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Princeton Senior Night 2015 Photos

In honor of Princeton’s graduation, here’s a photo gallery from senior night this season. The gallery features photos of Aaron Ave, Tyler Maugeri, Aaron Kesselman, Tom Kroshus, Tucker Brockett and Ryan Benitez. Continue reading Princeton Senior Night 2015 Photos

Princeton Hockey Announces 2014-15 Award Winners

Five awards were handed out at Princeton’s end-of-the-year last weekend. Continue reading Princeton Hockey Announces 2014-15 Award Winners

Princeton Earns Comeback Win Over Clarkson

PRINCETON, N.J. – Princeton was pinned in its own zone in the third, with the game tied 1-1. An exhausted Joe Grabowski sent a pass up the ice, but it bounced off the boards and caromed down for an icing.

Jonathan Liau raced down to beat the call, and the icing was waved off.

“[Liau] had a step on the D so he was racing to beat out the icing,” Tucker Brockett said. “I saw he was going to beat it out, and then honestly couldn’t tell you what happened from there. The next thing I knew the puck was in front and right on my stick.”

Brockett took the shot from right outside the crease, putting Princeton ahead for good. The Tigers (4-17-2, 2-14-1 ECAC) also received a goal from Aaron Kesselman en route to the 2-1 victory over the Knights (11-14-4, 8-77-2).

“It was a great team win,” Princeton coach Ron Fogarty said. “Guys are banged up, a lot of ice bags. And that’s what it takes to win. Winning is difficult. If it was easy, everyone would be winning.” Continue reading Princeton Earns Comeback Win Over Clarkson

Princeton Hosts Russian Red Stars In Only Exhibition

Princeton men’s hockey hosts the Russian Red Starts on Friday.

The Russian Red Stars enter Baker Rink after spending five games in the U.S., playing against the EHL All-Stars, Yale, Harvard, Army and Babson. The Russian Red Stars have won two games in the trip. None of those victories came against Division I opponents.

Comprised of 17 to 21-year-old players, the Russian Red Stars are comprised of players from the MHL. The league takes players from Belarus, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova Russia and Slovakia. Continue reading Princeton Hosts Russian Red Stars In Only Exhibition

Second-Period Lapse Dooms Princeton In Loss To Dartmouth

PRINCETON, N.J – For the second night in a row, the Tigers (2-8-1, 1-6-0 ECAC) found themselves down, pressing with just minutes remaining in the third.

Trailing 4-2, the Tigers reeled off six attempts with their net empty. Dartmouth’s Eric Neiley went to the box, giving Princeton a 6-on-4 power play with 36 seconds left.

Blue liner Joey Grabowski found the puck on his stick twice as the seconds disappeared. He took a couple shots, but couldn’t bring any past Dartmouth’s James Kruger.

For the second night in a row, the Tigers couldn’t complete the comeback. Continue reading Second-Period Lapse Dooms Princeton In Loss To Dartmouth