Corsairs Roll Through Hockey in Season Opener

Corsairs Roll Through Hockey in Season Opener

Framingham, Mass.- The UMass Dartmouth men's ice hockey team was led by a hattrick by senior Cameron Mack on their way to an 8-1 win over Framingham State Tuesday evening at Loring Arena.


- Score: UMass Dartmouth 8, Framingham State 1

- Records: UMass Dartmouth (1-1, 1-0 MASCAC), Framingham State (0-1, 0-1 MASCAC)

Location: Loring Arena - Framingham, Mass.


  • An early powerplay in the opening minutes gave the Rams an early opportunity but the towards the end of the two-minute advantage UMD snuck out on a break only to have their breakaway stopped by an acrobatic save by Rams senior netminder Greg Harney (East Haven, Conn.) to keep the game scoreless.
  • The visitors were able to break through in the sixth minute on a powerplay of their own when Nicholas Short sent a long pass to Cameron Mack to capitalize on the man advantage.
  • About ten minutes later a Rams defender brought down a UMD skater on a breakaway and a penalty shot was awarded. John Grealish was able to squeeze the shot thought the five hole and trickled in.
  • The Rams got on the board in the opening minute of the second when Matthew Paiotti scored unassisted on shothanded.
  • A little under midway through the period Mack scored with helpers from Dillon Radin and Sean Leonard.
  • Radin and John Grealish scored to send the Corsairs to the breakup 5-1. Jake Maynard, Mack and Michael Perrone each tallied in the final frame to reach the final margin.


  • The Corsairs outshot the Rams 56-to-28 and 38-to-16 in the final two frames.
  • Harney made 42 saves in the first two periods before giving way to Nolan Greene for the final frame. Chris Stangarone made 27 stops in the win for UMD.
  • UMD was 1-for-5 on the man advantage with two shorthanded scores. The Rams were 0-for-5 on the powerplay and scored once a man down.


The Rams return the ice on Saturday, November 9th when they host Southern New Hampshire in a non-conference battle at 7:40pm.

The Corsairs sit until next Thursday, November 14th when they travel to Worcester State for a 4:40pm MASCAC tilt.