Bobcats down MIT in front of full house

Final score: Bates College 5, MIT 2
1st period / 17:43 - W. Chaput (6) from C. Chaput, M. Davee
2nd period / 6:25 - R. Cosgrove (1) from D. Roop, C. Clark
3rd period / 6:00 - W. Chaput (7) from C. Chaput, M. Davee
3rd period / 9:45 - M. Davee (1) from W. Chaput,
3rd period / 18:11 - R. Cosgrove (2) from C. Clark

BC Eagles hand Bobcats second loss

Final score: Boston College 7, Bates College 1
2nd period - W. Chaput (5) from M. Davee, P. Troiano

Bates falls to Boston College

League play began for Bates on Saturday, November 14 in Foxboro, MA. The Bobcats took on the Boston College Eagles in a road match up against the #2 ranked team in the Northeast.

The Eagles struck first, 5:55 into the first period, on a shot that found its way past a slew of players in a mad scramble for the puck and into the back of net. As a physical first period was winding down with the score still 1-0 favoring Boston College, Wes Chaput '10 streaked down the right flank with the puck, past an Eagles defenseman, and across the crease before burying the puck into the back of the twine to even the score at 1-1. The goal came with just 15 seconds remaining in the first period and sent the teams to the locker rooms knotted on the scoreboard.

Bates begins NECHA play against Boston College

After a stunning comeback win last Sunday evening against UMaine, the Bobcats will hit the ice again on Saturday, November 14 at 4:20 PM. Bates will take on the #2 ranked in the Northeast Boston College Eagles on the road in the Foxboro Sports Center (directions below). Last season Boston College topped the American Conference (East) while Bates College won the Colonial Conference (North). The two teams did not meet last year having last played on January 26, 2008. Bates lost the game 5-3 as Wes Chaput '10 carried the offense with two goals and an assist.

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Bobcats claw back for an OT victory over UMaine

Bates opened their season in fine fashion on Sunday, November 8 in Orono, ME. The Bobcats faced off against the University of Maine in Alfond Arena to open the 2009-2010 hockey season. The Bobcats and Black Bears took a scoreless game into the second period before UMaine was able to break the game open. The Black Bears struck three times in the second period and took a 3-0 lead into the final period of regulation.

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