2004-05

Overall: 8-26-2
Hockey East: 1-22-1
Nonconference: 7-4-1

Home: 4-12-0
Away: 1-13-1
Neutral: 3-1-1
Overtime: 0-0-2

Full Schedule/Results

Team Leaders

Scoring
1. Bryan Schmidt 13-18--31
2. Matt Johnson 10-17--27
3. Jeff Caron 5-20--25
4. Mike Alexiou 11-5--16
4. Matt Byrnes 2-14--16
4. Steve Crusco 3-13--16
Goals
1. Bryan Schmidt 13
2. Mike Alexiou 11
3. Matt Johnson 10
4. Jordan Black 9
5. Brent Gough 6
Assists
1. Jeff Caron 20
2. Bryan Schmidt 18
3. Matt Johnson 17
4. Matt Byrnes 14
5. Steve Crusco 13
Power Play Goals
1. Bryan Schmidt 8
2. Mike Alexiou 6
2. Matt Johnson 6
4. Jeff Caron 4
4. Brent Gough 4
Shorthanded Goals
1. Jordan Black 2
1. Matt Johnson 2
3. Brent Gough 1
Goals Against Avg.
1. Jim Healey 3.73 (7-19-2)
2. Frank McLaughlin 4.07 (1-4-0)
3. Casey Guenther 5.79 (0-3-0)
Save Percentage
1. Jim Healey .889
2. Frank McLaughlin .883
3. Casey Guenther .855
Power Play (HE)
39-215 18.1%
(16-128 12.5%)
Penalty Kill
187-222 84.2%
(121-143 84.6%)

Game Recap

No. 9/10 Maine Shuts Out Warriors, 5-0

Saturday, December 4, 2004

Orono, Me. - Five different Black Bears scored as Maine (10-6-2, 6-3-1) picked up a 5-0 victory over Merrimack (4-10-2, 1-8-1) on Saturday night. Merrimack goalie Jim Healey made 36 saves in the Hockey East loss in front of 5,382 at Alfond Arena. Jon Jankus had three assists and Josh Soares had a goal and an assist for the Black Bears.

The Black Bears took a 1-0 lead 3:38 into the game when Derek Damon ripped a shot from the right face off dot past Healey. Soares gave Maine a two-goal lead at the 16:02 mark of the first period. Jankus won a face off in the left circle and directed the puck straight to Soares in the slot, who snapped a shot that beat Healey high on his glove side.

Healey stopped all 16 shots he faced in the second period to keep the Warriors in the game. Mike Hamilton then netted his second of the season 5:45 into the third period with assists going to Keith Johnson and Mike Lundin. John Ronan put the game away with his sixth goal of the season at the 7:17 mark of the final period. As he was drifting away from the net in the right circle, the senior roofed a wrist shot over the left shoulder of Healey. Troy Barnes finished off the Black Bear scoring with 41 seconds remaining, beating Frank McLaughlin who replaced Healey after the fourth Black Bear goal.

Merrimack and Maine each went 0-for-6 on the power play. The Warriors continued their strong shorthanded play, extending their penalty kill streak to 15 straight.

Merrimack returns to action this weekend with games against Princeton on Friday and Saturday night. Game time is set for 7:00 PM each night.

Courtesy Merrimack Sports Information

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