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Morrisville State drops second straight, falls 6-2 to Plattsburgh

Release written by Heather Foster, Sports Information Student Assistant 

MORRISVILLE, N.Y. – The Mustangs fell to a 9-10-1 (6-5-1 SUNYAC) overall record after tonight’s game against the SUNY Plattsburgh Cardinals, ending with three unanswered Plattsburgh goals in the third period.

The Mustangs netted an early lead nearly three minutes into the first period from Nick Kulas (Parma, MI) assisted by Jamie Nelson (Stratford, ONT) and Taylor Vince (Barrie, ONT). Less than one minute later, the Cardinals answered with an unassisted goal from Dylan Clarke (Belleville, ONT) to even the score. Later in the first period, Kyle Kudroch (Cottam, ONT) and Eric Satim (Montreal, Quebec) gave the Cardinals a two-goal lead, each netting a goal apiece. The Mustangs ended the first period down by two.

Bobby Cass (Burlington, ONT) started the Mustangs off strong in the second period with a goal 28 seconds after the face-off, assisted by James Jarvis (Pickering, ONT) and Rob Sgarbossa (Campbellville, ONT), putting the Mustangs down by one goal.

The Cardinals netted three in the third period to secure the win, starting with a goal from Dan Sliasis (Georgetown, ONT) at 6:35. Satim scored his second of the game, an empty-net goal with only 37 seconds left, and finally Kyle VanDermale (Brentwood, N.H.) put one past Morrisville’s Caylin Relkoff (Grand Forks, BC), an unassisted goal in the last second of the game.

Tonight’s game benefited Saves For A Cure, a non-profit organization founded by former Brockport goaltender Todd Sheridan, aimed to help children with their battle against cancer in the Rochester, New York area. The Morrisville State men wore “Saves For A Cure” jerseys in tonight’s contest that are being auctioned off until tomorrow, ending at 5 p.m.

The Mustangs return to the ice Friday, Feb. 11, at SUNY Cortland starting at 7 p.m.

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