Yale scores early to top Ramapo, 3-1

January 27, 2016

Sun, Nov 15, 2015

MONSEY, NY – Yale scored two early first period goals on the way to a 3-1 win.

Yale_LogoBrian DeAngelis scored an unassisted goal at 3:46 of the first period. 36 seconds later the Bulldogs upped the lead to 2-0 when Christian Coffman scored at 4:21 on an assist by Danny Levin.

Ramapo came out flying in the second and played Yale tough the rest of the way. Chris Mecca cut the Bulldog lead in half at 3:55 on assists by Matt Rose and Ryan Worth. Both teams had numerous power play opportunities but couldn’t put the puck in the net. A total of seven minor penalties were doled out, four to Ramapo and three to Yale.

Danny Levin netted Yale’s third goal at 3:58 of the third assisted by Will Theiss to give Yale a 3-1 lead. Both teams had good scoring opportunities but strong goaltending on both side prevented any further scoring.

Keith Gay kept the Roadrunners in the game with 42 saves. Yale goalie Miles Petterson turned back 25 of the 26 Ramapo shots.

Ramapo’s next game is Friday, November 20 at home against Seton Hall.