Lack of offensive support leads to loss vs. RIT

The Canisius College hockey team wasn’t able to duplicate it’s 3-1 victory against the RIT Tigers from Oct. 20 last night at the Buffalo State Ice Arena. Instead, the away team flipped the script with a 3-1 win of its own in front of a crowd made up mostly of energetic Tiger fans. Sophomore goaltender … Continue reading

2011 NCAA Hockey Tournament Bracket

With their 1-0 Shutout over RIT last night, the Air Force Falcons are the Atlantic Hockey Champions and have a bid in the NCAA tournament. Due to the fact that I did not fill out a March Madness bracket (I know, that’s pretty lame), I decided to fill out a bracket for the NCAA Hockey … Continue reading

Canisius 3, Holy Cross 2 (OT)

It seemed like a very poor way to end the season for the Griffs going into the third period, down 2-0 with very little offensive chances. The lackluster game turned into one of the biggest and most exciting games this season, as the Griffs won 3-2 in overtime to force a third game tomorrow night … Continue reading

Pod Standings and Playoff Implications

  The last set of games for the Griffs hold importance for their 2010-2011 Atlantic Hockey playoff run. They will face the Mercyhurst Lakers in a home-and-home series starting tonight at Buff State Ice Arena at 7:05 p.m. The second game will be in Erie, PA tomorrow night at the same time. Below are the … Continue reading

Offensive woes plague Griffs against rivals – The Griffin – Sports

Here is my article from this week’s Griffin, which covers both of the recent games against RIT and the Thursday night game against Niagara. The Griffs go to Dwyer Arena tonight at 7:05 p.m. for a rematch against the Purple Eagles. The game will be broadcast on Time Warner Cable Sportsnet. Offensive woes plague Griffs … Continue reading