College Hockey:
Norcross, Fairfeld Shut Down Bentley In Q Cup Conso

— Freshman Greg Norcross recorded a shutout in his collegiate debut as Fairfield blanked Bentley, 4-0, in the third-place game of the Quinnipiac Cup Saturday afternoon at the Northford Ice Pavilion.

Norcross, who made 25 saves, was supported offensively by sophomores Ray Metz and Steve Calderara. Metz had a goal and two assists, figuring in each of his team’s first three scores, and Calderara had a goal and an assist.

The Stags (1-1) jumped in front with two goals less than two minutes apart midway through the first. Freshman Ryan Tormey lit the lamp first with a power play at 11:04, and Metz made it 2-0 at 12:52.

Fairfield, which had a 38-25 shot advantage over the 0-2 Falcons, added single goals in each of the final two periods. Sophomore Dan Cotter scored on a power play at 11:31 of the second, and Calderara closed out the scoring at 10:58 of the third.

Bentley senior goalie Ray DeVincent, who made 50 saves in Friday’s 6-1 loss to Quinnipiac, had another busy day. He finished with 34 saves, including at least 10 in every period.

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