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Niskayuna Mohawks @ Beekmantown Eagles December 3rd 2023
Beekmantown's Zach Lapier (19) breaks in on the net and sticks over the shoulder of the goalie for one of his six goals on the afternoon in the winning effort. It would be the season opener for the annual powerhouse of the Champlain Valley Athletic Conference Beekmantown Eagles as they would host the Niskayuna Mohawks. The Eagles would come out in the first period and take quick control of the game as they would score five goals Zach Lapier (three) and Sam Bingel (twice) while the Mohawks would get a lone goal as the Eagles would take the 5-1 lead into the first intermission. In the second period it would be the same as the first as the Eagles would dominate again with another five-goal period from Louis Sweenor (twice), Zach Lapier, Sam Bingel, and Keegin Rodier while the Mohawks would another one as the Eagles would take a 10-2 lead into the third period. In that third period, the Eagles would another three goals with help from Sam Bingel and Zach Lapier as the Eagles would cruise to the 13-3 win. In the win, the Beekmantown Eagles would start their season 1-0 while the Niskayuna Mohawks would fall to 0-2 on the year. As for the Beekmantown Eagles, they will be back in action next weekend as they take on Grand Island and Kenmore East. Gallery
Oswego State Lakers @ #1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals December 2nd 2023
Plattsburgh State's Ryan Hogg(19) takes it to the corner and around the back as the Lakers defender stays on the hip. It would be the second game of the weekend for the Plattsburgh State Cardinals and they would host long-time SUNYAC rival the Oswego State Lakers at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena as they look to start 10-0 in front of 2160 fans. Although the game would not start the right way for the home Cardinals the Lakers would get the opening goal of the game with 7:41 left in the opening period on the Shane Bull powerplay goal. The game would stay there til the early stages of the second period when the Lakers would extend the lead to 2-0 just 1:16 on the Brock Krulicki. The Cardinals would keep fighting and get the game back within one just three minutes later on the Lonan Bulger powerplay goal to make it a 2-1 game. The Lakers would retake the two-goal lead at the 12:31 mark of the second period on the Daniel Colabufo goal to make it 3-1. Once again the Cardinals would get it to a one-goal game at 3-2 with under 90 seconds left in the period on the Bennett Stockdale goal. However, it would be short-lived as the Lakers would score just 18 seconds later on the Tyler Flack goal to make it a 4-2 Lakers to end the second period. The Cardinals would come back hot in the third period and make it a one-goal game for the third time just 3:10 into the period on Bennett Stockdale's second goal of the game. However, it would not be enough for the Cardinals as the Lakers added an empty netter late and the Cardinals lost 5-3. In the winning effort, the Lakers go to 7-4 while the Cardinals suffer their first loss of the season and are 9-1. Gallery
Niskayuna Mohawks @ Plattsburgh Hornets December 2nd 2023
Niskayuna's Luca Coppola (2) with the block shot as he sticks the leg out on Plattsburgh's Patchen (11). It would be the opening afternoon of the high school hockey season for the Plattsburgh Hornets as they would host the Niskayuna Mohawks from section II at the Ameri-Can North Sports Center. The visiting Mohawks would get the opening goal of the game just 2:20 in from Max Kenny for the 1-0 lead. Then with just about three minutes left in the period the Mohawks and Kenny would score again for the 2-0 lead to end the period. The Hornets would come out on fire in the second period and make it a one-goal game on the Brayden Calkins goal. The Hornets would keep coming and tie the game up just two minutes later. The game would stay tied for most of the period but the Mohawks would regain the one-goal lead at 3-2 on the Luca Coppola goal with just under five minutes left in the period. In the third period the offenses on both teams would come alive as they would combine for five goals with the Mohawks winning the period 3-2 scoring for the Mohawks would be Jackson Rumsey and Jack Clark (twice) as the Mohawks got the 6-4 victory. In the win, the Niskayuna Mohawks start the season 1-0 while the Plattsburgh Hornets start at 0-1. The Nisyakuna Mohawks will finish off their weekend trip to the North Country as they will take on the Beekmentown Eagles on December 3rd at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena.. Gallery
Cortland State Red Dragons @ #1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals December 1st 2023
The teddy bears would go flying after the Tio D'Addario goal in the first period. It would be the annual teddy bear toss night at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena as the #1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals would host the Cortland State Red Dragons as they would look to continue their undefeated season in front of just over 1500 fans. It would take the 7:12 mark of the first period before Tio D'Addario would score for the Cardinals and then the Bears would go flying. Then with just over a minute left in the period the Cardinals would extend their lead to 2-0 on the Thomas Maia goal. The game would stay there till the 11:07 mark of the second period Aaron Catron for the lone goal of the second period. It would take long into the third period for a goal as the Cardinals would score just 25 seconds in on the Josh Belgrave goal to make it a 4-0 game. With just about 5:30 left in the game, the Red Dragons would end the shutout bid with the Domenic Settino goal to make it 4-1. Although just over 40 seconds later the Cardinals would get the 4-goal lead back on Luk Jirousek and just over two minutes later Jirousek would score again to secure the 6-1 victory. In the winning effort, the Cardinals would stay perfect on the season at 9-0 as Eli Shiller would make 18 saves on the night. The Cardinals will look to extend their undefeated season tomorrow night as it's the big rivalry game of the season as the Oswego State Lakers come to the Ronald B. Gallery
Layer Eight Great Northern Shootout Championship:#11 Norwich Cadets @ #1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals November 25th 2023
The Plattsburgh State Cardinals are named the 2023 Layer Eight Great Northern Shootout champion for the second year in a row and seventh overall. It would be time for the championship of the Layer Eight Great Northern Shootout and it would be a rematch of last year's title game this time though at Plattsburgh State as the #11 Norwich Cadets would take on the #1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals in front of 1400 fans. It would take until the second period before we would get the opening goal of the game when Kevin Weaver Vitale would break the ice and get a goal at the 8:25 mark of the second period to give the Cardinals the 1-0 lead. The one-goal game would be short-lived as the Cardinals would expand the to 2-0 27 seconds later on the power play goal from Tio D'Addario. The Cadets would come back about six minutes later and make it a one-goal game again on the Pual Schmid goal. From there the Cardinal defense would do the rest as there would be no scoring the rest of the night to give the Cardinals the 2-1 victory and a second straight Layer Eight Great Northern Shootout championship as they would stay undefeated on the season at 8-0. Gallery
Layer Eighht Great Northern Shootout Consolation: St. Olaf Oles Vs Middlebury Panthers November 25th 2023
Middlebury's Michael Fairfax (28) with the block on St Olaf's Connor Kalthoff (20) late in the overtime to preserve the tie. It would be the start of the second day of the Layer Eight Great Northern Shootout and it would start with the Consolation Game with the Middlebury Panthers and the St. Olaf Oles in front of 350 fans. It would take till the final 30 seconds of the third period before we had our first goal and it would give the Panthers the 1-0 lead thanks to Andrew Seaman. The Oles wouldn't waste long and tied the game up at one on the Michael Webster goal just 56 seconds into the second period. The game would stay there all the way to the 1:57 mark of the third period when the Panthers would regain the lead on the Paddy Mangan goal at 2-1. The Oles wouldn't let the Panthers get away and they would keep fighting and tie the game at two with about 6:30 left in the game on Ben Luscko's goal. The game would stay there through the rest of regulation and the five-minute overtime and the game would end in a 2-2 tie. Middlebury's Thomas Lalonde would make 22 saves as the Panthers went to 0-2-2 while the Oles went to 4-4-2 as Jake Horoho made 35 saves. Gallery.
Eighht Layer Great Northern Shootout Semi-Finals: St. Olaf Oles @ #1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals
Plattsburgh State's Trey Thomas (14) with the hard hit on St. Olaf's Tyler Cooper (28) as he pins him along the bench. It would be the second semi-final of the Layer Eight Great Northern Shootout between St. Olaf Oles and the host #1 Plattsburgh State Cardinals as the winner will get the #11 Norwich Cadets in the title game tomorrow evening in front of nearly 1,500 fans. It would take till just about four minutes left in the open period when the Cardinals got on the board on the powerplay goal on the deflection by Bennett Stockdale for the 1-0 lead. The game would stay there till there was just about five minutes in the second period when Bennett Stockdale would once again light the lamp to give the Cardinals the 2-0 lead. The Oles would keep fighting and the game would get very physical at times with many hard hits throughout. The Oles would make it a one-goal game at 2-1 with the extra attacker on the Tyler Cooper. Although the Cardinals would clamp down for the last 90 seconds and hold on for the 2-1 win. In the winning effort, Eli Shiller would make 19 saves as the Cardinals get the win to stay perfect on the season at 7-0 and will take on the #11 Norwich Cadets in the title game while the St. Olaf Oles will take on the Middlebury Panthers for third place. Gallery.
Eighht Layer Great Northern Shootout Semi-Finals: #11 Norwich Cadets Vs Middlebury Panthers
Norwich's Brady Harroun (22) with the tap at the night got by the Panthers goalie for the score. It would be the return of the Great Northern Shootout this time brought to you by Layer Eight and the opening game of the tournament would see the battle of Vermont as the #11 Norwich Cadets would take on instate rival the Middlebury Panthers at the Ronald B Stafford Ice Arena. The game would start off well for the Cadets as they would get the early 1-0 lead just eight minutes into the game on Holden Doggett's goal. Then inside the final two minutes of the period, the Cadets would extend their lead to 2-0 on the Brady Harroun goal. The Cadets would start to take control of the game as they would extend the lead to 3-0 on the powerplay goal six minutes into the second period on the Cooper Bertrand goal. The Panthers would answer right back 17 seconds later on the goal from Andrej Hromic to get the game back to a two-goal game at 3-1. The Cadets would retake the three-goal lead with just over two minutes left in the period on the Patrick O'Neal powerplay goal to make it a 4-1 game. In the third period, the Cadets would seal the game away on three unanswered goals from Clark Kerner, Joe Nagle, and Devon Thibodeau as they would secure the 7-1 win. In the winning effort, Sami Molu would make 17 saves as they go to 5-2-1 on the season and will take on the winner of the Plattsburgh State Cardinals and the St Olaf Oels in the championship of the Great Northern Shootout. Gallery.
Cobleskill Tigers @ Plattsburgh State Cardinals November 18th 2023
Plattsburgh State's Kevin Tabb (1) slides around the defender and rolls it off the fingers for the score as part of a game-high 17 points. The Plattsburgh State Cardinals would get their home portion of their season open tonight as they would take on the Cobleskill State Tigers in nonleague action. The game would not start off well for the home Cardinals as the Tigers would jump out to a 37-23 lead by the end of the half. Then in the second half, they would. With eight minutes left in the game, the Tigers would have a 13-point lead and look like they would have the game in hand but the Cardinals would come charging back on a 28-12 run and get the 73-69 victory. With the win the Cardinals would get their first win of the season and go to 1-3 and Kevin Tabb would lead the way seventeen points. The Cardinals will return to the hardwood on November 26th as they travel to take on the Lyndon State Hornets. Gallery