Thursday, February 3, 2022

Brockport wins rare Wednesday affair

 The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team (13-6-1, 6-4-1) traveled to Morrisville (7-11-1, 2-9) on Wednesday night for a SUNYAC contest where the Golden Eagles won 5-2 and are headed home with three points.
Robert Flannery, Andrew Harley, Casey Winn, Mitchell Parsons and Scott Ramaekers all scored goals for the Golden Eagles in the game with Ramaekers, Chris Aarons, Jacob King, Trevor Pray, Corey Tam and Jake Mendeszoon all recording an assist.
1st Period
Both teams defense would start off strong as neither side would allow a single goal as Brockport's Goaltender Nolan Egbert (10-3-1) saved six shots in the scoreless period. For the Mustangs Garrett Boyonoski (3-5) saved 10 shots in the period.
 2nd Period
Brockport's Robert Flannery would record the first goal in the game 4:11 into the second period off an assist from Chris Aarons. With the Mustangs down by one they would record two goals with two minutes of Flannery's goal to put Morrisville up 2-1 over Brockport. The two goals would be the only ones for Morrisville as Harley would keep his point streak alive scoring 12:15 into the second period off an assist from Jacob King. Harley's goal would keep his five game point streak alive and tie the game up heading into the final period of regulation at 2-2.
3rd Period
The Golden Eagles would wait long taking the lead 2:02 into the third period off a goal from defensemen Casey Winn to give Brockport the 3-2 lead. Winn's goal came off assists from Scott Ramaekers and Trevor Pray. 10:34 into the period Mitchell Parsons would make Brockport's lead a little more comfortable recording the Green and Gold's fourth goal of the game with an assist from Co-Captain Corey Tam. With Brockport leading 4-2 they gained an insurance goal from Scott Ramaekers with an assist from Jake Mendeszoon as the final goal of the game to give Brockport the victory with the final score being 5-2.
Nolan Egbert earned his tenth career win in goal as a Golden Eagle following tonight's win. the goaltender made 19 saves playing all 60-minutes in the teams win. meanwhile Garret Boyonski recorded his fifth loss for Morrisville this year making a total of 27 saves and allowing five goals.
Jacob King won 9-of-17 of his faceoffs while Kevin Mainello was dominant in the circle winning 8-of-10 of his faceoffs against the Mustangs.
SUNYAC Standings:
With five games remaining and the top six teams in the conference reaching the SUNYAC Tournament the current standings and point system are listed below as of 2/2/22.
Conference point system
3 points for Win
2 Points for OT Win
1 Point for OT Loss/Tie

SUNYAC Rank Team Points Record (Conference/Overall)
#1 #2 SUNY Geneseo 28 (9-0-1), (17-1-1)
#2 #13 Oswego State 28 (9-1-1), (14-4-1)
#3 Plattsburgh State 20 (7-4-1), (11-7-3)
#4 SUNY Brockport 19 (6-4-1), (13-6-1)
#5 SUNY Cortland 17 (5-5-1), (10-9-1)
#6 Fredonia 15 (5-5), (7-7-1)
#7 Buffalo State 7 (2-8), (4-14)
#8 Morrisville State 6 (2-8), (7-10-1)
#9 SUNY Potsdam 4 (1-10-1), (2-15-1)
What's Next
The Golden Eagles will be on the road this Friday to take on #13 Oswego State (14-4-1, 9-1-1) at the Deborah F. Stanley Arena & Convocation Center in Oswego, NY. To view SUNY Oswego's Indoor Spectator Policy, you can click here. The game is set for Friday, February 4th at 7:00 PM and will see Oswego host its Pride Night along with honoring its senior skaters for Senior Night. The following night SUNY Brockport will host SUNY Cortland (10-9-1, 5-5-1) at the Tuttle North Ice Arena in Brockport, NY. That game is set to begin at 7 PM.
Teddy Bear Toss & Winter Whiteout

The Teddy Bear Toss and Winter Whiteout game will return next Friday, February 11th at 7:00 PM against Buffalo State as presented by Brockport's Student-Athlete Advisory Committee. Everyone who brings a teddy bear will receive free admission and make sure to come wearing white for the Winter Whiteout