2017-18 HOCKEY EAST TEXT BOX SCORE
Merrimack (MER) at New Hampshire (UNH)
Date: Sunday, December 10, 2017
Conference Game
Attendance: 3731
Start Time: 4:02 pm  End Time: 6:16 pm  Total Time: 2:14

Scoring by Period - MER 3-1-0=4; UNH 1-0-2=3

1st Period
Scoring - 1, UNH Michael McNicholas/5 (Jason Salvaggio/4, Patrick Grasso/8) 0:34
2, MER Derek Petti/2 (Cole McBride/2, Ludvig Larsson/7) 6:57
3, MER Sami Tavernier/6 (Evan Bell/1) 8:52
4, MER Alfred Larsson/1 (Logan Coomes/4, Laine McKay/2) 16:36
Penalties - Kohei Sato, UNH (Tripping) 10:28; Ludvig Larsson, MER (Face-off Violation) 10:32

2nd Period
Scoring - 5, MER Tyler Irvine/3 (Evan Bell/2, Brett Seney/10) 6:43 (GW)
Penalties - Ara Nazarian, UNH (Tripping) 2:36; Ludvig Larsson, MER (Boarding) 3:31; Evan Bell, MER (Goaltender Interference) 17:23; Aaron Titcomb, MER (Roughing) 19:36; Marcus Vela, UNH (Slashing) 19:36

3rd Period
Scoring - 6, UNH Marcus Vela/4 (Ara Nazarian/6, Shane Eiserman/3) 2:07
7, UNH Patrick Grasso/2 (Michael McNicholas/12, Max Gildon/8) 3:50 (PP)
Penalties - Michael Babcock, MER (Interference) 2:13; Marc Biega, MER (Interference) 4:21; Marcus Vela, UNH (Tripping) 8:44; Cameron Marks, UNH (Tripping) 11:17; Derek Petti, MER (Interference) 15:25

Merrimack Goaltending - Craig Pantano (60:00, 28 shots, 25 saves, 3 GA)

New Hampshire Goaltending - Daniel Tirone (26:43, 11 shots, 7 saves, 4 GA); Mike Robinson (32:17, 12 shots, 12 saves, 0 GA); Empty Net (1:00, 0 GA)

Win - Craig Pantano, MER (4-4-1). Loss - Daniel Tirone, UNH (9-7-1).

Shots On Goal - MER 9-11-3=23; UNH 14-6-8=28

Power Plays - MER 0 of 4; UNH 1 of 6

Penalties - MER 7 (14 min); UNH 5 (10 min)

New Records - Merrimack 4-9-3, New Hampshire 9-7-1

Three Stars: 1. Evan Bell (Merrimack) 2. Michael McNicholas (New Hampshire) 3. Tyler Irvine (Merrimack)

Referees: John Gravallese, Marty Hughes  Linesmen: Jeremy Lovett, A.J. Potvin