BEVERLY, Mass. – The Curry College men's ice hockey team fell to Endicott College, 11-0, Thursday night in Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) action at Raymond J. Bourque Arena. Prior to the game, Hockey Hall of Famer and Boston Bruins legend Ray Bourque, Endicott President Dr. Richard E. Wylie, and CCC Commissioner Gregg M. Kaye took part in a ceremonial puck drop to officially introduce Endicott into the conference.
The Gulls used 10 different goal scorers in their record-breaking win, as Jack Musil (Hull, England) put home two markers to pace the squad. Endicott also received solo tallies from Jason Kalinowski (Stamford, Conn.), Cam Bleck (Lake Forest, Ill.), Brendan Shane (Rochester, N.Y.), Ryan Dougherty (Sterling Heights, Mich.), Tommy Besinger (Milton, Mass.), Logan Day (Seminole, Fla.), Josh Bowes (Edmonton, Alberta, Canada), John Carricato (Ridge, N.Y.), and Ross Olsson (Billerica, Mass.).
Junior goaltender Kevin Aldridge (Birmingham, Mich.) stopped 23 shots to improve to 4-2-2 overall, and record his fourth career shutout, while Brett Sinclair (St. Catharines, Ontario) had 20 saves in the loss (4-2-1).
BEYOND THE BOX SCORE
• Endicott broke three single-game team records (most goals – 11 | most assists – 17 | most points – 28) in tonight's victory.
• Musil also tied the single-game record for most goals with two, while Shane, Lisk, and Olsson tied the single-game assist record with three helpers apiece.
• On top of that, Shane and Olsson both tied the single-game record for most points (4), while Shane's short-handed goal at 9:05 of the second is tied for the most in a single-contest as well.
• Endicott's 11 goals tonight ranks tied for second in a single-game in all of NCAA Division III this season.
• The Gulls are currently on a five-game winning streak.
FOR THE COLONELS
• Backup netminder Spencer Cookson (Sheffield, Mass.) notched 10 saves in 23:22 of action off the bench.
• Ellery O'Hara (Toronto, Ontario) blocked a team-high four shots.
• Adam Valadao (Ajax, Ontario) compiled a game-high 17 face-off wins.
Endicott (5-2-2, 4-2-1 CCC) hosts Western New England University this Saturday in a league matchup at 1:40 p.m. Curry (4-3-1, 4-2-1 CCC) travels to the University of New England on Saturday for a conference game at 7 p.m. (Game Recap Courtesy of Endicott Sports Information)