Recap

Published on September 18th, 2010 | by Vanderbilt Hockey

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VU Nets Baker’s Dozen, First Win Versus Auburn

Vanderbilt Hockey’s season and home opener, a 13-0 win over Auburn, was a complete game on both sides of the ice for the Commodores.  Highlighted by three goals from sophomore Chris Sperandio and two from both senior P.J. Tatum and sophomore Kyle McCann, 8 different players scored across each of the team’s four offensive lines.  Junior goalie Brenden Oliver locked down the net for his sixth career shutout behind a stout defensive stand anchored by senior Kyle Brennan and junior Nathan Tardiff.

While it would seem hard to find fault in such a convincing win, the Commodores can certainly look to improve in one area: penalties.  The stats were ugly:

  • 11 penalties doled out to 7 different players
  • 24 minutes spent in the box
  • Nearly 4 full minutes spent on the two-men-down penalty kill

Vanderbilt will drop the puck once again tonight (9/18) versus Auburn, this time with a full roster following yesterday’s religious holiday.  The ‘dores will look to reign in the elbows and crosschecks en route to a 2-0 season start.

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