College Hockey:
Six players score for No. 18 Union in rout of Niagara

— Union is making a habit of scoring big at home.

Goaltender Keith Kinkaid had 20 saves in Union's 6-1 win over Niagara Friday night (photo: Jennifer Bock).

After a scoreless first period, the 18th-ranked Dutchmen jumped out to a 4-0 lead in the opening 12 minutes of the second period, then coasted to a 6-1 victory over Niagara on Friday.

Six players scored for Union, which has outscored opponents 22-4 in starting 3-0 at home.

Wayne Simpson, Adam Presizniuk, Jeremy Welsh and Justin Pallos scored second-period goals for the Dutchmen (4-1).

John Simpson and Daniel Carr added third-period goals.

Scott Arnold scored for Niagara (0-1-2).

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  • Bozo

    Union should be in the top 10!

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