Quinnipiac University vs. No. 5/6 Yale University
Ingalls Rink - New Haven, Conn.
ECAC Hockey Action
On Saturday, Nov. 6, the Bobcats face Yale University in a 7 p.m. game at Ingalls Rink in New Haven, Conn. Quinnipiac is 4-2-0, while Brown stands at 1-1-0 and Yale is 2-0-0.
On The Air
As always, Bobcat fans can follow all the action live on WQUN 1220 AM with the play by play from the "Voice of the Bobcats" Bill Schweizer. This weekend's games can also be found on WPOP 1410 AM and will also feature color commentary from NHL veteran Chris Kotsopolous. You can also access the live feed at www.QuinnipiacBobcats.com or at www.WQUN.com.
All-Time Against Yale
Quinnipiac is 6-3-1 all-time against Yale. Quinnipiac won five of the first six meetings against the Bulldogs, and have posted a 1-2-1 record over the last two seasons. Quinnipiac is 3-2-0 all-time at Ingalls Rink.
Yale is currently 3-0-0 overall including a 1-0-0 mark in ECAC Hockey play. The Bulldogs are currently ranked fifth in the USCHO.com Division I poll and sixth in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll. Through the Bulldogs first three games, Denny Kearney and Broc Little lead all skaters with four goals and four assists for eight points apiece, while Brian O'Neill has scored three times and assisted on four more goals.
No Sophomore Slump
Through Quinnipiac's first seven games, Clay Harvey is tied for the team lead, with Kellen Jones and Spencer Heichman, with three goals.
With two goals against Brown, Clay Harvey joined Kellen Jones as the only two players in the Bobcats' lineup with a multiple-goal game this season. Quinnipiac has had multiple seasons in which several players have had multiple goal games. It is the first time that Quinnipiac had two players be the first individuals on the roster reach the mark by scoring both of their goals in the same period in their respective games. Jones did it in the third period against Holy Cross while Harvey did it against Brown on Friday night.
Clay Harvey's first goal against Brown came four seconds after the Bobcats went on the power play. The fastest power play goal in Quinnipiac history was by Eric Lampe, who scored in three seconds against Robert Morris in a 5-4 win on Jan. 23, 2009. Harvey scored his second goal, 2:58 later. It was the second fastest pair of goals by an individual player since Jean-Marc Beaudoin did it in 2:27 in a 4-3 loss to Union on Nov. 30, 2007.
Nice Shot Dalzy
Mike Dalhuisen scored his first goal of the season, and second of his career, on a blast from the point against Brown on Friday night.