BOSTON, Mass.—Three different players scored twice, to lead UMass Boston to a rout of visiting Johnson & Wales University (R.I.) 10-1 on Saturday afternoon at the Edward T. Barry Ice Rink.
UMass Boston 10, Johnson & Wales 1
(UMass Boston 5-4-1, New England Hockey Conference 3-2-1)
(Johnson & Wales 1-8, New England Hockey Conference 0-8-0)
HOW IT HAPPENED
After going into the first intermission trailing 1-0, UMass Boston exploded for six goals in the second and four more in the third period.
Senior Daniel Nachbaur (Richland, Wash.) was the other Beacon with three points, as he chipped in a goal and two assists.
In net, Bailey MacBurnie (Beverly, Mass.) made 15 saves on 16 shots to earn his second win of the season.
Matt Bernot scored his team-leading third goal of the season for the Wildcats, with Peter Costa earning an assist on the play.
Freshman goalie Mike Camasso made 42 saves on 52 shots in his first collegiate start.
UMass Boston jumped all over the hosts to open the contest but found themselves trailing at the 10:12 mark. Right after a Beacons power-play expired, the Wildcats skated in on a 3-on-2 and Costa found Bernot on the back-side for a one-timer that just slipped through MacBurnie's pads.
The Beacons had a 5-on-3 chance later in the period they couldn't convert on but they caught a break when the Wildcats were called for a major penalty in the final minute of the period.
UMass Boston tied the game 26 seconds into the second period, when Redler scored off a feed from Nick Albano (Beverly, Mass.).
After a second penalty on the Wildcats, UMass Boston took the lead for good on a 5-on-3 goal from Bross at 3:01.
Caruso pushed the lead to 4-0 with a short-handed goal and a 4-on-4 goal in a 3:30 span.
Skinner and Bross added two late goals, to close out the Beacons six-goal run in a 15:10 span.
UMass Boston scored four more goals in a 10:44 span of the third period.
Riley scored the first two goals, before Keene and Nachbaur struck within a 38-second span.
BY THE NUMBERS
- UMass Boston outshot Johnson & Wales University 52-16 for the contest, including 24-6 in the second period.
- The Beacons are now 9-0-0 all-time against the Wildcats and have outscored Johnson & Wales 52-21.
- UMass Boston went 3-9 on the power-play and held the Wildcats to an 0-4 mark.
- Seven Beacons scored in the win and 12 players recorded points. Chris Peters (Fairport, N.Y.), Albano and Nachbaur each had two assists in the win.
- Saturday's win marked the 198th career win for Beacons head coach Peter Belisle.
- With the result, UMass Boston earned three points in a weekend for the first time this season.
UMass Boston will close out the semester with a trip to intra-state rival UMass Dartmouth on Tuesday night at 7:20 p.m.