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Mark Bedics | NCAA.com | November 15, 2016

Daniel Leavens of Robert Morris tops Three Stars

NCAA Hockey: Top Five Plays

1. Daniel Leavens | Robert Morris

  Daniel Leavens had five points and two game-winners over the weekend.
The Toronto native had both game-winning goals in Robert Morris’ sweep of Atlantic Hockey foe Sacred Heart. In Saturday’s 4-1 victory, he scored the game-winner in addition to having two assists. The Colonials won Sunday’s contest by an identical 4-1 score as the senior forward registered an assist to go along with the game-winning goal. For the weekend, Leavens tallied five points on two goals and three assists with five shots on goal and a +4 rating. He now has 11 points on the year (three goals, eight assists) and 70 points (29 goals, 41 assists) in his career.

2. Dominic Franco | Army West Point

  Dominic Franco had five points and a +5 rating for Army West Point over the weekend.
After scoring only two points in his first seven games of the season, the Portsmouth, Rhode Island, native exploded for five points in leading Army West Point to an Atlantic Hockey sweep of Canisius. In Friday night’s 3-0 victory, Franco scored a goal and assisted on the other two. In Saturday’s 5-2 series finale, he added a goal and an assist to lead the offensive charge. He finished the weekend with five points on two goals and three assists in addition to four shots on goal and a +5 rating.

 

 

3. Cam Brown | Maine

  Cam Brown was tremendous in Maine's upset win over UMass Lowell.
The senior forward led Maine to an upset of No. 5 UMass Lowell on Friday evening, with five points on a goal and four assists in the 5-2 victory. In Sunday’s game in Lowell, the Natick, Massachusetts, native had an assist on the Black Bears' only goal in a 4-1 loss. On the weekend, he tallied six points on one goal and five assists to go along with three shots on goal and a +6 rating. On the season, he now has 10 points on one goal and nine assists. For his career, he has compiled 77 points on 20 goals and 57 assists.

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