End of regulation. Delaware takes it 7-2, outshot Rutgers 51-29
Delaware gets one right back, 7-2
🚨 GOAL 🚨 Rutgers gets one back with under two minutes to go in regulation, 6-2 Delaware
Both teams back on the ice for the third and Delaware quickly makes it 5-1
Rutgers heads into the second intermission down 4-1, being outshot 33-19
Rutgers heading to the power play
Rutgers kills the 5-on-3 but Delaware is up 3-1 here in the second
End of the first at IceLine. Delaware leads 2-1, up on SOG 19-12
Delaware scores a power play goal and leads 2-1
Rutgers takes a penalty and we’ll have 49 seconds of 5-on-5 hockey before the first intermission
Delaware ties it up. Eight and a half minutes to go in the first, shots even at 9 apiece
Rutgers University is proud to announce that they will be joining the NECHL for the upcoming 2018-2019 season. Rutgers will be joining the conference as its eighth member and will face off against University at Buffalo, Canisius College, Cornell University, Oswego State, Niagara University, Cortland State, and RIT during conference play.
Rutgers is returning to NECHL after a brief stint in the ESCHL. Rutgers was one of the original members of the NECHL and is happy to be back in an organized conference. Joe Dickson Head Coach of Rutgers had this to say “Rutgers is very happy to be back in the NECHL & once again compete for a spot in the national tournament”
Rutgers schedule will have them playing each conference team two times each and plan on making their conference debut against Cortland on September 28 at Pro Skate Arena.