Saturday, November 13, 2021

Brockport wins big on Senior Night

 The #20 SUNY Brockport ice hockey team shutout the visiting Potsdam Bears by a score of 3-0. Prior to the game the Golden Eagle's took time to honor eight seniors who have dedicated their time to Brockport and its ice hockey program.
The Golden Eagles have now won four straight games to begin the season. Brockport has only accomplished this feat twice in program history. The most recent being in 1980 when the team won five straight games to open the year. If Brockport defeats Plattsburgh tomorrow night, it will tie the all-time program record for wins to start the season with five.
After a scoreless first period from both sides, Mitchell Parsons recorded the first goal in the game at the 02:21 mark of the second period off assists from Ryan Romeo and Cam Barbagallo on a 5-3 Brockport power-play. The assists marked the first of Cam Barbagallo's colligate career.
Brockport would find the back of the net again in the second period off a power-play opportunity when Jacob King scored at the 10:18 mark. Assisting King on the play were Ryan Romeo and Andrew Harley.
Recording the third and final goal in the game was Connor Galloway. Galloway's goal came at the 13:49 mark of the second period and was the first collegiate goal of Galloway's career. Picking up assists on the play were King and Harley.
Nolan Egbert was a brick wall in goal for the Golden Eagles tonight. He recorded the second shutout of his career after saving 25 shots against Potsdam.
Heading into tomorrow's matchup against Plattsburgh State, when asked about how the team is feeling Head Coach Brian Dickinson had to comment.
"The guys are feeling pretty good about the way they're playing. Taking one game at a time. Tonight, was a great testament to the leadership our seniors are providing us right now."