Paul Carey’s second goal of the contest proved to be the winner, as No. 4 Boston College continued its dominance over Colgate, beating the Raiders yesterday, 6-5, at the Ledyard Hockey Classic in Hanover, N.H.
Freshman Bill Arnold snapped a 4-4 tie with an unassisted shorthanded goal, putting the Eagles (12-5-0) in front at 7:39 of the third period. Carey made it 6-4 seven minutes later, some necessary breathing room when Corbin McPherson scored for Colgate (3-13-1) with 8.3 seconds left.
In 24 meetings with Colgate, the Eagles are 22-2.
BC meets host Dartmouth in tonight’s championship.
Fitchburg State 4, UMass-Boston 1 — Brett Provost had a goal and an assist as the Falcons, despite being outshot, 59-28, beat the host Beacons to capture the 46th Codfish Bowl at Dorchester, the nation’s second-oldest hockey invitational. Bobby Leiser made 58 saves for Fitchburg State (7-3-0), with Travis Daniel scoring the lone goal for UMass-Boston (7-3-0).
Wentworth 6, Assumption 1 — Junior forward Mike Paglino had a goal and two assists as the Leopards (6-4-2) beat the Greyhounds (5-7-0) in the Codfish consolation game.
Wisconsin 5, UMass 1 — Podge Turnbull had two goals and Frankie Simonelli added a goal and two assists, leading the Badgers (11-7-3) over the visiting Minutemen.
T.J. Syner made it 3-1 with a second-period goal for UMass (3-8-3).
Air Force 3, Bentley 2 — Blake Page capped a rally by the visiting Falcons (7-7-2) by scoring 13 seconds into overtime in a win against the Falcons.
Joe Campanelli and Dan Koudys scored for Bentley (5-9-2).
Princeton 4, UConn 1 — Taylor Fedun scored the first goal of the game and assisted on the last goal as the Tigers (10-5) won an in-season tournament for the first time since the 1997-98 season, beating the host Huskies (6-8-3) at the
Bowling Green 3, Holy Cross 2 — Wade Finegan scored with 1:07 left in overtime to lead the Falcons to victory in the third-place game of the Toyota UConn Holiday Classic at Storrs, Conn.
Maine 3, Cornell 2 — Matt Mangene’s overtime goal sent the Black Bears (9-5-4) past the Big Red (4-8-1) in the consolation game of the Florida College Classic. Robby Dee’s power-play goal midway through the third period forced the extra session.
Merrimack 2, Army 1 — Stephane Da Costa and Chris Barton assisted on Jesse Todd’s overtime winner as the Warriors (8-4-4) rallied past the Black Knights (5-10-1). Joe Cannata made 29 saves for Merrimack.
Material from school websites was used in this report.
Correction: Because of an editing error, the result of the Dartmouth-Mercyhurst men’s ice hockey game was incorrect in an earlier version of this story. Mercyhurst beat Dartmouth.