Just 2:49 minutes after Kyle Rankin tied the score in the second period, Clarkson regained their lead on a power play goal from Will Frederick.
“[The Tigers were] positive, ‘Hey we’ll get one, don’t worry,’” coach Bob Prier said.
Despite pressing and creating some quality scoring chances, the Tigers couldn’t covert a chance. They fell to 3-2 to the Golden Knights in the deciding game of the ECAC Tournament’s first round. The loss ended Princeton’s season. Continue reading
It took 54 seconds into the game for Clarkson’s Jeff DiNallo to give the Golden Knights the lead.
“Our first period wasn’t really strong,” coach Bob Prier said. “We came out a little flat. I don’t know why, but we did.” Continue reading
Just past the halfway mark in overtime, Jonathan Liau was playing on Princeton’s defense.
“We needed a little bit of help back there,” coach Bb Prier said. “There were some guys that were battling and playing through and logging a lot of ice time so Johnny was actually playing D in a shift in overtime.”
Liau collected the puck at the point before sending it over to Andrew Calof, who passed it along to Andrew Ammon.
Ammon roofed it past Clarkson’s Greg Lewis. Continue reading
Here are the lineups for tonight’s ECAC Tournament game, via Cap Carey: Continue reading
Will MacDonald signed with the Gwinnett Gladiators, the team announced Thursday. Continue reading
Princeton men’s hockey will travel to Clarkson this weekend for the first round of the ECAC Tournament.
The best-of-three series will take place on Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. If necessary, the teams will face off on Sunday at 7 p.m.
The Tigers (5-24-0, 4-18-0 ECAC) just came back from a trip to the North Country, where they fell to St. Lawrence 5-0 and Clarkson 3-1. Princeton has lost five games in a row to the Golden Knights (18-14-4, 11-9-2 ECAC). Continue reading
Gloucester Rangers forward Max Veronneau has committed to Princeton for the 2015-16 season. Continue reading