Posts Tagged: Hockey

Saville makes 29 saves to key Omaha’s victory over Wisconsin

November 11, 2019

Anchorage’s Isaiah Saville made 29 saves and held the opposition scoreless in the third period to highlight the University of Omaha hockey team’s 5-2 win over Wisconsin. The freshman goaltender was especially busy in the second period, turning aside 16 of 17 shots. He improved to 4-2-1 in seven starts for No. 20 Omaha. Saville,… Read more »

Mack nets five goals in weekend sweep for Providence Argos

November 10, 2019

Anchorage’s Kyler Mack nearly pulled off back-to-back hat tricks for the University of Providence hockey team during a weekend sweep of Utah Valley. The sophomore forward bagged three goals in Game 1 and two goals in Game 2. Providence outscored Utah Valley 24-3 on the weekend. Mack, of Dimond High fame, has scored six goals… Read more »

Two of Alaska’s best college hockey players face off at UMass

November 8, 2019

Two of the finest college hockey players from Anchorage faced off in Hockey East and even though the game ended in a tie, it was a big win for the state of Alaska. Jeremy Swayman made 31 saves. Kenny Hausinger earned an assist. And the final was 1-1 so neither player lost. Swayman, a goaltender… Read more »

Watts scores goal for her 26th career point for Norwich Cadets

Norwich University senior defenseman Kirsten Watts of Chugiak lit the lamp for her first goal in the second women’s hockey game of the season as the Cadets beat UMass-Boston 5-1 in Boston, Massachusetts. The even-strength goal came 5:39 into the action to give Norwich a 1-0 lead. Watts, of Chugiak High fame, has 26 career… Read more »

Hausinger’s hat trick matches goal total from previous 57 games

November 2, 2019

Anchorage’s Christian Hausinger turned in the most prolific performance of his college career with a hat trick to carry the University of Wisconsin-River Falls hockey team to a 3-2 win over visiting Finlandia. The junior defenseman capped his big night by netting the game-winning goal with just eight seconds left in overtime. Hausinger, of Dimond… Read more »

Bailey sets ECHL ablaze, leads league in scoring with six goals

October 30, 2019

Casey Bailey of Anchorage has set the ECHL ablaze with six goals in his first six games to lead the league in scoring. The 28-year-old forward with the South Carolina Stingrays ranks second in the league with seven points. The Alaskan’s hot start has helped the Stingrays post a 5-1 record for 10 points, good… Read more »

Hausinger posts 15th career multi-point game for UMass-Lowell

October 25, 2019

As Alaska’s active career points leader in college hockey, Kenny Hausinger of Anchorage is used to lighting the lamp. But nothing quite like this year. The University of Massachusetts-Lowell senior forward has amassed nine points in the first seven games, his best scoring start of his career. Hausinger, of Dimond High fame, bagged a goal… Read more »

Stubborn Swayman ranks third in NCAA hockey in total saves

The University of Maine’s Jeremy Swayman of Anchorage is one of the most stubborn goaltenders in NCAA hockey. The junior netminder turned aside 31 of 32 shots in a 2-1 road win over Vermont in the Hockey East conference. He ranks third in the country with 202 saves in six games. He’s also ninth with… Read more »

McDonald’s first college goal proves to be game-winner for PC

October 20, 2019

Eagle River’s Cam McDonald scored his first collegiate goal to help No. 13 Providence College earn a 4-2 win over No. 10 Clarkson in Potsdam, New York. The Friars extended their lead to 3-1 early in the second period when the freshman defenseman beat the Clarkson goaltender with a wrist shot through traffic from the… Read more »

Saville makes season-high 37 saves to key upset of No. 12 OSU

Isaiah Saville of Anchorage made 37 saves and stopped all 15 shots he faced on the power play to backstop the University of Nebraska Omaha’s 2-1 upset win at 12th-ranked Ohio State. The freshman goaltender was perfect for the final 29 minutes, turning aside all 15 shots and rebounding nicely after Ohio State had tied… Read more »