Friday Flash Final Score

UNLV Rebels 0  3   0 = 3

STONY BROOK 2  1  3 = 6

//Stony Brook off to a very quick start going right to the attack scoring twice in first period….UNLV gets physical, takes over game in 2nd period scoring 3 times….it is 3-3 going into 3rd period…Stony Brook powerplay gives them 4-3 lead in 3rd period…Stony Brook scores their 5th goal leads 5-3, now leads by 6-3…goalie change for UNLV – Erik Eidissen now in net…makes a number of great saves….game comes to a close – Stony Brook wins 6-3…has more shots 56-28.

UNLV goal – D’Andre John from Jordan Rea

UNLV goal – D’Andre John from Bryce Woodward, Pax Malone

UNLV goal – Tristan Mayer breakaway from Cody Williams

UNLV goalies – Ben Giesbrecht, Erik Eidissen


Friday, March 1, 2019

UNLV’s Top 5 


16 – Paxton Malone

15 – Cody Williams – 99 career goals

11 – Joseph Kaszupski

8 – Bryce Woodward

7 – D’Andre John

7 – Zach Lawson

7 – John Moeller

Game-winning goals

3 – Bas Assaf

3 – Joseph Kaszupski

3 – Cody Williams

By Lee Samuels

Hauppauge, N.Y. – It will be cold and snowing outside The Rinx Arena tonight when the Anthony Greener-coached #11 UNLV Rebels hit the ice against the #15 Stony Brook Seawolves in the first of an ultra-heated two-game weekend series at the Rinx.

These are the last two regular season games for UNLV which has a record of 22-7-2. However, Greener says the importance of these two games will determine where the Rebels will be seeded in the upcoming ACHA D1 National Championships in Frisco, Texas.

Currently the Rebels are seeded #11 which is a good spot per Greener.

“We really want to go to the Nationals ranked #11 or better,” he said. 

Stony Brook, 18-9-0 overall, is 10-4-1 on home ice.

Which means there should be ultra-heat in these two weekend games.

UNLV plans to start its #1 goalie Ben Giesbrecht in the Friday game. Overall Big Ben is 15-3-0 with a 1.88 gaa and 92.9% save percentage.

That is awesome arithmetic.

Greener said the Rebels top line will be Cody Willams (“looking for his 100th career goal”), Joseph Kaszupski and Tristan Mayer.

“We know Stony Brook really wants to win and get a higher ranking in ACHA D1 for the Nationals.

“This is what we have to deal with beginning Friday night.”

Game time here tonight will be 9 pm eastern. The Saturday game will be at 7:30 pm eastern.


Go to UNLV Rebels Twitter and Social Media to get a video link to these two weekend games.



UNLV’s Jared Tucotte and Team USA today lost 4-1 to the Czech Republic at the World University Games in Russia. On Sunday Team USA will take on Hungary.