Dawe and Poisson score in men’s hockey loss in 20th place northeast
BOSTON – The University of Maine men’s ice hockey team were beaten by the Northeastern University Huskies # 20, 3-2, Saturday night at Matthews Arena.
First goal (1-0 Maine): Ben Fish scored the first goal of Saturday night’s game at the end of the first period. Keenan Suthers won a head-to-head against Simon butala, who kept him in the area. Suthers took the puck and fired a shot on goal. Poisson recovered the stoppage, found some free space and gave the Black Bears a 1-0 lead before the first intermission.
Second goal (2-0 Maine): As the penalty kill slipped off the ice, Adam dawe doubled the Black Bears lead. Adrien bisson blocked a shot and cleared it out of the crease. Jack Quinlivan, the captain, knocked the puck over in the direction of a Dawe sequence. The senior forward took the opportunity to escape and scored his second goal of the season.
Third Goal (2-1 Maine): In the dying minutes of the second period, Northeastern reduced the Black Bears’ lead. Justin Hryckowian found weak spot in Maine defense and beat Victor ostman. In the second intermission, Maine led by a goal.
Fourth goal (2-2): With just over 15 minutes to go in the Hockey East game on Saturday night, Gunnarwolfe Fontaine tied the score at two goals apiece. The original photo of Sam Colangelo found the post. Fontaine cleaned up the misfires and tied the game early in the last period.
Fifth Goal (3-2 # 20 North-East): Appearing to throw the puck, Jayden Struble found the back of the net. With traffic ahead Victor ostman, the Black Bears goalie couldn’t see the puck. Beyond the blue line, Struble gave the Huskies a 3-2 lead. Maine couldn’t find a goal in the dying minutes as they lost Saturday night’s series final to No.20 Northeastern.
Remarks: John mulera and Edouard Lindelow the two made their season debuts on Saturday night at Matthews Arena.
Ben Fish and Adam dawe both scored their second goal of the 2021-22 season. Keenan Suthers, Simon butala, Jack Quinlivan, and Adrien bisson all distributed their first assists of the campaign.
Victor ostman saved 27 shots for the Black Bears, while Devon Levi made 19 saves for Northeastern.
Maine went 0 for 3 on their power play opportunities, while the Huskies were 0-4 on his playing advantages.
The Black Bears blocked nine shots and won 20 team faceoffs.
Next: Maine is back on the ice next Friday, November 5th. The face-off with UConn is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at the Alfond.