College Hockey:
Weekend wrap up 12/13

As we wind down towards the holiday break, games are getting scarce. There were just four league games played last weekend, with RIT picking up four points in a sweep of Mercyhurst, and Army and Connecticut getting wins in single game affairs.

RIT continued its dominance of Mercyhurst in Erie, expended its unbeaten streak to eight games with a pair of 4-2 wins. Both games were tied at two each going into the third period before the Tigers pulled away. Click on the links to see the box score fromFriday and Saturday.

On Friday, Army picked up its fifth win of the season with a 3-1 win over Bentley, but fell at Union on Saturday.

Sacred Heart’s woes continued, with a pair of blowout losses, first in AHA play to Connecticut and then to Clarkson.

Robert Morris had a successful trip to Alabama, sweeping former CHA rival UAH in a pair of close games, 4-3 and 2-1.

Niagara picked up another non-conference win for the HAA, defeating Colgate 4-3 in overtime, while AIC fell to Union 8-1.

How’d I do?

I had my best week of the season, going 8-1. Guest Analyst Ed Keller also had a good week, going 6-3. I’ve now won the last four matchups in a row and move to 5-4 on the season against my guests.

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  • Hockeyfan

    what did i tell you, give connecticut a little credit, that was your one loss

  • http://twitter.com/chrislerch Chris Lerch

    17 goals in their last two games is pretty impressive.

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