Thomas College men: 2015 - 16

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Thomas College men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Oct 30, 2015 4:30 am

Terriers Fall to Black Bears in Season Opener

ORONO, ME - The Thomas College ice hockey team fell to The University of Maine 10-7 on Thursday night in an American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division II contest at the Harold Alfond Arena.

The Terriers opened the game strong as they scored just two minutes into the first period. First year Dean Pratt sent a pass to sophomore Alex Nadeau who scored on a breakaway to give the Terriers a 1-0 lead. In the next four minutes the Black Bears quickly added three goals to put them up 3-1. With 6:41 remaining in the period, Maine added another goal to increase their lead to 4-1. Less than a minute after on the power play, Eric Crawley redirected a Michael Hersom shot in front of the goal that beat the Black Bear goalie to bring the game to 4-2 at the end of the first.

Just three minutes into the second period, Maine increased their lead to 5-2 as they netted a goal on the power play. At 4:41, Jason Dicey added his first of the year on a one time shot from a hersom centering pass. The Black Bears answered again less than two minutes later when they scored on another power play. With 3:55 remaining in the second, Dicey fired a shot from the right circle that was stopped by the Black Bear goalie. Pratt was standing in front of the net and jammed in the rebound for his first goal as a Terrier to bring the game to 6-4 at the end of the second period.

Maine got on the board first seven minutes into the third period as they scored their third power play goal of the game. Less than two minutes later, the Terriers answered back on an Eric Morin goal assisted by Dicey and Hersom. After another Black Bear, goal the Terriers cut the lead once more when Dicey scored his second of the game off of a face-off. Thomas narrowed the Maine lead to 8-7 when Pratt once again sent Nadeau in on a breakaway to score a shorthanded goal. The Black Bears added their fourth power play and an empty net goal to finish the scoring at 10-7.

Sophomore Michael Small was given the loss in goal for the Terriers with a 36-save performance. He was relieved halfway through the third period by senior Dakota Gendreau who stopped 12 shots. The Black Bears outshot the Terriers 58-33, while the Terriers held a 28-27 edge in face-offs.

The Terriers will return to the ice on Friday, November 6, when they take on St. Joseph's College in an 8 p.m. matchup at Sukee Arena.

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Re: Thomas College men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 07, 2015 7:47 am

Terriers Edged by Monks 7-6

WINSLOW, ME – The Thomas College hockey team fell to St. Joseph's College 7-6 on Friday night in a American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) Division II match up at Sukee Arena.

The loss drops the Terriers to 0-2 on the season while the Monks stay undefeated at 3-0.

The Terriers struck first at the 8:18 mark when Christo Naranja carried the puck up the right side and found Ryan Ambrozy for an open shot. Monks goalie Jimmy Riley made the initial save and Tim McDermott jammed home the rebound for a 1-0 lead. With just 30 seconds remaining in the first, the Monks tied the game on a goal from Brendan Woelfel. Jason Riley and Ryan Berard were given the assist on the goal.

The Monks took a 2-1 at the 9:51 mark of the second period when Riley beat Terrier goalie Michael Small on a top shelf goal. Berard and Sean Costa earned the assists on Riley's goal. Thomas answered back at the 12:19 mark on the power play when Jason Dicey made a drop pass to Michael Hersom at the top of the face-off circle. Hersom sent a shot into a crowd in front, redirecting off a Monk defenseman into the net. Less than two minutes remaining in the second, the Monks scored two quick goals in 37 seconds to take a 4-2 lead. Riley and Berard (power play) were the goal scorers for the Monks. With 35 seconds remaining, Dean Pratt fired a shot that beat Riley five hole to bring the Terriers within one going into the final period; Eric Morin was credited with the assist.

Both teams added two goals each less than two minutes into the third period. Morin scored both goals for the Terriers while Dicey added two assists. The Monks received goals from Jack Gordon and Berard to give them a 6-5 lead. The Terriers brought the game to a 6-6 tie at the 15:49 mark when sophomore Alex Nadeau scored on a pass from Hersom. Gordon added the game winning goal for the Monks with a minute remaining to finish the scoring at 7-6.

Small was given the loss in goal after making 42 saves while Jimmy Riley earned the win for the Monks with 45 saves. The Terriers outshot the Monks 51-49 and held a 30-17 advantage in face-offs.

The Terriers return to action on Thursday, November 12, as they face-off against the University of Maine in an 8:00 p.m. contest at Sukee Arena.

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Re: Thomas College men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Fri Nov 13, 2015 9:45 am

Ice Hockey Falls to UMaine, 11-7

WINSLOW, ME – The Thomas College ice hockey team was defeated by the University of Maine 11-7 in an American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) contest Thursday night at Sukee Arena.

Thomas (0-3) was led by Jason Dicey who recorded a hat trick and an assist in the loss. Eric Morin added four assists while Michael Hersom scored two goals along with one assist.

The Black Bears quickly opened the scoring just 29 seconds into the first period when Conor Tulley beat Terrier goalie Michael Small to give them an early lead. Thomas answered right back at the 1:26 mark when Hersom found Dicey open in the slot, scoring his first on a wrist shot that beat Black Bear goaltender Grant Carrier.

The Terriers took a 2-1 lead on the power play at 2:37 when Alex Nadeau redirected Morin's shot from the top of the point. The Black Bears responded less than two minutes later when Dallas Clark brought the game back to a 2-2 tie. Dicey netted his second at the 9:01 mark when he stole the puck from the Black Bear defense and scored on a breakaway to lift the Terriers to a 3-2 lead. With 3:52 left in the first, Ethan Melvin lifted a backhand shot past Small to once again tie the game at 3-3. Just 30 seconds later, Morin sent a pass to Dicey in front of the net and he scored to give himself a hat trick while the Terriers ended the first with a 4-3 lead.

The Terriers added to their lead just 14 seconds into the second period when Hersom scored his first of the game on a one-time pass from Morin. At the 6:10 mark, the Terriers increased their lead to 6-3 when they took advantage of a 5-on-3 power play. After Connor Walsh's shot was tipped in front by Cameron Foggo, Dean Pratt collected the rebound and slammed in his third goal of the season. The Black Bears cut the lead to 6-5 before the end of the period on goals from Johnny Malowicz and Clark.

Six minutes into the final period, Maine scored two goals from Tulley and Conor Shea to take a 7-6 lead. With eleven minutes remaining, Nadeau sent in Hersom on a breakaway and he scored his second to tie the game at seven. In last ten minutes of the game, Maine scored four goals to finish the game at 11-7.

Small received the loss in goal for the Terriers, making 36 saves before being relieved by Dakota Gendreau who stopped five shots. Carrier earned the win in goal for Maine with 37 saves. The Black Bears outshot the Terriers, 52-44, and held a 25-24 edge in faceoffs.

The Terriers return to the ice on Sunday, November 15, when they travel to Gorham, Maine, to play Saint Joseph's College in a 6 p.m. NECHA Colonial Conference North Division matchup.

Scoring -- First Period: 1. Maine: Conor Tully (Conor Shea, Nick Chen), 0:29; 2. Thomas: Jason Dicey (Michael Hersom, Eric Morin), 1:26; 3. Thomas: Alex Nadeau (Morin, Dicey), 2:37; 4. Maine: Dallas Clark (Tim King), 4:03; 5. Thomas: Dicey (un), 9:01; 6. Maine: King (Mike Fillaut, Devin Beland), 16:08; 7. Thomas: Dicey (Morin, McDermott), 16:38. Second Period: 8. Thomas: Hersom (Morin), 0:14; 9. Thomas: Dean Pratt (Cameron Foggo, Connor Walsh), 6:10 (pp); 10. Maine: Johnny Malowicz (un), 12:58; 11. Maine: Clark (James Hannigan, Quintin Farr), 16:20; Third Period: 12. Maine: Malowicz (un), 5:39; 13. Maine: Tully (Shea, Jared Parent), 6:07; 14. Thomas: Hersom (Nadeau), 9:05; 15. Maine: Parent (Portillo, King), 10:21 (sh); 16. Maine: Malowicz (un), 12:03 (sh); 17. Maine: Chen (un), 17:12; 18. Maine: Portillo (Ben Welton, Josh Noonan), 18:57 (pp).

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Re: Thomas College men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Sat Nov 21, 2015 6:26 am

Ice Hockey Tops UNE, 7-4, For First Win of Year

WINSLOW, ME --- Eric Morin and Alex Nadeau both had two goals and an assist and Jason Dicey had another four-point night to lead Thomas College to a 7-4 victory over the University of New England on Friday night at Sukee Arena.

UNE lit the lamp first as Anthony Paul scored just 1:28 into the game on a shot directly in front of Thomas goalie Connor Blair that Blair was not able to cover in time. Mike Finnegan was credited with the assist on the play.

The Terriers (1-4, 1-2 NECHA Colonial North) responded at the 3:22 mark of the first period as Nadeau found Dean Pratt in a 2-on-2 situation to knot the score. Thomas added two more goals in the period as Dicey scored off a feed from the corner by Morin at the 4:48 mark and Nadeau dropped in an open shot from the right circle off a pass from Dicey at the 14:58 mark. Michael Hersom was also credited with assists on the latter two goals.

The scoring streak continued after the first intermission as Cameron Foggo tallied his first career goal off assists from Alex Berard and Christo Naranja 3:53 in and Eric Morin beat UNE goalie Kenny Joseph gloveside from the slot at the 7:37 mark.

UNE countered midway through the period as Tommy Dzis scored on a shot from the right circle that Blair failed to cover.

Nadeau tallied his second goal of the game at the 13:49 mark, taking a one-time pass from Eric Crowley in the corner and beating Joseph through the 5-hole.

Dzis kept the Nor'easters close, scoring with under five minutes to go in the period on a shot from outside the circles that beat Blair top shelf.

The Morin-Dicey-Hersom line wasted little time getting the Terriers on the board to start the third period. Just 48 seconds in, Dicey sent a shot on goal that Hersom redirected across to Morin, who beat Joseph for his second goal of the game. Hersom and Dicey were credited with assists, giving them both three for the game.

UNE closed out the scoring with 10:24 to play as Joey Campisano's shot from the point was redirected past Blair by a Thomas player. Drew Sommerhof and Dzis assisted on the goal.

Blair got the win between the pipes for Thomas, totaling 29 saves. Joseph made 40 saves for UNE.

The Terriers outshot the Nor'easters, 53-34, in the contest.

Thomas returns to the ice at 1 p.m. Sunday for another NECHA Colonial Conference matchup, this time against Lyndon State College. The Hornets (1-5) have a Saturday evening meeting with UNE in Biddeford before facing the Terriers at Sukee Arena.

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Re: Thomas College men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Mon Nov 23, 2015 7:42 am

Terriers Surge Past Hornets for Second Straight Win

WINSLOW, ME --- Michael Hersom and Dean Pratt scored two goals each to lead the Thomas College ice hockey team to a 7-1 victory over Lyndon State College on Sunday afternoon in an NECHA Colonial Conference game at Sukee Arena.

Thomas (2-4, 2-2 NECHA Colonial North) struck just 16 seconds in as Eric Morin netted a pass from Jason Dicey in front of the goal to give the Terriers the early 1-0 lead.

The Hornets responded midway through the first period on a power-play goal by Matthew LaClair, assisted by John Hojek and Marshall Blackman. The Terriers answered back less than two minutes later, when Morin found Dicey on a two-on-zero breakaway. Dicey slid the puck to Hersom, who netted the go-ahead goal to put Thomas up 2-1.

The Terriers padded their lead three minutes later with another power-play goal. Hersom dished a pass from behind the net to Alex Nadeau, who beat the Lyndon goalie and put Thomas ahead 3-1 at the first intermission. The Terriers held a 17-16 edge in shots on goal in the opening frame.

Five minutes into the second period, the Terriers made it 4-1 on Ryan Ambrozy's first career score. Nadeau picked up the assist on the goal. In the final seconds of the period, Pratt added a breakaway goal, with assists from Ambrozy and Dylan Fernandez, to send the Terriers to the locker room with a 5-1 lead. Thomas once again held an edge in shots in the period, 16-14.

After a scoreless 15 minutes to open the third period, where both teams were unable to capitalize on 5-on-3 power plays, Hersom netted the sixth Terrier goal on a two on one rush with Fernandez recording his second assist of the game. Pratt added his second goal of the game two minutes later, with assists to Alex Berard andCameron Foggo, to close out the scoring at 7-1. Thomas outshot the Hornets 22-8 in the final period.

Michael Small was strong in goal for the Terriers allowing one goal on 38 shots and earning the win. Ricardo Millen stopped 48 of 55 shots on goal for the Hornets.

Thomas will return to the ice on Friday, December 4 in an 8 p.m. NECHA Colonial Conference contest against Norwich at Sukee Arena.

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Re: Thomas College men: 2015 - 16

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Dec 08, 2015 6:48 am

Thomas Ice Hockey Tops Colby-Sawyer

EXETER, NH — The Thomas College hockey team defeated Colby-Sawyer College, 10-6, in a non-conference matchup at the Rinks at Exeter on Sunday morning.

The win improves the Terriers to 3-5 on the season while the Chargers fall to 3-3. Jason Dicey led the way with five points, scoring two goals and adding three assists. Freshman Alex Berard recorded a hat trick in the win.

Senior Eric Morin opened the scoring at the 1:40 mark of the first period when he fired a shot from the slot, beating the Charger's goaltender; Dicey was credited with the assist. The two connected once again at 13:42 when Dicey found Morin all alone in front of the Charger net for his second of the game and a Terriers 2-0 lead.

The Chargers answered right back just 15 seconds later when Joey Fenuccio scored to bring them within one. At the 17:51 mark, Dean Pratt added a goal for the Terriers when he followed up on his own rebound. Less than a minute later, Alex Nadeau tipped the puck up to Pratt on a breakaway to finish the scoring in the first at 4-1.

Colby-Sawyer came out scoring in the second period adding three straight goals, including one power-play goal, in the first six minutes bring the game to a 4-4 tie. Sophomore Michael Small took over in goal for the Terriers, relieving starting goalie Connor Blair.

After three straight penalties, the Terriers had to play two men down on a 5-on-3 opportunity for the Chargers. Michael Hersom was sent in on a breakaway pass from Dicey and he finished the shorthanded goal at 9:29.

A Chargers goal 20 seconds later tied the game at 5-5. In the final ten minutes of the second, Berard netted his three straight goals for the hat trick and an 8-5 Terrier lead.

Colby-Sawyer cut into the Terrier lead at the 9:48 mark of the third on a goal from Chris Finley. The Terriers answered just three minutes after when Hersom sent a pass to Dicey alone in front, giving Thomas a 9-6 lead. Dicey added an empty-net goal in the final seconds to finish the game at 10-6.

Small earned the win in goal for the Terriers after relieving Blair while Zack Kershaw was given the loss for the Chargers.

The Terriers will hit the ice again on Saturday, December 12, as they host Springfield in a 3:00 p.m. American Collegiate Hockey Association (ACHA) contest at Sukee Arena.

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