Men's ice hockey finishes in sixth, to play Ephs in first playoff round
While cold winter conditions continue to lay siege to campus, the Polar Bears kept things hot on the ice in the last weekend of the regular season. Bowdoin strolled to a 4-1 win last Friday against St. Michael's College and fell just short Saturday, losing 2-1 to Norwich University. On Friday, Bowdoin scored early as Kit Smith '11 lit the lamp with 4:28 gone in the first period. In what would prove to be a good game, Kyle Hardy '11 notched the assist on that goal.
Men's hockey enters final weekend
The men's hockey team will play its final two league matches this weekend, looking for wins against St. Michaels and Norwich. Last week the team enjoyed limited success last weekend as it defeated the Wesleyan Cardinals 5-3 before falling to the Trinity Bantams in a hard-fought 3-0 loss. Wesleyan started the game with a bang, scoring after only 16 seconds into the first period.
Overtime split for men's hockey
The men's hockey team twice battled its way into overtime last weekend, beating Hamilton on Friday and then slipping to Amherst on Saturday. "We played really hard," said Mike Corbelle '10. "We showed a lot more grit than we had for a lot of the rest of the season." On Friday, the Continentals took the lead early in the first period with only 31 seconds elapsed. Colin MacCormack '10 struck back with only eight seconds remaining in the first on a power play.
Men's hockey plunders win from Vikings
The men's hockey team returned to its winning ways with a 4-1 trouncing of Salem State University Friday night followed by a hard-fought 6-6 draw with the University of Southern Maine (USM) Saturday evening. The Bears hauled their way up to sixth in the NESCAC table following this weekend's action. Bowdoin struck early to set the tone for the game against Salem State. Brunswick native Kit Smith '11 lit the lamp with 1:27 gone in the first as he beat the Vikings' goalie off a quick shot from a face-off in the offensive zone.
Men's hockey on a losing streak
The men's hockey team fell through the ice last weekend as they lost to Connecticut College and Tufts University, 3-1 and 5-3, respectively. Last Friday in New London, Connecticut College carried a precarious 1-0 lead into the second intermission. However, the Camels exploded out after the break with a goal just 16 seconds into the period. Leland Fidler '10 responded with a short-handed, unassisted goal at 9:40, but the Camels fought back just under a minute later with their third and the game's final goal at 10:39.
Hockey teams take Watson by storm
Crowds pushed through the snow last Sunday to see the men's and women's hockey teams christen the new Sidney J. Watson Arena.
Men?s ice hockey splits, now 3-1-1 in conference
The high-flying men's hockey team was brought down to Earth following a weekend of difficult away games. The Polar Bears defeated Castleton Friday night 5-3 before slipping Saturday in Saratoga Springs, N.Y., in a 6-4 loss against Skidmore, their first loss of the season. The Bears were quick to establish a first period lead against Castleton as Brunswick native Kit Smith '11 notched the game's first goal at 12:35.
Bears outskate, outscore Mules, undefeated entering weekend play
Despite the onset of dark and dreary winter, men's hockey lit up campus Tuesday night as the Bears downed Colby 3-1 in the most recent installment of one of NESCAC's most passionate and heated rivalries. Mike Corbelle '10 got Bowdoin on the board with 7:34 gone in the first period as he struck home following hard work from Tommy Herd '11 and Graham Sisson '12.