Barnett, Schmidt, Darby Net 2 Goals Each for Chatham Ice Hockey Against Madison

Chatham celebrates one of its eight goals vs. Madison Credits: Glenn Clark
Mark Winter with the puck for Chatham Credits: Glenn Clark
Ryan Barnett does some board work Credits: Glenn Clark
Andrew Schmidt battles for posession Credits: Glenn Clark
Andrew Schmidt is sent to the ice Credits: Glenn Clark
Ryan Barnett approaches the net Credits: Glenn Clark
Andrew Schmit scored two goals for Chatham Credits: Glenn Clark
Ryan Barnett and Austin Pierce on the doorstep Credits: Glenn Clark
Mark Winter wins a battle for the puck Credits: Glenn Clark
Ryan Barnett takes a shot as Austin Pierce looks on Credits: Glenn Clark
Chatham's 7th Skater had plenty to cheer about during 8-goal outburst against Madison Credits: Glenn Clark
Andrew Schmidt celebrates a goal Credits: Glenn Clark

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Senior Ryan Barnett scored two goals and was credited with two assists in powering Chatham to an 8-2 ice hockey victory over Madison on Wednesday at Mennen Sports Arena.

Sophomore Brendan Darby netted two straight goals for Chatham (8-8-1) in the second period, staking the Cougars to a 4-2 lead. Darby's power-play goal broke a 2-2 tie and was set up by Barnett and Austin Pierce. Barnett then earned the assist on the second goal by Darby.

Chatham broke open the game with four goals in the third period, one each by Andrew Schmidt, Barnett, Sam Ortolani and Jack O'Neil. Schmidt scored his first goal of the game in the second period.

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Michael Gleason's goal in the first period gave Madison (10-7-1) a 1-0 lead before Barnett's power-play goal tied the score with 13 seconds left in the opening period. Darby and Pierce were credited with assists on the goal.

Aaron Willsea's goal in the second period tied it at 2-2 for the Dodgers before Darby connected for his consecutive tallies.




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