Here are pictures from Princeton’s 3-1 win over Michigan State on Saturday: Continue reading Princeton vs. Michigan State. 11.28.14 Photos
PRINCETON, N.J. – With time expiring on the clock and Princeton trailing 3-2, Mike Ambrosia fired the puck from above the faceoff circles. The rebound bounced to David Hallisey, who took the shot from in front of the crease.
But it didn’t go in.
Michigan State’s Jake Hildebrand made the save, preserving the Spartans’ one-goal lead.
“[It was] just a rebound, the goalie made a great save,” Hallisey said. “I don’t think I would’ve done anything differently. Credit to the goalie.” Continue reading Third Period Rally Can’t Push Princeton Past Michigan State
PRINCETON, N.J. – The last time Princeton’s Max Becker played on the same ice as Michigan State’s John Draeger, the pair were winning at championship at Shattuck St. Mary’s.
Becker had made the journey from California, and he was the only sophomore on the team. Draeger, two years older than Becker and a Minnesota native, was a senior and in his second year with the team.
“He was a big role model for me,” Becker said. Continue reading Former Teammates John Draeger and Max Becker Meet Again, On Opposite Sides
PRINCETON, N.J. – Mike Ambrosia skated out for warmups. Like normal, he tossed the puck around with his teammates and cycled in the pre-game drills.
But it was far from normal.
On Friday, Ambrosia took the ice for the first time since last March, making his season debut after missing eight games with a lower-body injury.
“[I’m] feeling good,” Ambrosia said. Continue reading Junior Mike Ambrosia Makes Season Debut
PRINCETON, N.J. – When David Hallisey scored the go-ahead goal for Princeton in the second period, he knelt down and swept the ice with his right hand.
The tally stood as the game-winning goal en route to a 3-1 win over the Spartans (4-8-0) at Baker Rink. The Tigers (2-6-1) snapped a five-game losing streak and score two goals for the first time since a Nov. 7 win over Cornell. Princeton’s three goals matched the team’s total over the five-game losing streak.
“Scoring two or more goals, we’re undefeated this year,” Princeton coach Ron Fogarty said. “It was nice to see the puck go into the net a couple times, had a glorious chance and no goal but guys stuck with the game plan and it was a good 60 minutes for us.” Continue reading Revived Offense Propels Princeton Over Michigan State
Princeton hockey recruits Neil Doef and Ryan Kuffner were named to the Canada East selection camp for the World Junior A Challenge.
Princeton men’s hockey returns home this weekend to host its first non-conference opponent, Michigan State.
This is the first trip to Princeton for the Spartans (4-7-0), who are coming off a 3-0 loss to Ohio State. The Tigers (1-6-) are on a five-game losing streak and have been outscored 21-3.
This will be the sixth and seventh meetings in the series, which Michigan State leads 5-0. These teams met for two tilts in East Lansing, Mich., last season. The Spartans won 4-1 and 8-2, with Colton Phinney in net for the first loss. Continue reading Princeton Returns Home For Tilt With Michigan State
One month ago, Princeton began its season with a new head coach. The Tigers are 1-6-1 and are on a five-game losing streak. But Princeton returns home for the first time in two weeks, and there are still some things the Tigers have to be thankful for: Continue reading Three Things Princeton Hockey Should Be Thankful
With the completion of the Central Canada Cup, several Princeton recruits returned to their junior clubs.
Here’s this week’s Princeton hockey recruit roundup:
Spencer Kryczka recorded an assist in Camrose’s 5-4 shootout win over Lloydminster.
Joey Fallon scored an unassisted goal on Friday, while Ryan Kuffner missed both games. He still leads the CCHL in points with 40.
Neil Doef recorded an assist on Sunday.
Austin Shaw started in Wichita Falls’ 5-4 win against Odessa. He finished with 35 saves in the shootout victory.
Alex Riche recorded a goal in Cobourg’s 5-2 loss the Trenton on Monday.
Colin Tonge netted an assist on Thursday.
Youngstown split its weekend series with Bloomington. In Friday’s win, Josh Melnick netted the game-tying goal. He also recorded two assists on the night, capping off a three-game point streak.
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With the completion of the Central Canada Cup, several Princeton recruits returned to their junior clubs. Here’s how they fared this week: Continue reading Recruit Roundup