Men's hockey drops road game at Trinity

Contact: William Sodoma
Date: February 10, 2013
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Cory McGrath (Dustin Satloff Photography)

HARTFORD, Conn. --- Despite 34 shots on goal, the Colby College men's hockey team allowed three goals in each of the final two periods on the way to a 7-2 loss to Trinity College in NESCAC play Sunday.

Colby falls to 4-14-3 overall and 2-11-2 in the conference, while Trinity moves to 12-5-3 overall and 9-3-3 in the league.
The Bantams led 1-0 after an unassisted first period score by Jackson Brewer at 7:45. Brewer finished with three goals.

Michael DiCenso scored his first of the season at 1:53 and Trinity went up 3-0 in John Hawkrigg's goal at 4:15.

The Mules needed just 13 seconds to cut the margin to 3-1 after Hawkrigg's score. Senior co-captain Cory McGrath scored his sixth of the season from Nick Lanza at 4:28. Lanza has 12 assists on the season.
Trinity may have sealed the win with a shorthanded score at 15:51 of the second period by Will Gray for a 4-1 margin after two periods.
Brewer added his second goal just 42 seconds into the third period, but the Mules did answer when Jack Bartlett scored off assists from Matt Gelnaw and Nick Trepp at 9:46. The Bantams added two more goals in the final nine minutes.
Jordan Nathan made 37 saves in net for Colby and had at least 11 saves in each period. Benjamin Coulthard stopped 32 shots for Trinity.

Trinity 7, Colby 2
Colby  0#1#1---2
Trinity 1#3#3---7
1st period
T: Jackson Brewer, 7:45
2nd period
T: Michael DiCenso (Will Gray, Greg Rooney), 3:55
T: John Hawkrigg (Jackson Brewer, Zach Lombardi), 4:15
C: Cory McGrath (Nick Lanza), 4:28
T: Will Gray (Conor Coveney), 15:51
3rd period
T: Jackson Brewer (John Hawkrigg), :42
C: Jack Bartlett (Matt Gelnaw, Nick Trepp), 9:46
T: Jackson Brewer (Michael Flynn, Zach Lombardi), 11:42
T: John Hawkrigg (Zach Lombardi, Paul Burns), 15:51
Shots: Colby 34, Trinity 44. Power play: Colby 0-3, Trinity 1-1. Penalties/Minutes: Colby 1/2, Trinity 3/6. Goalies: Jordan Nathan (Colby, 60:00, 7 GA, 37 saves); Benjamin Coulthard (Trinity, 60:00, 2 GA, 32 saves).

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