Men’s Ice Hockey Drops Senior Night Game to Curry

Men's Ice Hockey Senior Night: Greene, Siering, Wolf, Schafer

WORCESTER, Mass. – The Becker College men's ice hockey team dropped its senior game to the visiting Colonels of Curry College by a score of 10-1 in a Saturday evening Commonwealth Coast Conference (CCC) matchup.



February 16, 2019
Worcester Ice Center
Score: Curry 10, Becker 1
Records: Curry (16-6-3, 11-4-2 CCC) | Becker (3-21-1, 2-14-1 CCC)



Prior to the start of the game, Becker recognize its 2019 senior class.  The following were recognized:  #12 Brian Greene (Barnstead, N.H.), #14 Austin Siering (Dover, N.H.), captain #10 Stephen Wolf (Somersworth, N.H.), captain #24 Corey Schafer (Johnstown, Pa.)



The first period was scoreless until the last second when Alex Ochterbeck (Dallas, Texas) hit a one-timer wrist shot with help from Mic Curran (Arlington, Mass.) and Viktor Jansson (Stockholm, Sweden) for the 1-0 edge heading into the first intermission.



The second period featured three curry goals from Billy Vizzo (Shelton, Conn.), Zachary Wright (Milford, Conn.) and Kalle Sundell (Helsinki, Finland).  The Colonels led 4-0 going into the final frame.



Becker spoiled the shutout in the fifth minute of the third period when Jason Diamond (Lakeville, Conn.) had a wrap-around goal succeeding passes from Zachary Bettmeng (Sioux Falls, S.D.) and Schafer.  However, the last 15 minutes of play consisted of six Curry goals, including three power-play scores.  Vizzo scored his second goal of the game at 6:21 and completed the hat-trick with a power-play goal at 13:33.  White and Sundell each scored their second goals of the game, while the other goals came from Joseph Thielen (Huntington Beach, Calif.) and Jordan Williamson (Okotoks, AB).



  • Curry outshot the Hawks 55-16 throughout the contest.
  • Vizzo led all scoring with three goals for a hat-trick. He also assisted one.
  • White finished with two goals and an assist for the visitors.
  • Curry's Kasper Kjellkvist (Vaxjo, Sweden) logged a stunning four assists in the victory.
  • Curry capitalized on 4-of-7 power-play chances, while Becker went 1-for-3.
  • The Colonel's Justin Ketola (Cloquet, Minn.) earned his 10th win in net, stopping 15-of-16 Hawk shots.
  • Becker's Grant Martens (Bloomington, Minn.) suffered the loss in 50:38 played, as he made 39 saves.  Ryan Clifford (Coventry, R.I.) released Martens and stopped 6-of-10 shots faced in 9:22 played.



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