Men's Ice Hockey Hosts Bentley On Friday, Oct. 15 At 7 PM
15, 2010 - 7 p.m.
Quinnipiac University (1-1-0) vs.
Bentley University (0-0-0)
at TD Bank Sports Center - Hamden, Conn.
Bill Schweizer (play-by-play)
Chris Kotsopoulos (analyst)
Bobcats And Falcons
The Quinnipiac University men's ice hockey team will host Bentley College on Friday, Oct. 15 at 7 p.m. at the TD Bank Sports Center in Hamden, Conn. The Bobcats enter the game at 1-1-0 following a split with Ohio State last weekend while the Falcons hit the ice for the first time this season.
All-Time Against Bentley
Quinnipiac is 12-2-1 all-time against Bentley at the Division I level and 28-18-2 all-time, dating back to their first meeting during the 1976-77 season. Quinnpiac has won eight straight games and hold an 9-0-1 mark in their last 10 meetings. The Bobcats are also 10-1-0 all-time at the Division I level on their home ice including a 3-0-0 mark at the TD Bank Sports Center. In their last five meetings, Quinnipiac has outscored Bentley, 22-2. Quinnipiac's win against Bentley, on Oct. 16, 2007, was the 400th win in program history.
A live video stream will be available for both games of the series and can be
accessed on the Bobcat Channel. In addition to the videostream provided, WQUN's Bill Schweizer, the "Voice of the Bobcats" will have the play-by-play with color commentary provided by former NHL player Chris Kotsopoulos. Live statistics will be available for the game courtesty of www.QuinnipiacBobcats.com.
Sign Of Things To Come?
The Bobcats first goal of the season came from junior captain Scott Zurevinski, on assists from highly-touted freshmen Connor and Kellen Jones.
Spencer Heichman scored the game-winning goal against OSU last Friday, with asssists from sophomore d-man Loren Barron and junior Yuri Bouharevich. Bouharevich was on the first for the first time since incurring an injury midway through last year.
DC In The Place To Be
Dan Clarke limited Ohio State to one goal in the Bobcats' home opener while turning back 29 shots on goal for his 21st career win.