Troy Despite controlling the pace of play for large swaths of a non-conference matchup against No. 13 UNH, the RPI Engineers were mauled by the Wildcats power play, which went a perfect 3-for-3 as New Hampshire (9-5-1) defeated RPI 6-3 on Wednesday night at Houston Field House. Controlling the pace early, RPI (3-11-3) grabbed the lead 2:26 into the first period when Owen Stout fed a backhand pass out to Billy Jerry in the low slot. Jerry's one-timer beat New Hampshire goaltender Danny Tirone low on the glove side. "We didn't force plays, we didn't try to make something out of nothing," said RPI coach Dave Smith. "For the bulk of the game, I thought five-on-five we were really dialed in and played well.Read More

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