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Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Oct 28, 2015 3:25 am

Longtime Bowdoin men’s ice hockey coach to step down

“I have been exceptionally privileged to coach at Bowdoin for the last three decades,” Terry Meagher said in a Bowdoin news release...

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 20, 2015 2:40 am

Bowdoin begins new season with several unknowns

The 2015-16 Bowdoin College Polar Bears will be young, but skilled in Terry Meagher’s 33rd and final season behind the bench. Bowdoin graduated nine players including last season’s top two scorers in Connor Quinn (11 goals, 13 assists) and John McGinnis (9 goals and 15 assists) as well as goaltender …

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:20 am

Men's Ice Hockey Falls to Williams in Season Opener

WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. – The Bowdoin men's ice hockey team opened the 2015-16 season with a 4-1 loss on Saturday afternoon at Williams College.

The Ephs open the season with win and 1-0-0 mark, while dropping the Polar Bears to 0-1-0.

How It Happened

Williams' George Hunkele scored late in the first period to give the Ephs a 1-0 lead with 1:04 remaining. Hunkele shot from a low angle, nearly even with the goal line, off of a long saucer pass from Greg Johnson.
Bowdoin evened the game 9:30 into the second period off a goal from Cody Todesco. Matthew Lison fired a shot from the point that Todesco tipped for his first collegiate goal.
The Ephs responded with a quick power play goal 28 seconds later. David Italiano received a low cross from Sam Gray and found the net before Peter Cronin could slide across the crease.
James McNamara tallied Williams' third goal of the game at 13:32, while Tyler Young made it 4-1 late in the third period. Young stole the puck in the neutral zone and slipped a shot inside the right post.
By the Numbers

Cronin had 34 saves in the game, while Noah Klag made 30 for Williams.
Bowdoin went 0 for 4 on the power play, while the Ephs were 1 for 5 on the man-up advantage.
Williams outshot Bowdoin by a 38-31 margin.
Up Next

The Polar Bears travel to Middlebury for a 4:00 p.m. game tomorrow afternoon. The Ephs host Colby in a 3:00 p.m. contest.

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:28 am

Late Rally Lifts Men's Hockey To Tie at Middlebury

Matt Rubinoff netted the game-tying goal for Bowdoin midway through the third period
Nov 22, 2015
MIDDLEBURY, Vt. - The Bowdoin College men's ice hockey team rallied from a three-goal deficit to earn a 4-4 tie at Middlebury on Sunday afternoon at Kenyon Arena.

The Polar Bears salvage a tie from their season-opening road trip and stand at 0-1-1 this season while the Panthers are 1-0-1.

Game Highlights

Middlebury took a 1-0 lead 4:12 into the game when Brendan McGovern broke in on the right side and scored as his shot trickled through the pads of Peter Cronin. Zach Haggerty nearly doubled the lead, but his shot hit the post 1:31 later.
Bowdoin tied the game at the 9:56 mark when Austin Ricci split two defenders and broke toward the goal. His initial shot was saved, but he gathered the rebound and threw it towards the net where it was knocked in by Kendall Culbertson.
The Panthers went back on top when Haggerty scored with a quick snapshot to the top left corner on a centering feed from Braeden Quast. Vincent Gisonti made it a 3-1 game when he quickly one-timed a shot from the slot after a feed from Travis Stephens behind the net at the 16:18 mark. Just 1:33 later, McGovern knocked in a rebound after an initial shot from Mike Najjar had been saved.
Bowdoin cut the lead to 4-2 16:37 into the second period when Matt Sullivan beat a defender, gained some room, and wristed a shot past Stephen Klein.
Bowdoin's Cody Todesco won the opening face-off of the third period, as Spencer Antunez picked up the puck and drove to the call. His initial shot was saved before he chipped in the rebound to make it a one-goal game. The Polar Bears tied the game 11:15 into the third period on a nice feed from Matthew Lison to Matt Rubinoff at the left circle.
Each team had a power play in the second half of the third period, but neither could take the lead. The best chance came from Bowdoin's Sullivan, but Klein came up big with a glove save. Lison had another good look at the goal with 6.7 seconds remaining, but a save by Klein forced the game into overtime.
In the extra session, the best chance came in the last seconds by Bowdoin, as Klein made a blocker save on Todesco before a scramble ensued in the crease before the play was blown dead with .7 seconds remaining.
Nathan Collanino, who came on in relief of Cronin (4 GA, 10 saves), saved all 21 shots he faced in 45 minutes of action. Klein finished with 29 stops for the Panthers, who held a slim 35-33 shots advantage.
By The Numbers

Middlebury ended with a slim 35-33 edge in shots and was called for six penalties while Bowdoin was charged with two
Both teams ended scoreless on the power play: Middlebury (0-1) and Bowdoin (0-4)
Up Next

Bowdoin continues its season-opening road trip with a game at the University of New England on Tuesday evening at 7:00 p.m.

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:21 am

Men's Hockey Falls In Midweek Game at UNE

BIDDEFORD, Maine – The Bowdoin men's ice hockey team fell 8-3 in a Tuesday night non-conference game at the University of New England.

The Polar Bears are still searching for their first win, sitting at 0-2-1 on the season. The Nor'Easters collect their second win of 2015 with a 2-4-1 overall record.

Game Highlights

UNE took a 1-0 lead in the first period after Brady Fleurent broke through with 5:56 remaining in the opening frame. The Nor'Easters added their second of the game midway through the second off a shot from Tom Gilbersleeve.
Bowdoin cut the Nor'Easters lead in half one minute later as Chris Wallace tallied a goal off a feed from Bradley Potter. The Nor'Easters responded with their third goal of the game with under three remaining in the period.
The Nor'Easters tallied five consecutive goals in the third period, extending their lead to 8-1 before Bowdoin would respond. The Polar Bears chipped away at their seven goal deficit with a pair of goals from Matthew Lison and Camil Blanchet to close out the game.
By the Numbers

Bowdoin went 0-for-6 on the power play, while the Nor'Easters were unable to capitalize on their three opportunities. Bowdoin outshot their hosts by a 41-39 margin.
Nathan Colannino got the start for Bowdoin, making 19 stops before Erick Wurman came in and stopped 12 shots. Connor Maloney made 38 saves for the Nor'Easters
Up Next

The Polar Bears return to the ice on Saturday at Colby to begin the Colby-Bowdoin Classic against Endicott with puck drop at 1:00 p.m.

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 29, 2015 6:22 am

Men's Ice Hockey Falls to Gulls in Tournament Opener

WATERVILLE, Maine – The Bowdoin men's ice hockey team opened the 2015 Bowdoin-Colby Classic by falling 6-3 to Endicott on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears (0-3-1) are still searching for the team's first win of the season. The Gulls used two goals in each period to improve to 5-1-2.

Game Highlights

Thomas Daniels got the puck to Alexander Bonito behind the Bowdoin goal. Bonito pushed a pass out front that was backhanded in by Ross Olsson at 6:54 of the opening period.
The Gulls scored again 50 seconds later off a turnover caused by Lloyd Hayes. Josh Bowes received the puck on the right side and tallied his fifth goal of the year.
Endicott made it 3-0 just 1:07 into the second period. Daniels scored his second of the season off assists from Bonito and Olsson.
Bowdoin tallied two goals in a 49 second span to close within one. Chris Wallace scored for the Polar Bears, quickly followed by Austin Ricci. Matt Sullivan won the face-off for Bowdoin and fed Ricci for the team's second.
Gull defensemen Connor Costello pushed a pass over to Bowes on the left boards. Bowes immediately struck a hard pass across ice at the right of the goal to Cam Bleck who one-timed a high shot past Mark Schiller for a 4-2 margin with just 1:10 left in the second period.
Sullivan picked up his second assist when he got the puck to Camil Blanchet on the right point. Blanchet's shot beat Gulls goalie Kevin Aldridge, to again pull within one.
John Carricato (Ridge, N.Y.) scored his first collegiate goal at 6:36 and the Gulls rounded out the day with 8:34 left to play. Endicott scored the final goal when Olsson had a rush down the right boards and came toward the goal. His crossing pass found Hayes streaking down the middle and he knocked the puck in the net.
By the Numbers

Aldridge had 12 of his 28 saves in the opening period for Endicott. Schiller had 13 saves in the first period and had 27 stops.
Bowdoin went 1-for-4 on the power play, while Endicott was unable to convert on its only man-up opportunity.
Up Next

Endicott faces off with Colby at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow afternoon at Bowdoin.
The Polar Bears host UMass-Boston at 4:00 p.m.

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:02 am

Men's Ice Hockey Falls to Gulls in Tournament Opener

Matt Sullivan tallied assists on two of Bowdoin's three goals

WATERVILLE, Maine – The Bowdoin men's ice hockey team opened the 2015 Bowdoin-Colby Classic by falling 6-3 to Endicott on Saturday afternoon.

The Polar Bears (0-3-1) are still searching for the team's first win of the season. The Gulls used two goals in each period to improve to 5-1-2.

Game Highlights

Thomas Daniels got the puck to Alexander Bonito behind the Bowdoin goal. Bonito pushed a pass out front that was backhanded in by Ross Olsson at 6:54 of the opening period.
The Gulls scored again 50 seconds later off a turnover caused by Lloyd Hayes. Josh Bowes received the puck on the right side and tallied his fifth goal of the year.
Endicott made it 3-0 just 1:07 into the second period. Daniels scored his second of the season off assists from Bonito and Olsson.
Bowdoin tallied two goals in a 49 second span to close within one. Chris Wallace scored for the Polar Bears, quickly followed by Austin Ricci. Matt Sullivan won the face-off for Bowdoin and fed Ricci for the team's second.
Gull defensemen Connor Costello pushed a pass over to Bowes on the left boards. Bowes immediately struck a hard pass across ice at the right of the goal to Cam Bleck who one-timed a high shot past Mark Schiller for a 4-2 margin with just 1:10 left in the second period.
Sullivan picked up his second assist when he got the puck to Camil Blanchet on the right point. Blanchet's shot beat Gulls goalie Kevin Aldridge, to again pull within one.
John Carricato (Ridge, N.Y.) scored his first collegiate goal at 6:36 and the Gulls rounded out the day with 8:34 left to play. Endicott scored the final goal when Olsson had a rush down the right boards and came toward the goal. His crossing pass found Hayes streaking down the middle and he knocked the puck in the net.
By the Numbers

Aldridge had 12 of his 28 saves in the opening period for Endicott. Schiller had 13 saves in the first period and had 27 stops.
Bowdoin went 1-for-4 on the power play, while Endicott was unable to convert on its only man-up opportunity.
Up Next

Endicott faces off with Colby at 1:00 p.m. tomorrow afternoon at Bowdoin.
The Polar Bears host UMass-Boston at 4:00 p.m.

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 01, 2015 5:05 am

Cronin Earns the Shutout as Men's Hockey Ices Beacons

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin men's ice hockey team collected its first win of the season with 5-0 shutout over ninth-ranked and previously unbeaten UMass-Boston on Sunday night.

The Polar Bears break into the win column to improve to 1-3-1. The Beacons suffer their first loss of the season and sit at 6-1-1.

Game Highlights

Camil Blanchet put Bowdoin on the board 23 seconds into the game off a solo shot from above the left circle. Blanchet's shot was the first of the game.
Following an intercepted pass at center ice, Bowdoin moved into the Beacon's defensive end with Mitch Barrington teeing up a shot from the left point. Zach Andrews made the save on Barrington's bid, and again on the rebound shot from Matt Sullivan, before Matthew Melanson followed up with a quick put-away.
Bowdoin's final goal of the first period came as Sebastian Foster flipped the puck over Andrews' head, cleaning up an initial shot by Cody Todesco.
The most promising opportunity for either team in the second period came midway through the frame on a wrap-around by Frankie DeAugstine.
Bowdoin added its fourth goal of the game 2:25 into the final period as Foster stole the puck in the Polar Bears' own defensive zone and skated down the left side into Beacon territory. Foster centered a pass to Todesco just inside the blue line who connected with Austin Ricci in front of the net.
The Beacons ramped up the offensive pressure midway through the period, but missed several promising opportunities with Bowdoin's goalie out of position on the power play.
Matt Sullivan won a faceoff in the 17th minute and found Bradley Potter on the opposite side of the ice. Potter lofted a floater from outside the blue line and watched his first collegiate goal drift over the shoulder of Billy Faust.
By The Numbers

Faust ended the day with 19 saves for UMass-Boston.
Peter Cronin earned the shutout with a 38 save performance.
Neither team converted on the power play. Bowdoin went 0-for-7 with the Beacons going 0-for-3
Up Next

The Polar Bears play at Colby on Friday night with a 7:00 p.m. start
The Beacons return home for a 7:00 p.m. game against Norwich on December 4

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Re: Bowdoin men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:25 am

Men's Ice Hockey Never Trails in 4-2 Win Over Colby

BRUNSWICK, Maine – The Bowdoin men's ice hockey skated away with a 4-2 victory over Colby in the 206th meeting between the two teams on Saturday evening.

The Polar Bears earn their first conference win of the season to improve to 2-4-1 (1-2-1 NESCAC). Bowdoin leads Colby (2-3-1, 1-3-0 NESCAC) in the all-time series with a 109-89-8 record.

Game Highlights

Bowdoin bested Emerson Verrier 3:48 into the game as Cody Todesco found Sebastian Foster from behind the net. Austin Ricci started the play with Todesco finally feeding Foster in front for a shot to the top right corner.
The Mules evened the game in the tenth minute on a power play goal by Michael Decker. Following a scramble in front of the crease, the puck kicked out high in the slot where Jack Burton collected it. Burton found Decker with a pass to the right and the sophomore one-timed the feed to tying the game.
Todesco responded 18 seconds later as he popped the puck up and over Verrier. Foster started the play as he rifled a shot from above the right circle, with Ricci collecting the puck and finding Todesco.
Kevin Doherty had a promising look for the Mules midway through the second period as he broke away from his defender only to have Peter Cronin make the stop.
Cam MacDonald rang a shot off the post 30 seconds later.
With Bowdoin on the power play and pressuring the Colby penalty kill, Verrier made a key kick save on a quick bid by Chris Wallace. Wallace one-timed a shot as the puck transferred to the right side, only to see Verrier extend for the save.
Devin Albert broke away from the Mules defensive end for a shorthanded opportunity, skating down the center, directly into a one on goal. Cronin protected the crease and absorbed the shot.
Colby came out and quickly tied the game to open the third frame. Albert skated from right to left just outside Bowdoin's crease, between two defenders, and found enough space to beat Cronin at the five-hole.
Spencer Antunez gave the Polar Bears their third lead of the evening. The sophomore dug the puck out of the boards on the left side and roofed a shot from the near post.
Todesco capped the game with an empty netter off a defensive end clear by Foster.
By the Numbers

Colby outshot Bowdoin13-11 in the first period, but the Polar Bears ended the game with a 31-22 overall advantage.
The Mules went 1-for-5 on the power play. Bowdoin was unsuccessful on all four man-up opportunities.
Verrier ended the day with 27 saves.
Cronin earned his second win of the season with 20 stops.
With his two-goal performance, Todesco was named the Peter Schuh Award Winner honoring the MVP of the annual Bowdoin-Colby game played in Brunswick
Up Next

Bowdoin travels to the University of Southern Maine for a Tuesday night game beginning at 7:00 p.m.
Colby returns to Waterville for a Friday night NESCAC game against Connecticut College at 7:00 p.m.

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