Lockport Union-Sun & Journal — Niagara has dominated Atlantic Hockey opponents so far this season, outscoring them 24-3.
“Going into the break we can’t be playing any better,” Chubak said. “We are happy with our conference play, for sure.”
Now Niagara gets a break until hosting Atlantic Hockey cellar-dweller Sacred Heart on November 30 and December 1 in Dwyer.
“A break is always nice, the season is usually pretty stressful,” Chubak said. “Saying that, it will be a little tough. But we will be ready for our next game, for sure.”
Freshman Terry Shafer made 28 saves for the Colonials, who outshot Niagara 43-31. RMU falls to 3-3-0 in conference play and 4-4-0 overall.