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2012-2013 Hockey East Association
Merrimack (MER) at UMass Lowell (UML)
Date: Friday, March 1, 2013
Conference Game
Attendance: 6717
Start Time: 7:05 pm  End Time: 9:29 pm  Total Time: 2:24

Scoring by Period - MER 0-0-0=0; UML 0-0-4=4

1st Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - A.J. White, UML (Kneeing) 4:53; John Gustafsson, MER (Tripping) 7:10; Michael Fallon, UML (INDIRECT CTH ELBOWING) 15:57

2nd Period
Scoring - None
Penalties - Kyle Bigos, MER (Interference) 6:25; Shawn Bates, MER (Holding) 10:19; Quinn Gould, MER (Unsportsmanlike Conduct) 13:32; Ryan McGrath, UML (Unsportsmanlike Conduct) 13:32; Justin Mansfield, MER (Tripping) 14:45; Joseph Pendenza, UML (Slashing) 16:33

3rd Period
Scoring - 1, UML Adam Chapie/4 (Jake Suter/4, Colin Wright/3) 5:50 (GW)
2, UML Derek Arnold/9 (Ryan McGrath/12, Riley Wetmore/8) 8:30
3, UML Derek Arnold/10 (Ryan McGrath/13, Joe Houk/9) 17:21 (EN)
4, UML Colin Wright/1 (Joseph Pendenza/19) 18:33 (EN)
Penalties - Adam Chapie, UML (Roughing) 8:49; Jake Suter, UML (Tripping) 18:44

Merrimack Goaltending - Sam Marotta (58:09, 23 shots, 21 saves, 2 GA); Empty Net (1:51, 2 GA)

UMass Lowell Goaltending - Connor Hellebuyck (60:00, 31 shots, 31 saves, 0 GA)

Win - Connor Hellebuyck, UML (12-1-0). Loss - Sam Marotta, MER (11-8-4).

Shots On Goal - MER 11-10-10=31; UML 5-8-12=25

Power Plays - MER 0 of 5; UML 0 of 4

Penalties - MER 5 (10 min); UML 6 (12 min)

New Records - UMass Lowell 20-9-2, Merrimack 14-13-6

Three Stars: 1. Connor Hellebuyck (UMass Lowell) 2. Derek Arnold (UMass Lowell) 3. Adam Chapie (UMass Lowell)

Referees: Andy O'Brien, David Hansen  Linesmen: Joe Ross, Jeremy Lovett


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