Six different Bobcats score in 6-2 victory over UMaine

Stellar play from freshman netminder Joe Dell'Erario '13 propelled the Bobcats to an easy non-league win over the 9th ranked University of Maine Black Bears on Sunday, January 24.
Paul Troiano carries the puck up the ice against two UMaine backcheckers. (Photo by Meg Curran)

Northeastern's late surge sinks Bobcats in 6-4 loss

The Bobcats suffered a second tough loss in as many days to the Northeastern University Huskies on Sunday, January 17. Despite holding the lead after two periods, Bates fell by a final margin of 6-4.
Cam Chaput, Kyle Aulet, and Wes Chaput celebrate with Garrett Kopeski after his second goal of the game.

Miles Davee's four goals aren't enough as Northeastern wins 7-6 in an overtime thriller

Bates opened the 2010 portion of their season at home in front of a raucous crowd in Underhill Arena on January 16. Both teams set the tone early with physical play in an otherwise uneventful first period. The Bobcats and Huskies combined for nine penalties in the first period alone, and 22 total in the game. Northeastern struck first with under two minutes to go in the first stanza. Just 16 seconds later Charley Stern '13 and Cam Chaput '12 dug the puck out of the corner and fed a waiting Wes Chaput '10 who buried a wrist shot from the slot to even the score.
Wes and Cam Chaput celebrate with Miles Davee after one of his four goals. (Photo by Meg Curran)

Bates downs Bryant 8-6, Wes Chaput gets hat trick, American Conference goal lead

After a slow start in NECHA play, Bates has come on as of late by winning four in a row over the past two weeks. After defeating American Conference foes Bridgewater State (twice) and MIT, the Bobcats took down Bryant University 8-6 in Underhill Arena on Sunday, December 13.

Cam Chaput '12 helped the Bobcats start the game on the right note as he coasted end-to-end against a porous Bryant defense before Wes Chaput '10 cleaned up a rebound for a goal just 3:13 after the opening puck drop.

Bobcats shutout Bridgewater State in dominant fashion

Final score: Bates College 5, Bridgewater State 0
1st period / 2:35 - C. Chaput (4) from W. Chaput
1st period / 5:17 - M. Davee (2) from C. Chaput, W. Chaput
2nd period / 2:24 - D. Roop (1) from M. Ohlheiser, M. Williams
2nd period / 11:14 - M. Davee (3) from C. Chaput, W. Chaput
3rd period / 4:46 - W. Chaput (10) from C. Chaput, M. Davee

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