RIT squanders chance for home ice in AHA playoffs

RIT squanders chance for home ice in AHA playoffs

The Tigers finished the regular season with a 13-11-4 record in the conference and 15-15-4 overall. A pair of losses this week — 4-3 at Niagara on Wednesday and then Saturday’s loss — meant instead of hosting a best-of-three playoff series as one of the top four seeds, RIT ends up slotted fifth and goes on the road to play Sacred Heart (14-11-3, 15-15-4)…

RIT hockey hopes Brown is heating up just at the right time

RIT hockey hopes Brown is heating up just at the right time

By KEVIN OKLOBZIJA A year ago, Erik Brown was a horse in front of the opposing net, the immovable Clydesdale who made scoring goals look easy. He scored 30 goals, second-most in the nation. This year, Brown has still been that disruptive-to-a-defense, down-low focal point of the Rochester Institute of Technology power play. Pucks, however, […]