NCAA Report – Friday, January 5, 2007
Union beats Dartmouth 4-1.
David Jones had the primary assist on the lone Dartmouth goal. He had six shots on net and finished even.
Ohio State topples Alaska-Fairbanks 6-2.
Tom Fritsche scored his first goal of the season and added an assist. His goal, a power play tally, turned out to be the game winner. Fritsche was named the second star of the game.
New Hampshire hammers Vermont 7-1.
The Catamounts were held to 11 shots for the game. Brett Hemingway scored twice on four shots and finished plus two. He was named the game’s second star.
Miami tops Michigan Sate 5-2.
Justin Mercier had three shots on goal and finished even.
Minnesota tramples Minnesota State 5-1.
Derek Peltier finished plus three.
Denver outlasts Wisconsin 3-1.
Denver is 3-0 against the defending NCAA champs this season. Recap
Colorado College shuts out North Dakota 1-0.
Scott McCulloch scores the game’s only goal. Recap
Air Force thumps Mercyhurst 5-3.
Eric Ehn, the nation’s leading scorer, found the back of the net twice. Recap
Brandon Yip is practicing with his Boston University teammates, and could return to the lineup as early as January 12th or 13th against Maine.
Mark McCutcheon was injured in last Friday’s 5-2 Cornell win over New Hampshire. He did not play the following evening and may miss Saturday’s contest against Sacred Heart. The injury is not deemed to be serious.
While there has been no official word, JD Corbin could be off crutches and may resume skating shortly.
Upcoming Games – Saturday, January 6, 2007:
Michigan State @ Miami 5:05 PM MST
Dartmouth @ RPI 5:00 PM MST
New Hampshire @ Vermont 5:00 PM MST
Sacred Heart @ Cornell 5:00 PM MST
Air Force @ Mercyhurst 5:00 PM MST
Wisconsin @ Denver 7:05 PM MST
North Dakota @ Colorado College 7:05 PM MST