With Calof's Hot Play Gaining National Attention, PU Men's Hockey Primed for ECACH Stretch Run
Bill Alden, Town Topics (1/30/13)
Andrew Calof picked up right where he left off as the Princeton University men's hockey team hosted Sacred Heart last Sunday in returning to action after a lengthy exam break.
In Princeton's last game before the hiatus, junior forward Calof notched a goal and three assists to help Princeton top Rensselaer 4-1 on January 12.
Against Sacred Heart, Calof duplicated that one goal-three assist output, sparking the Tigers to a 5-2 triumph over the Pioneers before a crowd of 1,974 at Baker Rink.
The 5'10, 175-pound native of Nepean, Ontario registered his first assist on a Mike Ambrosia tally which gave the Tigers a 2-0 lead after one period. Calof then scored a goal 1:11 into the second period and fed Tyler Maugeri for a tally 1:37 later as the Tigers jumped out to a 4-0 lead. After the Pioneers narrowed the gap to 4-2 early in the third period, Calof got his final assist of the day on another Ambrosia goal which made the final margin 5-2.
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