OP Hockey Pulls Out a Draw against Livingston


On January 10th, OP Puck came out with a tie against Livingston, a very worthy opponent, with a final score of 2-2. Will Moran scored both goals for the Rams and Darren Keaveney ended the day with an impressive 28 saves. 


After giving up a goal five minutes into the first period, the Rams responded with a goal of their own, courtesy of Will Moran, who picked up a rebound and put it in the back of the net. 


The game was a very physical one, with both teams laying bodies left and right. Matt Clark raced up the ice with 10 minutes left in the third period and cut to the middle but took a big hit from the Livingston defender. This paved the way, however, for Will Moran to take the puck and shoot top shelf for the goal. This goal gave the Rams the lead almost halfway through the third period. 


The Rams, however, took a few penalties which Livingston capitalized on late into the game, making the score 2-2. 


Darren Keaveny canceled out all other opportunities that Livingston had later in the game. He finished with an impressive 93% save percentage, stopping 28 out of 30 shots.