Mike Ambrosia, Andrew Calof and Ben Foster returned to Princeton in Saturday’s tilt against Maine.Coach Bob Prier said senior defenseman Kevin Ross will miss the remainder of the season, while Tommy Davis, Tyler Maugeri and Kevin Liss should return within a month. Garrett Skrbich is day-to-day.
Foster said his ankle felt good and he didn’t think he’d be re-injuring it.
“It felt good, ankle feels good and yeah I just felt good. I felt comfortable,” Foster said.
Prier said Foster, who centered the fourth line, didn’t look sharp. He missed six games earlier in the season and returned on Nov. 29, where he re-injured himself.
“Potentially he might need a little bit more time, he just didn’t seem to have that same jump as the other two,” Prier said.
The 4-0 loss to Maine was Calof’s first game since Nov. 8. The senior said he felt a little rusty.
“A little bit, especially after Christmas break but it felt good to be back and definitely feel like I’m getting back to being better,” Calof said.
Ambrosia returned after missing four games in a row. Overall, the sophomore has missed six contests this season.
“They played outstanding, they had a ton of chances. It was a great line,” Prier said. “I think they were the best line on the ice. They just ran into a really hot goalie.”
Liss has missed the past four contests and Skrbich the last two, while Maugeri and Davis haven’t played in seven games.