Brunswick hockey falls to Kent, 7-1

The Brunswick School ice hockey team got off to a slow start against Kent and never recovered, as Kent scored three times in the first five minutes and beat the Bruins 7-1 earlier today.

Stephan Seeger scored Brunswick’s lone goal of the game in the second period, taking the unassisted shot at net at the 14:20 mark of the period. As a team, the Bruins finished with 25 shots on net, while Gryphon Richardson made 33 saves between the pipes for Brunswick.

“I am proud that we did not quit in this game, playing hard and battling, especially in the second and third periods, Brunswick head coach Ron VanBelle said. “Kent was too much for us tonight.”

With the loss, the Bruins fell to 9-9-3 on the season. The road for the playoffs gets a little more challenging for Brunswick, who play their final six games on the road. On Thursday, Brunswick will travel to Hebron and then hit the road against Kents Hill on Friday.

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