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Men's hockey drops game in overtime to Bantams, 3-2

HARTFORD, Conn. -- The Colby College men's  hockey team had two power play goals, but it was a power play score by Trinity College in overtime which gave the Bantams a 3-2 NESCAC victory Friday.

The Mules fall to 8-9-4 overall and 5-7-3 in the NESCAC. Trinity moves to 13-3-5 and 9-4-2 in the league. 
 
Game highlights
* Kienan Scott found the back of the net for Colby thanks to a screen set in front of Bantam first-year goalie Jonah Capriotti. Thomas Stahlhuth slid the puck to Scott, who fired a shot to the top shelf of the goal on the power play at 3:57 of the first period. Nick O'Connor also had an assist on the play.
 
* Timothy Weinstein scored his first of the season at 7:32 for the Bantams to make it 1-1 after one period.
 
*  Trinity went ahead 2-1 when Barclay Gammill tallied just 2:13 into the second period.
 
* Another power play opportunity late in the period allowed Colby to tie the game at 2-2 on a goal from Mark Leprine (pictured). He beat Capriotti off assists from O'Connor and Logan Clarke.
 
* The Mules were called for a tripping penalty just 1:08 into overtime and the Bantams took advantage 1:04 later when Michael Grande scored. 
 
By the numbers
*  Colby goalie Andrew Tucci stopped 29 shots, while Capriotti made 25 stops.

Next up

* Colby plays Saturday at 3 p.m. at Wesleyan University.

Box

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