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North Country Trip, 2/9-10

Posted by Trotsky 
North Country Trip, 2/9-10
Posted by: Trotsky (---.dc.dc.cox.net)
Date: February 07, 2018 01:17PM

Game notes via ECAC site.


Cornell has three players in the top five nationally in (plus/minus) rating, led by junior defenseman Brendan Smith and his nation's best plus-19. The other leaders are Alec McCrea (plus-17; 4th), and Matt Nuttle (plus-16; tied for 5th).


junior forward Anthony Angello (12-9–21) was (the) nation's leading goal-scorer in January with nine.


For Clarkson:

• Sophomore right wing Sheldon Rempal (18-12–30; 5 PPGs) leads the team in goals, overall scoring and 123 shots on goal.

• Last weekend was the first time this season Rempal was shifted off of a line containing the team's other top scorers, sophomore center Nico Sturm (10-16–26; 3 PPGs; 2 SHGs) and sophomore left wing Devin Brosseau (6-19–25; 4 PPGs) Sturm leads the country in faceoff percentage (64.1).

• Jack Jacome (6-18–24) centers a potent line of all freshmen with Josh Dickinson (13-9–22; 6 PPGs) and Kevin Charyszyn (7-6–13) on the wings. Charyszyn scored twice last weekend, and Dickinson is tied with senior defenseman Terrance Amorosa for the team lead in power-play goals (6-16–22).

• Senior defenseman Kelly Summers (3-18–21) leads the team in power-play points with 14. Of Clarkson blueliners' 16 goals, 11 have come on the power play.

• Sophomore Jake Kielly (18-6-3, 1.74, .934, 6 SO) ranks third nationally in goals against average and fourth in save percentage. His six shutouts are tied for the national lead with Cornell's Matthew Galajda.


For St. Lawrence:

• While still in the ECAC Hockey cellar after a shockingly difficult start to the season, the Saints (6-20-2, 2-13-1) are 5-6-1 since a three-week semester break in December.

• Junior forward Jacob Pritchard (8-11–19; 4 PPGs) leads the team in scoring, but he has missed the last five games.

• Senior forward Mike Marnell (9-7–16) returned from a six-game absence in the fall and now leads the team in goals. He and sophomore forward Carson Gicewicz (8-6–14) each have 11 points in 12 games since the semester break.

• Defenseman defenseman Nolan Gluchowski (1-16–17) leads the team in assists and shots on goal (86).

• Junior Arthur Brey (3-18-1, 3.77, .896, SO) has been the primary starter in goal, with his one shutout consisting of 53 saves in a 1-0 win over Yale on Jan. 27.

Edited 6 time(s). Last edit at 02/07/2018 01:28PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: North Country Trip, 2/9-10
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.239.191.68.cl.cstel.com)
Date: February 07, 2018 02:22PM

And Pierog donning No. 6 for Clarkson a fitting tribute to late Golden Knights captain Morrison

 
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