Derek Arnold scored a pair of goals and Riley Wetmore had a goal and an assist to help No. 14 UMass-Lowell skate past Masscahusetts in a Hockey East contest Friday night at Mullins Center.
Connor Hallebuyck had 26 saves for the River Hawks (14-9-2, 8-8-2), who put only 19 shots on UMass goalie Kevin Boyle.
Michael Pereira, Conor Sheary, and Rocco Carzo scored for the Minutemen (10-13-2, 7-10-1).
Vermont 2, Northeastern 1 — Ben Albertson scored the winner midway throught the second period and freshman Brody Hoffman made 26 saves to lift the Catamounts (9-14-4, 6-10-4) over the Huskies (8-15-3, 4-12-3) at Matthews Arena.
Chris Rawlings had 32 saves for NU, whoss goal came off the stick of Adam Reid.
Harvard 4, Colgate 1 — Michael Everson snapped a 1-1 tie at 11:29 of the second period and added an insurance tally less than four minutes later to spark the host Crimson (6-15-2, 3-12-1) to an ECAC victory over the Raiders (13-11-4, 5-8-3).
Alex Fallstrom scored in the first period and Dan Ford had an empty-netter for Harvard, which received a 24-save effort from Raphael Girard.
RPI 5, Brown 1 — Jacob Laliberte had a goal and an assist for the host Engineers (13-11-5, 8-6-3) in an ECAC victory over the Bears (9-10-5, 5-7-5).
Cornell 4, Dartmouth 2 — Joel Lowry broke a scoreless tie 49 seconds in the second period and the visiting Big Red (9-13-2, 5-10-2 ECAC) beat the Big Green (11-9-4, 7-7-3).
Holy Cross 4, UConn 1 — Sophomore Matt Ginn made 21 saves and the visiting Crusaders (15-10-2, 11-7-2 Atlantic Hockey) had four different scorers in a victory over the Huskies (13-13-3, 10-10-2).
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Boston College junior forward Kevin Hayes was suspended indefinitely because of a violation of team rules, according to coach Jerry York.
Hayes, a 6-foot-3-inch, 213-pound forward from Dorchester, played 26 games and has recorded 24 points — six goals and 18 assists. He ranks fourth on the team in scoring.
In his 101-game collegiate career, Hayes has 66 points — 17 goals.
Southern Maine 3, UMass-Boston 2 — Kailey Bubier scored at 2:02 of overtime to give the visiting Huskies (7-11-6, 6-7-4 ECAC East) the victory over the Beacons (8-12-4, 5-8-4).