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In the Rink: Chatham vs. King’s College

Kasandra Petersen (right) celebrates her record-setting first-period goal with fellow senior Marissa Janiga. -- BRIAN MITCHELL

HARMAR TWP., Pa. — Brian Mitchell was in the rink at Alpha Ice Complex as Chatham hosted the King’s College Monarchs on senior day for the Cougars.

Chatham shut out the Monarchs, 4-0, to sweep the weekend series after recognizing seniors Cassidy Calhoun, Lyndsey Gallaway, Sydney Isbell, Marissa Janiga, Emma McFarlane and Kasandra Petersen.

Sydney Isbell’s 1,500th save

Petersen had two goals including the game-winner, a shorthanded tally in the first period. Her 13 goals on the season set a new Chatham record. Isbell made 17 saves for her second straight shutout and third of the season. She also recorded career save number 1500 in the game.

Former West Allegheny and Pittsburgh Penguins Elite goaltender Emma Zeveny took the loss for King’s despite making 47 saves while playing in her hometown.

The Cougars will finish their 2017-18 season Feb. 16 and 17 at Lebanon Valley College in Annville, Pa. Chatham remains in seventh place in the United Collegiate Hockey Conference after the victory and improved to 5-14-2 on the season. A Utica win on Saturday over Manhattanville assured that the Cougars will not finish in one of top six spots, which earn a berth in the UCHC tournament.


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