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Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 30, 2015 2:49 am

Southern Maine men’s hockey team ready for fresh start

University of Southern Maine men’s hockey coach Ed Harding is ready to turn the page on last season.
For the Southern Maine coach, he’s itching to get on the ice with his team and get the 2015-2016 season underway.

“With Division III college hockey, there are a lot of restrictions on you by the NCAA,” Harding said. “Myself personally, I wanted to get out there and start working and teaching and doing things like that you know. Obviously we couldn’t do it. Now we have a very short window. Everybody is in the same boat to get their teams prepared.”

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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Oct 31, 2015 7:59 am

USM Opens Season with 5-2 Win Over Fitchburg State

USM Opens Season with 5-2 Win Over Fitchburg State

FITCHBURG, Mass. -- Senior Zach Dymock (Dutton, Ont.) had a career-high three points scoring two goals and passing out an assist as the University of Southern Maine Huskies defeated the Fitchburg State University Falcons 5-2 Friday night in the opening round of the ICFCU Shootout at the Wallace Civic Center. The game was the season opener for both clubs.

In the earlier opening-round game, Wentworth Institute of Technology rode a five-goal first-period explosion to a 6-0 win over Worcester State University.

Dymock gave the Huskies a 1-0 lead with the only goal of the first period at 8:25. Dymock converted a set-up from seniors Chad O'Brien (Johnstown, Penn.) and PM Lapointe (St. Georges, Quebec) while the Huskies were enjoying a five-minute power play.

Fitchburg State came back midway through the second period to score a pair of goals in just over two minutes to take the lead. Rookie Mike Fretz (Seattle, Wash.) tallied 22 seconds into a Falcon power play to tie the score at 11:45. Freshman Ricky Kramer (Strafford, N.H.) and senior John Celli (Leominster, Mass.) earned the assists. Celli put the home side ahead just over two minutes later off an assist from senior Ryan Bedard (Derby Line, Vt.).

Thirty-five seconds after the Celli goal, USM rookie Jimmy Currier (Middleton, Mass.) tallied his first collegiate goal to tie the game at 2-2. Before the period came to a close, sophomore Patrick Magliano (Hudson, N.H.) put the Huskies in the lead for good with a power-play goal set up by Dymock and junior Cole Klippenstein (Franklin, Tenn.).

Rookie Tyler Mathieu (Stillwater Lake, N.S.) gave USM a two-goal advantage at 2:13 of the third period with his first collegiate marker after assists from sophomore Lucas Branin (Tampa, Fla.) and Currier. Dymock put the decision to bed with an empty-net short-handed goal assisted by rookie Conor Ferrera (Trabuco Canyon, Calif.) and Lapointe at 18:55.

Sophomore goalie Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) stopped 34 shots in the USM goal to earn the victory. Senior Corey McMahon (Lunenburg, Mass.) surrendered four goals and made 33 saves before being lifted for the extra attacker with 1:31 to play.

Southern Maine is back in action Saturday afternoon (1:00 p.m.) taking on Worcester State in the second round of the tournament. Fitchburg State will play Wentworth in the late game (4:00 p.m.).


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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 07, 2015 7:56 am

Third-Ranked Norwich Explodes Late, Defeats Southern Maine 5-2

Third-Ranked Norwich Explodes Late, Downs Southern Maine 5-2

GORHAM, Maine -- Third-ranked Norwich University exploded for four third-period goals in a span of 3:35 to overcome a one-goal deficit and defeat the University of Southern Maine 5-2 in a New England Hockey Conference game Friday evening at the USM Ice Arena.

With the win, the Cadets improved their overall record to 2-0. The Huskies dropped their second straight game to slip to 1-2 overall. The game was the conference opener for both sides.

Trailing 2-1 with less than seven minutes to play, the Cadets tied the contest when sophomore Kevin Salvucci (Plymouth, Mass.) scored the first of his two goals at 13:08. Junior Tyler Piacentini (South Weymouth, Mass.) won a right-wing faceoff to Salvucci whose shot eluded USM sophomore goaltender Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.).

The Cadets went on a five-minute power play with 5:35 to play and took advantage. Salvucci scored an unassisted goal at 15:10 to give the visitors their first lead of the game. Rookie Austin Evans (Whistler, B.C.) converted from junior Cody Smith (Hudson, Mass.) at 16:20, and junior Paul Russell (Andover, Mass.) found the net at 16:43 after taking a feed from Piacentini.

Southern Maine grabbed a 2-0 lead in the opening period as sophomore Alex Pantalone (Hudson, Mass.) turned some good hustle into his first goal of the season sliding the puck between the legs of Norwich sophomore goalie Braeden Ostepchuk (Lethbridge, Alb.) at 13:28. The Huskies took advantage of their first power-play opportunity later in the period as senior Todd Bannerman (Georgetown, Ont.) redirected a shot by Patrick Magliano (Pelham, N.H.) past Ostepchuk at 18:21.

Norwich scored the lone goal of the second period. Sophomore Alec Brandrup (Rochester, Minn.) scored from the blue line after taking a pass from Piacentini.

Ostepchuk finished the game stopping 16 shots for his third win of the campaign. Shapiro recorded 30 saves at the other end.

Norwich piled up a 35-18 advantage in shots on goal, and converted three of eight opportunities with the extra skater. Southern Maine was one for five on the power play.

Southern Maine is back in action Saturday afternoon (4:00 p.m.) hosting Saint Michael's College. Norwich travels to Biddeford, Maine, to face the University of New England.

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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 08, 2015 8:50 am

Southern Maine Downs Saint Michael's 4-2

GORHAM, Maine -- Four different players scored goals as the University of Southern Maine men's ice hockey team won its second game of the season Saturday afternoon defeating visiting Saint Michael's College 4-2 in NEHC (New England Hockey Conference) action at the USM Ice Arena.

The win snapped a two-game losing skid for the Huskies and evened their record at 2-2 overall, and 1-1 in league play. The Purple Knights dropped their second straight to fall to 0-2 overall and in the league.

USM took the lead just 2:44 into the game as senior Todd Bannerman (Georgetown, Ont.) buried a 25-foot shot from the slot after taking a pass from sophomore Brett Norman (Dawson Creek, B.C.).

The Huskies' lead grew to 2-0 at 15:52 as rookie Parker Sanderson (Bangor, Maine) deposited the rebound of a shot by senior Zach Dymock (Dutton, Ont.) past Saint Michael's rookie goalie Chris Johnson (Duxbury, Mass.) for his first collegiate goal. Johnson stopped Dymock's low, hard shot with the left pad, but the rebound went right out to Sanderson in the right-wing circle, and the freshman put the puck in the net before Johnson could recover.

Sophomore Alex Pantalone (Hudson, Mass.) extended the Huskies' lead midway through the second period scoring from low in the right-wing circle. Classmate Patrick Magliano (Pelham, N.H.) and senior Daniel Mattsson (Uppsala, Sweden) picked up the assists.

Saint Michael's, which was shut out in its season opener Friday night, got on the scoreboard for the first time this season later in the period as junior Connor Mitchell (New Milford, Conn.) scored from in close. Junior Danny Divis (Media, Penn.) and senior Nick Potter (Stoneham, Mass) picked up the assists.

The teams traded third-period goals 61 seconds apart midway through the stanza. Dymock picked up his third goal of the season at 10:16 before rookie Sam D'Antuono (Hingham, Mass.) scored an unassisted marker at 11:17 for Saint Michael's.

USM sophomore goaltender Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) stopped 23 shots to earn his second win in three decisions. Johnson posted 21 stops before being lifted for the extra attacker with 3:14 to play.

Southern Maine continues its stretch of seven consecutive home games next Friday night (7:00 p.m.) when the University of New England comes to the USM Ice Arena. Saint Michael's will play its home opener next Friday night (7:00 p.m.) entertaining New England College.

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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:37 am

#5 Babson Shuts Out Southern Maine 8-0

GORHAM, Maine -- Junior Dan Casey (Chatham, N.J.) had two goals and an assist to lead a balanced offense as the fifth-ranked Babson College Beavers shut out the University of Southern Maine Huskies 8-0 in New England Hockey Conference action Friday evening at the USM Ice Arena.

The win was the fifth straight for the undefeated Beavers (5-0, 3-0), and their third straight in league play. The Huskies (3-3, 2-2) had a two-game winning streak snapped and fall back to .500. The two sides will meet again at Babson on January 30.

Babson finished the game with a 37-18 advantage in shots on goal. Seven different players scored goals, and 12 of the 18 skaters had at least one point.

Casey ignited a four-goal second period that blew the game open. Casey netted his fourth of the season at 4:09 after tic-tac-toe passing combination by junior line mates Tim Searles (Chesapeake, Va.) and Bill Seligman (Toronto, Ontario). The threesome would combine again at 11:56 for Casey's second of the night. Casey picked up an assist when he and Seligman set up Searles for the final goal of the game late in the third period.

The Beavers got the only goal they would need at 15:03 of the opening period as sophomore Jake Donahue (Groveland, Mass.) beat USM sophomore goalie Matt Michals (Needham, Mass.) from 40 feet out for his first goal of the season. The Beavers took a 2-0 lead in the final minute after a USM turnover as sophomore Charlie Ackerman (Bradenton, Fla.) beat Michals for his fourth marker of the season.

Senior Jimmy Magrath (Medfield, Mass.) and junior Michael Phillips (Richmond Heights, Ohio) joined Casey on the scoresheet in the second period. Senior Max Franklin (Wrentham, Mass.), who assisted on the Donahue goal, had a goal at 14:22 of the third period.

Babson senior goalie Jamie Murray (Scituate, Mass.) stopped 18 shots to record his third consecutive shutout. Murray has not allowed a goal in the last 207:14 since giving up a second-period goal against Curry College on October 31.

Michals had 17 saves in two periods of play. Sophomore Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) came on to play the final period and made 12 saves.

Southern Maine looks to rebound tomorrow afternoon (4:00 p.m.) taking on 10th-rank UMass Boston. Babson will look to sweep its two-game trip to the state of Maine when it plays the University of New England on Saturday (4:00 p.m.).


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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 22, 2015 8:48 am

#10 UMass Boston Edges Southern Maine 3-2


GORHAM, Maine -- Senior Matt Lemire (Townsend, Mass.) scored his sixth goal of the season at 3:50 of the third period to snap a 2-2 tie and the 10th-ranked University of Massachusetts Boston Beacons went on to edge the University of Southern Maine Huskies 3-2 in New England Hockey Conference action Saturday at the USM Ice Arena.

The win was the sixth straight for the undefeated Beacons (6-0-0; 4-0-0 NEHC), and gave the visitors a weekend sweep of their trip to the state of Maine. UMB defeated the University of New England on Friday 8-3. The Huskies (3-4-0; 2-3-0 NEHC) dropped their second straight game to a Top 10 team after losing Friday night to Babson College.

Lemire picked up a loose puck in the center zone and streak down the right side before curling towards the net. His quick wrist shot found the net inside the far post past USM sophomore Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.).

The Beacons played strong team defense over the final 16 minutes to preserve the victory. Senior goalie Zach Andrews (Coral Springs, Fla.), making his first start of the season, finished the game with 18 saves. Andrews came up big in the final minute when he made the save on junior Cole Klippenstein's (Franklin, Tenn.) bid for an equalizing goal as the Huskies had Shapiro out for the extra attacker.

Southern Maine grabbed a 1-0 lead early in the first period as sophomore Alex Pantalone (Hudson, Mass.) whistled a shot from the left-wing circle into the far side of the net for his third goal of the campaign.

The lead lasted just eight seconds as Lemire set up rookie Drew Gannon (Plano, Texas) for the tying goal.

UMB took the lead at 8:14 of the period as senior Derek Colucci (North Scituate, R.I.) beat Shapiro from in close. Sophomore Connor Callow (Braintree, Mass.) and rookie Garrison Sanipass (Northbrook, Ill.) earned the assists.

Sophomore Patrick Magliano (Pelham, N.H.) tied the game with the only goal in the second period. Magliano took a pass from senior Zach Dymock (Dutton, Ont.) and beat Andrews through a screen from 35 feet out. The goal was the second of the season for Magliano.

UMass Boston had a 24-20 edge in shots on goal during the game. Shapiro stopped 21 shots before being lifted with 1:18 to play for the extra skater.

Southern Maine continues its November homestand on Tuesday (7:00 p.m.) hosting Salem State University for a non-conference game. UMass Boston will play in Bowdoin/Colby Tournament on November 28-29.

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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Wed Nov 25, 2015 7:40 am

Southern Maine Shuts Out Salem State 1-0

GORHAM, Maine -- Senior Todd Bannerman (Georgetown, Ont.) scored the only goal of the game with 8:49 remaining in the third period as the University of Southern Maine Huskies shut out the visiting Salem State University Vikings 1-0 in a non-conference men's ice hockey game Tuesday evening at the USM Ice Arena.

The win snapped a two-game losing skid for the Huskies, and got them back to .500 at 4-4 overall. The Vikings dropped their second straight one-goal decision to fall back to .500 at 3-3.

Bannerman took a pass from freshman Parker Sanderson (Bangor, Maine) and beat Salem State sophomore goalie Jason Pucciarelli (Newmarket, Ont.) from the high slot just inside the right post. The goal was the fourth of the season for Bannerman.

The goal stood up as USM sophomore goaltender Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) stopped all 24 shots he faced to earn his first collegiate shutout. Shapiro came up big with about five minutes to play stopping a redirected shot on goal by junior John Needham (Medford, Mass.), and the rebound took a fortunate bounce over a Salem State forward's stick.

Southern Maine finished the game with a 26-24 edge in shots on goal. Pucciarelli made 25 saves before being lifted for the extra skater with 43 seconds to play as the Vikings pressed for a tying goal.

Southern Maine returns to the USM Ice Arena on Saturday (4:00 p.m.) to host Wentworth Institute of Technology in non-conference action. Salem State is back in action on Sunday (1:35 p.m.) at Suffolk University.

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Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Nov 29, 2015 6:33 am

Southern Maine Downs Wentworth 7-2

GORHAM, Maine -- Freshman Parker Sanderson (Bangor, Maine) had a goal and two assists to lead a balanced offense as the University of Southern Maine men's ice hockey team defeated the Wentworth Institute of Technology Leopards 7-2 in a non-conference game Saturday at the USM Ice Arena.

The win was the second straight for the Huskies who climbed above the .500 mark with a 5-4 overall record. The Leopards dropped their fifth straight contest to slip to 3-6-1 overall.

The final score was not indicative of the game as the Huskies potted three empty-net goals in the final minute, the first coming off the stick of Sanderson at 19:00. Sanderson set up the Huskies' first goal in the opening period with a nifty pass to rookie Tyler Mathieu (Stillwater Lake, N.S.). He picked up his second assist on a third-period goal by senior Zach Dymock (Dutton, Ont.) that made the score 4-2.

Mathieu and Wentworth sophomore Jake McDonough (Marshfield, Mass.) traded goals in the first period. Mathieu redirected Sanderson's pass out from behind the net by Wentworth senior goalie Joel Miller (Calgary, Alb.) at the 12:00 mark. McDonough equalized at 18:57 off a set-up from rookie Sean Brennan (Stony Point, N.Y.) and sophomore Ryan Sullivan (Whately, Mass.).

Senior Chad O'Brien (Johnstown, Penn.) scored the only goal of the second period to give USM a 2-1 lead. O'Brien's shot from a bad angle eluded Miller inside the near post.

Sophomore Alex Pantalone (Hudson, Mass.) scored what proved to be the game-wining goal at 3:46 of the third period. Pantalone picked up a Wentworth turnover in the zone, turned and whipped a 30-foot wrist shot inside the right post.

Junior Jake Flynn (Lino Lakes, Minn.) pulled the Leopards within one at 6:47 with his first goal of the season. McDonough created the opportunity along the left-wing boards just seconds after USM had killed off a Leopard power play.

Dymock added his insurance goal at 12:37 picking the top right corner on Miller after an assist from Sanderson. Sophomore Victor Ivarsson (Stockholm, Sweden), who assisted on USM's first goal of the game, picked up his second assist on the play.

Sanderson and classmates Jimmy Currier (Middleton, Mass.) and Kyle Huhn (Brick, N.J.) tacked on empty-net goals in the final minute to account for the final score.

USM sophomore goalie Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) recorded 19 saves to earn his fifth win of the season. Miller had 32 saves before being lifted for the extra attacker. Southern Maine finished the game with a 39-21 edge in shots on goal.

The Huskies head out on the road for the first time since the opening weekend of the season to play a New England Hockey Conference game at New England College next Friday (7:00 p.m.). Wentworth will travel to Stonehill College on Tuesday (7:00 p.m.) for a non-conference game.

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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 7:02 am

Saint Anselm Holds Off Southern Maine 3-2

MANCHESTER, N.H. -- Sophomore Jonathon Pallotta (Leominster, Mass.) and junior Nick Leonard (Methuen, Mass.) scored first-period power-play goals 1:18 apart as the Saint Anselm College Hawks built a 3-1 lead, then hung on to defeat the visiting University of Southern Maine Huskies 3-2 in a New England Hockey Conference game Saturday afternoon at Sullivan Arena.

The win extended the Hawks' unbeaten streak to five games (4-0-1) and improved their record to 6-2-1 overall (5-1-1 in NEHC). The Huskies dropped their second straight game to slip back under .500 at 5-6 overall (2-5 in NEHC).

Pallotta snapped a 1-1 tie when he converted with five seconds remaining on a Hawks' power play at 16:44. Thirty-one seconds later, the Hawks went on their third man-advantage situation of the period and Leonard found the net at 18:02 to make it 3-1. The Hawks out shot the Huskies 14-2 in the period.

Senior Mark Meads (Middleton, Mass.) gave Saint Anselm a 1-0 lead with his seventh goal of the season at 3:40. Seven minutes later, senior Zach Dymock (Dutton, Ont.) equalized for Southern Maine with his fifth marker of the season assisted by senior Todd Bannerman (Georgetown, Ont.) and rookie Tyler Mathieu (Stillwater Lake, N.S.).

After a scoreless second period that saw the Huskies kill of a Hawks' 5-on-3 power play that lasted 1:41 early in the period, Mathieu pulled the Huskies within one (3-2) 20 seconds into the third period. The rookie forward converted a set-up from Bannerman and junior Cole Klippenstein (Franklin, Tenn.) for his third goal.

Southern Maine was hampered in the latter stages of the third period needing to kill off two Saint Anselm power plays. The Huskies were unable to pull sophomore goalie Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) in the final minute for the extra attacker in an effort to get a tying goal. Shapiro stopped 24 shots in the game.

Saint Anselm sophomore goalie Shane Joyce (Pembroke, Mass.) made seven saves to earn the win. The Hawks rolled up a 27-9 edge in shots on goal and enjoyed nine power plays compared the three man advantages for the Huskies.

Southern Maine will host Bowdoin College on Tuesday (7:00 p.m.) for its final game before taking a break for semester exams and the holidays. Saint Anselm will take on NEHC travel partner New England College at home on Thursday (7:00 p.m.).

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Re: USM men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sun Jan 10, 2016 10:16 am

Castleton Downs Southern Maine 5-1

GORHAM, Maine -- Sophomore goalie Ryan Mulder (Ottawa, Ontario) stopped 24 shots and scored an empty-net goal late in the third period as the visiting Castleton University Spartans defeated the University of Southern Maine Huskies 5-1 in a New England Hockey Conference men's game Saturday at the USM Ice Arena.

The win snapped a five-game losing skid for the Spartans, and improved their overall record to 2-12-1 (1-6-1 in conference). The Huskies saw their winless streak stretch to six games (0-5-1) falling to 5-9-1 overall (2-7-0 in conference).

Mulder came up big in the first period making nine saves as the Huskies piled up a 9-5 edge in shots on goal. In the third period, the Huskies pulled their goalie for the extra attacker and Mulder took advantage of the situation after stopping a shot to fire the puck the length of the ice into the empty net at 18:11.

The Spartans, despite being outshot in the opening stanza, scored the only goal at 14:35. Sophomore Ryan O'Toole (Ogdensburg, N.Y.) took a pass out from behind the net by rookie Fabio Kläy (Langnua, Switzerland) and wristed a shot past USM sophomore goalie Kyle Shapiro (Ocean, N.J.) for his first goal of the season.

Castleton scored three times in the middle period to increase its lead to 4-1 after 40 minutes. Junior Bart Moran (Calgary, Alberta) netted a short-handed tally when he banked a pass from behind the net off Shapiro and into the goal at 3:32. Kläy tacked up a power-play marker at 11:27, and senior Derek Gingera (Winnipeg, Manitoba) struck a laser from the left-wing circle into the top corner at 17:35. Kläy would finish the game with a goal and two assists.

Southern Maine scored its only goal in the second period while on a five-minute power play. Senior Chad O'Brien (Johnstown, Penn.) scored from the left-wing circle after receiving a pass from sophomore Patrick Magliano (Pelham, N.H.).

The Huskies finished the game with a 25-16 advantage in shots on goal. Shapiro made nine saves in two periods of action. Sophomore Matt Michals (Needham, Mass.) played 14:45 in the third period making two saves. The Huskies lifted Michals on three occasions during the period to play more than five minutes with the extra attacker in a vain attempt to get back into the game.

Southern Maine hits the road next weekend to play at Saint Michael's College on Friday (7:00 p.m.). Castleton returns home to host New England College on Friday (7:00 p.m.).

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