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2010-2011 Hockey East Association
Boston University (BU) at Vermont (VER)
Date: Sunday, January 9, 2011
Conference Game
Attendance: 3449
Start Time: 7:15 pm  End Time: 9:35 pm  Total Time: 2:20

Scoring by Period - BU 2-0-2=4; VER 1-0-1=2

1st Period
Scoring - 1, VER Chris McCarthy/5 (Connor Brickley/4, Drew MacKenzie/5) 8:56
2, BU Max Nicastro/2 (Sean Escobedo/2, Matt Nieto/2) 15:39
3, BU Alex Chiasson/7 17:55
Penalties - Sean Escobedo, BU (Interference) 4:56; Wade Megan, BU (Roughing) 11:48; Wade Megan, BU (Elbowing) 14:27; Connor Brickley, VER (Interference) 15:35

2nd Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Alex Chiasson, BU (Slashing) 1:59; Jack Downing, VER (Elbowing) 6:10; Garrett Noonan, BU (Obstruction Interference) 8:33

3rd Period
Scoring - 4, VER Josh Burrows/1 (Jack Downing/3, H.T. Lenz/2) 3:31
5, BU Alex Chiasson/8 (Charlie Coyle/10, Matt Nieto/3) 7:01 (PP) (GW)
6, BU Corey Trivino/4 19:23 (EN)
Penalties - Max Nicastro, BU (10-Misconduct) 3:31; Connor Brickley, VER (Tripping) 5:42; Alex Chiasson, BU (Interference) 9:46

Boston University Goaltending - Kieran Millan (60:00, 31 shots, 29 saves, 2 GA)

Vermont Goaltending - Rob Madore (59:56, 15 shots, 12 saves, 3 GA); Empty Net (0:04, 1 GA)

Win - Kieran Millan, BU (6-3-6). Loss - Rob Madore, VER (3-11-4).

Shots On Goal - BU 5-3-8=16; VER 12-10-9=31

Power Plays - BU 1 of 3; VER 0 of 6

Penalties - BU 7 (22 min); VER 3 (6 min)

New Records - Boston University 9-5-6, Vermont 3-11-4

Three Stars: 1. Alex Chiasson (Boston University) 2. Jack Downing (Vermont) 3. Kieran Millan (Boston University)

Referees: Jeff Bunyon, Thomas Fyrer  Assistant Referees: Matt Riegert, Marc Sullivan


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