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colgate is losing 4-2 with 48 seconds left, looks like a 3rd game will be needed.

price had 1 assist, was -1 with no SOG and 2 penalties. game 3 tomorrow.

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Colgate up 3-0 after 2 periods, Jeremy has no points yet and has 1 shot and an even +/-

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Price had no points and was +1 in a 4-0 Game 3 win for Colgate. Price and Colgate now advance to the ECAC semis and will face #1 Union College.

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Excited to see this guy play in Chicago in a few years with McNally.

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Price had no points and was -2 for Colgate in a 6-2 semifinal loss to Union so his college season is officially over. Patrick McNally is the Canucks' only remaining college prospect still playing,

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not true, as colgate will play the loser of harvard and cornell tomorrow at 1:30 pacific for the 3rd place game. they are officially ruled out of the NCAA tourney though, as they pretty much needed a win to make it in.

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not true, as colgate will play the loser of harvard and cornell tomorrow at 1:30 pacific for the 3rd place game. they are officially ruled out of the NCAA tourney though, as they pretty much needed a win to make it in.

My bad, but that's pretty much what I meant. Price's season is pretty much done in terms of anything meaningful.

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yeah, for all intents and purposes, it's over.

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yeah, for all intents and purposes, it's over.

Do you think Price will be signed by the Canucks? He's had a pretty good season but nothing eye popping. I'm wondering if this is something the Canucks will get to work on right away or if Price really isn't a priority for them.

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Do you think Price will be signed by the Canucks? He's had a pretty good season but nothing eye popping. I'm wondering if this is something the Canucks will get to work on right away or if Price really isn't a priority for them.

The vibe I have gotten is that Cannata is their top priority to sign.

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price will probably finish his last year in university next year, i haven't heard any rumblings about him leaving early.

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-1 with 3 sog and no points in colgate's final game of the season which was a 3-0 loss. they ended up in 4th in the ECAC.

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as previously thought Colgate did not make the final 16 selection for the NCAA tourney. his season is officially over.

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colgate played a preseason game yesterday and won 1-0. price was +1 with 2 shots.

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colgate's regular season starts tonight against niagra.

live stats: http://www.sidearmst...colgate/mhockey

live audio: http://wkxzfm.com/

no live video tonight, but it looks like it will be an option to other games.

MEN'S HOCKEY HOSTS NIAGARA TONIGHT

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Head coach Don Vaughan starts his 20th season behind the bench tonight at Starr Rink.

10/9/2012 10:15:00 AM

MEN'S HOCKEY GAME CENTRAL

HAMILTON - The Colgate men's hockey team begins its 2012-13 campaign tonight at 7 p.m. as the Raiders host Niagara at Starr Rink.

For all necessary links for the game tonight visit the Men's Hockey Game Central. Live video will not be available tonight.

THIS WEEK: RAIDERS OPEN SEASON WITH NIAGARA

Colgate begins its 82nd season on the ice with a visit from Niagara for a Tuesday night matchup. The team returns 16 players from last year's roster of 27. The Raiders will be without two of their top scorers in Austin Smith and Chris Wagner. The pair accounted for over 100 points and ranked in the top-10 nationally in scoring. The departing seniors will be missed, but Colgate returns three of its top six point-getters. Joe Wilson, Jeremy Price and Robbie Bourdon are back as the top returning scorers after 23 points in 2011-12. Colgate did take to the ice over the weekend with a visit from Queen's University and won by a 1-0 score.

LATER THIS WEEK: BIG TWO-GAME SET AT #8 MIAMI

The Raiders will have a quick turnaround this week as Colgate travels to Miami for a two-game series at the Redhawks. Miami comes into the season as the ninth-ranked team in the nation in both the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll and the USCHO National Poll. The Redhawks were 24-15-2 last season and these two teams hooked up early last year with each team coming away with a win at Starr Rink in another two-game set. Miami narrowly took the first game of the series with a 4-3 win and Colgate responded the next night with an exciting 3-2 win in overtime on a tip in by Austin Mayer.

LAST TIME OUT: RAIDERS END SEASON RANKED 20TH IN NATION

In a very exciting season that featured many milestones, the Raiders finished the year ranked 20th in the nation and posted a 19-17-3 record. Austin Smith had a season to remember with 57 points, including leading the nation in goals with 36 and shorthanded goals with six. Smith and linemate Chris Wagner combined for 108 points and were two of the top forwards in the country. Head coach Don Vaughan also hit a milestone during the 2011-12 season as he reached his 300th career victory in a 5-3 win at Brown on Nov. 4. The Raiders reached their highest ranking since the 1999-2000 season at the turn of the New Year. Colgate was in the midst of a seven-game winning streak and was ranked seventh in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Poll.

SCOUTING THE PURPLE EAGLES

Colgate will be opening up its season against Niagara for the second time in the last four years when the teams take to the ice on Tuesday. The Purple Eagles finished 2011-12 with a 17-11-9 record and a 14-6-7 mark in Atlantic Hockey play and made the conference semifinals. This year, Niagara was picked to end up second in the league in the annual preseason poll. Air Force was chosen to win the conference and is a top-20 team as the season begins.

The Purple Eagles return all but two players from a season ago with the graduation of goalie Chris Noonan and defenseman Robert Martini. Niagara will have all five 20-point scorers from 2011-12 back for this season, including Giancarlo Iuorio and Patrick Divjack, who both led the team with 24 points. Iuorio netted 10 goals and 14 assists, while Divjak had 18 helpers to lead the team. Chris Lochner was the team leader in goals with 13 and he is back for his sophomore season. Marc Zanette was very consistent with 11 goals and 11 assists for 22 points. He had three power play goals, three shorthanded goals and four gamewinning goals.

In net, junior Cody Campbell returns as the most experienced netminder after appearing in 21 games in his two seasons backing up Noonan. Campbell had a 2-2-3 mark last season with a .913 save percentage and a 2.82 goals against average. Colby Drost is back as well and the Raiders know him well as he allowed just one goal at Starr Rink last year in a 2-1 win for the Purple Eagles. He ended up with a 1-2-1 mark on the season with a 2.35 goals against and a .928 save percentage.

SERIES HISTORY

This will be the 17th meeting between the Purple Eagles and the Raiders, dating back to 1997-98. Recently, the teams have played each other seven times in the last three seasons. Overall, Niagara owns an 8-6-2 advantage of Colgate in the series. The teams have played six overtime games in the rivalry, including a 7-6 offensive slugfest last year at Dwyer Arena with The Raiders coming out on top with a gamewinner by Austin Smith. The series is tied at 2-2-2 in overtime contests.

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he was also +3 in that blowout... crazy!

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price got an assist on the only colgate goal of the night, had 3 shots and was +1 in a 5-1 loss against the miami redhawks

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PRICE SCORES IN GAME ONE AGAINST BGSU

10/19/2012 9:54:00 PM

Box Score

HAMILTON – Senior captain Jeremy Price cut the lead to 2-1 late in the third period, but the Colgate men's hockey team came up short of a victory as Bowling Green skated away with a 3-1 win on Friday night at Starr Rink.

The Raiders (1-3-0) were led by Price with assists on his goal going to Daniel Gentzler and Nathan Sinz. It was the first of the season for Price, while Gentzler tallied his second career assist and Sinz added his first point of the year. Spencer Finney was in net for his first collegiate start and made 19 stops between the pipes.

The Falcons (1-2-1) got two points from Dajon Mingo on a goal and an assist and Cam Wojtala and Bobby Shea also scored. Tommy Burke came into a tough situation in goal as starter Andrew Hammond left the game 29 seconds in, but Burke pushed aside 24 shots to earn his first collegiate victory.

Bowling Green took the early 1-0 lead in the first period with Mingo scoring his second of the season 2:43 into the frame. Adam Berkle got the puck behind the Colgate net and shoveled a pass out to Mingo and he slipped a shot between the pads of Finney for the early advantage. Andrew Wallace was also credited with an assist on the play.

At the five-minute mark of the first, Finney came up with huge save to keep it a one-goal game. Bowling Green's Ryan Viselli took advantage of a Colgate turnover in its own zone and Viselli picked up the puck. He tried a backhander on Finney's blocker side, but the rookie swatted it away. The Raiders had their best chance with three minutes left as Gentzler broke in alone on Burke, but the backup netminder made the glove stop.

The Falcons increase the lead with another goal coming in the first two minutes of the period. This time it was the second frame and Wojtala was the recipient of a pass from Mingo and broke in alone into the offensive end. Wojtala shot low on Finney and beat the netminder for the 2-0 lead with the score coming 1:06 into the period. Colgate did own a 9-7 shot advantage in the frame and had some good chances, but Burke solved each one.

Colgate got on the board with 3:07 left in the game on a nice shot from the slot by Price. Sinz fed the puck down to Gentzler on the side boards and the sophomore slid the puck to Price and the tri-captain shot it past the glove of Burke to cut the lead to 2-1. The one-goal deficit was not long lived as Bowling Green added its third of the night with Shea blocking a shot on the defensive and scoring on a breakaway to close out the scoring at 3-1.

Each team went scoreless on the power play and Colgate did hold a 25-22 advantage in shots. The Raiders and the Falcons are back in action tomorrow night at 7 p.m. at Starr Rink. Tickets are still available and can be purchased at the Colgate Ticket Office or logging onto bleedcolgatemaroon.com.

http://www.gocolgateraiders.com/news/2012/10/19/WHOCKEY_1019125600.aspx

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