AUS Men's Hockey Weekly Round Up: Week 11

AUS Men's Hockey Weekly Round Up: Week 11

Wednesday, Jan. 10

Moncton 5 vs. Saint Mary's 8 (Box Score
(HALIFAX, N.S.) The Saint Mary's Huskies earned a 8-5 victory over the Universite de Moncton Aigles Bleus in a high-scoring affair Wednesday night at the Halifax Forum. Anthony Repaci led the way for Saint Mary's with a hat-trick, while Noah Zilbert added a goal and two assists, and Stephen Shipley, Michael CurtisJake Coughler, and Thomas Stavert each got on the board for the Huskies. Joey Richard scored twice for the Aigles Bleus, while Vincent Deslauriers, Jean-François Plante, and Alexis Roy also tallied for Moncton in the loss. Read more: Recap

Friday, Jan. 12

UPEI 2 vs. StFX 5 (Box Score)
(ANTIGONISH, N.S.) The StFX X-Men topped the visiting UPEI Panthers 5-2 in AUS play Friday night at the Keating Centre. Goals for the X-Men in their win came from Cole MacDonald (PP), Matt Needham (2), Cody Hendsbee, and Mark Tremaine, while Gabe Geurtler and Beau McCue (PP) got on the board for the Panthers. Read more: Recap

Saint Mary's 2 vs. Acadia 6 (Box Score)
(WOLFVILLE, N.S.) The Acadia Axemen downed the visiting Saint Mary's Huskies 6-2 in Wolfville Friday evening. Of the eight goals scored on the night, six came on the power-play, with the Axemen going 5-for-7 on the man-advantage for the night. Goals for the Axemen in their victory came from Boston Leier, Sam Fioretti (2), Kyle Farrell (2), and Ryan Foss. Steven Shipley and Stephen Johnson tallied a goal apiece for the Huskies in their loss. Read more: Recap

UNB 6 vs. Dalhousie 3 (Box Score)
(HALIFAX, N.S.) The UNB Varsity Reds doubled the Dalhousie Tigers 6-3, Friday night in Halifax, in a game that saw plenty of scoring and a fast pace. UNB opened the scoring when Subway Player of the Game Dylan Willick scored on a short-handed breakaway at the 1:37 mark of the opening frame. Other goal scorers for the Varsity Reds in their victory were Tristan Pomerleau, Mike Thomas, Alexandre Goulet, Kris Bennett, and Stephen Anderson (PP). Reid Murphy scored both a powerplay and even strength goal for the Tigers, with teammate Jonathan Cyr adding a tally in the loss. Read more: Recap

Saturday, Jan. 13

UNB 2 vs. StFX 1 (SO) (Box Score)
(ANTIGONISH, N.S.) The battle of top ranked U SPORTS men's hockey teams did not disappoint as the No. 3 UNB Varsity Reds defeated the No. 1 StFX X-Men 2-1 in a shootout at the Charles V. Keating Centre Saturday night. The near-capacity crowd was treated to a very physical 60 minutes of regulation play, five minutes of 3-on-3 overtime and the shootout that featured Varsity Reds newcomer Alexandre Goulet score the game winner. Read more: Recap

UPEI 1 vs. Dalhousie 4 (Box Score)
(HALIFAX, N.S.) The Dalhousie Tigers hosted the UPEI Panthers at the Halifax Forum for a 4-1 win on Saturday night. Dalhousie got off to a head start in the first with help from two late period goals from Chandler Yakimowicz and Colton Heffley. Dalhousie's Reid Murphy scored the lone goal of the second, allowing the Tigers to hold a 3-0 edge heading into the final period. At the 5:30 mark of the third, UPEI's Marcus Power got the Panthers on the board with a powerplay tally, but their comeback attempt would fall short as Andrew Shewfelt added an empty-netter for the Tigers, allowing Dalhousie to walk away with the 4-1 victory. Read more: Recap

Acadia 4 vs. Moncton 2 (Box Score
(MONCTON, N.B.) The Acadia Axemen visited the Universite de Moncton Aigles Bleus Saturday night, skating to a 4-2 road win. Ryan Foss got things started for the Axemen early in the opening period with a goal at the 4:33 mark, allowing Acadia to hold a 1-0 lead after the first period. The Aigles Bleus tied things up in the second, as a tally from Jean-Francois Plante at the 5:24 mark tied the game at 1-1. With just under four minutes remaing in the second, the Axemen regained their lead with a powerplay tally from Remy Giftopoulos and a goal from Taylor Makin, to take a 3-1 lead into the final frame. The third saw Acadia pull ahead by three, with Michael Zipp getting on the board. Despite a powerplay goal from Moncton's Vincent Deslauriers in the third, the Axemen managed to hold on and earn the 4-2 victory.