Saturday, February 5, 2022

Oswego hands Brockport a big loss

The SUNY Brockport men's ice hockey team traveled to #13 Oswego State Friday night to battle the Lakers where they fell by a score of 7-3.
Scoring Summery
Andrew Harley, Mitchell Parsons, and Jacob King scored the three goals while Connor Galloway recorded an assist on two of them. Also picking up assists in the game were Trevor Pray and Kevin Mainello
1st Period
Lots of action occurred during the first period as a total of seven goals were scored between Brockport and Oswego. The Lakers fired the first shot in the Battle of Lake Ontario scoring 3:32 into the first period of play. The Golden Eagles returned fire though scoring the next two goals. First for Brockport, Andrew Harley managed to find the back of the net 6:40 into the period with an assist from Connor Galloway and Kevin Mainello. At the 8:39 mark, Mitchell Parsons then scored for the Golden Eagles to take their own lead of the game off an assist from Trevor Pray. The Lakers would then put up three unanswered goals before Jacob King decreased Oswego's led to one off an assist by Connor Galloway.
2nd Period
Following the seven goal first period, Brockport was unable to find the back of the net in the second. Oswego State scored two goals to increase its lead to 6-3 heading into the third period of play. The Lakers goals came at 4:37 at 15:16 into the period.
3rd period
The Golden Eagles were unable to score in the third period as Oswego State put the puck in the back of the net one last time late in the game to give the Lakers a 7-3 victory over the Golden Eagles
Nolan Egbert spent all 60-minutes in goal for the Golden Eagles making a career high 45 saves against the Lakers. Steven Kozikoski was Oswego States goaltender for the game making 24 saves while allowing three goals
Brockport won 39 of 75 faceoffs in the game as Jacob King won 15 of 26 total faceoffs and Kevin Mainello winning 8 of 15 of his. Corey Tam lead the team in blocked shots blocking 3 with Scott Ramaekers and Casey Winn blocking two each. In total the Golden Eagles recorded a total of 13 blocked shots against Oswego's three.