Hockey beats WSU, before falling in OT to Daniel Webster

The Rams earned their first MASCAC win on Nov. 12 against Worcester State.

Worcester earned itself three penalties, two minutes each in the first period, but the Rams still couldn’t manage to find the back of the net until the second.

Tyler Colacchio scored only 40 seconds into the second period on a power play with assists from Jake McKinnon and Keith Barnaby.

Greg Stoya extended the lead to 2-0 in the 17th minute when Chris Andre took the puck to the net and Stoya made the shot.

Colacchio took charge again in the third period when he scored four minutes in and was assisted by Barnaby and Hayden Lyle.

The Lancers finally got on the board in the 12th minute when Mitchell Purdie won a power play.

That was as close as Worcester would get, as Cam Coburn scored the final goal of the game for FSU only four minutes later.

Coburn was assisted by Peter Mingus and Rick O’Connor after the Rams won a power play and earned a 4-1 victory.

Framingham went 2-for-8 on power plays and outshot the Lancers 39-23.

Adam Calabrese made 22 saves and earned his first win in his first collegiate start.


 

Framingham traveled to Nashua, New Hampshire to face Daniel Webster in a non-conference matchup on Nov. 14.

The score remained 0-0 in the first period as each team earned a two-minute penalty.

Daniel Webster broke the 0-0 streak early in the second period with two goals, less than 20 seconds apart.

Framingham got on the board when it won on a power play and McKinnon was able to make the shot with an assist from Lyle.

The Rams earned three penalties in the third, but managed to hold off the Eagles from scoring.

In the 12th minute, McKinnon scored again with an assist from Barnaby and made the score an even 2-2.

The rest of the period remained scoreless and the game was sent into overtime.

Daniel Webster dominated in overtime and Jeremy Hannah scored the winning goal for the Eagles less than two minutes in.

Despite the loss, the Rams outshot the Eagles 42-31 and only served five penalties, while the Eagles served seven.

Calabrese made 28 saves, but was still tagged with the loss as the Rams slip to 2-2 overall.

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