There weren't a lot of treats for
St. Lawrence University's men's hockey team at the Halloween Faceoff at the
1980 Rink in Herb Brooks Arena at Lake Placid as despite outplaying arch-rival
Clarkson for most of the game, the Saints lost 2-1 in overtime and are now
winless in their first seven games of the 2010-11 season.
Junior wing Greg Squires scored a
power play goal from the center point with eight minutes to play in regulation
time to tie the game at 3-3 and goaltenders Nick Pisellini of Western Michigan
and Matt Weninger of St. Lawrence kept it that way through the rest of
regulation and overtime as WMU and St. Lawrence skated to a 3-3 draw at
Appleton Arena Saturday night.
Sophomore goaltender Nick Pisellini
made 15 of his 27 saves in the second and third periods and Western Michigan
used two goals just 42 seconds apart in the first period to set the stage for a
3-1 NCAA Division I men’s hockey victory over St. Lawrence Friday night.
Senior goaltender Pat Nagle posted a 26-save shutout as
Ferris State skated to a 3-0 NCAA Division I hockey victory over St. Lawrence
at Big Rapids, MI Saturday night, completing a weekend sweep of the Saints.
Senior center Nate Hennig staked Ferris State to a two-goal
lead early in the third period and the Bulldogs went on to a 4-2 win over St.
Lawrence in the first game of a two game weekend series between the Saints and
Ferris State in Big Rapids, MI Friday night.
St. Lawrence University's Sean Flanagan and Matt Weninger
earned two of ECAC Hockey's three weekly awards on Monday with Flanagan being
named MSX Skates ECAC Hockey Player of the Week and Weninger earning the MSX
Skates ECAC Hockey Goaltender of the Week award.
defenseman Pete Child scored his second goal of the weekend with just over 52
seconds to go in regulation and the goaltender pulled for an extra attacker as
St. Lawrence University came from behind to tie Minnesota State Mankato 1-1 at
the Verizon Wireless Center in Mankato Saturday night.
made a spectacular return to NCAA hockey after a year away from the game while
recuperating from surgery, scoring two goals and setting up two others as St.
Lawrence University skated to a 5-5 tie at Minnesota State Mankato in the
official season opener for both teams Friday night.
night's exhibition game against Carleton is any indication of what is to come,
St. Lawrence University's men's hockey team is going to have another productive
year from its defensive corps.