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Amid Struggles, Career Milestone for Beaney

By Charlie Ascher

February 11, 2015

The Middlebury men’s hockey team have had a tough past two weeks that ended in a milestone achievement. The Panthers lost to Tufts 2-1 and were shut out by Connecticut College 3-0 in two away games on Jan. 30 and 31 before returning to Kenyon Arena the next week and losing to fourth-ranked Trinity in ov...

Men’s Hockey Beats Top-Ranked Foes

By Charlie Ascher

January 21, 2015

The Middlebury men’s hockey team had their best showing of the season, displaying a true commitment to defense in their victories over third-ranked Plattsburgh (3-1), and second-ranked Norwich (3-0). The Panthers started off the weekend on the road with a tough matchup against the Plattsburgh Cardinals...

Men’s Hockey Sits at 2-2 in 2015

By Charlie Ascher

January 14, 2015

The Middlebury men’s hockey team has begun to turn things around. In their last two home games of the fall semester the Panthers lost 5-3 to Amherst and then shelled Hamilton in a 6-2 victory. The team then returned to action on Jan. 2 in the New Years College Hockey Classic in Lake Placid where they...

Tough Going Early on for Hockey Men

The Middlebury women’s hockey team captured a big early-season victory over national number-four Gustavus Adolphus on Sunday, Nov. 30, in the Panther/Cardinal Classic hosted by Plattsburgh. Just six games into the season, Middlebury has already faced three of the top four teams in the country, owning a record of 4-2 during the early-season stretch.

By Charlie Ascher

December 3, 2014

It was a busy two weeks for the Middlebury men’s hockey team. After a disappointing first weekend of action in which the Panthers lost to Bowdoin 6-0 and tied Colby 2-2 on the road, the team opened up their home schedule with games against NESCAC rivals Tufts and Connecticut College. The Panthers tied Tuf...

Men’s Hockey Preview

By Charlie Ascher

December 3, 2014

2013-14 record: 11-11-3 Captains: George Ordway ’15 & Derek Pimentel ’15 The Middlebury men’s hockey team is looking to improve upon their .500 record from last year. The 2013-14 season could only be described as up-and-down, with three three-game losing streaks and two three-game winning str...

Men’s Hockey Shutout by Bowdoin in Opener

By Charlie Ascher

November 19, 2014

The Middlebury Men’s Hockey team did not start out the season the way they would have liked. The Panthers fell to Bowdoin 6-0, then tied Colby 2-2 in back to back away games on Nov. 15 and 16. Vincent Gisonti ’18, who scored the first goal of his collegiate hockey career, and Jake Charles ’16 tallied...

Men’s Hockey Iced in NESCAC Playoff

The men’s hockey season came to an end with the 6-3 loss against Bowdoin on Saturday, Mar. 1 at home during the quarterfinal round of the NESCAC playoffs. (Campus/O'Hara)

By John Wyman

March 5, 2014

A pain as heavy as a half-dozen hockey players followed Middlebury’s season-ending 6-3 loss to Bowdoin on Saturday, March 1. The Panthers saw an early lead slip away before the game became out-of-reach late. Louis Belisle ’14 led the Panthers on offense, scoring two trademark power-play goals,...

Men’s Hockey Earns Home Ice in Playoffs

By John Wyman

February 26, 2014

Middlebury (11-10-3) won big this weekend over Amherst and Hamilton to earn home ice advantage for the NESCAC quarterfinals, which will take place versus Bowdoin in Kenyon Arena this Saturday, March 1. Robbie Dobrowski ’15 fired in the late game winner to dispose of Amherst, and the seniors contributed...

Men’s Hockey Squeaks by Williams in OT Thrillers

By John Wyman

February 19, 2014

Men’s hockey captain Louis Belisle ’14 delivered a game-winner with forty seconds remaining in the overtime period against Williams on Saturday, Feb. 15 to win by a score of 2-1. Middlebury also played Williams to a 1-1 tie at the Ephs home rink on Friday, Feb. 14, with Liam Moorfield-Yee ’16 squeezing...

Men’s Hockey Stumble in Conference Play

By John Wyman

February 12, 2014

It is gut check time for the Middlebury men’s hockey team (8-10-2) who will face four must-win games in the coming two weekends to salvage a season that never quite lifted off the ground. In the past three weekends, Middlebury lost to Bowdoin, then beat Colby and Tufts before losing three straight...

Men’s Hockey Bested by Local Rivals on Home Turf

Plattsburgh’s Alex Jensen beats Middlebury goalkeeper Nick BonDurant ’14 for a third-period goal to cement the Cardinals’ 4-2 win. (Campus/Paul Gerrard)

By John Wyman

January 23, 2014

Ten games remain for the mystifying Middlebury men’s hockey team (6-6-2), who fell short this weekend against two strong out-of-conference opponents, fourth-ranked Plattsburgh (14-1-2) and fifth-ranked Norwich (12-3-2). Seventeen hundred fans came out on Friday night and juiced up Kenyon arena —...

Panthers Finding Form After Beaney Notches 500th Win

By John Wyman

January 15, 2014

The Middlebury men’s hockey team glided past the midway point of their season at 6-4-2 (4-3-1 in NESCAC).  December closed with two disappointing NESCAC losses to Amherst and Hamilton, but 2014 began with two victories over St. Michaels and Neumann, as Middlebury seized the Holiday Classic tournament...

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