NCAA Report – Saturday, November 4, 2006
Cornell beats Yale 5-2. Mark McCutcheon scored once and added two assists. He had seven shots on goal and finished even for the game. All of his points came on the power play, which went 3 for 12.
Clarkson doubles up Dartmouth 6-3. David Jones had two assists, two shots on goal and was minus one.
New Hampshire defeats Northeastern 3-1. Brett Hemingway had one assist, two shots on goal and finished even.
Northern Michigan avoids the two game sweep with a 4-2 win over Miami. Justin Mercier had one assist, on shot on goal and was even. Mercier’s feed came on a short handed tally.
Ohio State and Note Dame skate to a 1-1 tie. Kevin Montgomery is still looking for his first NCAA point. He had three shots on goal and finished even.
Minnesota beats Minnesota Duluth 3-2 in overtime. Ryan Stoa was held pointless, had four shots on goal and finished even. Michael Carman did not register a point. He had one shot on goal and was even for the contest. Derek Peltier was also held pointless. He had two shots on goal and was plus one for the game.
Michigan splits a two game set with a 6-2 win over Michigan State. TJ Hensick had a big night. He scored once on three shots and added three assists. He was named the second star of the game. Billy Sauer had a solid performance. He made 34 saves and increased his record to 5-3-0. He was also named the third star of the game.
Alaska Anchorage trips up Wisconsin 2-1. Nigel Williams continues to sit.
Upcoming Games – Thursday, November 9, 2006:
Western Michigan @ Ohio State 5:05 PM MST