PREVIEW: Ice Hockey Kicks Off Three-Game Homestand Wednesday Against Daniel Webster

Southern New Hampshire University (11-12-0)
Daniel Webster College (1-18-1)
Wednesday, February 1, 2017 - 7:30 pm
The Ice Den - Hooksett, N.H.


SERIES: SNHU leads, 3-1-0
LAST MEETING: SNHU 8, DWC 4 (11/9/2016 at Nashua, N.H.) 

Last Time Out: Assumption College 4, Southern New Hampshire University 2 (1/28/17 - Worcester, Mass.)
Streak: Lost 9

Scoring Leaders:
#28 Joe Collins, Gr. (8 goals, 20 assists, 28 points)
#24 Jay Sylvia, Sr. (12 goals, 6 assists, 18 points)

#9 Chris Moquin, Jr. (5 goals, 11 assists, 16 points)
#13 Jared Goudreau, Fr. (8 goals, 5 assists, 13 points)
#10 Brett Strawn, Fr. (6 goals, 7 assists, 13 points)
In Goal: #1 Ryan Slatky, Jr. (3.10 GAA, .930 save pct.) 

Notes: The Penmen wrap up their home slate with a three-game homestand, which begins Wednesday night against Daniel Webster College. Southern New Hampshire was tripped up by Assumption College in its most recent outing, 4-2. Junior Ryan Slatky (Manchester, N.H.) steered aside a career-high 69 shots against the Greyhounds while freshman Brett Strawn (Wareham, Mass.) and sophomore Artem Efimov-Barakov (Khimki, Russia) accounted for both Penmen goals. Southern New Hampshire scored a season-high eight goals against the Eagles on November 9, and junior Chris Moquin (Hooksett, N.H.) registered his first career hat trick in the 8-4 win.

Last Time Out: University of Massachusetts Boston 3, Daniel Webster College 0 (1/28/17 - Nashua, N.H.)
Streak: Lost 2

Scoring Leaders:
#18 Ryan Murray, Jr. (7 goals, 7 assists, 14 points)
#42 Chris Timm, So. (4 goals, 3 assists, 7 points)
#4 Tanner Todd, So. (6 goals, 1 assist, 7 points)
In Goal: #33 Anthony D'Urso, Jr. (4.56 GAA, .914 save pct.)

Notes: The Eagles head into Wednesday night's tilt looking for their first win in 14 games. Daniel Webster dropped its two most recent contests by a combined score of 10-0 against the University of Massachusetts-Boston and Babson College. Senior Morgan Hudson (Ottawa, Ontario) stopped 47 shots in the 7-0 loss to the Beavers before junior Anthony D'Urso (Rome, N.Y.) set a program record with 71 saves against the Beacons in a 3-0 setback.