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Crane, Dries, Heeter leads hockey Buckeyes to 6-0 win over UA-F


Danny Dries (courtesy of Ohio State athletics)

The Ohio State men’s hockey team received big performances from Chris Crane, Danny Dries and Cal Heeter in a 6-0 shutout of CCHA rival Alaska-Fairbanks in Value City Arena.

With the series sweep, the Buckeyes picked up five points in two days.

Crane and Dries scored two goals apiece and Heeter stopped 27 shots to record his fourth career shutout.

The Buckeyes also killed off all eight UA-F power plays.

Ohio State improves its record to 4-3-1, 3-2-1-1 and UA-F drops to 3-3-2, 0-2-2-0.


Info compiled from OSU athletics

Irish beat Buckeyes in men’s hockey, 5-2

(courtesy of U of Notre Dame via wikipedia commons)

The nation’s number-2 team, the Notre Dame Fighting Irish beat Ohio State in men’s hockey action Friday night, 5-2 in Columbus, Ohio.

OSU led 2-1 after the opening period on goals by senior Danny Dries.

The Irish are 2-1, 1-0 in the CCHA, while the Buckeyes drop to 1-2, 0-1 in the CCHA.

Info courtesy of the CCHA & OSU news

OSU hockey season ends after Lake Superior sweep in CCHA playoffs

The Ohio State men’s hockey team ended its first season under head coach Mark Osiecki with a 15-18-4 record.

Two third-period goals were not enough for the Buckeyes, as Lake Superior State won 3-2 in the first round of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association playoffs.

Mark Osiecki (file photo)

The Lakers (12-15-9) had built a 3-0 lead before Sergio Somma scored a goal in the third period and Danny Dries scored another goal in the final stanza but the rally fell short.

compiled from Ohio State athletics news

Ohio State’s Dries selected CCHA Offensive Player of the Week

Danny Dries (courtesy of OSU athletics)

Ohio State junior forward Danny Dries has been honored as the CCHA Offensive Player of the Week by the Central Collegiate Hockey Association.

Dries was named the Catamount Cup MVP after leading the Buckeyes to two wins and the tournament title in Burlington, Vermont last weekend.

A native of Lake Orion, Michigan, had four points, with three goals, en route to Catamount Cup MVP honors. He scored on the power play Saturday against Vermont to tie the game and added an empty-netter to seal the 3-1 win. Sunday against Army, Dries opened the scoring and then assisted on Peter Boyd’s go-ahead goal soon after Army had tied the game, as the Buckeyes went on to win 5-3.

Dries now shares the team lead in goals (11) and points (19). He has two points in three of the last four games and now has 5 goals, 2 assists for 7 points in the four games combined.

The honor is the second CCHA Offensive Player of the Week award Dries, who also was honored November 8, 2010. OSU has received six league weekly honors this season; Dries is the first multiple honoree.

Info courtesy of OSU athletics

OSU men’s hockey team sweeps Catamount Cup tournament in Vermont

Photos courtesy of Ohio State athletics

Danny Dries

Sergio Somma

Peter Boyd

The Ohio State men’s hockey team opened 2011 with a 3-1 win over Vermont in the opening night of the Sheraton/TD Bank Catamount Cup in Gutterson Fieldhouse.

The Buckeyes came from behind with 5-on-3 power-play goals from Danny Dries and Sergio Somma for the non-conference victory, with Dries adding an empty-net goal. Shane Sims assisted on both power-play goals.

The Buckeyes improved to 9-8-1 on the season and now have a three-game winning streak.

The Ohio State men’s hockey team scored five goals in the third period, including two from Peter Boyd, and skated to a 5-3 victory over Army on day two of the Sheraton/TD Bank Catamount Cup in Gutterson Fieldhouse in Burlington, Vermont.

After the teams traded goals in the first 6:27 of the middle period, the Black Knights tied the game, then the Buckeyes went on a four-goal run to close out the period with a 5-1 advantage.

Army scored twice in the third to draw within two, but the Buckeyes held on for the non-conference win.

Ohio State ups it’s record to 10-8-1 on the season and has won its last four games. The Buckeyes, the only team to earn two wins in the tournament, won the 2011 Catamount Cup title. Vermont defeated Harvard in game two as both teams ended the tournament 1-1. Army was 0-2 in the tourney.

Danny Dries was named the MVP of the Catamount Cup, with Peter Boyd also earning a spot on the all-tournament team.

Info courtesy of  Ohio State athletics

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