2018-19 Men's Ice Hockey Players of the Week

March 4, 2019
Taggart Corriveau, Trinity Taggart Corriveau
Trinity College
Junior • Forward • New Britain, Conn.

Corriveau scored the game-winning goal with 0.1 seconds left in overtime in the championship game on Sunday to lift the Bantams past Amherst, 3-2 and claim their third NESCAC crown in the last four years. The goal was Corriveau’s second last-second game-winner in as many weeks. His slapshot with four seconds left in regulation in the regular season finale versus Wesleyan gave Trinity the victory.
Weekly Release #14
February 18, 2019
Taggart Corriveau, Trinity Taggart Corriveau
Trinity College
Junior • Forward • New Britain, Conn.

Corriveau tallied three points in a 2-0 week for the Bantams. Corriveau scored the equalizer to knot the score at 5-5 in a 6-5 victory over Wesleyan on Friday. He added the game-winner with four seconds left against the Cardinals on Saturday to help the Bantams secure the top seed in the NESCAC Championship.
Weekly Release #13
February 11, 2019
Jon Stickel, Hamilton Jon Stickel
Hamilton College
Senior • Forward • Pittsburgh, Pa.

Stickel had a hand in five of the Continentals’ six goals in two conference road wins. He scored two goals and added the primary assist on the goal that drew Hamilton even at 3-3 in an eventual 4-3 overtime victory at Tufts on Saturday. It was the first multi-goal game of his collegiate career. He had the primary assist on both goals in a 2-1 triumph at Connecticut College on Friday.
Weekly Release #12
February 4, 2019
Joey Lupo, Amherst Tim Sestak
Wesleyan University
Junior • Goaltender • Darien, Conn.

Sestak made 64 total stops and posted a .985 save percentage in a pair of NESCAC wins. He recorded his seventh shutout of the year with 31 saves in a 2-0 victory at Middlebury and stopped 33 shots in an overtime win at Williams. Sestak leads the conference in goals against average (1.00) and save percentage (.967).
Weekly Release #11
January 28, 2019
Joey Lupo, Amherst Tim Sestak
Wesleyan University
Junior • Goaltender • Darien, Conn.

Sestak recorded 71 saves, including 47 stops in a 1-0 shutout over Amherst, in two wins last week. He earned his 1,000th career-save in a 4-2 victory over Hamilton on Saturday and leads the conference in save percentage (.964) and win percentage (.917).
Weekly Release #10
January 21, 2019
Josh Sarlo, Tufts Josh Sarlo
Tufts University
First Year • Goaltender • Lynbrook, N.Y.

Sarlo’s 59-save performance backed Tufts’ 1-1 tie at Trinity on Friday night. The 59 saves are tied for the fourth-most by a Tufts goalie in team history and is the most stops by a Jumbo goaltender since All-American Scott Barchard posted 60 saves against UNE in 2009-10. Sarlo made 28 saves in the second period, then 19 more in the third period.
Weekly Release #9
Mike Armstrong, Williams Mike Armstrong
Williams College
Sophomore • Defenseman • West Newton, Mass.

Armstrong scored three goals, including two game-winners, to lead the Ephs to a 2-0-0 week. Armstrong scored his first collegiate goal with 5:12 left in the third period to break a scoreless tie and lead the Ephs to a 2-0 win over Bowdoin. On Saturday against Colby, he added two more goals, including the game-winner at the 9:33 mark of the second period. He added an empty-net tally with 37 seconds left to seal the win for the Ephs.
Weekly Release #8
January 14, 2019
Joey Lupo, Amherst Tim Sestak
Wesleyan University
Junior • Goaltender • Darien, Conn.

Sestak posted two shutouts last weekend. He recorded 27 saves in Wesleyan’s 5-0 win over Bowdoin and followed up with 20 stops, including four saves in overtime, in a 0-0 tie at Colby. Sestak leads the conference in save percentage with .966.
Weekly Release #7
January 7, 2019
Joey Lupo, Amherst Joey Lupo
Amherst College
Junior • Forward • St. Louis, Mo.

Lupo scored twice and added three assists for five points to help Amherst pick up a pair of conference wins. Lupo scored twice, including a short-handed tally, in a four-goal rally for the Mammoths and assisted on a power-play tally in a 6-3 victory versus Bowdoin. He handed out assists on two of Amherst’s three goals in the first period in a 6-3 win over Colby.
Weekly Release #6
January 2, 2019
Lucas Michaud, Trinity Lucas Michaud
Trinity College
First Year • Forward • South Portland, Maine

Michaud scored twice and added an assist in two games at the Superior Showdown in Wisconsin last weekend. Michaud scored two of Trinity’s five goals in a 5-3 win over Wisconsin-Superior before assisting on the team’s second power-play goal of the game in a 4-1 victory over Marian.
Weekly Release #5
December 10, 2018
Andrew Tucci, Colby Andrew Tucci
Colby College
First Year • Goaltender • Peterborough, Ontario

Tucci stopped all 83 shots and posted a 1.000 save percentage in three shutout victories for the Mules. He started the week with 33 saves, including 17 in the second period, in a 2-0 win over Saint Anselm. Tucci made 25 saves in an 8-0 win against Connecticut College and closed out the week with 25 stops in a 2-0 win at Tufts. Tucci ranks second in the save percentage (.937), tied for second in goals against average (1.72), and first in minutes played (489:43) in the  NESCAC. He has played every minute during Colby’s current six-game unbeaten streak (4-0-2).
Weekly Release #4
December 3, 2018
Adam Wisco, Middlebury Adam Wisco
Middlebury College
First Year • Goaltender • Peterborough, Ontario

Wisco stopped 60 of the 64 shots he faced to earn his first two career wins last weekend. He made 35 saves on Friday night in a 4-2 win over Connecticut. College, before stopping 25 shots in a 6-2 victory over Tufts the following day.
Weekly Release #3
November 26, 2018
Ryan Pfeffer, Trinity Ryan Pfeffer
Trinity College
Senior • Forward • Canton, Mass.

Pfeffer scored four goals and added an assist to help Trinity come back from a 3-0, first-period deficit versus Aurora to post a 6-4 win. Pfeffer assisted on Trinity’s first goal of the game and scored the team’s second goal in the second period, before scoring three times in the third to help the Bantams earn the victory. Two of his goals came via the power play. He also added an assist in Trinity’s 7-0 shutout over Saint Anselm on Sunday.
Weekly Release #2
November 19, 2018
Marcus Mollica, Williams Marcus Mollica
Williams College
Senior • Forward • Dove Canyon, Calif.

Mollica registered six points on five goals and an assist to lead the Ephs to a 2-0-0 start in the conference play. He netted the game-winning goal in both Eph road victories. He scored the first two goals, including a short-handed tally, on the way to a hat-trick in a 4-1 win over Bowdoin. His power-play goal with 11:05 left in the third period against Colby proved to be the difference in a 4-3 victory for the Ephs. It was one of two goals in the game for Mollica.
Weekly Release #1