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Slumping Dutchmen swept by Lake Superior State

Slumping Dutchmen swept by Lake Superior State

The Union men’s hockey team is in a mid-season slump. The 13th-ranked Dutchmen struggled against Lak

The Union men’s hockey team is in a mid-season slump.

The 13th-ranked Dutchmen struggled against Lake Superior State for the second straight night. Domenic Monardo’s power-play goal 42 seconds into the third period snapped a 1-1 tie and helped the Lakers to a 3-1 victory on Saturday.

The win gave the Lakers (12-10) a sweep of the two-game series. They won Friday’s game, 4-1.

Union (9-6-4) is just 1-4-3 in its last eight games. Getting swept by the Lakers wasn’t the way the Dutchmen wanted to kick off 2013.

The Dutchmen did have a 1-0 lead. Daniel Ciampini scored on the power play at 8:10 of the second period. But the Lakers tied it just under four minutes later when Andrew Dommett beat goalie Colin Stevens.

A Matt Wilkins indirect contact to the head elbowing penalty 20 seconds into the period gave the Lakers a power play, and Monardo made Union pay.

Buddy Robinson added a short-handed goal midway through the third.

Union returns to ECAC Hockey play next weekend with games at Princeton on Friday and Quinnipiac, which is 10-0 in the conference, on Saturday.

Union 0 1 0 — 1

Lake Superior State 0 2 1 — 3

First Period — None. Penalty — Perrault, LSSU (cross-checking), 16:53.

Second Period — 1, Union, Ciampini 7 (K. Bodie, Coburn), 8:10 (pp). 2, Lake Superior State, Dommett 1, 12:09. Penalties — Drapluk, LSSU (hooking), 2:15; Jooris, Uni (high-sticking), 2:43; Robinson, LSSU (roughing), 7:56; Loesch, LSSU (high-sticking), 8:16; M. Bodie, Uni (tripping), 12:09.

Third Period — 3, Lake Superior State, Monardo 8 (Radke, McParland), :42 (pp). 4, Lake Superior State, Robinson 6 (Perrault), 9:27 (sh). Penalties — Wilkins, Uni (indirect contact to head-elbowing), :20; Ciampini, Uni (holding), 4:06; Loesch, LSSU (holding), 4:06; Perrault, LSSU (elbowing), 6:22; Lain, LSSU (cross-checking), 8:40; Ciampini, Uni (boarding), 16:27.

Shots on Goal — Union 13-10-6 — 29. Lake Superior State 9-12-8 — 29.

Power-play opportunities — Union 1 of 6, Lake Superior State 1 of 4.

Goalies — Union, Stevens 4-2-0 (29 shots-26 saves). Lake Superior State, Murdock 7-6-0 (29-28).

A — 1,674. T — 2:16.

Referees — Kevin Langseth, Matthew Miller. Linesmen — Paul Tunison, Michael Poliski.

no. 4 new hampshire 5, rpi 2

DURHAM, N.H. — Second-period goals by John Henrion and Justin Agosta lifted the fourth-ranked Wildcats past the Engin-eers.

Henrion’s goal at 5:01 gave UNH (13-3-2) a 2-1 lead. Agosta scored just over two minutes later.

Eric Knodel, Connor Hardowa and Jeff Silengo also scored for UNH.

Curtis Leonard had both goals for RPI (6-9-4).

RPI 1 0 1 — 2

New Hampshire 1 2 2 — 5

First Period — 1, New Hampshire, Knodel 5 (Thrush), 10:15. 2, RPI, Leonard 2 (Miller, Bubela), 16:48. Penalty — Lee, RPI (tripping), 19:06.

Second Period — 3, New Hampshire, Henrion 6 (Goumas), 5:01. 4, New Hampshire, Agosta 2 (Correale, Camper), 7:18. Penalties — Hardowa, UNH (boarding), 8:34; Willows, UNH (interference), 10:24; Lee, RPI (holding), 11:54; Henrion, UNH (high-sticking), 19:46.

Third Period — 5, New Hampshire, Hardowa 1 (Camper, Correale), 2:45. 6, New Hampshire, Silengo 1, 15:32 (en). 7, RPI, Leonard 3 (Zalewski, Bradley), 18:12 (pp). Penalties — Bubela, RPI (elbowing), 13:13; Block, UNH (slashing), 18:03.

Shots on Goal — RPI 11-5-6 — 22. New Hampshire 6-10-11 — 27.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 1 of 4; New Hampshire 0 of 3.

Goalies — RPI, Diebold 2-4-1 (26 shots-22 saves). New Hampshire, DeSmith 12-3-2 (22-20).

A — 4,555. T — 2:07.

Referees — Chris Federico, Tim Low. Linesmen — Chris Aughe, Marty Hughes.

skidmore 4, suny potsdam 3

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Brad Schuler scored his second goal of the game with 4:51 left in the third period, helping the Thoroughbreds recover from blowing a 3-0 lead and beat the Bears in a non-conference game.

Dave Dupuis, Schuler and Jack Even scored to give Skidmore (6-6-2) the three-goal lead. Kenny Simon started the comeback for SUNY-Potsdam (5-8-1) with a late second-period goal. Todd Thomas tied it with two goals 22 seconds apart midway through the third period.

SUNY-Potsdam 0 1 2 — 3

Skidmore 2 1 1 — 4

First Period — 1, Skidmore, Dupuis 3 (Malakorn, Buonocore), 14:25. 2, Skidmore, Schuler 7 (Even, Cottam), 16:54.

Second Period — 3, Skidmore, Even 2, 11:50 (pp). 4, SUNY-Potsdam, Simon 5 (Avgerinos, Place), 17:11 (pp).

Third Period — 5, SUNY-Potsdam, Thomas 2 (Thompson, Riley), 10:26. 6, SUNY-Potsdam, Thomas 3 (Thompson, Riley), 10:48. 7, Skidmore, Schuler 8 (Cottam), 15:09.

Shots on Goal — SUNY-Potsdam 4-10-10 — 24. Skidmore 18-7-14 — 39.

Power-play opportunities — SUNY-Potsdam 1 of 4; Skidmore 1 of 7.

Goalies — SUNY-Potsdam, Keiser 4-6-1 (39 shots-35 saves). Skidmore, Freiberg 3-1-0 (24-21).

Women

dartmouth 6, union 0

SCHENECTADY — Zoe Brennan and Allish Forfar scored two goals apiece as the Big Green beat the Dutchwomen in ECACH play at Messa Rink.

Union (0-7-3 ECACH, 5-11-3 overall) remains the only winless team in the conference.

Olivia Whitford had three assists for Dartmouth (4-4-1, 8-5-2). Jenna Hobeika added two assists.

Dartmouth 3 2 1 — 6

Union 0 0 0 — 0

First Period — 1, Dartmouth, Allen 4 (Whitford, Odland), 10:00 (pp). 2, Dartmouth, Brennan 1 (Hobeika, Fischer), 14:58. 3, Dartmouth, Firfar 2 (Granger, Allen), 15:23. Penalties — Odland, Dart (high-sticking), 5:39; Thomson, Uni (interference), 6:26; Sabourin, Uni (checking), 9:27.

Second Period — 4, Dartmouth, Zeiss 2 (Hobeika), 10:34. 5, Dartmouth, Forfar 3 (Whitford, Kelly), 19:00 (pp). Penalties — Berghuis, Dart (checking), :44; Winkel, Dart (interference), 6:05; Welch, Uni (tripping), 11:58; Purvis, Uni (checking), 14:48; Tancrell-Fontaine, Uni, major-game misconduct (checking from behind), 16:56.

Third Period — 6, Dartmouth, Brennan 2 (Whitford, Berghuis), 13:38. Penalties — None.

Shots on Goal — Dartmouth 18-13-14 — 45. Union 3-9-5 — 17.

Power-play opportunities — Dartmouth 2 of 6; Union 0 of 3.

Goalies — Dartmouth, Holdcroft 7-4-2 (17 shots-17 saves). Union, Lundberg 4-8-3 (39-33), Dahl (13:38 third, 6-6).

A — 148. T — 1:48.

Referees — Carol Weston, Will Harrop. Linesmen — John Kilmer, Nick DeMarte Jr.

no. 3 harvard 2, rpi 1

TROY — Kelsey Romatoski’s power-play goal less than six minutes into the third period snapped a 1-1 tie and gave the third-ranked Crimson an ECACH win over the Engineers at Houston Field House.

The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for RPI (4-6, 6-12-2).

Kalley Armstrong gave Harvard (9-0, 11-1-1) a 1-0 lead just under three minutes into the second period. Mari Mankey tied it for the Engineers with 3:30 left in the second.

Harvard 0 1 1 — 2

RPI 0 1 0 — 1

First Period — None. Penalties — None.

Second Period — 1, Harvard, Armstrong 4 (Dempsey), 2:54. 2, RPI, Mankey 4 (Godin, Gruschow), 16:30. Penalty — Grushcow, RPI (holding), 5:18.

Third Period — 3, RPI, Romatoski 5 (Reber, Crowe), 5:56 (pp). Penalties — Marzario, RPI (checking), 4:29; Picard, Har (tripping), 7:15; Daniels, RPI (tripping), 9:25; Fry, Har (hooking), 12:23; McDonald, Har (cross-checking), 12:42; Wash, RPI (tripping), 15:11.

Shots on Goal — Harvard 6-7-13 — 26. RPI 4-8-8 — 20.

Power-play opportunities — Harvard 1 of 4; RPI 0 of 3.

Goalies — Harvard, Maschmeyer 5-0-1 (20 shots-19 saves). RPI, O’Brien 5-11-1 (26-24).

A — 177. T — 1:54.

Referees — Dina Allen, Robert Cerilli. Linesmen — Matt Brady, Keith Fallon.

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