Men’s hockey edged by Holy Cross, rebounds by lighting up Harvard

The Bates men’s hockey team suffered a setback in their playoff race last Friday, losing 5-3 to the Holy Cross crusaders before bouncing back on a road trip to beat Harvard 6-4. The Bobcats moved to a 2-1-2 league record in splitting the two-game weekend set.

Men’s hockey dominates St. Joseph’s College

In the beginning of a busy stretch during the second half of the season last Thursday, Bates men’s hockey earned a resounding 10-2 victory over St. Joseph’s College. Although the Bobcats missed an alluring opportunity to compete against a dominant Southern New Hampshire due to treacherous travel conditions, they have plenty of important challenges in their near future.

Second Half Starts with Blowout over MIT

Bates men’s hockey destroyed the MIT Engineers in a 7-2 barn burner last Friday, demonstrating that they have the potential to be one of the most dangerous teams on the ice in the second half of the season.

Men’s hockey keeps pace with league, Poised for second half breakout

The Bates men’s hockey team endured a tough three-game stretch against some very good teams over the weekend, as the Bobcats lost 4-2 to Bowdoin on Thursday, tied Merrimack 1-1 on Friday, then lost a heartbreaker 6-5 at Holy Cross in a brutal Sunday night game. The game against Bowdoin (who sent some of their varsity players to play) was not a league contest, so has no consequences for Bates’ postseason aspirations. Only the matchups against league-leading Merrimack and Holy Cross matter for the standings, and the loss/tie combination moves Bates’ league record to 0-1-2.

Hockey begins season with tie of Harvard, then dismantles UMaine

Despite their failure to complete a dominant performance Saturday night against Harvard with a win, the Bates men’s hockey squad has started the season in impressive fashion. In an intense, physical matchup against the Crimson, Bates tied 3-3, with senior captain Chris DeBrase scoring the opener and senior assistant captain Sean Thomas adding two nifty goals. Although Bates disappointingly allowed two Harvard goals in the final four minutes, their power play success, cohesiveness, and grittiness are all positives they can carry into the season.

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