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Oswego Lakers advance to SUNYAC Championship Game

OSWEGO, N.Y. – The top-seeded and nationally second-ranked Oswego State men’s ice hockey team posted a convincing 6-2 victory over fourth-seeded and national-No. 13/14 Buffalo State in the SUNYAC Championship semifinal on Saturday night in the Marano Campus Center Arena. With the win, Oswego advances to the title game at 7 p.m. next Saturday and will host No. 2 and ...

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Otters Unable to Claw Back, Lose 4-2 to Attack

Playing their third game in three days, the Erie Otters traveled to Owen Sound for their last game against Western Conference rival Attack this season. The Otters were missing several notable players from the lineup, including Anthony Cirelli and Kyle Maksimovich. Owen Sound started the first period with an extended bout of offensive pressure, putting up eight shots through the ...

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Otters Rebound With 7-3 Victory in Barrie

Just one night removed from slumping to a 4-2 defeat against the Guelph Storm–the OHL’s nineteenth-placed team–the Erie Otters continued their weekend journey through Ontario to face the OHL’s twentieth-placed team, the Barrie Colts. Erie goaltender Troy Timpano, who had not played since January due to severe pneumonia, received the start in net. The Otters rebounded from their loss to ...

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5 Lakers selected for SUNYAC All Conference team

CORTLAND, N.Y. – Five members of the No. 2/2 Oswego State men’s ice hockey team have been selected for the State University of New York Athletic Conference (SUNYAC) All-Conference team, voted by league coaches and released by the league office on Thursday afternoon. Defender Stephen Johnson was named to the All-Conference First Team, while being named Defensive Player of the Year. Meanwhile, Kenny ...

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Otters Succumb to Storm 4-2

With a record fourteen straight wins coming into Friday night, the Otters headed back on the road to face the Storm in Guelph looking to solidify their reputation as the CHL’s best team. They were unable to do so as they slumped to a 4-2 loss to the Guelph Storm. The Otters, perhaps expecting an easy victory against the OHL’s ...

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Buffalo Stars U18 MOHL finds success in Cleveland

The Buffalo Stars U18 team participated in the Three Rivers Cup tournament in Pittsburgh over the Presidents day weekend. They faced four other teams from the NY/PA area to become victorious and enter the championship game in first place with a 3-0-1 record earning 7 out of 8 potential points. Coming back from a two goal deficit, the Buffalo Stars ...

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DeBrincat Scores Twice in Oshawa as Otters Win 4-3

Winners of thirteen straight, the Erie Otters headed to Oshawa to face former Otter Allan McShane and the Generals–the Eastern Conference’s top-ranked team. Anthony Cirelli, former Oshawa Generals captain, was unable to play due to a lower body injury. Alex DeBrincat entered the game with 49 goals on the season, needing just one to become the OHL’s first player in ...

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Murdaca Shuts Out Former Team, Otters Win 3-0

Returning to the Erie Insurance Arena with a franchise record twelve straight wins, the Otters faced the Mississauga Steelheads looking to sweep the brief home-and-home series. Former Steelhead Joseph Murdaca, just one night after allowing one goal on twenty shots against his former team, received the nod in net again. Murdaca made 19 saves on 19 shots to shutout his ...

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SUNY Stony Brook final home stand of the season

SATURDAY 2/18, 8:30 pm & SUNDAY 2/19, Noon Stony Brook will be playing their last two home games of the season today, Saturday, 2/18, at 8:30 pm and again on Sunday, 2/19, at Noon vs. Indiana Tech. Saturday will be Senior Night and Sunday will be Cub Scout Day. Please come to cheer on the Seawolves one last time this season. GO SEAWOLVES!!!

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Former Steelhead Murdaca Leads Otters to 4-1 Victory

With an eleven-game winning streak under their belts, the playoff-bound Erie Otters traveled to Mississauga to take on the Steelheads–who were looking for valuable points in the late-season playoff hunt. In net, Erie goaltender Joseph Murdaca faced the team that traded him earlier this season, making 19 saves on 20 shots as the Otters cruised to a 4-1 victory. Both ...

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