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Andrew Calof Signs Extension With Skellefteå AIK

Andrew Calof 18Princeton hockey alumnus Andrew Calof signed an extension with Skellefteå AIK, the club announced on Tuesday.

Calof has played with the SHL team since joining the team in 2014-15, the season after he graduated. While at Princeton, Calof reached the century-point mark. He finished his four-year career with 123 points.

Calof has 34 points with Skellefteå AIK this year and had 35 last season.

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Looking Back At My First Games At Baker

TPhoto Jun 18, 8 28 24 PMwo and a half years ago, I walked up to the ticket window at Baker Rink. It was Jan. 5, 2013, just after New Year’s. I nervously asked them for my credential. I waited quietly as they sifted around the booth, and finally handed it to me. I took it from them excitedly.

I’m always early to hockey games, but I didn’t realize Baker doesn’t open until 6 p.m. I must’ve stood outside for 30 minutes, shifting back and forth, trying to keep warm.

At 6, they opened the doors and I walked into Baker for the first time.

Yes, that was my first trip to Baker Rink. Even though I grew up 15 minutes away. Even though I probably drove by the arena a million times during my childhood. Even though I frequented nearby McCarter Theatre at least once a year. This was still my first trip to Baker Rink. Continue reading Looking Back At My First Games At Baker

2014-15 Princeton Hockey Season Primer

2013-14 Record: 6-26-0, 4-18-0 ECAC

The Big Storyline

The coaching staff for Princeton is entirely new. Ron Fogarty, Stavros Paskaris and Brad Dexter replace Bob Prier, Greg Gardner and Scott Garrow.

The Skinny

Princeton has struggled offensively and defensively for the past few seasons. Injuries have been a major issues as well, keeping Princeton from a chance at consistency. Despite the adversity, the Tigers have been an extremely hard-working and very physical team. But with the new coaching staff, it’s hard to say what Princeton’s identity will be this season.   Continue reading 2014-15 Princeton Hockey Season Primer

Darroll Powe Joins Phantoms And Other Princeton Signings

Former Princeton men’s hockey player Darroll Powe signed with the Phantoms of the AHL, the team announced Wednesday.

Powe spent several seasons with the Phantoms after graduating from Princeton in 2007.  Powe made his NHL debut in 2008-09 with the Flyers, where he played until moving to Minnesota in 2011-12. Continue reading Darroll Powe Joins Phantoms And Other Princeton Signings

Princeton Travels To Clarkson For First Round Of The ECAC Tournament

Princeton men’s hockey will travel to Clarkson this weekend for the first round of the ECAC Tournament.

The best-of-three series will take place on Friday at 7 p.m. and Saturday at 7:30 p.m. If necessary, the teams will face off on Sunday at 7 p.m.

The Tigers (5-24-0, 4-18-0 ECAC) just came back from a trip to the North Country, where they fell to St. Lawrence 5-0 and Clarkson 3-1. Princeton has lost five games in a row to the Golden Knights (18-14-4, 11-9-2 ECAC). Continue reading Princeton Travels To Clarkson For First Round Of The ECAC Tournament

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