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College hockey: Yale blanks Union again

College hockey: Yale blanks Union again

Dutchmen's offense non-existent as Hall scores twice for Bulldogs in 5-0 win
College hockey: Yale blanks Union again
Union lost at Yale 5-0 on Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Yale has had Union’s number this season.

And that number is zero.

For the second time in as many meetings, the Bulldogs shut out the Dutchmen 5-0, as Curtis Hall scored two goals in a 3-0 second period.

With the loss, Union fell to 4-8-1 in ECAC Hockey and 6-16-2 overall, and Yale (5-6-0, 7-9-0) jumped past the Dutchmen into eight place.

The Bulldogs scored on two of five power plays, and also put the final touches on the win with a short-handed goal by Justin Pearson at 12:27 of the third period to go up 4-0.

Corbin Kaczperski got his second shutout against Union this season, after beating the Dutchmen 2-0 at Messa Rink on Dec. 7.

Union mustered just 11 shots through the first two periods, and were fortunate to go into the lockerroom with a 0-0 tie after the first period, when the Bulldogs had a 12-3 advantage in shots.

The Dutchmen’s starting goalie Darion Hanson was pulled from the game after having given up four goals, and freshman Josh Graziano, who committed to Union after the start of the season, made his first appearance in a Dutchmen uniform in the third period.

Union 0 0 0 — 0

Yale 0 3 2 — 5

First period — None. Penalties — Hanson, U (tripping), 1:21; D’Orsi, Y (interference), 7:46.

Second period — 1, Yale, Hall 9 (Welsh, Kemp), :25. 2, Yale, St. Ivany 1 (Tabakin, Hall), 9:37. 3, Yale, Hall 10 (Welsh, Pearson), 15:08. Penalties — Donhauser, Y (interference), 1:45; Campolieto, U (hooking), 13:53; Lindstrand, Y (roughing), 16:39.

Third period — 4, Yale, Pearson 4 (ua), 12:27 (sh). 5, Yale, O’Neil 2 (Lillibridge, D’Orsi), 14:42 (pp). Penalties — Rinaldi, U (roughing), 5:16; Welsh, Y (roughing), 5:16; Sidorski, U (interference), 7:36; Lindstrand, Y (slashing), 11:21; Foo, U (high-sticking), 13:19; D’Orsi, Y (hooking), 15:22; Harrison, U (slashing), 18:28.
Shots on goal — Union 3-8-10 — 21. Yale 12-11-9 — 32.

Power-play opportunities — Union 0 of 5. Yale 2 of 5.

Goalies — Union, Hanson L, 6-16-2 (52:20, 27 shots-23 saves); Graziano (7:33, 5-4). Yale, Kaczperski W, 6-7-0 (21-21).

A — 1,944. T — 2:19.

Referees — Katie Guay, Jason Williams. Linesmen — Michael Zyla, Jason Shattie.

RPI 3, BROWN 1

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — RPI built a 3-0 lead and nearly got another 3-0 shutout from sophomore goalie Owen Savory, but that bid was spoiled when Brown scored with 12 seconds left in the game.

Savory has earned the ECAC HOckey goalie of the week award for the last two weeks, after a 3-0 victory over St. Lawrence on Jan. 4 and a 3-0 victory over Colgate last Saturday. Linden Marshall was in net for the Engineers’ 3-0 loss to Cornell last Friday.

After a scoreless first period, Daniel DiGrande scored for RPI (7-6-1, 10-11-1) at 7:15 of the second period.

Billy Jerry made it 2-0 at 15:46 of the third, and with Brown goalie Gavin Nieto on the bench for an extra skater, Mike Gornall scored into an empty net with 45 seconds left. Nieto was re-installed in his net, and Crossman denied Savory the shutout.

RPI 0 1 2 — 3

Brown 0 0 1 — 1

First period — None. Penalties — Stillwell, B (hooking), 5:32.

Second period — 1, RPI, DiGrande 3 (Lee, Sjellberg), 7:15. Penalties — Dawson, B (hooking), 8:51.

Third period — 2, RPI, Jerry 2 (Linden, Marrello), 15:46. 3, RPI, Gornall 5 (Ashbrook, Babichuk), 19:15. 4, Brown, Crossman 1 (Krys, Quisenberry), 19:48.

Shots on goal — RPI 9-11-11 — 31. Brown 8-8-10 — 26.

Power-play opportunities — RPI 0 of 2. Brown 0 of 1.

Goalies — RPI, Savory W, 6-7-1 (26 shots-25 saves). Brown, Nieto L, 3-11-0 (30-26).

A — 602. T — 2:19.

Referees — William Brennan, CJ Hanafin. Linesmen — Adam Wood, Paul Traynor.

Women

UNION 3, BROWN 1

SCHENECTADY — Megan Ryan scored her fourth and fifth goals of the season as Union defeated Brown to take over sole possession of eight place in the ECAC Hockey standings.

Leah Herrfort scored at 14:00 of the second period for the Dutchwomen, and Ryan made it 2-0 at 4:51 of the second assisted by Cheyenne Harris.

Brown got one back almost seven minutes later, but Ryan scored on the power play at 16:11 of the second assisted by Maia Martinez and Harris to push the lead back to two.

Union goalie Bella McKee did the rest in the third period, making eight saves as the Dutchwomen improved to 3-6-3 in ECAC Hockey and 3-16-5.

The Bears fell to 1-9-1 and 1-14-1.

Brown 0 1 0 — 1

Union 1 2 0 — 3

First period — 1, Union, Herrfort 4 (Russ, Reynolds), 14:00. Penalties — Blumberg, B (boarding), 11:46.

Second period — 2, Union, Ryan 7 (Harris), 4:51. 3, Brown, Tam 2 (Blumberg, Quigley), 11:42 (pp). 4, Union, Ryan 8 (Martinez, Harris), 16:11 (pp).

Third period — None. Penalties — Ryan (slashing), 5:11; Nearis, B (slashing), 14:21; Lizzy Gross, B (tripping), 19:55.

Shots on goal — Brown 2-8-8 — 18. Union 11-13-10 — 34.

Power-play opportunities — Brown 1 of 3. Union 1 of 4.

Goalies — Brown, Kliczko L, 0-5-1 (34 shots-31 saves). Union, McKee W, 3-13-5 (18-17).

A — 137. T — 2:04.

Referees — Michael St. Lawrence, Robert Cerilli. Linesmen — Chad Gouin, Brandon Vigorito.

YALE 4, RPI 1

TROY — RPI scored first, but Yale scored four goals unanswered to beat the Engineers.

Maddy Peterson gave RPI a 1-0 lead at 12:05 of the first period with her second goal of the season. The Bulldogs tied it less than eight minutes later and took a 2-1 lead at 7:38 of the second period on Tess Dettling’s first goal of the season.

The Engineers fell to 0-13-0 in ECAC Hockey and 0-23-1 overall, and Yale improved to 7-4-0 and 10-8-0.

Yale 1 1 2—4

RPI 1 0 0—1

First period — 1, RPI, Peterson 2 (Capelle, Price), 12:05. 2, Yale, Dalton 7 (ua), 19:40.

Second period — 3, Yale, Dettling 1 (Dalton, Skarzynski), 7:38. Penalties — Dalby, RPI (interference), 1:44; Severson, RPI (interference), 3:15.

Third period — 4, Yale, Vanstone 8 (Zander), 5:22. 5, Yale, Nergaard 1 (Anderson, Veronneau), 7:39. Skarzynski, Y (checking), 8:45; Repaci, RPI (roughing), 9:31; Welch, Y (hooking), 15:42.

Shots on goal — Yale 11-13-11 — 35. RPI 9-6-9 — 24.

Power-play opportunities — Yale 0 of 3. RPI 0 of 2.

Goalies — Yale, Meloni W, 5-4-0 (24 shots-23 saves). RPI, Nystrom L, 0-16-1 (35-31).

A — 211. T — 2:10.

Referees — Kate Werner, Peirce Marston. Linesmen — Matt Luther, Evan Kehoe.

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