Team white wins the annual 3v3 tournament.

This thursday team white captained by Joe Amodio with Peyton MacMillan, Cole Pasquini, Matt Colombia, Taylor Nitz And Eli Curry captured the prestigious 3v3 tournament title after very strong round robin play during the week landed them in the top seed going into the playoff rounds.

The saints will continue to have weekly practices and host recruits during the remainder of skates this spring.

Saints win the I87 Cup in ovetime!

Your Siena Saints entered friday nights game two of the I87 cup down one game to none in the best of three series with rival Marist. After trailing early in the first and again halfway through the second period the Saints tied it up at 3 going into the final period. In an exciting back and forth third period neither team was able to score, forcing overtime. Halfway through the overtime period #25 Sam Hedlund scored on the power play firing the puck into the upper corner sealing the victory. Friday nights win not only evened the series but was also a special night as our two seniors Andrew Lee and Eli Curry were honored before the game. Saturday the Saints traveled to Marist for the decisive game three. Marist started the game energized by their home crowd and the Saints found themselves down 2-0 after the first period. Battling back the Saints would score once in the second and fight hard to score again in the third to tie the game at 2 with just over a minute to play in the game. This time it would take the entire overtime before #18 Scott Banker found the back of the net with just .2 seconds to play completing the series win and with it the Saints are bringing the I87 cup back to Loudonville.

Siena players honored with All-Conference, All-Rookie, and All-Academic selections.

This season several Saints received well deserved recognition for their hard work both on and off the ice. Sophomore forward Jake Koszelak was selected to the all conference team while freshman defenseman Brett Schofield was selected to the all Rookie team. The Saints also had 12 players named to the all academic team for players who hold a gpa of 3.3 and above. Jr Matt Powers, Fr Mike Suozzi, Fr Jack Kurathowski, So Joe Amodio, So Micheal Garcia, Fr Scott Banker, Fr Dan Hewitt, Sr Andrew Lee, Sr Eli Curry, Jr Zach Rupert, So Mike West, and Jr Noah Savastio all received all academic honors.

Pink The Rink

On October 16th the Saints played their annual pink the rink game to support breast cancer awareness. Although Siena fell to Clarkson splitting the back to back series one game a piece it was a successful weekend off the ice. The players and coaches followed the game up by volunteering in Albany at the making strides against breast cancer walk on Sunday morning. The Saints have also been selling the t-shirts pictured above to fundraise for the cause.

Siena 3v3 Champs!

The Saints made the most of the canceled season with a 3v3 tournament over the past 5 weeks of this semester. The final game resulted in team pink be crowned champs beating team yellow in overtime 4-3.

Left to right: Eli Curry, Mike West, Ryan Muscatello, Andrew lee, Nick Koszelak, and Jake Koszelak. Missing from picture Alex Casino.

This was also the last skate for our seniors. A thank you for everything they have done for the team.

Left to right: Rob Lunder, Sean Moore, John Young, and Nick Koszelak.

Siena​ wraps up season with senior night

On February first Siena honored seven seniors before their last home game against Westfield State. An exciting game and extremely hard fought game ended in a 2-2 tie. Siena Goals were scored By #28 Nick koszelak and #27 Rob lunder. Zac Rentz was very solid in net as the Saints tied the Owls who finished first in their league.

Siena Plays Pond Hockey

Recently players from Siena participated in Albany County’s winter fest. The event took place during Albany County Winterfest at Lawson Lake County Park in Feura Bush NY. The day started with a ceremonial puck drop before Siena split into two teams for a fun morning of hockey. Kids from the community joined the game and were able to play with the players. After the game, the team enjoyed some of the food provided at the event.

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