The Mack Report

Postgame: Lowell 4, Merrimack 0

Kyle Singleton vs. UML Lowell 2-1-14

The Highlights

The Pressers

The Podcasts

John Leahy’s pregame interview with head coach Mark Dennehy

http://www.warriorhockey.org/podcast/20140201-dennehypre.mp3

Intermission with WBIN color analyst Don Cahoon

http://www.warriorhockey.org/podcast/20140201-cahoon.mp3

Intermission with Merrimack Director of New Media Ben Parker

http://www.warriorhockey.org/podcast/20140201-parker.mp3

Postgame with head coach Mark Dennehy

http://www.warriorhockey.org/podcast/20140201-dennehy.mp3

The Notebook

  • Merrimack won 37-of-70 draws and held advantages in shot attempts in all three periods (8-5, 14-13, 11-6).
  • Two different River Hawks – Michael Kapa and Chapie – each finished with multi-point nights.
  • Senior Mike Collins led all Warriors with six shots, while Joseph Pendenza put up four shots on target for the River Hawks.
  • Connor Hellebuyck is just one shutout away from tying the UMass Lowell career record of 10, previously set by Carter Hutton (2006-10). He improves his record to 10-5-1 in his 16th start of the season.
  • Lowell senior forward Joseph Pendenza totaled a team-high four shots on goal and won 13 face offs on the night.