King's Men's Hockey Edged by Chatham, 2-1

DECEMBER 9, 2017

KING'S MEN'S HOCKEY EDGED BY CHATHAM, 2-1

PITTSBURGH -- Chris Lutz scored a pair of goals as the Chatham University men's hockey team posted a 2-1 victory over visiting King's College in a United Collegiate Hockey Conference victory Saturday in Pittsburgh.

With the win, Chatham improved to 1-7-2 overall and 1-6 in the UCHC while King's fell to 0-12 and 0-8.

Lutz gave Chatham a 1-0 lead with 11:43 left in the first period off an assist by Kevin Fees. King's tied the game at 1-1 with just 0:58 to play in the opening period when Nicholas Palumbo scored a short-handed goal on an assist by Isaac Cirinna.

Lutz would give Chatham a 2-1 lead with 9:48 to play in the second period following a pass from Fees.

Neither teams would score over the final 29:48 of the game.

Chatham outshot King's 33-28 while the Monarchs held a 38-23 advantage in face-offs. King's goalie Link Ferch made 31 saves in the game while Chatham keeper Matt Calas had 27 stops.

King's will be off for Christmas break and will return to action January 5-6 when Indiana-based Trine University makes the long trip to Revolution Ice in Pittston.

No contests today.
No contests today.
No contests today.