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Men’s hockey concluded its improbable run to the ECAC championship with an overtime 2–1 victory over Clarkson on Saturday. Senior forward Max Becker scored the game-winning goal at the 2:37 mark in the overtime period, giving Princeton its first ECAC championship since 2008 and an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
Heading into the weekend, the Princeton Tigers were favored in their first round matchup against the Brown Bears. It took only two days for the Tigers to confirm that prediction, thoroughly dominating the road team and making it look easy.
Despite its middling record, men’s hockey is optimistic about the last six games of its season. “Regardless of rankings or records, any team can beat anyone on any night. We proved that ourselves," senior forward David Hallisey said. “Regardless of wins and losses, we should be be able to win the next of our six games. We have a real shot at ECAC championships.”
The Princeton men’s and women’s hockey teams faced tough losses this past weekend in games that both ended in complete shutouts. The women matched up against Clarkson University and the men’s team faced off against the Brown Bears at home.
Saturday night was a successful one on both ends of the rink for the Princeton men’s hockey team in their game against Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). The Tigers flaunted their team's incredible depth and unity, with thirteen players gaining points, including a few collegiate firsts for some freshmen. The Tigers clutched a 6-2 win and improved to 2-2-1 (1-2-1 ECAC), while the Engineers dropped to 2-5-3 (1-4-1 ECAC).
The Princeton men’s ice hockey season this year can be viewed as one long comeback. Situated in the cellar of the ECAC for much of the beginning of the season, the team clawed back to earn a No. 7 seed and home ice for the first round of the conference tournament. However, this pales in comparison to the comeback pulled by the team in this weekend’s three-game playoff series against Colgate. Literally a second from elimination, Princeton fought back to win the series and advance in the tournament.
Continuing a late-season surge, the men’s hockey team defeated conference foes St. Lawrence and Clarkson.
Princeton Men’s Ice Hockey traveled to northern Minnesota this weekend and earned its first two wins of the season in a pair of impressive performances against tenth ranked Bemidji State University.
This Friday, the men’s hockey team will travel to Clarkson for the first round of the Eastern College Athletic Conference tournament.
Despite a four-game skid, the men’s hockey team did not receive a break this weekend. The Tigers’ schedule took them north to face two dominant conference foes in St.
The Princeton Men’s Hockey team (5-16-2, 3-11-2 ECAC) faced another set of consecutive losses this weekend as they battled against Colgate (8-19-2, 4-11-2 ECAC) and Cornell (12-7-4, 7-6-3 ECAC) at Hobey Baker Rink on Friday and Saturday nights.
This past weekend, the Princeton Men’s hockey team (5-14-2, 3-9-2 ECAC) traveled to Cambridge, Mass.
While much of the student body was home relaxing for their winter break, the men’s hockey team would take to the ice three times during that time span.
The men’s ice hockey team (4-9 overall, 3-5 Eastern College Athletic Conference) suffered a tough loss to Penn State (11-2-3, 2-0-0 Big 10) this past Friday, Dec.
Men’s hockeyThis weekend, the men’s hockey team (4-8 overall, 3-5 ECAC) swept Yale and Brown on the road for the first time since the 2007-2008 season, with the Tigers throwing momentum into a three-game winning streak.
Women’s Hockey Fresh off of a dominating performance in upstate New York against the Rochester Institute of Technology, the women’s hockey team looks to continue its winning ways on the season.
As the majority of Princetonians relaxed at home after gut-busting amounts of Turkey, the men’s hockey team took their talents to the far north to do battle against the University of Maine.