NCAA Report – Saturday, November 25, 2006
Ohio State and Rensselaer skate to a 5-5 tie.
Kevin Montgomery had two even strength assists.
Quinnipiac and Dartmouth skate to a 3-3 tie.
David Jones had one assist, three shots on goal and finished even for the game.
Clarkson doubles up Miami 4-2.
Justin Mercier had one shot on goal and was minus one.
New Hampshire beats Northeastern 3-1.
Brett Hemingway scored once on four shots and was plus two. His goal turned out to be the game winner and he was named the second star of the contest.
Minnesota throttles Michigan 8-2.
TJ Hensick scored a short-handed goal and assisted on the other Michigan tally. Billy Sauer was busy as he faced 52 shots and made 44 saves; his record drops to 11-4-0. Ryan Stoa had five shots on goal and was plus one. Michael Carman scored two short-handed goals and was named the game’s second star. Derek Peltier had three shots on net and was plus one for the game.
Wayne State trips up Cornell 5-4.
Mark McCutcheon had three shots on goal and finished even.
Denver hammers Robert Morris 6-2. Recap
(I certainly hope the Avs are keeping an eye on Ryan Dingle as a free agent possibility in a couple years.)
Upcoming Games – Sunday, November 26, 2006:
Wayne State @ Cornell – 2:00 PM MST