Syracuse (3-6-0, 3-2-0 College Hockey America) shut out Penn State (4-6-1, 0-3-0) Saturday afternoon for a 1-0 victory. SU transfer Anonda Hoppner scored the game’s only goal on the power play.Hoppner’s goal came just under five minutes into the second period and was assisted by Emma Polaski and Kelli Rowswell. The Orange have been clicking on the power play, and this was their ninth goal with the man advantage so far this season.Maddi Welch was credited with the shut out, as she stopped all 18 shots she faced. Her defenders stifled Penn State’s offense and held them to just one shot in the third period.Although they just scored one goal, Syracuse took 29 shots, and that was one of the focuses head coach Paul Flanagan talked about during their media availability earlier in the week. Twenty four of the shots were when the teams were at even strength.Syracuse will stay in Penn State to play the second of a back-to-back Sunday at 2 p.m.AdvertisementThis is placeholder text Comments Published on November 3, 2018 at 5:42 pm Contact Arabdho: email@example.com | @aromajumder Facebook Twitter Google+
In the third, no goals were made but there were a couple of penalties handed out to both teams.The Trackers went on to win the game 5-3.On Sunday, the Trackers played a close game against the Barons.At 6:48 into the first period, The Barons made a goal on the Trackers, making the score 1-0 at the end of the first.In period two, with 51 seconds into the period during a powerplay situation, the Trackers made an attempt for a rebound as Kurtis Lee put one into the net with a double assist from Connor Kindrat and Noah Lang, tying the score at 1-1.Advertisement With 15:30 left in the period, the Trackers took the lead as Nick Loewen shot the puck into the net with a feed from Duncan Ross and Connor Kindrat, making the score 3-2.The lead for the Trackers didn’t last long as the Barons took a shot into the net, tying the score at 3-3.Then at 7:37 left in the second, Flyers’ forward Devan Minard, with an assist from Nick Loewen and Logan Kimmie, sent the puck into the Barons’ net taking the lead 4-3.The Trackers went on to score another point, made by Nathan Brownlee with an assist by Connor Kindrat, making the score 5-3 at the end of the second.Advertisement FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The NEBC Yukon Trackers played a doubleheader against the Barons in Fort McMurray over the weekend.On Saturday, the Trackers had a productive first game as they went on to defeat the Barons.At 3:42 into the game, the Barons took the initial lead as they scored one on the Trackers.- Advertisement -Then at 6:22 into the period, Noah Lang scored on the Barons with an assist from Tyler Turner and Kurtis Lee making the score tied at 1-1.The Barons went on to break the tie making the score 2-1 at the end of the first period.At 1:05 into the second period, Duncan Ross sent one into the Barons net with a feed from Connor Brown, making the score tied at 2-2.Advertisement The rebound for the Trackers did not last long as the Barons scored a point making the score 2-1 at 10:18 left in the second frame.Then with 6:30 left in the period, the Barons went on to score another point making it 3-1 over the Trackers as they headed into the third.At 1:43 into the third period, Connor Kindrat made an unassisted goal on the Barons making the score one point behind at 3-2. This would be the only goal within the frame as the Barons went on to win the game 3-2.Up next, the Trackers will be hosting the Whitecourt TRAC Wolverines on November 3 & 4 at the North Peace Arena.