Shots on Goal
Face Offs Won
PLYMOUTH, N.H. -- Sophomore goaltender Jack Astedt (Angelholm, Sweden) made 18 saves Saturday night as Plymouth State University christened its new facility with a 6-0 victory over Southern New Hampshire University before a capacity crowd in the first men's ice hockey game at Hanaway Rink.
The Panthers got goals from six different players in the victory while out-shooting the Penmen, 41-18. PSU scored just 1:25 into the game, led 2-0 after one period, and poured it on with three goals in the middle frame. The home team scored four times on the power play, once each by junior Bryan Kriner (Newport, R.I.), seniors Sean Buckley (Sagamore Beach, Mass.) and Jake Curtin (Concord, N.H.), and sophomore JC Richardson (Fort Collins, Colo.), and sophomore defenseman Richie Zobak (Evergreen Park, Ill.) collected three assists.
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