#12 Union heads to #18 Princeton and #13 Quinnipiac

This Weekend The No. 12 Dutchmen hit the road this weekend, Nov. 9-10 for a pair of conference games against nationally ranked opponents. On Friday, Union faces-off against No. 18 Princeton before taking on No. 13 Quinnipiac. Both games will start at 7 p.m. (ET). Union Partners with ESPN+ For Hockey Streams Union fans across the country will be able to stream all Union home and select ECAC Hockey games through ESPN.com and the redesigned ESPN App, for just $4.99 a month. Fans can sign up for the service by visiting Plus.ESPN.com For Union hockey fans living outside the United States, Union and many other ECAC Hockey schools have also partnered with Stretch Internet to provide video streaming coverage for games this season, giving all fans the same opportunity to watch ECAC Hockey games for $4.99 a month or $2.99 per game. International fans can access the ECAC Hockey video portal at Portal.StretchInternet.com/ECACHockey Media Coverage Matt Dubrey will have the call this weekend and fans can listen for free at UnionAthletics.com. Live video can be accessed through ESPN+ for fans inside the United States, or through Stretch Internet for international viewing. Live stats for both games will be accessible through the host institution's athletics website. Social Media Receive real-time updates during all Union men's hockey games by following the team's official Twitter account @UnionMHockey. Additional in-game updates and commentary will be provided by assistant sports information director Ross LaDue via his Twitter account @RLaDue. Last Time Out Union earned a weekend sweep, defeating St. Lawrence and Clarkson at Messa Rink last weekend. Both Brett Supinski and Sebastian Vidmar recorded four points over the weekend, with Supinski recording one goal and three assists and Vidmar picking up four assists. Jake Kupsky was in net for both games over the weekend, totaling a .919 save percentage while also picking up an assist in the win over St. Lawrence. Union vs St. Lawrence - Nov. 2 - Messa Rink Union Goals: Jack Adams (x2), Brandon Estes, Ryan Walker (SH). St. Lawrence Goalies: Arthur Brey (L) - 31 saves, 3 goals against Daniel Mannella - 14 saves, 1 goal against. Union Goalie: Jake Kupsky (W) - 19 saves, 1 goals against Power Play: Union 2-6, St. Lawrence 1-5 Noteworthy: Jack Adams scored the first two goals of the game. Brett Supinski and Sebastian Vidmar had two assists each. Ryan Walker scored Union's third shorthanded goal of the season. Jake Kupsky recorded his second career assist on Union's second goal. Union won 63-percent of the faceoffs. Union went 2-for-6 on the power play and was 4-for-5 on the penalty kill. Union vs Clarkson - Nov. 3 - Messa Rink Union Goals: Ryan Walker (PP), Brett Supinski (PP)m Michael Ryan. Clarkson Goalie: Jake Kielly (L) - 26 saves, 3 goals against Union Goalie: Jake Kupsky (L) - 15 saves, 2 goals against Power Play: Union 1-3, Clarkson 2-7 Noteworthy: Brett Supinski and Sebastian Vidmar both had two-point nights, marking four points each for the two seniors over the weekend. Brandon Estes picked up an assist on Supinski's goal, earning his second point of the weekend. Michael Ryan scored his first collegiate goal, and Zacahary Emelifeonwu recorded an assist on the play, marking his first point of the season. Jake Kupsky made 15 saves in net, conceding just one even strength goal over the weekend. Union won 62-percent of the faceoffs against Clarkson. Union went 2-for-7 on the power play and 2-for-3 on the PK. vs Princeton Union owns the overall series record against the Tigers, 34-22-7, which includes a 16-12-3 mark at Hobey Baker Rink. The last time these two teams met, Princeton ended Union's season in the quarterfinals of the ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals and snapped a seven-game winning streak Union held over the Tigers. Excluding the postseason matchup, Union swept the Tigers during the regular season, including a strong 4-1 win in Princeton. Scouting the Tigers Princeton enters the weekend with a 1-1-1 overall record, having beat Dartmouth 7-1 and tying Harvard 4-4 last weekend. The Tigers started the season with a 4-2 loss at Penn State on Oct. 26. Friday's game against Union will also serve as Princeton's home opener. Forward Max Veronneau returns for his senior season and currently leads the Tigers with seven points (1g, 6a). Fellow senior forward Ryan Kuffner was named this week's Player of the Week by ECAC Hockey. Kuffner scored two goals against both Dartmouth and Harvard this past weekend, three of which c