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Contact: William Sodoma
Date: January 8, 2008
MILTON, Mass. --- T.J. Kelley became the 15th player in Colby College men's hockey history to reach 100 career points after dishing three assists to help the Mules to 4-2 non-conference win over Curry College on Tuesday night.
Kelley has 46 goals and 56 assists for 102 points in 76 career games at Colby. He leads the Mules this season in scoring with nine goals and 10 assists for 19 points.
Josh Reber, who also reached 100 career points earlier this season, added two goals and one assist for Colby (5-4). Arthur Fritch finished with one goal and two assists and should be the next Mule to 100 points after reaching 95 for his career.
With the score 2-2, Fritch scored on the power play off assists from Michael Belliveau and Reber with 6:27 left in the game. Eric Simmons added an insurance goal with less than three minutes remaining off passes from Adam Marino and Kelley.
The Mules led 2-1 after one period and no team scored in the second. Kelley reached 100 career points as he and Fritch assisted on a power play goal by Reber at 10:02. After a Curry goal at 15:31, Reber got his second goal with just 1:08 remaining in the period from Fritch and Kelley.
Cody McKinney stopped 21 shots for the Mules.
Colby 4, Curry 2
Colby (PP): Josh Reber (T.J. Kelley, Arthur Fritch), 10:02
Curry: James Pentecost (Nate Robiel), 15:31
Colby: Josh Reber (Arthur Fritch, T.J. Kelley), 18:52
Curry: James Pentecost (Allen Mihai, Tim Grace), 10:51
Colby (PP): Arthur Fritch (Michael Belliveau, Josh Reber), 13:33
Colby: Eric Simmons (Adam Marino, T.J. Kelley), 17:18
Shots: Colby 25, Curry 23. Goalies: Cody McKinney (Colby, 60:00, 2 GA, 21 saves); Steven Jakiel (Curry, 60:00, 4 GA, 21 saves).