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RPI’s Kasdorf: second straight shutout

RPI’s Kasdorf: second straight shutout

reshman goalie Jason Kasdorf stopped all 28 shots he faced for his second straight shutout, helping

Freshman goalie Jason Kasdorf stopped all 28 shots he faced for his second straight shutout, helping Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute to a 3-0 ECAC Hockey victory over 16th-ranked Dartmouth in the annual Big Red Freakout game Saturday at Houston Field House.

The 4,820 fans witnessed the first consecutive shutouts posted by the Engineers (5-6-3 ECACH, 10-11-5 overall) since the 2003-04 season, when the late Nathan Marsters blanked Cornell, 2-0, Jan. 17, 2004, and Sacred Heart, 3-0, seven days later.

Kasdorf earned his first career collegiate shutout in Friday’s 3-0 victory over Harvard.

The win completed a weekend sweep for RPI, and it exacted some revenge. The Engineers were shut out by Dartmouth and Harvard the second weekend of November.

The Engineers took a 1-0 lead with 11 seconds left in the first period on a Matt Tinordi goal. Mike Zalewski made it 2-0 1:41 into the second period.

Later in the second, Mark Miller got his third goal of the weekend when he beat goalie Cab Morris.

The Engineers played without forward Johnny Rogic, who was suspended by the ECACH earlier in the for his hit from behind in Friday’s game.

Forward Jacob Laliberte returned to the RPI lineup after missing Friday’s contest because he was sick.

Dartmouth 0 0 0 — 0

RPI 1 2 0 — 3

First Period — 1, RPI, Tinordi 4 (Leboeuf, Neal), 19:49. Penalties — None.

Second Period — 2, RPI, Zalewski 5 (Higgs, Bubela), 1:41. 3, RPI, Miller 5 (Leboeuf), 14:58. Penalties — Robinson, Dart (cross-checking), 7:00; Leboeuf, RPI (interference), 11:38; Zalewski, RPI (roughing), 16:34.

Third Period — None. Penalties — Lee, RPI (slashing), 4:32; Bullock, Dart (boarding), 15:32; Bligh, Dart (cross-checking), 18:56.

Shots on Goal — Dartmouth 5-11-12 — 28. RPI 8-12-2 — 22.

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

Goalies — Dartmouth, Morris 8-4-2 (22 shots-19 saves). RPI, Kasdorf 6-2-2 (28-28).

A — 4,820. T — 2:00.

Referees — Harry Dumas, Kyle Allen. Linesmen — Dan Taggart, Philip Kitchen.

skidmore 3, babson 0

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Brad Schuler had a goal and an assist to lift the Thoroughbreds past the Beavers in an ECAC East game.

After a scoreless first period, Dave Dupuis’s power-play goal 3:45 into the second period gave Skidmore (7-7-1 ECAC East, 10-10-2 overall) a 1-0 lead. Schuler scored midway through the second. He assisted on Zach Menard’s empty-net goal with 2:13 left in the game.

Babdson 0 0 0 — 0

Skidmore 0 1 2 — 3

First Period — None.

Second Period — 1, Skidmore, Dupuis 5 (Weinstein, Nilsson), 3:45 (pp). 2, Skidmore, Schuler 9 (Krajnak, Gundersen), 10:59.

Third Period — 3, Skidmore, Menard 9 (Schuler), 17:47 (en).

Shots on Goal — Babson 7-5-9 — 21. Skidmore 2-11-7 — 20.

Power-play opportunities — Babson 0 of 4; Skidmore 1 of 4.

Goalies — Babson, Testa 3-2-2 (19 shots-17 saves). Skidmore, Freiberg 7-4-0 (21-21).

hudson valley cc 8, broome cc 2

TROY — James Murphy and William Huber scored three goals each as the Vikings cruised to a win.

Women

colgate 3, union 1

HAMILTON — Taylor Volpe and Nicole Gass scored power-play goals as the Raiders downed the Dutchmen in ECACH play at Starr Rink.

Union (0-13-3, 7-18-3) remains the only winless team in the league.

Volpe scored her power-play goal with 1:14 left in the first period to give Colgate (3-10-3, 8-16-3) a 1-0 lead.

Taylor Craig made it 2-0 on an even-strength goal just over 41⁄2 minutes into the second period. Gass got her power-play goal with 4:49 left in the game.

The Dutchwomen avoided being shut out when Courtney Turner scored with 51 seconds remaining in the contest.

Union 0 0 1 — 1

Colgate 1 1 1 — 3

First Period — 1, Colgate, Volpe 5, 18:46. (pp) Penalties — Gass, Colg (checking), 9:31; Tomaselli, Uni (tripping), 17:35; Johnston, Uni (hooking), 19:22.

Second Period — 2, Colgate, Craig 3 (Walsh, Giannopoulos), 4:34. Penalties — Drubel, Colg (tripping), 9:44; Gass, Coclg (holding), 10:20; Sabourin, Uni (tripping), 19:15.

Third Period — 3, Colgate, Gass 2 (Wickens), 15:11 (pp). 4, Union, Turner 5, 19:09. Penalties — Norton, Uni (checking), 1:33; Volpe, Colg (holding), 2:10; Kurio, Uni (checking), 8:37; Turner, Uni (high-sticking), 13:46.

Shots on Goal — Union 10-11-12 — 33. Colgate 7-11-10 — 28.

Power-play opportunities — Union 0 of 4; Colgate 2 of 6.

Goalies — Union, Lundberg 6-15-3 (28 shots-25 saves). Colgate, Rando 6-10-3 (33-32).

A — 190. T — 2:00.

Referees — Will Harrop, Venance Lorenz. Linesmen — ichael Cook, Scott Smith.

no. 5 cornell 3, rpi 1

ITHACA — Cassandra Poudrier had a goal and two assists, and Brianne Jenner tallied her 26th goal of the season and added an assist as the fifth-ranked Big Red defeated the Engineers at Lynah Rink.

Jenner gave Cornell (14-2, 19-4) a 1-0 lead 90 seconds into the game. She set up Poudrier’s power-play goal with 6:35 left in the first.

RPI (7-8-1, 9-16-3) cut Cornell’s lead to one when Eleeza Cox scored 2:49 into the second period.

RPI 0 1 0 — 1

Cornell 2 0 1 — 3

First Period — 1, Cornell, Jenner 26 (Sauliner, Poudrier), 1:30. 2, Cornell, Poudrier 4 (Jenner, Woods), 13:25. Penalties — Richardson, Cor (cross-checking), 8:00; Marzario, RPI (tripping), 8:28; Horton, RPI (tripping), 10:03; Cox, RPI (hooking), 12:56; Gruschow, RPI (roughing), 20:00; Jenner, Cor (boarding), 20:00.

Second Period — 3, RPI, Cox 10, 2:49. Penalties — Fortino, Cor (indirect contact to head-elbowing), :51; Smelker, RPI (hooking), 1:07; Godin, RPI (indirect contact to head-roughing), 3:03.

Third Period — 4, Cornell, Campbell 12 (Cudmore, Poudrier), 6:29. Penalties — Jenner, Cor (elbowing), 7:04; Jenner, Cor (hooking), 10:49; Fortino, Cor (charging), 15:59; Smelker, RPI, minor-misconduct (high-sticking), 16:48.

Shots on Goal — RPI 3-7-8 — 18. Cornell 14-12-12 — 38.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 5; Cornell 1 of 6.

Goalies — RPI, O’Brien 8-14-2 (38 shots-35 saves). Cornell, Slebodnick 16-4-0 (18-17).

A — 912. T — 1:59.

Referees — Matt Brady, Dina Allen. Linesmen — Jamie Colacino, Anthony Kenney.

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