UConn Falls To Colorado College, 4-1
Freshman forward Spencer Naas scores goal for Huskies

Freshman forward Spencer Naas scored a goal for the Huskies
Prd Time  Team Score Type Scored By Assists
1st 16:20  CC1-0 PP Charlie Taft (2)Zach Aman/2, Hunter Fejes/8
1st 16:38  CON1-1 EV Spencer Naas (7)Corey Ronan/3, Kasperi Ojantakanen/6
2nd 8:43  CC2-1 PP GW Scott Wamsganz (4)Jaccob Slavin/5, Aaron Harstad/1
3rd 3:18  CC3-1 PP Jaccob Slavin (1)Sam Rothstein/6, Cody Bradley/8
3rd 17:07  CC4-1 EV Zach Aman (2)Hunter Fejes/9, Jaccob Slavin/6
Scoring 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Colorado College  1124
Connecticut  1001
Shots on Goal 1st 2nd 3rd SOG
Colorado College  13121035
Connecticut  951024
Team Stats and Records  PP PIM SHGF
Colorado College (4-13-1)  3/5 6/12 0
Connecticut (5-10-4)  0/6 5/10 0
Colorado College Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Tyler Marble (W, 3-7-0)60:001 851023
Connecticut Goaltending MIN GA 1 2 3 Saves
Rob Nichols (L, 5-10-4)60:004 1211831

BRIDGEPORT, Conn. - The Colorado College Tigers scored three times on the power play Tuesday night on their way to a 4-1 win over the UConn Huskies in a non-conference match-up from Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport, Conn. The Tigers finished 3-for-5 on the power play and got goals from four different skaters on the way to ending a seven-game winless streak with the win.

UConn went 0-for-6 with the extra skater and were outshot 35-24 on the night. Sophomore goaltender Rob Nichols (Dallas, Texas) made 31 saves, eclipsing the 30 save mark for the fourth-straight game and 10th time this season. The Huskies fall to 5-10-4 with the loss.

The Tigers scored their first power play goal of the night at 16:20 in the first period, following a high sticking call on Cody Sharib (Needham, Mass.). Nichols tried to clear a puck but Fejes Hunter picked off the clearing attempt and shoveled it to Zach Aman who got a shot off. The rebound found Charlie Taft at the far left post who buried it on the empty net for a 1-0 lead.

The Huskies answered right back, scoring off the ensuing face-off just 18 seconds later. Freshman Kasperi Ojantakanen (Helsinki, Finland) cleared the zone to classmate Corey Ronan (Franklin, Mass.) into the neutral zone. Ronan hit a streaking Spencer Naas (Minnetonka, Minn.) up the middle of the ice, who beat his defender and shoveled a backhanded shot past Tyler Marble for his seventh on the year, knotting it at 1-1.

Ronan was called for boarding at 7:28 in the second period and Colorado College capitalized on the power play again, taking a 2-1 lead at 8:43. Defensemen Jacob Slavin blasted a shot from the left wing and Scott Wamsganz was set-up in front of the net, getting a deflection past Nichols for the Tigers second power play goal of the night.

The Tigers struck for their third extra-skater goal early in the third period to take a two-goal edge. UConn's Joey Ferriss (Novi, Mich.) was whistled for hooking at 1:21 and the Huskies nearly killed it off before Colorado College struck with just three seconds left on the power play. Slavin took a slap shot from the high point and beat Nichols low, glove side through some traffic for his first of the season and a 3-1 advantage.

UConn got three-straight power play chances in the third following the Slavin goal but came up empty. The Tigers finished off the scoring at 17:07 as Zach Aman banged in a rebound in front to produce the 4-1 final. Colorado College goaltender Tyler Marble made 23 saves in goal to register his third win on the year.

The Huskies will close out the non-conference portion of their schedule on Friday night with a trip to West Point to take on former Atlantic Hockey foe Army in a 7:00 pm start.