~ UMass-Lowell blanks St. Francis; Wildcats tie STFX~
Junior captain Chris Connolly notched five points in BU's exhibition win on Saturday
Saturday , October 2nd
at No. 14 Boston U. 9, Toronto 3 (Exh.) at Agganis Arena (Boston, Mass.)
• Junior captain Chris Connolly notched five points (2g,3a) for the Terriers, while rookie Charlie Coyle
posted four points, which included a hat trick. The Terriers outshot Toronto, 54-18.
at No. 8 New Hampshire 3, St. Francis Xavier 3 OT (Exh.) at the Whittemore Center (Durham, N.H.)
• Senior Paul Thompson recorded two goals for the Wildcats. UNH outshot STFX, 44-14 for the game.
Matt DiGirolamo stopped 11 shots in 65 minutes.
New Brunswick 4 at Massachusetts 3 OT at Mullins Center Practice Rink (Amherst, Mass.)
• Danny Hobbs potted two goals for UMass, while Paul Dainton record 18 saves in 40 minutes of play.
The Minutemen went 2-for-5 with a man advantage on the afternoon.
Acadia 3 at Northeastern 2 OT (Exh.) at Matthews Arena (Boston, Mass.)
• Mike McLaughlin and Zak Stone scored goals for the Huskies. Chris Rawlings stopped 21 shots in 40
minutes in goal for Northeastern.
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 3RD
at No. 7 Maine 5, Acadia 1 (Exh.) at Alfond Arena (Orono, Maine)
• Gustav Nyquist and Will O'Neill each posted two points (1g,1a). Maine outshot Acadia, 38-16. Shawn
Sirman made eight saves in the first 28:10 and Dan Sullivan recorded seven saves in the final 31:19.
at No. 1 Boston College 8, Toronto 0 (Exh.) at Conte Forum (Chestnut Hill, Mass.)
• Steve Whitney tallied a game-high four points (1g,3a) for the Eagles. BC outshot Toronto, 43-13. Kevin
Hayes also totaled a three-point effort (1g,2a) on the night.
at UMass-Lowell 3, St. Francis Xavier 0 (Exh.) at Tsongas Center (Lowell, Mass.)
• Michael Budd and Riley Wetmore each amassed two points in the game (1g,1a). UML outshot STFX,
45-14. Doug Carr (4 saves), Michael Heffron (6) and Marc Boulanger (4) each played 20 minutes in net for
the River Hawks.
New Brunswick 3 at Vermont 2 (Exh.) at Gutterson Fieldhouse (Burlington, Vt.)
• Conor Brickley and Matt Marshall each lit the lamp for the Catamounts. Rob Madore made 18 saves in
40 minutes of action. The 'Cats were a perfect 5-for-5 on the penalty kill.