2002-03

Overall: 12-18-6
Hockey East: 7-13-4 7th
Nonconference: 5-3-2

Home: 9-4-3
Away: 2-14-3
Neutral: 1-0-0
Overtime: 1-1-6

Full Schedule/Results
Final Statistics

Team Leaders

Scoring
1. Brent Gough 12-12--24
2. Matt Johnson 8-14--22
2. Marco Rosa 10-12--22
4. Bryan Schmidt 9-12--21
5. Tim Reidy 7-9--16
Goals
1. Brent Gough 12
1. Marco Rosa 10
3. Bryan Schmidt 9
4. Matt Johnson 8
5. Tim Reidy 7
Assists
1. Matt Johnson 14
2. Brent Gough 12
2. Marco Rosa 12
2. Bryan Schmidt 12
5. Tony Johnson 10
5. Alex Sikatchev 10
5. Lucas Smith 10
Power Play Goals
1. Tim Reidy 5
1. Bryan Schmidt 5
3. Matt Johnson 3
3. Marco Rosa 3
Shorthanded Goals
1. Marco Rosa 1
Plus / Minus
1. Rob LaLonde +10
2. Lucas Smith +7
3. Bryan Schmidt +6
4. Tony Johnson +4
5. Brendon Clark +2
5. Steve Crusco +2
Goals Against Avg.
1. Joe Exter 2.91 (11-16-6)
2. Casey Guenther 4.44 (1-2-0)
Save Percentage
1. Joe Exter .915
2. Casey Guenther .855
Power Play (HE)
24-145 16.6%
(14-86 16.3% 8th)
Penalty Kill
139-175 79.4%
(76-97 78.4% 7th)

Game Recap

No. 2 Maine Tops Warriors, 4-2

Sunday, February 9, 2003

Orono, Me. -- Lucas Lawson scored two goals and Francis Nault had three assists to lead No. 2 Maine to a 4-2 Hockey East win over the Warriors on Sunday afternoon. Tim Reidy and Tony Johnson each scored for the Warriors and Joe Exter finished with 23 saves in the loss.

Merrimack took a 1-0 lead 13:25 into the game on a goal by Reidy. Ryan Cordeiro took advantage of a Maine turnover and fed Reidy as he skated into the Black Bear zone. The junior immediately ripped a shot past Maine goaltender Frank Doyle. The Black Bears answered 56 seconds later, tying the game with a power play goal by Lawson from the right circle. Maine added another with 44 seconds to play in the first period. Exter knocked away a shot by Colin Shields, sending it toward the boards with his blocker but Chris Heisten came streaking up the left side to bury the rebound.

Maine took advantage of another power play early in the second period when Lawson netted his second of the game. NaultŐs shot was saved by Exter but Lawson was there to tap in the rebound at the 2:28 mark. The Black Bears added another 1:02 later when Steve Mullin finished off a 2-on-1 breakaway for his first career goal. The Warriors pulled back within two at the 11:08 mark. Lucas Smith dropped the puck back to Johnson high in the slot and he blasted home his third goal of the season.

The teams skated through a scoreless third period with Maine outshooting the Warriors 6-3 and 27-15 for the game.

Merrimack returns to action Friday night at Boston College. Game time is 7:00 p.m.

Courtesy Merrimack Sports Information.

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