by Team Reporter-Nate Gordon ’16
On Wednesday, January 22nd, Williston Boys Hockey (8-5-1) will travel to Millbrook, N.Y. to take on the Millbrook Mustangs (12-8-1).
The Wildcats will be looking to redeem themselves after a 6-2 loss to Gunnery, in which they allowed three goals in the third period. Williston Head Coach Derek Cunha says of this game, “After watching the film [of the game] yesterday, we saw we made a lot of mistakes that are very correctable. We need to not duplicate those errors.”
Since the holiday break, Williston has a record of 3-2. The three wins came against Worcester Academy (1/8/14), Winchendon (1/10), and Vermont Academy (1/15). In those three games, the Wildcats outscored their opponents 16-4. The two losses were against Berkshire (1/12) and Gunnery (1/18). In those two losses, Williston was outscored 8-3.
Millbrook is 3-4 since the holiday break and most recently lost to Canterbury 2-4, who Williston defeated 4-2 in the season opener back on November 23rd. On January 15th, Millbrook was defeated by Gunnery 5-2.
Mustang senior forward Brett Supinski (#19) leads the team with 14 goals and 16 assists. Supinksi has committed to Union (D1, ECAC) for college hockey.
Millbrook is a is very experienced team with ten seniors on the roster- five defenseman, five forwards.
About tomorrow’s game Cunha says, “Much like all the teams that we play, we need to play our best to have a chance to win.”
Coach Cunha has told me that he does not believe there will service for phones at Millbrook. Because of this, game updates, most likely, will not be available during the game via the team’s Twitter (@WillistonHockey).