Husson tops Lyndon in NAC Quarterfinals

Husson tops Lyndon in NAC Quarterfinals

BANGOR, Maine - Husson defeated Lyndon 15-4 in the quarterfinal round of the North Atlantic Conference playoffs Saturday night at Boucher Field.

The Eagles would strike first at the 14:13 mark of the first when Zack Glazier hit Trent Sell for the first goal of the game. Husson would score four more times in the first. The first one coming from another pass from Glazier this time to Derek Driscoll with 5:03 left.

Brandon Corbo would score his first of his four goals in game with an unassisted goal 37 seconds later making the game 3-0. At the 1:27 mark Glazer would find Corbo again with his second goal of the period.  With 40 seconds left to go in the period Glazier would finally find the back of net for his first goal of game.

Ricky Carroll (Ann Arbor, Mich.) scored Lyndon first goal of the game with 13:46 left in the second period on a man -up opportunity when Derek Johnson was called for a cross-checking penalty at 14:09.

The Eagles would respond 15 seconds later when Glazier found James Seager for his eighth goal on the season. Corbo would then net his third of the game from a nice pass from Sell with 7:53 to go and about 50 seconds later Glazier would end the scoring of the first half with his second of the game.

Corbo would open the second half with his fourth of game at the 13:54 mark but the Eagles were not done scoring as they would take advantage of a Carroll slashing penalty when Corbo would find Glazier for a man-up goal with the 11:49 left in the third period.

Kevin McCarthy (Sayville, N.Y.) got the Hornets on the scoreboard in the second half when he scored an unassisted goal at 11:37 in third and Colin Young (Sharon, Vt.) added another as Lyndon made the game 10-3. The Eagles would close out the scoring in the third when Sell scored his second of game and Kevin Nolan scored from an assist from Driscoll.

In the fourth the Eagles would score two man-down goals thanks to a cross-checking penalty to Johnson and an Illegal body checking penalty to Rich Gardner. The first goal came off the stick of Seager when Glazier from him at the 7:12 mark and Brandon Bosse from a Nolan pass at 5:00 mark extending the Husson lead to 14-3.

Robert Crupi (Scituate, Mass.) scored Lyndon's final goal of the game with 3:50 left in the game but Glazier wasn't done as he would take a pass from Sell 27 seconds later for his fourth of the game making the game 15-4.

Glazier would finish the game with a game high nine points, grab nine groundballs, caused one turnover on defense and record his 6th game winning goal on the season tying him with Mitch Heaps for the most in one season.   Corbo had four goals and one assist for five points as he record his 147th career point the third most in program history and took a game high 16 shots.

Tom Lepage made eight saves in the net for the Eagles as he picked up his ninth win on the season breaking the single-season school record for wins by a goalkeeper. Ryan Leavitt (West Burke, Vt.) made 22 saves in goal for the Hornets.

Lyndon State will host Albertus Magnus in a non-conference matchup on Thursday, April 30th at 3:30pm.