander goal

Plattsburgh State's Ryan Kuhn (24) with the backhander goal over the shoulder as part of a two goal night. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the Connecticut College Camels in front of 1400 fans in the W.B. Mason Winter Classic Semi-Finals. The Cardinals would get the opening goal of the game from Mike Falanga at 15:37 of the first period for the 1-0 lead. Then over the next over the next 1:45 the Cardinals would add two more goals from Charles Barber and Jesse Neher and the Camels would add one as we well to make it a 3-1 game. Thats where the game would stay til the 4:13 mark of the second period when Ryan Kuhn would score to make it 4-1. Then at the 11:21 mark of the period Ryan Kuhn would score on the powerplay to make it a 5-1 game. The Camels would strike back two minutes later with a goal of there to make it 5-2. Although that would be all the scoring on the night as the teams went scoreless in third period and the Cardinals get the 5-2 victory. With the win the Cardinals advance to the finals of the W.B. Mason Winter Classic and will face the St. Anslem Hawks for the title. Gallery

hip check

Plattsburgh State's Andrew Pizzo (7) with the hip check along the boards on the Connecticut College player to break up the play and send it the other way. Gallery

W.B. Mason Classic Semi-Finals:
St. Anslem Hawks Vs Manhattanville Valiants

fall down goal

Manhattanville's Matt Lippa (9) falling down as he scores first of three goals on the night. The St. Anslem Hawks and the Manhattanville Valiants would face off in the semi-finals on the W.B. Mason Winter Classic. The Valiants would draw first blood with a goal at 1:19 from Matt Lippa for the 1-0 lead in the first period. The Hawks would come back and tie the game at 10:47 of the first period on the Dave Almendia goal. The Valiants would regain the 1 goal lead with 13 seconds left in the first period on the Matt Lippa second goal of the night. When the teams came back for the second period Matt Lippa would finish of the hat trick with the goal at 4:30 of the period. The Hawks would cut the lead in half with the goal by Bryan Green at 17:04 of the second period at 3-2. The Hawks would tie the game up at 3 as Sean Verrier scores in the final minute of the period. When the teams came back for the third period the Hawks would score twice in the first 6:30 of the period for the 5-3 lead. Then with 4:30 left in the game the Valiants Eric Berglund would score on the shorthand to make it a 5-4 game. Although the Hawks would ice the game away with the empty netter for the 6-4 victory. In the winning effort the St. Anslem Hawks would advance to the Championship of the W.B. Mason Winter Classic against the Plattsburgh State Cardinals. Gallery

crunch time

St. Anslem's Chris Googins (33) with the crunching hit along the boards of the Manhattanville player playing the puck. Gallery

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