Topic: Men’s Ice Hockey

Brown’s win against Harvard two weeks ago began a three-win streak. Mark Naclerio ’16 and all the other members of the Bears’ first line scored goals against Rensselaer for a decisive 6-3 victory Friday.


Men’s hockey defeats RPI, Union to push win streak to three

February 18, 2015 0 comments

The Bears entered their weekend against ninth-place Rensselaer and 10th-place Union with confidence, coming off a 2-1 victory over Harvard two weeks ago.

Zach Pryzbek ’17 takes the puck around some Harvard defenders. The Bears’ historic upset over the No. 6 Crimson could propel Bruno into a decent playoff seeding and offer hope heading into the postseason.


Men’s hockey visits struggling conference foes Union, RPI

February 13, 2015 0 comments

Last weekend’s victory over No. 6 Harvard was only the men’s hockey team’s second conference win of the season but its third over Harvard in two years.

After scoring his first goal of the season against a tough Dartmouth squad, Zack Pryzbek ’17 turns it up against Harvard.


Men’s hockey top No. 6 Crimson in upset

February 9, 2015 0 comments

It had been about a month since the men’s hockey team last won a game and over two months since its last ECAC win.

Matt Lorito ’15 waits for a pass in Brown’s offensive zone. The senior forward is just four points shy of the career 100-point club.


No. 5 Harvard, red-hot Dartmouth men’s hockey teams visit Providence

February 6, 2015 0 comments

Back in mid-November, the men’s hockey team traveled north for two away games against Ivy rivals Harvard and Dartmouth with high expectations for a season that had just begun.


Men’s Hockey struggles to find its groove in one-point weekend

February 2, 2015 0 comments

With the conference points few and far between, any time the men’s hockey team gets a result from an ECAC game, it’s a positive outcome. But — with lowly Princeton and league-leading Quinnipiac in town last weekend — coming away with only one point in two close games had to […]

Forward Matt Lorito ’15 and defenseman Dane Cooper ’18 defend the Brown net on the penalty kill. Lorito only needs five points to reach 100 for his career; he currently ranks first among active Ivy Leaguers in points.


Homestand offers chance to escape conference basement for men’s hockey

January 30, 2015 0 comments

Tied for last in the ECAC, men’s hockey is heading into a four-game homestand against two of the top teams in the conference — Quinnipiac and Harvard.


Men’s hockey falls to Clarkson, St. Lawrence in blowout weekend

January 26, 2015 0 comments

The men’s hockey team opened conference play against St. Lawrence and Clarkson full of confidence, but two losses set the tone for a series of struggles.

Six of Brown’s eight games over winter break were against nationally ranked teams. The most impressive performance of that span came against crosstown foe Providence College, which Bruno defeated 5-3 in a win that gave the Bears the Mayor’s Cup.


Men’s hockey inconsistent in non-conference play, shows improvement over break

January 23, 2015 0 comments

After getting demolished by Union (11-10-2, 4-7-1 ECAC) in one of Brown’s (4-13-0, 1-9-0 ECAC) worst losses of the season, Bruno notched its first ECAC win

The men’s hockey team will take on conference foes Union and Rensselaer this weekend. Brown has failed to secure a single win in the ECAC this season, though these games could pose tough challenges to Bruno.


Union, RPI pose next ECAC test for men’s hockey

December 5, 2014 0 comments

After a weekend in which the men’s hockey team was able to notch its second win of the season against Connecticut, Bruno will look to take the next step.

Defenseman Ben Tegtmeyer ’18 corrals the puck. Defense has been a big problem for the Bears this season, as the team has allowed a whopping 3.75 goals per game overall, and 4.45 per game in ECAC play.


Inconsistency plagues men’s hockey in split

November 30, 2014 0 comments

It was more of the same inconsistent play for Brown this weekend as it beat the University of Connecticut 1-0 but fell 5-0 at Holy Cross.