Union settles for split at Canisius

Union settles for split at Canisius

The Union College men's hockey team dropped a 4-0 decision to Canisius, as the Golden Griffins battled back to force a weekend split with the Dutchmen on Saturday night at LECOM Harborcenter.
 
With the loss Union drops to 2-8-0 on the season, while Canisius picks up its first win and improves to 1-4-0.
 
Summary

  • Canisius scored in the first period, but Union held the Griffins from further scoring during the second period.
  • Union out-shot Canisius 20-17 through the first two periods, but the Golden Griffins out-shot the Dutchmen 13-3 in the third period.
  • Canisius scored one goal on six power-play opportunities, while the Dutchmen were held scoreless through five chances.
  • Darion Hanson made 26 saves in the contest, while Matt Ladd stopped all 23 shots he faced on the other end of the ice.
Statistical Comparison

Men's Hockey Stats Comparison at Canisius - Nov. 2, 2019


Up Next for the Dutchmen
Union returns to Messa Rink next weekend, Nov. 8-9, to host Clarkson and St. Lawrence. Both conference games will start at 7 p.m. (ET).