SUNYAC Roundup 11/12/11

Geneseo Ice Knights 6         Framingham State Rams 1

Ira S. Wilson Ice Arena (Attendance: 1,475)

In the only non conference game of the weekend, the Ice Knights had no trouble defeating Framingham State, 6-1, to rebound from a 6-1 loss to Brockport the previous night. Geneseo’s Zachary Vit scored twice and added two assists for a four-point night. The Ice Knights scored five unanswered goals before the Rams scored their only goal of the game at 6:58 of the third period. The Ice Knights outshot the Rams 44-16, limiting Framingham State to no more than seven shots in one period. The two teams combined for 16 penalties. Geneseo’s Bryan Haude recorded 15 saves for the Ice Knights.

Oswego State Lakers 3           Morrisville State Mustangs 3     F/OT

Campus Center Ice Arena (Attendance: 2,853)

The Mustangs jumped out to a three-goal lead in the second period just to see the Lakers score the next three goals to send the game to overtime, where neither team would be able to net the game-winning goal. Oswego State junior forward Chris Muise tied the game at three at 10:05 of the third period. Patrick Stillar and Todd Hosmer each netted a goal and an assist for the Mustangs. Morrisville goalie Colin Breen recorded 51 saves for the Mustangs. The two teams combined for 19 penalties with each team scoring one power-play goal. It was the first tie for the Lakers since Nov. 14, 2008, against the same Mustang team.

Buffalo State Bengals 4            Plattsburgh Cardinals 3

Buffalo State Sports Arena (Attendance: 385)

Buffalo State moved into a second-place tie in the SUNYAC with Plattsburgh and Geneseo after defeating the Cardinals Saturday night. The Bengals received goals from four different players, while goalie Kevin Carr made 25 saves. Kyle Whipple had two assists for Buffalo State. The Bengals scored two unanswered goals in the second period to take a 3-1 lead and Justin Knee recorded the game-winning goal at 12:25 of the third period. Patrick Jobb cut the lead to 3-2 on the power play while also with the extra attacker, but couldn’t get closer, finishing with just five shots on goal in the third period.

Fredonia Blue Devils 9           Potsdam Bears 1

Steele Hall (Attendance: 384)

Billy Sanborn and Bryan Ross each netted a hat trick for the Blue Devils in a rout of the Bears at home on Saturday night. Ross also tallied three assists for a six-point night. The Blue Devils jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the first half of the first period before Potsdam scored its only goal of the game with two seconds remaining in the first period. The Blue Devils finished the game with six unanswered goals, as Fredonia moved to fifth place in the SUNYAC, one point out of a tie for second place. Fredonia finished 3-for-8 on the power play. Mark Friesen made 34 saves for the Blue Devils.

SUNYAC Schedule for Nov. 18

Cortland @ Buffalo State 7 p.m.

Oswego State @ Fredonia 7 p.m.

Brockport @ Plattsburgh 7 p.m.

Geneseo @ Potsdam 7 p.m.

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