A pair of shutouts for freshman goalie Matthew Galajda leaves Cornell men’s hockey tied for first

Cornell men’s ice hockey beat Colgate at home on Friday night and again in Hamilton on Saturday on a pair of shutouts for freshman goalie Matthew Galajda. The Big Red wins and Clarkson’s first loss of the season in conference play on Saturday leaves Cornell men’s ice hockey in a tie with Clarkson for first place in the ECAC.

Cam Donaldson scores on Colgate goalie Colton Point on Saturday night in Hamilton. 14850 Photo by Mark H. Anbinder.

Anthony Angello scored both goals on Friday night for Cornell against the visiting Raiders, and a pair of freshmen, Cam Donaldson and Kyle Betts, got the pair of tallies on Saturday.

Galajda is now tied for the Cornell program record for shutouts for a freshman goalie, matching the record of five held by All-American David McKee. Cornell’s unbeaten streak now stands at eight games.

Cornell takes their 10-1-1 conference record (16-2-1 overall) on the road to Harvard and Dartmouth next weekend. The team held the #4 ranking in both major college hockey polls coming into this weekend.

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