College Hockey:
Arnold power-play goal lifts Massachusetts-Lowell past Princeton

PRINCETON, N.J. — Chris Maniccia and Derek Arnold tallied power-play goals to lead Massachusetts-Lowell to a 2-1 victory over Princeton on Tuesday night.

Aaron Ave scored his first collegiate goal at 16:45 of the first period, giving Princeton a 1-0 lead. But a penalty less than a minute later put the River Hawks on the power play, and Maniccia converted from the point on a feed from Christian Folin.

After a scoreless second, the River Hawks capitalized on the power play again, as Arnold finished on a pass from Joseph Pendenza.

Goaltender Doug Carr made 19 saves in the victory for the River Hawks. Sean Bonar made 29 saves for Princeton.

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