Andrew Calof Wins Gold at Maccabiah Games

Princeton men’s hockey forward Andrew Calof won gold at the 2013 Maccabiah games on Friday with team Canada.

The senior recorded seven points in four games before Canada defeated USA 7-1 in the final. Against USA in the final game, Calof scored three points including an assist on the game-winning goal.

Calof recorded 102 points (40g, 62a) through 95 games with Princeton. Last season the forward recorded his first collegiate hat trick and was named to the All-ECAC Second Team.

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