Princeton Closes Regular Season Up North Against Clarkson, St. Lawrence

Princeton travels to the North Country this weekend, facing Clarkson on Friday and St. Lawrence on Saturday to close out the regular season. Continue reading Princeton Closes Regular Season Up North Against Clarkson, St. Lawrence

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Seniors Reflect in Last Night At Baker Rink

After the senior night festivities, Sean Bonar walked onto the bench and down the stairs. Before walking down the tunnel, he placed his hand on the arc that says “Princeton Hockey.”

Bonar sighed as his hand rested there for a minute. He then walked into the tunnel and to the locker room. Continue reading Seniors Reflect in Last Night At Baker Rink

Princeton Falls Short Against Cornell On Senior Night

PRINCETON, N.J. – Playing in front of a standing-room only crowd of 2,448 and battling bands, Princeton men’s hockey played its last game of the season against Cornell.

Despite a few quality chances, the Tigers (5-22-0, 4-16-0 ECAC) couldn’t overcome the Big Red (14-7-5, 10-6-4 ECAC), falling 3-1 on senior night at Baker Rink.

“Without watching the film, I think it was a pretty good game,” coach Bob Prier said. “The guys played pretty hard, really hard.” Continue reading Princeton Falls Short Against Cornell On Senior Night

Ryan Benitez, Family, Cherish First Collegiate Appearance

PRINCETON, N.J. – At the 7:30 mark of the third period, the referees halted play. Colton Phinney skated towards the bench, where Ryan Benitez grabbed his stick and rushed towards Princeton’s net.

“I was completely caught by surprise at that moment,” Benitez said. “Before I knew it, I was in there and I didn’t really have much time to think about it, which might have been a good thing at the end of the day.” Continue reading Ryan Benitez, Family, Cherish First Collegiate Appearance

Third Period Dooms Tigers in Loss Against Colgate

PRINCETON, N.J. – Just over a minute into the third period, Mike Borkowski put Colgate up 3-1.

Roughly a minute later, Princeton’s Ryan Siiro took a five-minute major and a game misconduct for charging. The Tigers (5-21-0, 4-15-0 ECAC) couldn’t regain control afterwards, falling to the Raiders (15-11-5, 11-5-3 ECAC) 6-1. Continue reading Third Period Dooms Tigers in Loss Against Colgate