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NCRHA Matchups of the Week - November 19-20, 2022 - The Results!

 November 21st, 2022 at 5:34PM  November 21st, 2022 11:37PM

NCRHA Division I Matchup of the Week

Slippery Rock University vs. Farmingdale State College

Saturday, November 19, 2022 – 11:00am and 8:00pm

Season Head to Head prior to this weekend: 0-0, teams have not yet met this regular season

Season Head to Head after this weekend: Slippery Rock leads the season series 2-0, with 3-0 and 7-2 wins over Farmingdale this weekend

In their first meeting of the weekend, it was a quiet first period, followed by Slippery Rock’s first goal just 36 seconds into the 2nd period. This goal by Dylan Zelonka, assisted by Ian Edwards, would hold up as the game-winner. Just under 4 minutes later, Ian Edwards would make it 2-0. Justin Symons would add the Pride’s 3rd goal midway through the 3rd period. The game would end with a 3-0 win for Slippery Rock. SRU goaltender Logan Johnson would stop all 13 shots he faced in the game. Farmingdale’s Michael Muccio-Schrimpe made a valiant effort, stopped 28 of the 31 shots he faced.

Again in their 2nd meeting of the weekend, Slippery Rock would start the scoring with the first 2 goals, followed by a Farmingdale power play goal early in the 2nd period, bringing it to a 1 goal game. Slippery Rock would add 3 in the 2nd and 2 in the 3rd, before Farmingdale got their 2nd goal of the game midway through the final period. The final score was 7-2 Slippery Rock, led by Justin Symons, Dylan Zelonka and Brandon Brubach, all with 3 points a piece in the game.

In true Division I games this weekend, in which they each played each other twice, both Rowan and Slippery Rock were 3-1, while Farmingdale went 0-4. Each DI team also played a cross-divisional game against D2 opponents, Slippery Rock defeated Northeastern 8-4, Farmingdale with a 3-2 overtime win against Robert Morris, and Rowan lost to UMass 4-3 in OT. Going into the semester break, it’s Slippery Rock out in front, with Rowan and Farmingdale neck and neck for 2nd place in the ECRHA Division I standings.


NCRHA Division II Matchup of the Week

Robert Morris University vs. Temple University

Sunday, November 20, 2022 – 11:00am

Season Head to Head prior to this weekend: 0-0, teams have not yet met this regular season

Season Head to Head: Temple leads season series 1-0, with the 6-3 win against Robert Morris this weekend

Robert Morris started the scoring just under halfway through the 1st period, answered under a minute later by Temple. The teams would trade goals early in the 2nd period as well, and at 6:51 and 7:00 into the 2nd period, 2 Temple goals assisted by Jeffrey Gross gave Temple the 4-2 lead. Temple would add 2 in the 3rd to go up 6-2, until Robert Morris scored with 1:35 remaining in the game to make it a 6-3 final.

Temple’s Nicholas Grillo led the scoring with 2 goals and 2 assists, also teammates Jared Segal finished with 2 goals in the game and Jeffrey Gross with 3 assists.


NCRHA Division III Matchup of the Week

University of Colorado vs. Kansas State University

Saturday, November 19, 2022 – 4:00pm

Season Head to Head prior to this weekend: 0-0, teams have not yet met this season

Season Head to Head after this weekend: Colorado leads season series 1-0, with a 9-0 win over Kansas State this weekend

3 goals in the 1st, 4 goals in the 2nd, 2 more in the 3rd for Colorado, cruising to a 9-0 victory over the Kansas State Wildcats. The Buffs were led by Owen Bower, netting 4 goals, Jason Rieger (2 G, 1 A), and Austin Granmoe (1 G, 2 A).

Colorado remains undefeated in their first season playing under the SCHL banner, a solid 10-0 record, 10 points ahead of their nearest competitor, Sam Houston State. Colorado’s game against Sam Houston State will be postponed and played at a later date.


NCRHA Division AA Matchup of the Week

Slippery Rock University AA vs. University of Massachusetts AA

Sunday, November 20, 2022 – 8:00am

Season Head to Head prior to this weekend: 0-0, teams have not yet met this season (Slippery Rock AA defeated UMass AA 11-4 in pre-season exhibition)

Season Head to Head after this weekend: Slippery Rock AA leads season series 1-0, with an 8-2 win over UMass AA this weekend

Slippery Rock started off strong, scoring the only 3 goals of the 1st period. UMass got on the board next, early in the 2nd. 2 more Slippery Rock goals around the middle of the 2nd period took them to a 4 goal lead, which they would expand upon in the 3rd for the 8-2 win. 5 different Slippery Rock players had multi-point games while goaltender Chris Bobuk stopped 24 of 26 shots for the win.

Slippery Rock sits in 2nd place in the AA Division, behind leader Farmingdale. Farmingdale defeated Slippery Rock 5-4 this weekend, the only blemish on Slippery Rock’s record. UMass sits in 3rd place, just 4 points behind Slippery Rock, heading into the semester break.


NCRHA Cross-Divisional Matchup of the Week

Henry Ford College (JC) vs. Bethel University (DI)

Saturday, November 19, 2022 – 7:00pm

Season Head to Head prior to this weekend: 0-0, teams have not yet met this season

Season Head to Head after this weekend: Bethel leads season series 1-0 with a 7-2 win over Henry Ford this weekend

In their first true test this season, Henry Ford faced Division I Bethel in their 2nd game of the weekend. Bethel came in with a 2-4 record, looking to improve their record in games against Ohio State (D2), Michigan State (D2), Henry Ford (JC) and Lindenwood. The teams were feeling each other out and not taking too many chances until midway in the 1st period when Bethel got on the board first, capitalizing on a 3-on-2. The rest of the 1st period featured outnumbered attacks both ways and was highlighted by exceptional saves by Henry Ford goaltender Carter Pattenaude. Bethel’s 2nd goal was another outnumbered attack, this time a 2-on-1, capitalizing on a Henry Ford turnover. Bethel scored the first 2 goals of the 2nd period, the first being a breakaway goal by Zach Hoffman. Hoffman would score 2 in the game, as well as Jason Santoriello (2 G) and Dylan Sullivan (2 G, 3 A) who made some outstanding dishes on his teammates’ goals. Henry Ford’s Dustin Foran and Spencer Morrison netted goals in the contest, which was really a 5-2 game until the last 2 goals came in in the last 2 minutes with an exhausted Henry Ford squad. Bethel’s Kyle Wedbush stopped 28 of the 30 shots he faced, and Henry Ford’s Carter Pattenaude stopped 32 of 39.

Henry Ford came into the weekend 4-0, without any real tests at that point. They were surely tested this weekend, with 2 games against Lindenwood D1 (2 losses), Bethel (7-2 loss), Lindenwood Gold (3-2 loss) and Lindenwood Black (7-0 win).

Bethel had a successful weekend at their home event at Bethel Wildcat Arena, going 3-1 with wins against Ohio State (D2) 11-2, Henry Ford (JC) 7-2, Michigan State (D2) 9-0, and their 1 loss to Lindenwood by a score of 5-2. Even in the 5-2 loss to Lindenwood, they kept the game within reach throughout, never trailing by more than 2 goals and spending almost 2/3 of the game tied or down by just 1 goal.




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