For the second time this season, Michael Levine of the Suffolk men’s hockey team has been tabbed the best netminder over a seven day stretch as the junior was named CCC Goalie of the Week after a 2-0 week in net with 73 saves and 0.50 goals allowed, the league office announced Monday afternoon.
For the first time in 2001 seasons, Suffolk men’s hockey shutout Western New England, blanking the Golden Bears, 5-0, Saturday afternoon at Olympia Ice Center to sweep the regular season with their its conference counterparts.
With a day off after taking down the Golden Bears 2-1 Thursday night, Suffolk men’s hockey preps for its Saturday showdown at Western New England. The Rams, who look to sweep their first Commonwealth Coast Conference series of the season, visits Olympia Ice Center in West Springfield, Massachusetts, Nov. 18 for a 3 p.m. puck drop.
The Suffolk men’s hockey team collected its first Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) victory of the season as the Rams took down Western New England, 2-1, Thursday evening inside Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Memorial Rink.
Suffolk men’s hockey could not complete the comeback as Salve Regina took down the Rams, 3-2, in Commonwealth Coast Conference action Saturday night in a frigid cold Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Memorial Rink.
Suffolk men’s hockey suffered a 5-1 setback to Salve Regina, who is receiving votes in the latest USCHO Poll, Friday night in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) action Friday night at Portsmouth Abbey.
Suffolk men’s hockey looks to return to win the column this weekend as it is set for a home-and-home series with Commonwealth Coast Conference counterpart, who is receiving votes in the USCHO DIII Poll, Salve Regina. The Rams will first visit the Seahawks Friday, Nov. 10 for a 7 p.m. puck drop, before heading to the friendly confines of Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Rink in Charlestown for a Saturday (Nov. 11) showdown at 7:30 p.m.
Suffolk’s first Commonwealth Coast Conference point was put on hold as Nichols put the puck between the post first in the extra session to take a 3-2 conference victory over the Rams at Levy Rink Saturday night.
Suffolk men’s hockey slipped up in its Commonwealth Coast Conference opener as Nichols took down the Rams 3-0 thanks to a one-goal, one-assist performance by J.B. Baker and a 28-save effort from goaltender Colin Brennan Friday night at Emmons Horrigan O’Neil Rink.