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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 04, 2015 8:40 am

CRITES EARNS SHUTOUT FOR COLBY IN WOMEN'S HOCKEY WIN OVER USM

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Angelica Crites earned her first collegiate shutout and the Colby College women's hockey team exploded for three goals in the second period to pull away for a 4-0 win against University of Southern Maine in non-conference play Tuesday night.

Colby moved to 11-9 overall and has already surpassed last year's win total of 10 with four games left in the regular season. Southern Maine dropped to 6-12-1 overall.

Crites finished the night with 16 saves to post Colby's second shutout of the year.

After a scoreless opening period, Delaney Flynn scored her sixth of the season just 15 seconds into the period from Elisa Rascia and Maddie Dewhirst.

The Mules made it 2-0 with a power play goal from Jackie Tavella at 9:19 of the second. Lauren Guarente had her seventh assist and Katie McLaughlin her ninth on the play.

Megan Fortier put the game away with just 57 seconds left in the second period from McLaughlin and Flynn.

Guarente scored her 11th goal of the season at 10:53 of the third on McLaughlin's third assist of the game and Fortier's seventh of the season.

USM goalie Nia Kelly stopped 19 shots, including nine in the opening period.

Colby 4, Southern Maine 0
Scoring by Period - SOM 0-0-0=0; CLB 0-3-1=4
1st Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Chelsea Boucher, SOM (Holding) 11:45
2nd Period
Scoring - 1, CLB Delaney Flynn/6 (Elisa Rascia/2, Maddie Dewhirst/2) 0:15 (GW)
2, CLB Jackie Tavella/2 (Lauren Guarente/7, Katie McLaughlin/9) 9:19 (PP)
3, CLB Megan Fortier/5 (Katie McLaughlin/10, Delaney Flynn/2) 19:03
Penalties - Tatiana Doucette, SOM (Cross-Checking) 8:04; Hannah Dineen, CLB (Tripping) 9:52; Brooke Gary, CLB (Holding) 13:20; Megan Fortier, CLB (High-Sticking) 19:06
3rd Period
Scoring - 4, CLB Lauren Guarente/11 (Katie McLaughlin/11, Megan Fortier/7) 10:53
Penalties - Katie Couture, SOM (Body Checking) 2:23; Kaleigh Heath, SOM (Body Checking) 13:07; Kaleigh Heath, SOM (High-Sticking) 19:23
Southern Maine Goaltending - Nia Kelly (60:00, 23 shots, 19 saves, 4 GA)
Colby Goaltending - Angelica Crites (60:00, 16 shots, 16 saves, 0 GA)
Win - Angelica Crites, CLB (4-3-0). Loss - Nia Kelly, SOM (0-3-1).
Shots On Goal - SOM 5-5-6=16; CLB 9-6-8=23
Power Plays - SOM 0 of 3; CLB 1 of 5
Penalties - SOM 5 (10 min); CLB 3 (6 min)
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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 6:45 am

Couture Leads USM Past Plymouth State 3-1

GORHAM, Maine -- Sophomore Katie Couture (Harrisville, R.I.) scored a pair of goals to lead the University of Southern Maine women’s ice hockey team to a 3-1 victory over Plymouth State University in an ECAC Women’s East game Friday at the USM Ice Arena.

The win was the Huskies’ third in the last four games, and improved their record to 7-12-1 overall and 5-6-1 in the league. The Panthers, winless in their last four games (0-3-1), fell to 3-16-2 overall and 3-9-1 in ECAC action. The two teams will meet again February 20 at Plymouth State.

Couture gave the Huskies a 1-0 lead at 1:48 of the opening period on a nice play from behind the net by junior Cassandra Sherman (North Smithfield, R.I.).

Junior Kaleigh Heath (Jericho, Vt.) doubled the Huskies advantage at 16:21 when her shot from the top of the right-wing circle found its way past PSU junior goalie Alyssa Altschuler (Cheshire, Conn.). Senior Talya Bent (Cranston, R.I.) earned the lone assist.

Couture’s team-leading tenth goal of the season at 6:52 of the middle period made it 3-0 for the home side. Couture stole the puck at the PSU blue line to skate in and beat Altschuler with a 20-foot wrist shot for the unassisted marker.

Plymouth State got one back late in the period when senior Kelsey Cosby (Walpole, Mass.) beat USM senior goalie Liz Bergstrom (Chanhassen, Minn.) to the puck in a scramble in front of the USM goal and pushed the puck by Bergstrom for her fifth goal of the season.

Neither team would score in the final period as Bergstrom and Altschuler kept the offenses at bay. Bergstrom finished the game with 13 saves while Altschuler stopped 18 shots at the other end.

Southern Maine is on the road tomorrow (4:40 p.m.) traveling the Harrisville, R.I., to play Nichols College. Plymouth State will be at home on Saturday (6:00 p.m.) hosting Castleton State College.



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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 08, 2015 7:21 am

Nichols Strikes Late, Downs Southern Maine 4-3

HARRISVILLE, R.I. -- Seniors Talia Hohmann (Marina, Calif.) and Grace Murphy (Montclair, Va.) scored 41 seconds apart with less than two minutes to play in regulation to give the Nichols College Bison a stunning 4-3, come-from-behind victory over the visiting University of Southern Maine Huskies in ECAC Women’s East action Saturday at Levy Rink.

The win snapped a three-game losing skid for the Bison and improved their record to 7-13-0 overall and 4-8-0 in the league. The Huskies slipped to 7-13-1 overall and 5-7-1 in ECAC play.

With Southern Maine protecting a 3-2 lead, Hohmann tied the game with a power-play goal at 18:23 with her third goal of the season. Seniors Lisa Coskren (Norwood, Mass.) and Alyssa Bufis (Linden, N.J.) set up Hohmann.

Moments later, Murphy scored the game-winning marker on a 2-on-1 break to give the home side its first lead of the game with only 56 seconds remaining. Senior Taylor Brown (Winthrop, Mass.) received the lone assist.

Southern Maine pressed for a tying goal lifting senior goalie Liz Bergstrom (Chanhassen, Minn.) for the extra attacker with 36 seconds to play, but Nichols senior goalie Tori Gianformaggio (Huntington Beach, Calif.) preserved the victory. Gianformaggio finished the game with 25 saves to earn her sixth win of the season. Bergstrom stopped 20 shots before heading to the bench.

The Huskies enjoyed three one-goal leads in the game, but could never put more separation between themselves and the Bison. After a scoreless first period, sophomore Lynn Kozlowski (Stoneham, Mass.) put the visitors on the board with her fifth goal of the season at 4:28. Sophomore McKenna Russell (Stoughton, Mass.) and junior Chelsea Boucher (Gilford, N.H.) picked up the assists.

Less than two minutes later, Bufis tied the game with her seventh goal of the season.

USM senior Julia Pearl (Essex Jct., Vt.) scored the first of her two power-play goals at 15:29 to give the Huskies a 2-1 lead after 40 minutes. Junior Kaleigh Heath (Jericho, Vt.) picked up the lone assist.

Again the Bison came back to tie the game as Brown tallied an unassisted marker at 4:40 of the third period. Pearl restored the Huskies’ lead just eight seconds after going on a power play with her sixth goal of the season at 7:09.

Southern Maine returns home next weekend to host nationally-ranked Norwich University on Friday (4:00 p.m.) and Castleton State College on Saturday (1:00 p.m.). Nichols will host Salve Regina University in its next game on Friday (6:40 p.m.).
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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Feb 14, 2015 7:29 am

Southern Maine Ties #4 Norwich 1-1

GORHAM, Maine -- Junior goalie Nia Kelly (Santa Rosa, Calif.) stopped 37 shots as the University of Southern Maine Huskies forged a 1-1 tie with the fourth-ranked Norwich University Cadets in ECAC Women’s East played Friday at the USM Ice Arena.

The tie gave the Huskies their first point against the Cadets since 2008, and improved their record to 7-13-2 overall and 5-7-2 in the league. The league-leading Cadets moved to 14-4-3 overall and 11-0-2 in conference play. The Cadets, who shut out the Huskies at home in November, now lead the all-time series 18-1-2.

Kelly protected a 1-0 lead into the late stages of the game before rookie Erin Joyce (Manchester, N.H.) tipped a high pass from junior Taylor Cross (Saugus, Mass.) out of the air and past Kelly for her ninth goal of the season with 2:26 remaining in regulation. Kelly later stoned Joyce, who had the lone shot on goal in overtime, from 15 feet out to preserve the tie.

Southern Maine had a good first period that resulted in some excellent scoring opportunities. Sophomore Lynn Kozlowski (Stoneham, Mass.) hit the back of the net when she went in on a breakaway shortly after the Huskies finished killing off a penalty. Junior Cassandra Sherman (North Smithfield, R.I.), who just came out of the box, broke up a Cadet play at the USM blue line and sent Kozlowski away for the lone assist. The goal came at 7:07 of the frame.

Kozlowski and sophomore Katie Couture (Harrisville, R.I.) had good scoring bids in the opening stanza, but Norwich senior goalie Loren Carrier (Chandler, Ariz.) proved equal to the task and kept the game at 1-0. Carrier would finish the game with 11 saves.

Momentum began to swing in the second period as the Cadets turned up the pressure, out shooting the Huskies 15-6 in the period, but Kelly stopped everything.

Norwich piled up a 38-12 advantage in shots on goal over the course of the game. The visitors had a golden opportunity in the third period when they had a 5-on-3 advantage for 37 seconds midway through the period as the Huskies were hit with a pair of minor penalties. The USM penalty killers did the job to protect the lead. USM killed all five Norwich power plays in the game, including four in the third period.

Southern Maine is back in action Saturday afternoon (1:00 p.m.) hosting Castleton State College. Norwich is back in action tomorrow (3:00 p.m.) with a game at the University of New England.



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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:30 pm

Southern Maine, Castleton Skate to 1-1 Draw

GORHAM, Maine -- The University of Southern Maine Huskies and Castleton State College Spartans women’s ice hockey teams skated to a 1-1 overtime tie Saturday afternoon in ECAC Women’s East play at the USM Ice Arena.

The tie was the second straight for the Huskies who tied nationally ranked Norwich University on Friday. The Huskies are now 7-13-3 overall and 5-7-3 in the league. The Spartans, unbeaten in their last three games (2-0-1), are 11-10-2 overall and 6-7-2 in ECAC East games.

The Huskies and Spartans are in a three-way battle with the University of Massachusetts Boston Beacons for the final home-ice berth in the upcoming playoffs. The Spartans and Beacons are on 14 points, tied for fourth, with the Huskies one point back.

Southern Maine jumped on top midway through the opening period when senior Julia Pearl (Essex Jct., Vt.) fired home from short range the rebound of a shot by junior Chelsea Boucher (Gilford, N.H.) at 11:08. Boucher and sophomore Katie Couture (Harrisville, R.I.) worked the puck free along the right-wing boards, with Boucher carrying the puck into the circle and shooting on Castleton junior goalie Jess Cameron (Mt. Mellick, P.E.I.). Cameron made the pad save, but the rebound went right to Pearl at the back post. Pearl’s quick shot resulted in her seventh goal of the season and a 1-0 lead.

Castleton State tied the game in the final minute of the period when junior Anna Daniels (Falun, Sweden) intercepted a clearing pass at the USM blue line and skated in to about 25 feet out before beating USM junior goalie Nia Kelly (Santa Rosa, Calif.) for an unassisted marker at 19:01. The goal was the ninth of the season for Daniels.

The final two periods and the five-minute overtime session belonged to Kelly and Cameron as they turned aside every shot to preserve the tie and a critical point in the standings. Kelly finished with 27 saves while Cameron registered 18 stops at the other end.

The Spartans had two apparent goals waved off during the game. In the first period, a high-stick call negated a tip-in power-play goal that would have tied the game, and a second-period marker was denied as the whistle blew when the referee lost sight of the puck before it leaked in behind Kelly from a scramble in the crease.

Southern Maine heads into the final week of the regular season next weekend playing at Plymouth State University on Friday (6:00 p.m.) and hosting Franklin Pierce University on Saturday (1:00 p.m.) for Senior Day. Castleton State is home for two games next weekend against Norwich University on Friday (7:00 p.m.) and New England College on Saturday (3:00 p.m.).

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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Feb 15, 2015 1:44 pm

COLBY WOMEN'S HOCKEY TAKES WEEKEND SWEEP OF WESLEYAN

WATERVILLE, Maine --- The Colby College women's hockey team earned a series sweep in the NESCAC for the first time this year after a second straight 2-1 victory over Wesleyan University on Saturday at Alfond Rink.

The Mules improved to 13-9 overall and 5-9 in conference play. Colby has won three straight games, five of the last six, and 13 of the last 18 after starting the season at 0-4.

Colby took a 2-1 overtime win against the Cardinals on Friday night, but were able to win Saturday in regulation in a tense final few minutes.

Colby senior Jacqueline Tavella, who was honored before the game with fellow seniors Lauren Guarente and Carolyn Fuwa, had the game-winning goal in the second period in her final home game. She scored on the power play at 10:13 from Guarente and Katie McLaughlin. Guarente had her eighth assist and McLaughlin dished her team-best 12th.

McLaughlin had given the Mules a 1-0 lead at 5:16 of the second period from Kailey Buxbaum and Breanna Davis. The goal was her sixth of the season.

Wesleyan, with its goalie pulled for the extra attacker, made it interesting in the final minute. Jordan Schildhaus scored her 13th of the season from in front off an assist from Cara Jankowski. The two also teamed up for Wesleyan's goal Friday.

Jess Thulin moved to 9-6 on the season with 22 saves for the Mules. Corinne Rivard stopped 25 shots for the Cardinals (8-12-1 overall, 3-10-1 NESCAC).

Colby 2, Wesleyan 1
Scoring by Period - WES 0-0-1=1; CLB 0-2-0=2
1st Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - None
2nd Period
Scoring - 1, CLB Katie McLaughlin/6 (Kailey Buxbaum/5, Breanna Davis/3) 5:16
2, CLB Jackie Tavella/3 (Lauren Guarente/8, Katie McLaughlin/12) 10:13 (PP) (GW)
Penalties - Laura Mead, WES (Body Checking) 9:04; Jessica Brennan, WES (Body Checking) 11:39
3rd Period
Scoring - 3, WES Jordan Schildhaus/13 (Cara Jankowski/8) 19:32 (EA)
Penalties - Elisa Rascia, CLB (Hooking) 1:14; Laura Mead, WES (Roughing) 1:40
Wesleyan Goaltending - Corinne Rivard (57:27, 27 shots, 25 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (2:33, 0 GA)
Colby Goaltending - Jessica Thulin (60:00, 23 shots, 22 saves, 1 GA)
Win - Jessica Thulin, CLB (9-6-0). Loss - Corinne Rivard, WES (4-9-1).
Shots On Goal - WES 7-6-10=23; CLB 8-11-8=27
Power Plays - WES 0 of 1; CLB 1 of 3
Penalties - WES 3 (6 min); CLB 1 (2 min)
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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Feb 24, 2015 8:44 am

Kelly Named ECAC Women’s East Goaltender of the Week

GORHAM, Maine -- The Eastern College Athletic Conference announced today that University of Southern Maine junior goaltender Nia Kelly (Santa Rosa, Calif.) has been named the ECAC Women’s East Goaltender of the Week for her outstanding play the week of February 9-15.

This is the first time in Kelly’s career at Southern Maine that she has been selected for an ECAC weekly honor.

In two games last week against fourth-ranked Norwich University and Castleton State College, the Huskies played to a pair of 1-1 overtime ties as Kelly fashioned a 0.92 goals against average with a 969 save percentage.

Against Norwich, Kelly stopped 37 shots to give the Huskies their first point against the Cadets since 2008. Kelly kept the Cadets off the scoreboard until late in the third period, and stopped a breakaway attempt in overtime to preserve the tie. The next afternoon against Castleton, Kelly made 27 saves to give the Huskies another point in the standings.

For the season, Kelly has appeared in six games compiling a 2.25 goals against average, a .905 save percentage and a 0-3-3 record.

Southern Maine, in a three-way battle for the final home ice berth in the upcoming playoffs, wraps up the regular season this weekend with a road game at Plymouth State University on Friday (6:00 p.m.) before hosting league newcomer Franklin Pierce University for Senior Day on Saturday (1:00 p.m.).

The ECAC Women’s East Championship Tournament starts the following weekend with the top eight Division III teams making the tournament.



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Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 12:23 pm

Southern Maine Blanks Plymouth State 2-0

PLYMOUTH, N.H. -- Junior Cassandra Sherman (North Smithfield, R.I.) and sophomore Lynn Kozlowski (Stoneham, Mass.) scored goals 1:36 apart late in the third period to give the visiting University of Southern Maine Huskies women’s ice hockey team a 2-0 victory over the Plymouth State University Panthers in ECAC Women’s East action Friday evening at Hanaway Rink.

The Huskies, unbeaten in their last three games (1-0-2), improved to 8-13-3 overall and 6-7-3 in the conference heading into Saturday’s regular-season finale. The Panthers dropped their fourth straight game to slip to 3-19-2 overall and 3-12-1 in the league.

Sherman snapped a scoreless tie with 6:55 remaining in regulation when she received the puck near the left circle and snapped a wrist shot that went top left, connecting on her third goal of the season. Kozlowski and freshman Jess Avery (Kingston, N.S.) did some solid work in the left corner to set up the play and earned assists on the game-winning goal.

Kozlowski followed less than two minutes later with an insurance power-play goal for the Huskies, firing a shot from the slot that found the left side of the goal. Senior Julia Pearl (Essex Jct., Vt.) and junior Chelsea Boucher (Gilford, N.H.) picked up the assists.

PSU pulled junior goalie Alyssa Altschuler (Cheshire, Conn.) with more than four minutes remaining, but could not get on the scoreboard.

Junior goaltender Nia Kelly (Santa Rosa, Calif.) made 16 saves in the Husky goal for her first win of the season (1-3-3) and her second career shutout. Altschuler turned aside 17 shots in the Panther net, but suffered the setback.

PSU had a 4-3 advantage in shots in a scoreless first period, but USM had the two best scoring opportunities, both by sophomore Katie Couture (Harrisville, R.I.). Altschuler stoned Couture on a breakaway just three minutes into the game, and Couture rang one off the post 10 minutes later.

Plymouth State managed just one shot on goal in the scoreless second period while the visitors got off 11 attempts, several coming on their two power-play opportunities. Neither team had any good chances in the third period until Sherman potted the game-winner.

Southern Maine returns home to host Franklin Pierce University for a Senior Day game on Saturday (1:00 p.m.). Plymouth State hosts Nichols College on Saturday (2:00 p.m.).



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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 12:32 pm

Franklin Pierce Pulls Away in Third, Downs USM 4-1

GORHAM, Maine -- The visiting Franklin Pierce University women’s ice hockey team scored three goals in the third period to pull away from the University of Southern Maine and post a 4-1 victory in ECAC Women’s East play Saturday afternoon on Senior Day at the USM Ice Arena.

The win was the fifth straight for the Ravens who improved to 19-5-1 overall and 13-4-0 in league play. The Huskies, hoping to lock up a home-ice berth in the upcoming playoffs, slip to 8-14-3 overall and 6-8-3 in the league. The Huskies will have to wait for results of other games to determine their playoff seeding. The game was the regular-season finale for both clubs.

Tied 1-1 after two periods, the Ravens took advantage of a couple of opportunities midway through the period to take command. Junior Bryana Harron (Woburn, Mass.) pounced on a rebound to score her sixth goal of the season at 7:30 to snap the tie. Sophomore Marisa Ketterman (Palmer, Alaska) added a power-play marker at 9:44 to give the visitors a 3-1 advantage. The goal was the 15th of the season for Ketterman to share the team lead.

Sophomore Katie Flynn (Sandwich, Mass.) tacked on an empty-net goal at 18:28 to cement away the decision.

Franklin Pierce grabbed a 1-0 lead with the only goal of the first period. Junior Sarah Sheils (Pittsburgh, Pa.) went top shelf with a shot from the right-wing circle to score a power-play goal at 9:39. Ketterman and rookie Alex Brolsma (Bloomington, Minn.) picked up the assists on the play.

The Huskies tied the score early in the second period as junior Cassandra Sherman (North Smithfield, R.I.) went the length of the ice after taking a pass from classmate Chelsea Boucher (Gilford, N.H.) in her own zone and beating Raven sophomore goalie Noelle White (Corona, Calif.) with a nifty backhander into the roof of the net. The goal was the fourth of the season for Sherman.

Ketterman finished the game with three points (1g, 2a) while Harron had two points (1g, 1a) and Brolsma had two assists. White stopped 16 shots to earn her 11th win of the season.

USM senior goalie Liz Bergstrom (Chanhassen, Minn.) finished the game with 29 saves. Bergstrom and classmates Talya Bent (Cranston, R.I.) and Julia Pearl (Essex Jct., Vt.) were honored prior to the start of the game.

Franklin Pierce enjoyed a 33-17 edge in shots on goal, including a 20-6 advantage in the third period. The Ravens converted on 2 of 7 power-play opportunities while killing off all four Huskies’ man advantages.

Southern Maine will advance to ECAC Women’s East Tournament that begins next Saturday with four quarterfinal round games. Seedings, opponents and game times will be announced later tonight. Franklin Pierce will play in the ECAC Open Tournament.



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Re: Hockey - women:

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Feb 25, 2015 12:50 pm

WOMEN'S HOCKEY DROPS 2-1 GAME AT HAMILTON

CLINTON, N.Y. --- Delaney Flynn scored her seventh goal of the season for Colby College, but Hamilton College broke a 1-1 tie early in the third period and held on for a 2-1 victory in NESCAC women's hockey Saturday night.

The Mules dropped to 13-10 overall and 5-10 in conference play. Hamilton is 10-9-4 overall and 4-8-3 in the league. The two teams meet in the regular season finale at 3 p.m. Sunday.

The Continentals scored the lone goal of the first period on Teal Gosselin's power play goal at 13:55. The Mules had three penalties in the period

After a cross check penalty on Hamilton, Flynn tied the game at 9:35 off an assist from Sasha Fritts.

Hamilton killed off a penalty and then scored the game-winning goal just 35 seconds later at 1:17 of the third period on Megan Fitzgerald's goal.

Jessica Thulin made 18 saves in goal for the Mules

Hamilton 2, Colby 1
Scoring by Period - CLB 0-1-0=1; HAM 1-0-1=2
1st Period
Scoring - 1, HAM Teal Gosselin/5 13:55 (PP)
Penalties - Elisa Rascia, CLB (Tripping) 2:57; Jackie Tavella, CLB (Hooking) 7:50; Elisa Rascia, CLB (Tripping) 13:16
2nd Period
Scoring - 2, CLB Delaney Flynn/7 (Sasha Fritts/6) 9:35 (PP)
Penalties - Bench, CLB (Too Many Players) 4:06; Katie Parkman, HAM (Cross-Checking) 8:52; Casey Brown, HAM (Hooking) 18:42
3rd Period
Scoring - 3, HAM Megan Fitzgerald/2 1:17 (GW)
Penalties - Elana Van Arnam, HAM (Tripping) 5:16; Jackie Tavella, CLB (Tripping) 7:02; Maddie Carras, HAM (Tripping) 17:49
Colby Goaltending - Jessica Thulin (57:49, 20 shots, 18 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (2:11, 0 GA)
Hamilton Goaltending - Sam Walther (60:00, 19 shots, 18 saves, 1 GA)
Win - Sam Walther, HAM (5-7-4). Loss - Jessica Thulin, CLB (9-7-0).
Shots On Goal - CLB 4-11-4=19; HAM 7-3-10=20
Power Plays - CLB 1 of 4; HAM 1 of 5
Penalties - CLB 5 (10 min); HAM 4 (8 min)
New Records - Hamilton 10-9-4, Colby 13-10-0
Referees: Joel Dupree, Ron Jacobs Linesmen: Larry Legault, Michael Roberts
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