Saturday, October 22, 2011

UNB Wins Wild Game At STFX

The V-Reds found themselves down 3-1 at the end of the first period, but rallied to score 6 goals the rest of the way to secure a 7-6 victory at STFX.

Scoring for UNB were Luke Lynes, Tyler Carroll, Dion Campbell, Kyle Bailey, Thomas Nesbitt, Antoine Houde-Caron and Jonathan Harty. Final shots were 30-22 in favour of UNB.  Bailey lead the team 3 points, while Bretton Stamler (2 assists), Carroll, Harty and Nesbitt each had two points.

 Travis Fullerton went the distance in goal for the V-Reds.

The win puts UNB at 3-0 to start the season.

18 comments:

Anonymous said...

Three wins yes and three not easy wins. Tonight was bizarre with goalies hung out and yet UNB comes out with the W. Recruiting looks like it is complimenting the others.

Grads continue to get some points. Onabigon, Tremblay and Dickson tonight.

Anonymous said...

Very good win on the road with UNB still missing key players from their lineup.

Anonymous said...

Still no MacNeil/Culligan/Kidd...anyone know when they are expected back?

UNB student said...

Was glad to finally be able to catch the last period of the broadcast. Both teams were truly wheelin' and dealin' all night :p

Fun game to watch

Anonymous said...

Who is wearing the A's? And who was going to wear the C before Kyle returned?

Anonymous said...

Stamler/Gallant/Clendenning were all wearing A's last weekend.

Anonymous said...

Did Culligan also have an A during the player introductions and CIS banner ceremony?

Anonymous said...

SMU WEBCAST SUCKS SWEATY PECKER

Anonymous said...

I can't get anything on the webcast. Anyone having any luck?

Anonymous said...

I'm having no problems so far.

Anonymous said...

The cameraman really blew it on the second goal by Houde-Caron. Wasn't even at the right end of the ice.

Anonymous said...

i find there bias at ssn anyways toward every team except unb..

David Kilfoil said...

You have to remember that SSN is just the carrier or network for the home team broadcasts. While the guys calling the games should be objective, you can't expect them to be neutral. Often they are students at the host university.

Anonymous said...

well if it would work would be nice....

Anonymous said...

Why is Bailey's name bigger than everyone else's on the red sweaters they wore Friday night? Is it because he is the captain? If so, isn't that what the C is for?

UNB Bruins Fan said...

I noticed the font on the back of his home jersey last weekend was different than everyone else as well...it's probably because he rejoined the team so late they never had a chance to properly stitch his jerseys and just had to rig something together quickly.

Anonymous said...

Nesbitts number is a diffrent font then the others to... assuming since there was never a 79 that I can remember, does this meen jerseys are recycled?

David Kilfoil said...

UNB definitely re-uses jerseys from season to season. Graduating players are given ONE of their sweaters when they graduate. The remainder are worn by the next player to wear that number.

I also noticed that the font/typeface was different on Bailey's jersey and I assumed like others that they had to hurray to get his name on a spare jersey and whoever they used didn't have the same lettering choices.

Short answer: UNB recycles jerseys.