PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Host Chatham jumped out to a 4-0 lead after one period, and cruised to a 8-4 victory over the Buffalo State men’s hockey team on Tuesday evening.

FINAL SCORE: Chatham – 8, Buffalo State – 4
LOCATION: Hunt Armory Ice Arena – Pittsburgh, PA
RECORDS: Chatham (11-4-2), Buffalo State (10-8-0)


  • Michael McCosh (Glendale, AZ/New Mexico Ice Wolves) netted a pair of goals for Buffalo State.
  • Joe Glamos (Baldwinsville, NY/New Jersey Titans) recorded multiple points for the sixth time in the last eight games, scoring a goal and assisting on two others.
  • Jared Figueroa (Scotch Plains, NJ/Florida Eels) also scored for the Bengals.
  • Liam Gross (Fort Washington, PA/New Jersey Rockets) made 28 saves in his first collegiate start in goal.


  • Chatham struck first with 14:31 left in the first period, tapping in a rebound right after a Buffalo State penalty had expired.
  • The Cougars doubled up on a shot from the left slot right before the midway point of the frame.
  • Another Buffalo State penalty led to a power-play goal for Chatham, with Caden Smith knocking a rebound past Gross.
  • The Cougars took advantage of a misplay behind the net by Gross, leading to an open goal and an easy goal by Andrew Warhoftig with 43 seconds remaining.
  • McCosh got the Bengals on the board early in the second period, tapping in the rebound after his initial shot was saved.
  • Figueroa cut the deficit to two less than 90 seconds later, off assists from Ryan Leonard (Duxbury, MA/Lindenwood University) and Drayton Todoroff (Jackson, MI/Amarillo Wranglers).
  • Chatham scored again to restore a three-goal advantage, but McCosh’s second goal of the night gave the Bengals hope heading into the third period down just 5-3.
  • The Cougars scored once again to open the third period, before Glamos continued his torrid stretch with a goal to make it 6-4 on the power play.
  • Chatham added an insurance goal, as well as an empty-net goal to thwart any opportunity for a Buffalo State comeback and complete the scoring.


  • Bekk McClaine led Chatham with two goals, while 13 different Cougars registered a point.

The Bengals are back in SUNYAC action this weekend, hosting Morrisville on Saturday evening at 7 p.m. from the Ice Arena.

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