Spellacy, Agnew carry Bobcats to win over Kent State

Following a great performance from the top line, the Ohio Bobcats hockey team (26-7-2) defeated the Kent State Golden Flashes (7-23-1) 7-0 on Friday night. The first period saw the Bobcats open things up offensively, and they would not let up throughout the contest. Only a few minutes in, Zac Sommer took a penalty for Kent State…

Bobcats ride hot third period to win over Iowa State

The sixth-ranked Ohio Bobcats (22-6-1) hockey team defeated the seventh-ranked Iowa State Cyclones (25-7-2) on Friday night 5-2 after a scoring outburst early in the third period. Early in the game, the focus was on heavy defensive pressure with both teams having prime scoring opportunities stopped by well-timed stick lifts or poke checks. The normally aggressive Bobcats offense…

Spellacy carries Bobcats to shootout win

Patrick Spellacy scored the game-tying goal with under a minute remaining and the game-winning goal in the shootout in order to give the Ohio Bobcats a 4-3 victory over the Lindenwood Lions. The Bobcats attack was aggressive early on with big opportunities for Garrett Williams and Logan Pfeffer. However, the first goal went to Lindenwood…

Bobcats dominate in 9-1 rout of Indiana

The Ohio Bobcats hockey team (11-4-1) took 54 shots in a dominating 9-1 victory over the Indiana Hoosiers (4-7-1) on Saturday night. Scoring opened up early for the Bobcats. Just five minutes into the game Duncan Green received a pass at the blue line. He fired a wrist shot low into traffic that was deflected…

Bobcats dominate in victory over Mountaineers

The Ohio Bobcats hockey team (2-0-1) dominated the West Virginia Mountaineers (0-3-0) last night with a massive 7-1 victory led by the play of freshman goaltender Ryan Heltion. The scoring started with the powerplay entering the offensive zone, where Brett Agnew took a pass from Nathan De La Torre and forced his way behind the…

Bobcats hockey opens season with loss to John Carroll

The fifth-ranked Ohio Bobcats hockey team (0-1) opened their first season under new head coach Jonathan Sheridan in disappointing fashion, losing 5-4 in overtime to the No. 22 John Carroll Bluestreaks (1-0). “It was fun,” said coach Sheridan after the game. “We played hard. John Carroll is a good team, they came out ready to…

Ohio drops second game to Minot State

After a slow start, the Ohio Bobcats (15-3-2) were unable to mount a second comeback against the Minot State Beavers (12-2-0). The Beavers were able to manage 32 shots total in the game, and put together a big 7-1 victory over the Bobcats. “They’re a really good hockey team. I’m impressed, last night was an…