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Wesleyan University Men's Hockey Games Continues to Provide An Exciting Season

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The Wesleyan Cardinals played an exciting hockey game against the Bowdoin Polar Bears on January 18 at 3 p.m. The Spurrier-Snyder Rink had a good turnout for this game. Both sides played hard to win in this competitive game. Wesleyan lead in the first few quarters with 2 to 0.

In the third quarter Bowdoin Polar Bears began to score and continued beating the Cardinals 3 to 2 despite their efforts to win. This unexpected scoring in the last half was a disappointment to Wesleyan Cardinal fans. Bowdin College is a liberal arts college located in New Brunswick, Maine. The Wesleyan Team is coached by Chris Potter; head coach, Jim Langlois; assistant coach, John Bellino; assistant coach, and Jim Pancyzkowski; assistant coach.

The games are held at Synder-Spurrier Rink which seat 1,500 people. It has a snack bar and is located in the Freeman Athletic Center on Cross Street in Middletown, Connecticut The games at Wesleyan run until March. Some are at the college other are away. The next game for the Wesleyan Cardinals is February 1 at 7 p.m. They play Hamilton College and Sunday Feb. 2 at 3 p.m. against Amherst College. For a more detailed schedule visit the web page.

For more information on games or to inquire about rental of the rink for your organization call 860-685-2927.

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