Lowell, MA – A timely pair of power-play goals are what separated the UMass-Lowell River Hawks from the visiting Maine Black Bears on Sunday evening. A Five Minute Major on defenseman Simon Butala for Boarding just 1:31 into the third period gave the River Hawks the momentum they needed to pull away from the Black Bears for a 5-3 win at Tsongas Arena.…… Continue reading Lee, River Hawks Too Much For Maine
Lowell, MA – #14 UMass-Lowell eked out a win over #8 UMass-Amherst with 27.5 seconds remaining on a goal from junior forward Chris Schutz. The River Hawks snap a two game losing streak while jumping into a three-way tie for second in Hockey East with the Minutemen. Lowell has now won 20 of the last 23 meetings between the two schools. The River Hawks capitalized first when…… Continue reading Chris Schutz, He Scores.
Lowell, MA – The #12 Northeastern Huskies shut-out the #11 UMass-Lowell River Hawks 3-0 in front of 4,513 at Tsongas Arena. Tyler Madden’s first period goal would stand to be the game-winner while Craig Pantano stopped all 24 shots he faced. Fresh off a grueling double overtime Beanpot win on Monday, Northeastern showed no residual effects as they controlled the game from the outset. The…… Continue reading #12 Northeastern Blanks #11 UMass-Lowell
Lowell, MA. – To the University of Alabama-Hunstville the difference in this game probably felt much like the change in temperate that they experienced this week. On Tuesday it was over 100 degrees in Huntsville. Today in Lowell the high was 60. For the first two periods the Chargers were in this game, only trailing 2-1 with less than 15…… Continue reading River Hawks Outlast Chargers in Season Opener