PLYMOUTH, N.H. - The senior goaltender on the Plymouth State College ice hockey team has been recognized by the ECAC for his performance for the Panthers last week.
Senior Larry Forgue (Nashua, N.H.) was named to the ECAC Northeast Weekly Honor Roll Monday. It is the second time this season that Forgue has been recognized by the ECAC.
A 5'9", 170-pound netminder, Forgue registered a career-high 55 saves (.902 pct.) in a 6-0 loss at Wentworth, PSC's only game of the week. He stopped 26 of 27 shots in second period, and three of the six goals against came on the power play. It was Forgue's second 50-save effort this season and the third of his career.
A four-year starter, Forgue is the second goalie in school history with more than 2,000 career saves. He has 2,214 career stops and trails only Georges Soares, who recorded 2,750 saves for PSC from 1982-86.
PSC, 4-10-1 overall, can finish .500 for the month of January with a win Tuesday at home against Curry (7:00 p.m.). The Panthers are currently 2-3-1 since New Year's. Plymouth State is still in the thick of the play-off race, sharing sixth place among the 13 Division III teams in the Northeast with a 4-6-0 conference mark.