Tuesday, February 18, 2014

From the FreeP: New Hampshire pushes past men’s hockey

By Meredith Perri/DFP Staff

The University of New Hampshire men’s hockey team outshot Boston University Monday afternoon. While that generally unexceptional stat does not say much about the game, a deeper look does.

The Wildcats took just one shot during BU’s lone man advantage of the game after 1:56 of the Terriers passing the puck but failing to register a chance. That lone shot made its way into the back of the net breaking a stalemate and serving as the game-winner in New Hampshire’s 3-1 victory at Agganis Arena.

“It deflated us,” said BU coach David Quinn while he shook his head. “I thought the second period we started off, we had some zone time and we looked like we may have found our way about us, but the power play just — we lead the country in giving up shorthanded goals.”

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1 comment:

  1. I know this has nothing to do with the men's loss to UNH ... but who cares. OMG what a proud day to be a fan of the Women's Ice Hockey Program at Boston University. Poo rules ... and she's coming back to play for BU next year. Now that's something to be excited about. I am an American but today I crossed "party" lines.

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