Monday 10: BU Rookie Goalkeeper Downs in 1 BC, Wisconsin Dominates Minnesota, Quini Piac Moves No. 1 in ECAC | College Hockey – NHL Sports

Boston University goalkeeper Vinny Duplessis made 40 saves on his college debut as BU took first place at Boston University on Saturday night (Photo: Matt Woolverton). has 10 features every Monday, selecting the top 10 moments last weekend.

1) No. 1 goes down

The competition between Boston University and Boston University has seen a fair share of great games, and last weekend was no exception.

Terrier got some outstanding performances from the freshman class. Goalkeeper Vinny Duplessis scored 40 saves on his college debut and classmate Luke Tuch scored two goals. Freshmen Dylan Peterson and Nick Zabane have also added assistance.

“I didn’t know when my chances would come, but I had to prepare,” said classmates and Chicago draft topic Drew Comesso, who scored most of their play time with Terrier goals. Dupresis, who was watching him doing, said. “For me, it was really just fighting. My practice was my game. It was just sharp and ready. Before the game I didn’t play, I did the same routine I tried, and I think it paid a dividend today. “

The defeat continued to be a good year for Terrier, with seven undefeated consecutive wins for the Eagles. BU played the fewest games in the hockey east team, but the .750 win rate in conference play is second only to Boston University.

2) Badgers are blown by Gopher

Wisconsin sophomore Cole Caufield stayed hot last weekend, and that was bad news for Second Minnesota.

Corfield scored twice on Friday and added a goal and two assists on Saturday. This is No. 11 Wisconsin went down the street and swept the Gophers with a total score of 12-2. Saturday’s Wisconsin 8-1 victory was the most biased road victory against Minnesota in the series so far between the two schools, and badgers were within two points of the number one gopher. I was drawn to.

Corfield has scored goals in seven consecutive games, leading the nation with goals (17) and points (33).

3) Quini Piac ranked first

Two weeks ago, No. 1 Quini Piac played in No. 2 Clarkson in a three-game series, giving him a chance to make room with the Golden Knights in the ECAC Hockey League rankings.

Instead, the Golden Knights had a regulation win and a shootout win to pull to a tie with Bobcat.

However, Quini Piac rebounded over St. Lawrence last weekend, Clarkson lost to regulation and won a shootout with Colgate, Bobcat led the Golden Knights by 4 points, with three weeks remaining in the regular season. became.

4) Wild Cats Wild Finish

New Hampshire appeared ready for a split with U Mass Lowell on Saturday night. The River Hawks led 6-3 early in the third period, before the Wildcats exploded for four unanswered goals on their way to a 7-6 overtime win.

Angus Cruickshan closed the night with the winner of the game and four goals 17 seconds after overtime. New Hampshire scored only seven shots in the third period and overtime, while Wildcats scored four of them.

5) Bowling Green loses Karen in 3 games

No, after Junior was interrupted by the WCHA due to a major five-minute penalty and disqualification of the match after the Falcons lost 5-1 to Minnesota on Saturday. 8 Bowling Green misses defense Wilkaren.

Disqualification includes automatic suspension of one game. As a result of the review, the hits were delivered in a way that guaranteed a pause for two additional games.

Karen’s suspension ended a tough weekend on Bowling Green as the Falcons scored only one goal in a sweep in Minnesota. Falcons fourth-placed scorer Karen will miss this weekend’s series against Superior Huzhou and the match against northern Michigan on February 20th.

6) Colonial cruising

American International was the top team in Atlantic hockey for most of the season, but second-placed Robert Morris has had a good year on its own.

Many Atlantic hockey games were wiped out last weekend due to many postponements related to COVID-19, but the Colonials hosted two non-conference opponents, Long Island. Robert Morris swept the series, moving to 9-2 in the last 11 games and 14-5 overall.

The Colonials have the seventh .737 win rate in the country.

7) Minnesota Duluth dominates Miami

Minnesota Duluth continued its hot play on the Miami weekend sweep. With two wins, the Bulldog’s winning streak has been extended to six games. This is the best in the country. Sweep also moved Minnesota Duluth past the idle North Dakota to number one in NCHC.

The bulldog came out strong on Saturday’s victory and threw 28 shots into the goal in the first period. It set the program record for the most shots of any period. Miami goalkeeper Ludvig Persson finished with 55 saves with 57 shots, a record for NCHC.

8) Bemidji State University keeps rolling

It was a rough start to the Bemidji season as Beaver went on vacation with a 1-3-1 record. However, Bemidji State University has been one of the most popular teams in the country since then. Beaver pushed his undefeated streak against Ferris State University to six games over the weekend, with only one regulation loss since the New Year.

The team tied on Friday and Ferris State University scored additional points in the shootout. On Saturday, the Bulldog led early 2-0, but Beaver scored seven goals and won by a comfortable margin. Owen Schillinger scored four goals at Bemidji State University. This is the first time a Beaver player has reached that mark in the game in more than 16 years.

9) Peregrine falcon gets on the board

It took a while, but the Air Force finally won this season. Willie Lime’s goal of 3:14 on the extra round gave the Falcons a 4-3 victory on Bentley Saturday.

Falcons coach Frank Seratoa said it was “hard.” “Getting our first win is more secure than joy. There is nothing better than winning. Many young teams would have given up if they gave up the lead in 3rd place and were behind 3-2. Not ours. They got stuck together, fought, and found a way to get it done. “

Ferris State University’s only victory was against Division III Trine, but the Falcons were the last team to record a victory in Division 1.

10) Minuteman paused

Hockey East had scheduled a weekly match, but the meeting will change as UMass suspends all athletic activity due to an increase in COVID-19 cases on campus.

The campus’s operational posture has been raised to “high risk,” Prime Minister Kumble Subbaswamy said in a letter to the UMass community on Sunday. The designation takes effect on Sunday at 2:00 pm and is valid for at least 14 days. It will only be unlocked if public health improves.

Since mid-December, four games have been undefeated and the timing is not good for 9-2-2 Minuteman. UMass leads the top spot in Hockey East by 6 points, but Boston University in second place is four games less than Minuteman.

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