Canisius continued its dominance over rival Niagara and solidified its top spot in Atlantic Hockey with an 8-2 win in HarborCenter Saturday afternoon. The Golden Griffins scored just 1:09 into the game and blew open the game in the first period for a 5-0 lead. It was the 10th straight win for the Griffs in the series with Niagara and moves them three points head of the Purple Eagles in the Atlantic Hockey standings heading into the semester break.
Dylan McLaughlin spent the summer in HarborCenter, working out with The Academy of Hockey and former Buffalo Sabre Matt Ellis. He worked on his skating. He worked on his shooting. And the attention to detail is paying off for the junior from Lancaster. McLaughlin scored twice Saturday afternoon to help the Canisius Golden Griffins to an 8-2 win over rival Niagara in HarborCenter. That gives him 11 goals through the first 15 games of the season.
LEWISTON – A third-period push helped Canisius to a 3-2 win over Niagara in Atlantic Hockey action in Dwyer Arena Friday night. Trailing, 2-1, the Golden Griffins tied the game with 12:11 left on a goal from Dylan McLaughlin. Then with 9:40 left Niagara goaltender Brian Wilson went behind the net to and played the puck around the boards. Nick Hutchison intercepted the pass, skated to the net, and scored while Wilson scrambled to get back in position.
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