NEW LONDON, Conn.--The Connecticut College men's hockey team erupted with two goals in the opening 4:46 and went on to pull away for a 5-3 victory against Tufts University in front of 425 fans at Dayton Arena Saturday night.
It was the fourth win in the past five outings for the Camels, who improved to 7-12-1 with a mark of 6-8 in conference action. The Jumbos slipped to 3-17 with a record of 1-13 in the NESCAC.
Connecticut College opened the scoring 4:06 into regulation. Joe Giordano (Ellington, Conn.) collected a rebound from behind the cage and mad a nifty looking wrap around move to put the Camels on top. Corey Wisnowski (Salisbury, Vt.) and Cangelosi assisted on the marker.
Just 40 seconds later, the Camels were on the board. Kelly cycled the puck into the slot area and Penn Sednaoui (Bedford, N.Y.) extended the Camel advantage.