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Next Game: Thursday, October 12th VS. TBA


Thursday, February 28, 2013

Owls Conclude Season Against Boston University

Boston, MA --- Even though the game meant nothing, It was not exactly how the Owls wanted to end the game or their season. With 1:52 remaining in the third, tempers started to flare and the score board would read 6-1. The Owls gained the early when Schlyer Reilly chased down a loose puck at center ice and converted on a two on none breakaway only 4 minutes into the game. However, that would be the only goal of the night for Westfield and Boston University would go on to score 6 unanswered goals.

The players and coaching staff would like to thank everyone for their continued support throughout the season. We hope to build on the accomplishments that the team achieved this past season and we look forward to the 2013-2014 season.

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Westfield Advances To Championship


Nashua, NH --- After being down 4-0 only 13 minutes into the game, the Westfield State University club hockey team clawed their way back to defeat St. Anselm College by the score of 6-5. The Owls will play in the American Conference's championship game on Sunday at 12:10 PM at Conway Arena in Nashua, NH.

Thursday, February 14, 2013

2013 NECHA PLAYOFFS


Westfield, MA --- The Westfield State University Club Hockey team made the playoffs on the last day of the regular season. They will play St. Anselm College on Saturday morning at 11:10 AM at Conway Arena in Nashua, NH. I know that this is short notice but the team would love to have a few fans come up and support the team.

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Game @ Harvard


Westfield, MA --- The game originally schedule for Sunday afternoon at Harvard has been postponed until Tuesday night at 6:00 PM.

Tuesday, February 5, 2013

Playoff Scenarios

Westfield, MA --- Below are the scenarios for the 2013 Playoffs:

BRIDGEWATER STATE
TWO wins OR
ONE win and ONE tie OR
ONE win and ONE overtime loss.

ROGER WILLIAMS
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to lose a game in regulation OR
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to tie both games OR
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to tie and lose in overtime OR
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to lose both games in overtime.

AND

Needs WESTFIELD STATE to lose.

WESTFIELD STATE
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to lose a game in regulation OR
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to tie both games OR
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to tie and lose in overtime OR
Needs BRIDGEWATER STATE to lose both games in overtime.

AND

WIN against HARVARD

Sunday, February 3, 2013

Same Teams, Same Result on Senior Night

Westfield, MA --- The Owls and Pioneers played the back half of a home and home on Saturday afternoon with Westfield State falling 4-1 to Sacred Heart. Senior, Rob Collins, scored the only goal in the third period. Senior photos can be seen below.

The team would like to thank the Rice family for putting together a pizza party after the game for the entire team. Westfield finishes out the 2012-13 season at Harvard on Sunday at 1:30. Stay tuned for playoff scenarios as they become available.

Senior Photos
 
#5 - Captain Greg Rice
 
# 2 - Brian Nixon
 
# 3 - Brian Garreffi
 
#7 - Sean Parsons
 
#14 - Rob Collins

Saturday, February 2, 2013

Westfield Hosts Sacred Heart on Senior Night

 
Westfield, MA --- Westfield State will host Sacred Heart University in their last home game of the 2012-2013 season. Before the game, the team will recognize seniors Brian Nixon, Sean Parsons, Rob Collins and Captain Greg Rice. The two teams last met on Sunday night in Shelton, CT where the Owls fell to the Pioneers by the score of 4-1. You can get game updates on twitter by following @wsuclub. 

Friday, February 1, 2013

Owls Drop First Half of Home and Home

Shelton, CT -- After being delayed for over an hour because there were no referees, The Westfield State Owls came out flat in a big divisional game against Sacred Heart. Westfield took five penalties in the first period and were caught in their zone for most of the period. With just under five minutes to go in the period, the Owls killed off a huge 5 on 3 for a full two minutes. Ryan DiMare played excellent in net and was one of the reason why Westfield only trailed by a goal going into the first intermission.

The Owls would even the score when Nick Rose circled around the left wing circle and fired a back hand shot into the net only 1:19 in the second stanza. However, that's the only offense the Owls would generate and Sacred Heart would go on to score three unanswered goals. It was still a 2-1 game with five minutes remaining but with goals at 15:27 and 18:50 the Owls would receive their first loss in seven games.

The Owls host Sacred Heart on Saturday afternoon on Senior Night! It is another important game with playoff spots on the line. You can follow the game on twitter by following @wsuclub.



Goal: Rose
Saves: DiMare (39)
Power Play: 0 for 4 (0%)  
Penalty Kill: 5 for 7 (71%)