NCAA Report – Saturday, October 28, 2006
Yale beats New Hampshire 4-3 in overtime.
Brett Hemingway had one assist, four shots on goal and finished even. Hemingway was penalized for holding in the first period. He was tossed out of the game in the third period for a hit from behind.
Miami shuts out Bowling Green 3-0.
Justin Mercier was held pointless, had two shots on goal and finished even. He was penalized for tripping in the first period.
Minnesota hammers Colorado College 8-1.
The Gophers held the Tigers to a total of 12 shots. Ryan Stoa scored on his only shot and was plus three for the game. Michael Carman scored a short handed goal and had three shots. He was penalized for elbowing in the third period and finished plus one. Derek Peltier had no points, no shots and was plus two. He took one penalty in the third period for tripping.
Denver rebounds with a 4-2 win over Minnesota-Duluth. Recap
Boston College sweeps a two game set over Wisconsin with a 4-1 win.
Nigel Williams did not play.
Ohio State doubles up Northern Michigan 4-2.
Kevin Montgomery had no points, two shots on goal and was minus one. Montgomery is still looking for his first NCAA point.
Northeastern edges Michigan 3-2.
The Wolverines out shot the Huskies 47-20. TJ Hensick assisted on both Michigan goals. He had four shots on goal, was plus one for the game and named the third star. Billy Sauer made 17 saves and dropped his record to 4-2-0.
Cornell beats RIT 5-3.
Mark McCutcheon scored once on two shots. McCutcheon was penalized for goaltender interference in the first period.
Upcoming Games – Sunday, October 29, 2006:
Vermont @ Dartmouth 5:00 PM MST