Friday, October 31, 2014

The Men in Black

Not sure what happened to last week's pumpup. Given the way the weekend went for the men, perhaps it's better to keep that one in the chamber anyway.

This isn't likely to be a fun weekend for RPI on the scoreboard. The women are at Harvard and Dartmouth, to start off their ECAC schedule, while the men have the opportunity to seize first place in the ECAC with a win tonight at home against Union.

Yes, that last part was tongue-in-cheek. The Route 7 Rivalry has provided some memorable games even at wide disparities (going both ways) over the last decade plus, but that disparity hasn't been this wide in a long time. We've said it twice before and it's worth repeating - if RPI doesn't pull themselves out of the tailspin they've been in the last two weeks, tonight and tomorrow will be ugly with a capital U. See what I did there?

But it's when things look darkest that improvement begins. If there's a reversal, perhaps one day we'll look back on this weekend as the moment things turned. We're not holding our breath. But everything that has a beginning has an end. Union's had a good run. It's been a long run. It may not be over. But it will end, given enough time. Perhaps that time is now.

Here's a reminder from a fitting source - the Man in Black.


Wednesday, October 29, 2014

Save It

There's no way around it - the Engineers have been terrible in their last three games. Just beyond bad.

RPI turned heads by beating Notre Dame. They looked respectable in losses to Minnesota and Denver (at least, the first night against Denver) despite failing to score goals. The basic understanding was that the team was taking its lumps against some of the best in the nation and that the offense was eventually going to be better off for having worked against tough defenses (although you still wanted to see a breakthrough goal), and that the Engineers' defense, considered a strong point, hadn't been embarrassed against strong attacks.

Then came the Saturday night game against Denver, where RPI looked absolutely abysmal in all facets and probably deserved to get shut out for a third time in a row for the first time in 18 years. That only served as a prelude for what may have been one of the worst weekends in the history of the program.

That's not meant to denigrate Bentley at all. They won 19 games last season and they're one of the better teams in Atlantic Hockey. We pointed out during the offseason that they weren't complete pushovers by any stretch of the imagination. But they're not Minnesota, and they're not Denver, and RPI should not be dropping a pair of games to them by a combined tally of 9-2.

Atlantic Hockey has come a very long way from 2003, when it was considered a point of absolute shame for the Engineers to lose a game to Mercyhurst. But it hasn't progressed past the point where being dominated on the scoreboard, two nights in a row, at home, is something that's something that can be shrugged off. Last weekend was the first time that RPI has ever lost consecutive games in a weekend against AHA opponents.

It's hopefully a bottoming out, especially heading into the ECAC schedule and against Union. There's very little that didn't look terrible in the last three games, including the previously somewhat vaunted defense. All of it looked subpar.

Predictably, many in the RPI fanbase (and even some outside of it) have prepared the long knives for Seth Appert over this weekend. It's a tired refrain that never seems to end from some quarters.

A sizable chunk of the alumni never seemed to forgive him for the three very bad years that started his tenure in Troy despite the fact that anyone who knew the score realized that it was a process of blowing up what was in place in order to rebuild from the bottom up.

The voices got quieter, yet never seemed to go away, after the Pirri/D'Amigo season of 2009-10 and through the beginning of last year, when it appeared possible that the Engineers were over the hump. But a highly disappointing season of high expectations last year is followed by a terrible start to this year, and the lynch mob is fired up again.

If you're one of the people beating the drum, holding the torch, or sharpening the pitchfork, ask yourself this question: what's the point? It's October. Ignoring completely the logistical point that the Institute has Appert on the books through the end of the decade, what's gained by all the whining and moaning and calling for his head? Is the team supposed to magically improve with some spur-of-the-moment interim coach?

In 2010, UNC Wilmington men's basketball coach Benny Moss was fired in the middle of the Seahawks' season. He commented that the "decision to relieve me of my duties... in mid-season does nothing to benefit the program. It serves only as a mechanism to chastise and embarrass me personally."

The Seahawks, 7-14 under Moss, went 2-8 the rest of the season without him.

Is that what the lynch mob is trying to achieve?

This isn't professional sports. Let's let the season develop and see what happens. We all know about the four Game 3 losses at home. We all realize last year was disappointing. It's not hard to see that the last three games have been awful. We can all look down Route 7 and see the local rivals achieving everything anyone could want - not that it's anything that anyone in Troy is responsible for, of course, but it just makes the panic even more heightened for those who are quick to forget the successes and dwell on the difficulties.

Take a deep breath. Relax. The Engineers have at least 32 more games left before the book is closed on this season. Let's see what they can do with them. And in the meantime, quit wasting your breath about the coaching staff. Make your evaluations in April, and if you still feel the need to vent, by all means, go for it.

That said, if RPI continues to play the way they have played for the last three games running now, they will be four-goal underdogs in both games this weekend and they'll be completely run out of the building - and if you don't think everyone in that locker room already knows that, you're probably not smart as you think you are anyway.

Tuesday, October 28, 2014

Men's Hockey - Bentley (24/25 Oct)

RPI opened their home schedule with what most observers thought would be an opportunity for a battle-tested team to finally break out with some scoring against a not-so-strong defense on familiar ice, facing Bentley in a two-game set. What observers got instead was a complete disaster from the Engineers' perspective - a continued inability to put the puck in the net, coupled with a breakdown of what had previously been considered something of a strong point in the team's defensive capabilities. A weekend that was expected to be a preparation for bigger and better things instead has thrown the entire season into question as Bentley rolled to a 5-2 and 4-0 sweep of an exceptionally lethargic RPI squad.

Friday
Neal-Liljegren-DeVito
Laliberte-Bubela-Schroeder
Melanson-Miller-Nanne
McGowan-Wood-Bourbonnais

Leonard-Prapavessis
Curadi-Wilson
Bradley-Bokenfohr

Kasdorf

A shakeup of lines, plus the return of Milos Bubela, punctuated the Engineers' Friday night lineup as RPI sought to shake what had been a terrible outing on the previous Saturday against Denver.

The necessary offensive spark was clearly missing from the opening puck drop. Although Bentley, as they would do all weekend, committed to blocking shots, they didn't have many to block throughout the first period, and the Engineers managed to get only four shots on net in the entire first 20 minutes.

It was Bentley striking first seven-and-a-half minutes into the second period as Kyle Schmidt beat Jason Kasdorf to give the Falcons the 1-0 lead. It was part of a middle frame in which the Engineers continued to look uninterested in pursuing offense, and in which RPI was again outshot by the visitors. Fortunately, the second would not end without the Engineers finally putting one in the net, as freshman Lou Nanne scored his first collegiate goal on a nice pass from a fellow freshman speedster in Drew Melanson, making the score 1-1 with less than two minutes to play in the second period.

Truly, the defensive collapse for RPI began late in the second period. Although the Falcons put only six shots on net in the game's final 25 minutes, four of those six shots would end up putting points on the board for Bentley. The Falcons regained the lead nine minutes into the third with a goal by Alex Grieve, and then took a two-goal edge on the power play four minutes later with Curtis Leonard off on a slashing call.

RPI didn't show any quit - or at least, the Miller line showed no quit off the ensuing faceoff. Miller earned the primary assist on Nanne's second goal of the game just 13 seconds after Bentley's power play goal, cutting Bentley's lead back down to one.

From there, the RPI offense began to come alive once again, but try as they might, they simply could not find the equalizer. Bentley netminder Gabe Antoni ultimately stopped nine of 10 shots from the Engineers in the third period to preserve the victory, eventually iced by a pair of empty net goals from Max French and Kyle Schmidt to make the final scoreline appear worse than RPI's chances late, though Bentley's overall performance, especially in the first two periods, made the scoreline seem apt.

Saturday
Neal-Liljegren-McGowan
Laliberte-Bubela-Schroeder
Melanson-Miller-Nanne
Fulton-Hampton-Bourbonnais

Leonard-Prapavessis
Bradley-Bell
Curadi-Reno

Diebold

The embarrassing defeat on Friday, led to another jumble of lines, with only two lines staying intact, including the Mark Miller line, which had created both of the previous night's goals through Nanne. Scott Diebold, in all likelihood, was destined to start this game regardless of the previous night's result.

Unfortunately, while Friday had been an embarrassment, it paled in comparison to what was in store on Saturday. RPI came out of the gate with a little more intensity than they had on Friday, but it didn't matter much and it quickly trailed off. In the meantime, late in the period, Bentley scored a pair of quick goals off of colossal defensive breakdowns - one on the power play and one shorthanded - to nab a 2-0 lead heading into the second period.

It did not take long to establish during the middle frame that Bentley's two-goal lead was looking fairly iron-clad. The Falcons continued to block shots, which were few and far between for the Engineers anyway. Bentley again struck twice late in the period, and again scored on massive defensive blunders, making it 4-0 by the end of the period, a hole far too deep for a team that had only scored six goals all season to climb out.

As with Friday, the Engineers showed some pep in the third period, but by then Bentley had a good defensive rhythm going and easily stymied pretty much everything RPI had to throw at them, which still wasn't a whole lot. Bentley's second-string netminder, senior Blake Dougherty, needed only 19 saves to earn his first collegiate win and shutout.

The Engineers have now lost five consecutive games, and have scored a grand total of three goals in those five games (0.60 GPG) while allowing 20 (4.00 GAA) the other way. They are 1-for-23 (4.3%) on the power play (with a short-handed goal given up) and 15-for-23 (65.2%) on the penalty kill during this losing streak.

Making matters infinitely worse, not only does the ECAC schedule begin next weekend, the annual home-and-home against Union is what kicks off that schedule. The Dutchmen just ended a 17-game winning streak on Saturday night with a one-goal loss to now #7 St. Cloud State while their backup goaltender played. They're slightly better than Bentley.


Bentley at RPI
Non-conference Game - Houston Field House (Troy, NY)
10/24/14 - 9:30pm

RESULT: Bentley 5, RPI 2


RECORD: 1-4-0

Bentley at RPI
Non-conference Game - Houston Field House (Troy, NY)
10/25/14 - 9:00pm

RESULT: Bentley 4, RPI 0


RECORD: 1-5-0

Upcoming games
31 Oct - #2 Union
1 Nov - at #2 Union
7 Nov - Harvard
8 Nov - Dartmouth
14 Nov - Princeton

Women's Hockey - UConn (25/26 Oct)

It took from January to the end of October, but the Engineers finally put a tally back in the win column with a 4-1 victory over UConn on Saturday at Houston Field House. Sunday's game was perhaps more tilted in favor of the Engineers, but a strong performance by UConn goalie Annie Belanger helped the Huskies hold on for a 2-2 tie.

Saturday

Mahoney/Gruschow/Tomlinson
Horwood/Wash/Renn
Rooney/Mankey/Svoboda
Walsh/Hylwa/Raspa

Schilter/Godin
Middlebrook/Behounek
Kimmerle/Banks

O'Brien

Alexa Gruschow had two goals, an assist, and eight shots on goal Saturday to lead RPI to a 4-1 win over UConn at Houston Field House.

Kathryn Schilter added a goal and an assist and Kelly O'Brien held the Huskies to one goal on 27 shots in net for the Engineers.

UConn wrecked its chances in the game by running a constant parade to the penalty box, and RPI broke a power play drought with two quick power play goals early in the second period.

Gruschow picked up the game's first goal on the man advantage at 2:22 of the second, with assists from Ali Svoboda and Schilter.

UConn took another penalty at 5:43 and RPI wasted no time, with Schilter scoring five seconds later to take a 2-0 lead on a blast from the point.

Gruschow's second at 12:23 of the middle frame put the Engineers up by three, but a power play goal for UConn finally got the Huskies on the board near the midpoint of the third.

Taylor Mahoney added an empty net goal in the game's waning minutes, pushing the RPI lead to 4-1 just 11 seconds after UConn netminder Elaine Chuli headed to the bench.

Despite spending 20 minutes in the penalty box, UConn managed to hold RPI to a 29-27 edge in shots. That would be more lopsided on Sunday, yet the result wouldn't be as good for the Engineers.

Sunday

Mahoney/Gruschow/Tomlinson
Horwood/Wash/Renn
Rooney/Mankey/Svoboda
Walsh/Hylwa/Raspa

Kimmerle/Schilter
Behounek/Banks
Middlebrook

Piper

RPI outshot UConn 32-20 but the Huskies won the special teams battle, scoring a shorthanded goal and a power play goal which ended up enough to hold RPI to a 2-2 tie on Sunday afternoon.

Sarah MacDonnell scored shorthanded at 4:23 of the opening period, breaking down ice on  a 2-on-1, taking a pass from Leah Buress and putting it past Brianna Piper for a 1-0 lead.

RPI tied the game later in the first when Shayna Tomlinson scored. Three UConn penalties in a row in the early second period weren't enough to let RPI grab the lead, and instead it was UConn's Kelly Harris capitalizing on a 4-on-3 power play opportunity to put the Huskies up 2-1.

Laura Horwood would notch the game-tying goal for the Engineers in the third period, just moments after an apparent RPI goal had been waved off for a player interfering with UConn goalie Annie Belanger in the crease.

Another power play later in the third plus a short opportunity at the tail end of overtime proved fruitless for the Engineers and they had to settle for the 2-2 tie.

ECAC action starts for the Engineers next week as they face Harvard (7pm Fri) and Dartmouth (4pm Sat) on the road. It's hard to say much about the pair of Ivies at this point - each has beaten McGill in an exhibition, while Dartmouth soundly defeated New Hampshire on Sunday, hinting that perhaps there may be some improvement in Hanover as compared to last year's team which went 9-20-1.

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RPI vs. Connecticut
Non-Conference Game - Houston Field House (Troy, NY)
10/25/14 - 3:00pm
RPI 4, UConn 1

BOX SCORES:
College Hockey Stats: http://collegehockeystats.net/1415/boxes/wconren1.o25
RPI: http://rpiathletics.com/boxscore.aspx?path=whock&id=4428

RECAPS:
RPI: http://rpiathletics.com/news/2014/10/25/WICE_1025143105.aspx
UConn: http://www.uconnhuskies.com/sports/w-hockey/recaps/102514aaa.html
Complete Game Video: http://rpitv.org/productions/827-womens-hockey-vs-uconn-game-1

RECORD: 1-4-1 (0-0-0 ECAC)

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RPI vs. Connecticut
Non-Conference Game - Houston Field House (Troy, NY)
10/26/14 - 2:00pm
RPI 2, UConn 2 (OT)

BOX SCORES:
College Hockey Stats: http://collegehockeystats.net/1415/boxes/wconren1.o26
RPI: http://rpiathletics.com/boxscore.aspx?path=whock&id=4429

RECAPS:
RPI: http://rpiathletics.com/news/2014/10/26/WICE_1026144959.aspx
UConn: http://www.uconnhuskies.com/sports/w-hockey/recaps/102614aaa.html
Complete Game Video: http://rpitv.org/productions/829-womens-hockey-vs-uconn-game-2

RECORD: 1-4-2 (0-0-0 ECAC)

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Upcoming Schedule

Oct. 31 - at Harvard (7pm)
Nov. 1 - at Dartmouth (4pm)
Nov. 7 - St. Cloud State (3pm)
Nov. 8 - St. Cloud State (3pm)

Friday, October 24, 2014

Dust or Gold

Yeah, we didn't have anything this week, unfortunately. Gotta struggle for the legal tender sometimes.

But here's the gist of what would have been said anyway - wait a few weeks before you panic on the Engineers.

Minnesota and Denver are two of the best defenses in the country. It's too early to use stats to back this up, because 50% of Minnesota and 100% of Denver stats come from games against RPI, but coming into the season, that was part of the expectation on both teams. They'd do a pretty good job of keeping the puck out of the net.

Add a team that knew coming in that it had to find ways to score goals, and it's a recipe for the way the last three games played out - although to be very fair, the Engineers were awful on Saturday in Denver.

That said, the defense looks very good. Observers of the Minnesota game and the first Denver game saw a lot to like in Jason Kasdorf's play. But the goals have to come. Hopefully, that starts tonight against the first team in the RPI schedule that they should be favored to beat.

The rationale is that when you play difficult teams, it makes other teams feel a little easier by comparison. For years and years, though, we've become used to seeing RPI teams play at the level of their opponent no matter what, rarely a metric for success, especially against weaker teams.

If the RPI offense treats Bentley's defense as though it were Denver's, they'll find their opportunities to score, That can be nothing but helpful moving forward. If they don't... settle in, this one could be a long one.

Speaking of long ones, the RPI women had a lead last week for all of three-and-a-half minutes. It's a start, but it's still 15 games in a row without a win. Two more chances to snap that schneid starting tomorrow at home against UConn in the first full home weekend.

Get yourself to the Field House all weekend long, hockey has come home.

Tuesday, October 21, 2014

Men's Hockey - at Denver (17/18 Oct)

RPI's grueling early season schedule continued over the weekend with a second consecutive long trip west to faceoff against the Denver Pioneers, a matchup that featured a pair of teams with multiple links to one another. The Engineers have never had an awful lot of success traveling to Denver, that that lack of success continued as they were soundly defeated in 3-0 and 4-1 results. Both nights, RPI did themselves in with a relatively early major and game misconduct that created a short bench in the thin Colorado air, and offense, for a second and third straight game, was hard to come by.

Friday
Neal-Liljegren-Bourbonnais
Nanne-Miller-Schroeder
Fulton-Laliberte-Melanson
Wood-McGowan-DeVito

Leonard-Prapavessis
Curadi-Bradley
Wilson-Bokenfohr

Kasdorf

After the offensive power outage against the Golden Gophers, Seth Appert toyed with lines a little bit. With Milos Bubela out with an injury, Travis Fulton got his first start of the year, and the team's two strongest scorers, Matt Neal and Jacob Laliberte, were put on different lines. Freshman Viktor Liljegren, who's shown quite a bit of promise, graduated to first-line center.

The intended effect clearly wasn't met from the very start. Setting the tone for the entire weekend, Denver came out blazing in the first period, throwing a remarkable 20 shots on net. RPI's defense, which has been as strong as the offense has struggled, managed to keep every single one of them from reaching the back of the net, led by junior goaltender Jason Kasdorf.

Going the other way, the Engineers struggled to get decent shots off, much as they did against Minnesota. They managed only 9 shots in the first period, and then only 6 in the second.

The crack in the defense started 4:30 into the second period as Luke Curadi was assessed a checking from behind major and a game misconduct, leaving RPI with only five defenders for the remainder of the game. The Engineers escaped from the major penalty kill without giving up a goal, but three minutes later Quentin Shore scored for the home team on a turnover in the RPI zone to make it 1-0. Exactly three minutes after that, Zac Larraza's goal on a power play (created by only the third penalty of Jacob Laliberte's college career) made the score 2-0.

That was essentially the entire meaningful scoring of the game, as Kasdorf remained strong in net throughout the contest. RPI managed more shots in the third period as they sought to cut the Pioneers lead in half, but they were unable to solve DU netminder Evan Cowley. Ty Loney scored an empty-netter in the final minute to ice the game for a 3-0 victory, but it was Kasdorf, who made 39 saves on 41 shots, who was made the game's third star for the second time in as many games.

Saturday
Neal-Liljegren-Laliberte
Nanne-Miller-DeVito
McGowan-Schroeder-Bourbonnais
Wood-Bokenfohr-Hampton

Leonard-Prapavessis
Curadi-Wilson
Bradley-Bell

Kasdorf

Having been shut out in consecutive games, the line juggling intensified for Saturday night. All of the top producers were put on one scoring line, Fulton and Drew Melanson were removed from the lineup, and oddly enough, Craig Bokenfohr and Phil Hampton were moved onto the fourth line. Hampton played at forward in the Engineers' exhibition game, but Bokenfohr as a forward was quite a surprise. Bradley Bell replaced Bokenfohr on the blue line.

Penalties got the Engineers in trouble quickly on Saturday. Curtis Leonard picked up a slashing call in the game's first minute, and a goaltender interference call on Zach Schroeder (for a hit that saw DU's starter, Tanner Jaillet, pulled from his first collegiate game after only 2 minutes, with Cowley returning in net) gave Denver a short 5-on-3, but RPI managed to kill both of those penalties.

However, as with Friday night, it was a major penalty that helped get the scoring underway. Bokenfohr was given a major and a game misconduct for kneeing just 5:38 into the game, and unlike the major on Friday, Denver cashed in. The Pioneers scored twice on the major, with power play goals by Trevor Moore and Matt Marcinew to make it 2-0 before the Engineers returned to full strength.

An interference penalty to Curadi minutes after RPI got their fifth skater back led to a third power play goal for DU as Larraza scored his second of the weekend to make it 3-0. RPI, who had managed two shots on Jaillet in the first two minutes, did not muster a single shot on Cowley in the final 18 or so, and were outshot 18-2 in the first period, an even more lopsided tally than from the first night.

Larraza's second goal of the night and third of the weekend came 3:05 into the second period, making the score 4-0, and at that point, although he could hardly be blamed for much of the carnage, Seth Appert lifted Kasdorf from the net - perhaps more to save his psyche than anything else - and inserted senior Scott Diebold for his first game action of the year.

Diebold performed admirably in relief, stopping all 16 shots that he saw in 36:55 of ice time, but it was not enough to spark the RPI offense back into life. Five minutes after Larraza's second goal, Jake Wood, who had a great game drawing penalties (instead of taking them as he frequently does), drew a penalty shot for being hauled down on the breakaway. In line with RPI's luck offensively, Wood lost control of the puck while advancing on the net and never even got a shot off.

Denver took a number of penalties following the Wood penalty shot, giving the Engineers six distinct opportunities on the power play during the second half of the game, but it wasn't until a shot from the point by Chris Bradley with 35 seconds left in the game that the Engineers cashed in on the man advantage. His first goal of the season came with assists to Schroeder and Lou Nanne, the latter's first collegiate point. That broke up the shutout and by the skin of their teeth, RPI managed to avoid being shut out in three consecutive games for the first time since November 1996.

Finally, the Engineers return to Troy to open their home schedule next weekend against decidedly softer competition than they faced in their first four games - 1-2 Bentley, who allowed six goals against Sacred Heart last time out. RPI needs to put points on the board against the Falcons with the Union home-and-home waiting on the horizon.

RPI at #16 Denver
Non-conference Game - Magness Arena (Denver, CO)
10/17/14 - 9:30pm

RESULT: Denver 3, RPI 0


RECORD: 1-2-0

RPI at #16 Denver
Non-conference Game - Magness Arena (Denver, CO)
10/18/14 - 9:00pm

RESULT: Denver 4, RPI 1


RECORD: 1-3-0

Upcoming games
24 Oct - Bentley
25 Oct - Bentley
31 Oct - #2 Union
1 Nov - at #2 Union
7 Nov - Harvard

Monday, October 20, 2014

Women's Hockey - at New Hampshire (17 Oct)

RPI had just one game on the schedule this weekend, a Friday night matchup against New Hampshire. The Engineers failed to convert on five power play opportunities including a long 5-on-3 in the third period and ended up falling to the Wildcats 2-1.

New Hampshire

Horwood/Wash/Renn
Mahoney/Gruschow/Svoboda
Rooney/Mankey/Walsh
Tomlinson/Hylwa/Raspa

Schilter/Godin
Behounek/Banks
Middlebrook/Kimmerle

Piper

Alexa Gruschow scored a first period goal, but UNH scored two more in the opening frame then held the lead for a 2-1 victory over RPI Friday night at Whittemore Center.

Gruschow's goal came at 5:05 on a great individual effort. Winning an offensive zone draw, the RPI forward took a pass from Brandi Banks and circled the offensive zone, faking toward the front of the net before sweeping around the back and tucking in a wraparound.

Heather Kashman scored at 8:34 to tie the game at one, after a failed clearing attempt by RPI left the puck with Haley Breedlove who fired it on net. While Brianna Piper made the initial save, Kashman was able to poke the puck past her on a rebound.

Breedlove put UNH ahead at 13:16 on another defensive zone turnover by the Engineers. Kayla Mork took the puck away from Delaney Middlebrook and fed it to Breedlove in the slot who fired it off an RPI player and past Piper for a 2-1 lead.

The Engineers had several chances to tie things up including four power play chances, two of which were bench minors for too many players on the ice. Nearly a minute and a half of 5-on-3 time wasn't enough to find the equalizer in the third period and the 2-1 score held up, running the Engineers' season-spanning winless streak to 15 games.

RPI returns home next weekend for a pair of games against UConn on Saturday (3pm) and Sunday (2pm). Saturday's game is currently scheduled to be broadcast on WRPI

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RPI at New Hampshire
Non-Conference Game - Whittemore Center (Durham, NH)
10/17/14 - 7:00pm
UNH 2, RPI 1

BOX SCORES:
College Hockey Stats: http://collegehockeystats.net/1415/boxes/wrenunh1.o17
RPI: http://rpiathletics.com/boxscore.aspx?path=whock&id=4427

RECAPS:
RPI: http://rpiathletics.com/news/2014/10/17/WICE_1017142857.aspx
UNH: http://unhwildcats.com/sports/wice/2014-15/releases/201410174bpbg9
Video Highlights: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uk0d1BEgOK8

RECORD: 0-4-1 (0-0-0 ECAC)

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Upcoming Schedule

Oct. 25 - UConn (3pm)
Oct. 26 - UConn (2pm)
Oct. 31 - at Harvard (7pm)
Nov. 1 - at Dartmouth (4pm)