Boston College Skates Past New Brunswick, 4-2, in Exhibition
Sophomore forward David Cotton and sophomore defenseman Connor Moore each post goal and assist for Eagles

Sophomore forward David Cotton had a goal and an assist for the Eagles
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 3:14  BC1-0 EV Jacob TortoraDavid Cotton, Christopher Brown
1st 7:05  BC2-0 EV David CottonConnor Moore, Christopher Brown
2nd 1:07  BC3-0 EV GW Jesper MattilaGraham McPhee, JD Dudek
2nd 18:59  NBR1-3 PP Chris CaissyCam Brace, Chris Clapperton
3rd 3:59  BC4-1 EV Connor MooreRon Greco, Casey Carreau
3rd 15:49  NBR2-4 EV Chris ClappertonDylan Willick
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
New Brunswick  0112
Boston College  2114
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
New Brunswick  9171036
Boston College  116522
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
New Brunswick  1/5 5/13 0
Boston College  0/5 5/10 0
New Brunswick Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Alex Dubeau (L)40:003 95014
Rylan Parenteau18:431 0044
Empty Net1:170     
Boston College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Joseph Woll20:000 9009
Ryan Edquist (W)20:001 016016
Ian Milosz20:001 0099

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. - Boston College scored early and often and never surrendered the lead as the Eagles claimed a 4-2 triumph in their first test of the season.

Newcomer Jacob Tortora started things off for BC with a goal three minutes into the game to set the pace for the maroon and gold.

All three BC goaltenders played as Joseph Woll earned the victory. Woll started the contest while Ryan Equist staffed the pipes in the second period and Ian Milosz cleaned up the duties in the third.


New Brunswick - 4 / No. 13 Boston College - 2


Warrior Ice Arena / Boston


New Brunswick (0-0-0) / No. 13 Boston College - (0-0-0)


- Connor Moore and David Cotton lead the way for Boston College with a goal and assist each while captain Christopher Brown added a pair of assists.

- Jacob Tortora scored the Eagles' first goal of the season and his first in maroon and gold 3:14 into the contest.

- Jesper Mattila netted his first goal of the season 1:07 into the second period.

- Joseph Woll picked up the win, stopping all nine shots he faced in the second period. Ryan Edquist stopped 16-of-17 shots in the second frame while Ian Milosz denied 9-of-10 shots in the third period.

- New Brunswick outshot the Eagles, 36-22.


FIRST GOAL (1-0 - BC) FIRST PERIOD - Jake Tortora - 3:14 - EVEN STRENGTH
Boston College jumped out early, scoring off an offensive zone draw at 3:14 of the first period. Christopher Brownwon the draw, getting the puck into the near left corner and David Cotton gave chase. Jacob Tortora broke loose from the play and Cotton connected with him in front and the freshman duped UNB goaltender Alex Dubeau for the 1-0 lead.

Cotton doubled up the Eagle advantage at 7:05 of the first period, capitalize on an offensive rush. Connor Mooregenerated the play, digging the puck out behind BC's net and connected with Christopher Brown on the flank. Cotton caught up to the play and after some back-and-forth in front of the Varsity Reds' net, Cotton was able to clean up the carom for the 2-0 lead.

THIRD GOAL (3-0 - BC) SECOND PERIOD - Jesper Mattila - 1:07 - EVEN STRENGTH
Jesper Mattila put Boston College up 3-0 early in the second period with a wrister from within the blue line. JD Dudekpitchforked the puck out of the near corner to Graham McPhee on the right circle. McPhee skated it through the zone and connected with Mattila at the top of the zone where he sent it past Dubeau with traffic in front 1:07 into the second frame.

FOURTH GOAL (3-1 - UNB) SECOND PERIOD - Chris Caissy - 18:59 - POWER PLAY
Connor Moore (17:12 - slashing) and Michael Kim (18:03 - high-sticking) went to the box, respectively, late in the second period and New Brunswick capitalized on the two-man advantage with 61 seconds to play in the period. Cam Brace connected with Chris Caissy on the near post with the extra room and Caissy blasted it past BC netminder Ryan Edquist at 18:59 to cut it to 3-1.

FIFTH GOAL (4-1 - BC) THIRD PERIOD - Connor Moore - 3:59 - EVEN STRENGTH
Moore reclaimed Boston College's three-goal pad on a nice breakaway move at 3:59 of the third period. Dudek duped the Varsity Reds' forecheck with a clever pass to Moore on the red line and the defenseman was off to the races. Moore made one move on UNB goalie Ryan Parenteau and beat him with the forehand for the 4-1 lead.

SIXTH GOAL (4-2 - UNB) THIRD PERIOD - Chris Clapperton - 15:49 - EVEN STRENGTH
Chris Clapperton cut BC's lead back down to a pair of goals with 4:11 left to go after stripping the puck down low from the Eagles. The right winger snuck if past Ian Milosz down low on the near post to move the count to 4-2.


Points: Connor Moore (1 - 1 - 2) / David Cotton (1 - 1 - 2) / Christopher Brown (0 - 2 - 2)

Goals: Connor Moore (1 - 1 - 2) / David Cotton (1 - 1 - 2) / Jesper Mattila (1 - 0 - 1) / Jacob Tortora (1 - 0 - 1)

Assists: Christopher Brown (0 - 2 - 2)

Shots: Jesper Mattila ( 3 )

Faceoffs Won: Christopher Brown (13 - of - 20)


New Brunswick: 1 - for - 4
Boston College: 0 - for - 4


New Brunswick: 5 - for - 13
Boston College: 5 - for - 10


McPhee - Jul. Mattila - Dudek
Cotton - Brown - Tortora
Hutsko - Rasanen - Booth
Grando - Greco - Carreau

Karow - Kim
McInnis - Fitzgerald
Jes. Mattila - Moore



No. 13 Boston College kicks off the 2017-18 home slate on Friday, Oct. 6 at Kelley Rink when the Eagles welcome No. 14 Quinnipiac to The Heights for the first time in program history. Game time is scheduled for 7 p.m. and will be available on ESPN3.