NASHUA, N.H. – Mike Ferraro and Jeremy Carignan each had two goals and one assist to lead eight goal-scorers for the Saint Anselm College men's hockey team in a 10-2 victory at Daniel Webster on Friday afternoon at Conway Arena.
Saint Anselm (4-4-0) scored six times in the first period and twice in each of the final two periods against Daniel Webster (1-9-0) to record its highest goal output since an 11-1 victory over Assumption on Nov. 30, 2011. Jon Pallotta and Trey Aiello each tallied a goal and an assist and Nick Leonard handed out a pair of helpers to give the Hawks five players with multi-point outings.
Carignan and Ferraro scored the first two goals of the night 1:14 apart in the first five minutes of the game with Leonard setting up both goals. Carignan scored the opener at 3:40 of the first period on the power play before Ferraro netted his first collegiate goal at 4:54 to make it 2-0.
CJ Blaszka grabbed Saint Anselm's second power-play goal of the night at 11:18 of the first and Brendon Kerrigan scored short-handed just 1:01 later as the Hawks established a 4-0 lead. Pallotta then set up Ferraro for his second of the night before scoring himself inside the final minute to cap the six-goal first for the Hawks, although Daniel Webster got one back from Chris Timm with 11 seconds left in the first.
Carignan and Trevor Kacz accounted for Saint Anselm's two second-period goals, which both came in the first nine minutes of the period. Carignan now has nine points in his last four games. The Eagles again scored in the final minute of a period, as Dana Arnold got the hosts' second goal at 19:14.
Aiello tallied his second goal of the night, his sixth in the last six games, just 48 seconds into the third period and Peter Sikalis capped the scoring with Saint Anselm's third power-play goal of the game at 15:09.
Saint Anselm outshot Daniel Webster 63-14 in the game. The Hawks were 3-for-5 on the power play and held the Eagles off the board on their five chances.
Anthony D'Urso stopped 25 shots for Daniel Webster in 28:57, before giving way to Morgan Hudson, who saved 28-of-30 shots. Shane Joyce earned the win by stopping 6-of-7 shots in 28:57 of action. Colin Soucy made five saves on six shots in 21:19 in net, while Brenden Cain saved the lone shot he faced in the final 9:44.
Saint Anselm travels to Southern Maine for a 4 p.m. game on Saturday, Dec. 3.