Niagara Gazette


October 12, 2013

NU seeks revenge against Canisius


Niagara Gazette — “You talk about it all year as a coach. You hope to be playing your best hockey in March, and they were. We have a lot of respect for them. They are very old and very deep, and it is a huge challenge for us.”

Entering the season, goaltending seemed to be a question mark for Niagara. It certainly has not been so far. Jackson Teichroeb will get the start in goal tonight. The freshman made 39 saves in last Saturday’s 2-1 loss to Clarkson.

“We are going to stick with the rotation early in the season,” Burkholder said. “So we are going to come back with Jackson, who had a phenomenal opening game, albeit we lost. We will go back with the rotation and hopefully Jackson can stay hot for us.”

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