FOND DU LAC, Wis.--Junior All-America forward Trevor Boyd scored two goals, and classmate Kevin Entmaa turned aside all 18 shots he faced, as the nationally-ranked Adrian College men's hockey team (#1 D3hockey.com, #2 US College Hockey Online [USCHO.com]) shut out host Marian (Wis.), 5-0, in a Northern Collegiate Hockey Association contest on Saturday.
= Final Score: Adrian College 5, Marian University 0
= Location: Blue Line Family Ice Center; Appleton, Wis.
= Records: Adrian Bulldogs 2-0 overall (2-0 NCHA South Division), Marian Sabres 1-1 overall (1-1 NCHA North Division)
= National Rankings: Adrian--#1 D3hockey.com, #2 in USCHO.com polls
= Entmaa, a junior goalie, made 18 stops for his first shutout since Oct. 29, 2016, at Milwaukee School of Engineering (6-0, 28 saves).
= Senior Kyle Brothers matched Boyd with a pair of goals among three points.
= Braden Crone led the Sabres with four shots on goal and defenseman Gianni Mangone had three.
= Hunter Vorva had 39 saves.
HOW IT HAPPENED
= The Bulldogs struck for four goals in the second period, as Boyd broke a scoreless tie on the power play with 10 minutes and 59 seconds left. He scored off a scrum at the top of the crease, getting assists from Brothers and senior assistant captain Taylor McCloy.
= Rust, Brothers and Boyd all found the back of the net in a span of less than three minutes to blow the game open 4-0 going into the final period.
= Adrian outshot Marian for the game, 44-18. Vorva stopped all 17 shots he faced in the first period when it was scoreless after 20 minutes.
= Brothers tacked on Adrian's fifth goal at 12:46 of the third.
BEYOND THE BOX SCORE
= In its first two games, Adrian has scored nine of 10 goals during the decisive second period.
= Boyd passed Josh Cousineau (36 from 2010-13) for 13th place on the Adrian career goal-scoring list. With two tonight, he now has 37 in 58 games.
= Entmaa went over 1,000 saves for his career, becoming the fourth Bulldog to do so. He now has 1,015 stops in 43 appearances.
= Adrian has killed off six consecutive power plays for the opponents this season.
= The Bulldogs are 25-2-2 all-time against the Sabres, including a 10-1-2 record at Marian.
= Adrian continues its five-game road swing to open the season next weekend at NCHA opponents Finlandia (Friday, Nov. 10 at 7:15 p.m.) and St. Norbert (Saturday, Nov. 11 at 8 p.m. ET).
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