Sunday, January 21, 2007

The Answer Lies In The Future

You win some, you lose some, (well actually we've won a lot!) the key is to always look forward to the future and never stop fighting.

And speaking of the future I've been looking at our Future 'Cats this morning. Will O'Neill took matters into his own hands last night and scored two in a 3-2 win for his Lancers against fellow recruit Blake Kessel and the Waterloo Blackhawks. In a kind of "wish that had happened for our 'Cats" irony, Will's two goals bracketed a three goal third period for his team after they had gone down 2-0 after two periods.

Phil DeSimone and Mike Beck's Sioux City Musketeers dropped a back and forth contest with the Indiana Ice last night. Phil assisted on an early powerplay equalizer and scored midway through the third to tie the game again, the third such for their team, but the Ice propped themselves up on their fourth go-ahead goal of the game and took the 'W'.

Paul Thompson added to his EJHL league-leading point totals having now amassed 62 points in 33 games with 34 goals and 28 assists.


Josh Prudden got his first AHL goal this season last night and Darren Haydar added a couple points to his horde currently at 84 points with 27 goals and 57 assists in 45 games.

Looking Ahead:

Providence is coming to town on Saturday in the first NHPTV matchup of the new year. Remember that these games are webcasted so go out to your local wifi hotspot if you don't have broadband and catch the game. You can check out NHPTV and donate through the permanent link to the right - you can also watch archived games! NHPTV is the best so don't forget to support UNH Hockey by donating as much and as often as you can! Don't forget to mention UNH Hockey when you do!

Go 'Cats!


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