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College Hockey: Dutchmen top Knights

College Hockey: Dutchmen top Knights

Max Novak scored twice, and Matt Wilkins scored the game-winner with 7:26 to go as fourth-ranked Uni

Max Novak scored twice, and Matt Wilkins scored the game-winner with 7:26 to go as fourth-ranked Union earned a 4-3 ECAC Hockey victory over No. 15 Clarkson on Saturday at Cheel Arena.

“It was extremely important, not just to win, but just the way we competed,” said Union acting head coach Joe Dumais, who is running the team while head coach Rick Bennett serves a four-game suspension from last Saturday’s Mayor’s Cup fracas.

“I thought our guys competed extremely hard. They won a lot of one-on-one battles, and they faced a lot of adversity. It was a very impressive job by our leaders tonight.”

The Dutchmen trailed, 2-0, on goals by Paul Geiger in the first period and Jeff DiNallo in the second. But goals 35 seconds apart by Daniel Ciampini, who returned from his one-game suspension, and Novak tied it.

“We had that rush where ‘Ghost’ [Shayne Gostisbehere] made a nice pass to ‘Champ,’ and he had a great shot. That was a big goal to get right after theirs,” Novak said. “On my goal, it was just good pressure by my line with [Kevin] Sullivan and [Matt] Hatch.”

James Howden gave the Golden Knights (8-5, 16-10-2) a 3-2 lead 1:01 into the third period.

Novak drew a tripping penalty on Geiger at 8:50, and 15 seconds later, he scored the power-play goal to tie it.

Union 0 2 2 — 4

Clarkson 1 1 1 — 3

First Period — 1, Clarkson, Geiger 5 (Boucher, DiNallo), 2:16. Penalties — Gingras, Uni (tripping), 2:16; Fossen, Cla (kneeing), 8:13; Roy, Uni (roughing), 19:19.

Second Period — 2, Clarkson, DiNallo 8 (Boak, McPherson), 7:13. 3, Union, Ciampini 10 (Carr, Gostisbehere), 11:03. 4, Union, Novak 6 (Sullivan), 11:38. Penalties — McPherson, Cla (slashing), :40; Christian, Cla (kneeing), 4:05.

Third Period — 5, Clarkson, Howden 2, 1:01. 6, Union, Novak 7, 9:05 (pp). 7, Union, Wilkins 4 (Vasaturo, Roy), 12:34. Penalties — Bennett, Uni (tripping), 3:46; Geiger, Cla (tripping), 8:50.

Shots on Goal — Union 5-11-10 — 26. Clarkson 8-13-7 — 28.

Power-play opportunities — Union 1 of 4; Clarkson 0 of 3.

Goalies — Union, Stevens 14-4-1 (28 shots-25 saves). Clarkson, Perry 7-5-2 (26-22).

A — 2,655. T — 2:05.

Referees — Scott Wheeler, Kevin Graber. Linesmen — Adam Wood, Ryan Knapp.

RPI 4, ST. LAWRENCE 3

CANTON — Ryan Haggerty, returning from a one-game suspension for his role in the Mayor’s Cup brawl, had two goals and an assist as the Engineers erased a 3-2 deficit to beat the Saints at Appleton Arena.

RPI 2 0 2 — 4

St. Lawrence 1 2 0 — 3

First Period — 1, RPI, Zalewski 6 (Leboeuf, Haggerty), :43. 2, St. Lawrence, Wick 13 (Baker, Bayreuther), 12:15. 3, RPI, Haggerty 20 (Zalewski, Bokenfohr), 14:36. Penalties — Bubela, RPI (interference), 12:15; Dolan, RPI (kneeing), 15:24; M. Carey, StL (slashing), 19:43; Higgs, RPI (embellishment), 19:59; Hughes, StL (cross-checking), 19:59.

Second Period — 4, St. Lawrence, Baker 6 (Bayreuther, Dahl), 7:29. 5, St. Lawrence, Essery 1 (Baker, Dahl), 17:36. Penalty — Hughes, StL (high-sticking), 12:15.

Third Period — 6, RPI, Miller 2 (McGowan), 6:00. 7, RPI, Haggerty 21 (Higgs), 10:48. Penalties — McGowan, RPI (high-sticking), 2:11; Dahl, StL (embellishment), 2:11; Sweetman, StL (slashing), 7:23; Dolan, RPI (interference), 16:22.

Shots on Goal — RPI 9-12-8 — 29. St. Lawrence 11-9-5 — 25.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 3; St. Lawrence 0 of 3.

Goalies — RPI, Diebold 10-10-4 (25 shots-22 saves). St. Lawrence, Weninger 7-11-3 (29-25).

A — 1,520. T — 1:57.

Referees — Kyle Allen, Andrew Suhovic. Linesmen — Zach Dupree, Mike Emanatian.

Women

st. lawrence 1, union 0

SCHENECTADY — Dayle Wilkinson’s power-play goal with 5:17 left in the third period lifted the Saints past the Dutchwomen at Messa Rink.

St. Lawrence 0 0 1 — 1

Union 0 0 0 — 0

First Period — None. Penalty — Welch, Uni (hooking), 17:10.

Second Period — None. Penalties — Smith, Uni (tripping), 4:42; Raniwsky, StL (slashing), 7:21; Desrochers, StL (hooking), 9:51; Purivs, Uni (interference), 12:53.

Third Period — 1, St. Lawrence, Wilkinson 4 (Desrochers), 14:43 (pp). Penalties — McGrath, Uni (tripping), 3:24; Davis, Uni (checking), 10:34; Bruestle, Uni (interference), 13:18.

Shots on Goal — St. Lawrence 14-8-13 — 35. Union 12-9-3 — 24.

Power-play opportunities — St. Lawrence 1 of 6; Union 0 of 2.

Goalies — St. Lawrence, MacDonald 9-9-3 (24 shots-24 saves). Union, Lundberg 8-18-0 (35-34).

A — 57. T — 1:50.

Referees — Scott Prim, Kevin Curtis. Linesmen — Tim McGuirk, Michael Dipasquale.

no. 4 clarkson 5,

rpi 1

TROY — Shannon MacAulay scored twice to lead the fourth-ranked Golden Knights over the Engineers at Houston Field House.

Clarkson 1 3 1 — 5

RPI 1 0 0 — 1

First Period — 1, RPI, Huhtamaki 3 (Gruschow), 8:24. 2, Clarkson Fast 1 (Bannon, Plante), 11:20 (pp). Penalties — Marzario, RPI (tripping), 5:19; Walsh, RPI (hooking), 10:37; Horwood, RPI (tripping), 15:23; Gruschow, RPI (roughing), 19:29.

Second Period — 3, Clarkson, MacAulay 6 (Mercer, Ambrose), 1:27 (pp). 4, Clarkson, Rattray 25 (Ambrose, Styner), 15:49 (pp). 5, Clarkson, Plante 2 (Styner, Gagnon), 19:48. Penalties — Lambert, Cla (interference), 2:17; Rattray, Cla (slashing), 3:08; Mahoney, RPI (body checking), 7:42; MacAulay, Cla (roughing), 15:08; Godin, RPI (roughing), 15:08; Gruschow, RPI (tripping), 15:29.

Third Period — 6, Clarkson, MacAulay 7 (Matteucci, Nisbet), 9:48. Penalty — Marzario, RPI (tripping), 15:29.

Shots on Goal — Clarkson 21-15-11 — 47. RPI 7-3-2 — 12.

Power-play opportunities — Clarkson 3 of 7; RPI 0 of 2.

Goalies — Clarkson, Howe 21-4-3 (12 shots-11 saves). RPI, Piper 0-3-1 (47-42).

A — 333. T — 1:56.

Referees — Mark Andrews, Robert Cerilli. Linesmen — Michael Mullen, Gary Young.

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