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St. Thomas Defeats Men’s Ice Hockey in Boston Landing Invite Consolation Game

St. Thomas Defeats Men’s Ice Hockey in Boston Landing Invite Consolation Game

BOSTON, Mass. – The Connecticut College men's ice hockey team dropped the consolation game of the Boston Landing Invite to St. Thomas by an 8-0 score at the Warrior Ice Arena on Saturday afternoon.

St. Thomas (7-4-1) outshot the Camels by a 10-3 count in the first period and scored two late goals, as Tanner Barnes and Johnny Panvica each found the back of the net in the final five minutes of the frame to put their team in control. Panvica, who finished the game with three goals and two assists, scored again at the 1:30 mark of the second, and the team added five markers in the third and final frame to pick up the eight-goal win.

Benjamin Myers made 17 saves to earn the shutout win for the Tommies, while sophomore Avery Gobbo (Mississauga, Ontario) turned away 23 shots through 54 minutes of action in the setback.

Connecticut College (3-8), which has been on the road for its last six games, will resume NESCAC play when it hosts Hamilton on Saturday, Jan. 13 at 7:00 p.m.