Men's hockey falls to Salve Regina, 4-3

Contact: William Sodoma
Date: November 25, 2012
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Tommy Kader had two assists Sunday. (Dustin Satloff Photography)

WATERVILLE, Maine --- Despite two goals from Colby College's Nick Lanza, William Gomolinski scored 1:38 into the third period and that goal stood up the rest of the way as the Salve Regina men's hockey team held on for a 4-3 win over the Mules in the Bowdoin-Colby Face-Off Classic on Sunday at Alfond Rink.

Gomolinski scored his fourth goal of the season off an assist from Peter Gintoli.

Lanza, who scored a pair of goals to raise his season total to five, helped the Mules (1-4 overall) earn a 1-0 lead when he scored at 3:51 off the fourth assist of the season from Ben Chwick.

The Seahawks tied the game at 1-1 after one period when Michael Naso scored with 2:43 to intermission from Alex Barr.

Salve Regina (3-6 overall) received an unassisted goal at 3:14 of the second period from Marc Biggs, his seventh tally of the season.

Lanza tied the game again at 2-2 at 14:11 of the second period from Tommy Kader, but the Seahawks needed just 20 seconds to go up 3-2 on Cameron Gaudet's fourth goal of the season from Shaun Altshuller and Naso.

Colby first-year Mike DeBello scored his first collegiate goal on the power play at 17:20 to make it 3-3 after two. Kader had his second assist of the night and Ray Zeek also assisted.

Mike McDonald had 22 saves in net for the Seahawks, while Colby's Matt Delaney also made 22 saves.

Salve Regina 4, Colby 3
Salve Regina 1#2#1---4
Colby  1#2#0---3
1st period
C: Nick Lanza (Ben Chwick), 3:51
SR: Michael Naso (Alex Barr), 17:13
2nd period
SR: Marc Biggs, 3:14
C: Nick Lanza (Tommy Kader), 14:11
SR: Cameron Gaudet (Shaun Altshuller, Michael Naso), 14:31
C: Mike DeBello (Ray Zeek, Tommy Kader), 17:20, PP
3rd period
SR: William Gomolinski (Peter Gintoli), 1:38
Shots: Salve Regina 26, Colby 25. Power plays: Salve Regina 0-2, Colby 1-4. Penalties-Minutes: Salve Regina 5-10, Colby 3-6. Goalies: Mike McDonald (SR, 60:00, 3 GA, 22 saves); Matt Delaney (Colby, 59:19, 4 GA, 22 saves).



 
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