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College Hockey: RPI men’s hockey shut out by No. 4 Quinnipiac

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TROY — Goalie Yaniv Perets made 18 saves Friday, leading fourth-ranked Quinnipiac to a 2-0 ECAC Hockey victtory over RPI on Friday at Houston Field House.

Perets stopped six shots in each period for the Bobcats (4-0-1 ECACH, 14 points; 11-1-3 overall).

Michael Lombardi scored in the first period for Quinnipiac. Oliver Chau added an empty-net goal with 12.4 seconds left.
RPI goalie Linden Marshall made 17 saves.

The last time RPI was shut out was Jan. 10, 2020, a 3-0 loss against Cornell.

The Engineers host Princeton at 7 p.m. Saturday.

Quinnipiac 1 0 1 — 2

RPI 0 0 0 — 0

First Period — 1, Quinnipiac, Lombardi, 7:28. Penalties — Linden, RPI (slashing), 7:52; Cipollone, Qui (tripping), 10:36.

Second Period — None. Penalties — Lacka, RPI (interference), 16:33; Lee, qui (interference), 17:13; Bongiovanni, Qui (interference), 19:57.

Third Period — 2, Quinnipiac, Chau (Brind’Amour, Less), 19:47 (en). Penalties — Dubinsky, RPI (tripping), 13:59.
Shots on Goal — Quinnipiac 8-7-4 — 19. RPI 6-6-6 — 18.

Power-play opportunities — Quinnipiac 0 of 3; RPI 0 of 3.

Goalies — Quinnipiac, Perets (18 shots-18 saves). RPI, Marshall (18-17).

A — 252.

Referees — Anthony Kenney, Ryan Sweeney. Linesmen — Adam Wood, Taylor Larsen.

Women
NO. 9 HARVARD 5, UNION 0
BOSTON — The ninth-ranked Crimson took a 4-0 lead in the first period and rolled to an ECACH victory over the Dutchwomen at Bright-Landry Center.

Harvard (5-3-0 ECACH, 17 points) scored three times in the first 3:44 of the game. Kristi Della Rovere scored at 44 seconds, Dominique Petrie made it 2-0 at 2:12 and Becca Gilmore scored 1:32 later. Taze Thompson made it 4-0 with 7:14 left in the first.

Union (0-9-0, 0 points; 2-15-1), is winless in its last 16 games (0-15-1).

Union 0 0 0 — 0

Harvard 4 1 0 — 5

First Period — 1, Harvard, Della Rovbere (Gilmore), :44. 2, Harvard, Petrie (Moy, J. MacDonald), 2:12. 3, Harvard, Gilmore (Thompson), 3:44. 4, Harvard, Thompson (M. Macdonald), 12:46. Penalties — None.

Second Period — 5, Harvard, Bloomer (Biotti, Petrie), 2:24 (pp). Penalties — King, Uni (cross-checking), :30; Martinez, Uni (tripping), 5:40; Hollands, Har (hooking), 8:35; M.Macdonald, Har (interference), 11:57; Petrie, Har (cross-checking), 17:48; Della Rovere, Har (tripping), 18:07; McLeod, Uni, major-game misconduct (boarding), 19:28.

Third Period — None. Penalties — Lester, Har (hooking), 4:52; Cassidy, Uni (slashing), 11:32; Carmen, Uni (hooking), 19:33.

Shots on Goal — Union 8-8-6 — 22. Harvard 14-10-15 — 39.

Power-play opportunities — Union 0 of 4; Harvard 1 of 4.

Goalies — Union, Rinzel (6 shots-2 saves), Matsoukas (12:46 first, 33-32). Harvard, Pellicci (22-22).
A — 468.

Referees — Robert Cerilli, Michael St. Lawrence. Linesmen — Stephanie Sersch, Christopher Hunter.

RPI 3, DARTMOUTH 1
HANOVER, N.H. — Second-period goals by Nyah Philip and Audrey McCutcheon erased a Big Green 1-0 lead and helped the Engineers to a victory at Thompson Arena.

Maddy Papineau added a third-period goal for RPI (3-6-0, 10 points; 6-12-0).

RPI 0 2 1 — 3

Dartmouth 1 0 0 — 1

First Period — 1, Dartmouth, Trevors (Putrah, Herrington), 12:45. Penalties — Bukvic, RPI (body checking), 18:57.

Second Period — 2, RPI, Philip (McCutcheon), 1:40. 3, RPI, McCutcheon (Wagner, Kaiser), 16:52. Penalties — None.

Third Period — 4, RPI, Papineau (Weiss), 10:32. Penalties — Kaiser, RPI (elbwoing), 1:44; Hildner, RPI (tripping), 13:42; Erbenova, RPI (body checking), 16:12.

Shots on Goal — RPI 3-15-8 — 26. Dartmouth 8-8-56 — 21.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 0; Dartmouth 0 of 4.

Goalies — RPI, Rampado (21 shots-20 saves). Dartmouth, Emerson (26-23).

A — 288.

Referees — Jason Galofaro, Katie Guay. Linesmen — Alexander Bergeron, Jenny Cameron.

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