|Landon Smith (photo by Kim Klement/USA Today)|
The teams went scoreless in a second period that saw the teams combine for nine penalties. Quinnipiac pounded another 13 shots on Cam Hackett who was really strong for RPI in this game. The Engineers finished the second period with 4 shots on goal. Quinnipiac goaltender Chris Truehl didn't see much action in the first two periods of this game making only ten saves.
|Bo Pieper (photo by Zack Whittman/Tampa Bay Times)|
The Bobcats completely dominated the shot total in the third with 25-5. They finished the game out shooting the Engineers 51-15. Chris Truehl had 14 saves for his 8th win of the season and rarely had to break a sweat tonight. Quinnipiac was the dominant team throughout this game and the only reason this was a 4-1 game was Cam Hackett and the Bobcats hitting at least five posts on the night. The Bobcats return to action tomorrow night to face the Union Dutchmen fresh off a 7-3 win against Princeton tonight.