Saturday was a frustrating experience for Clarkson, which fell to 0-3 on the season after a 3-1 loss at Cheel Arena to Holy Cross.
Clarkson opened the season with a pair of losses at Colorado College and also lost 6-2 go Canada's Carleton University in an exhibition game at Cheel Arena on Oct. 7.
The Golden Knights are preparing to take on Niagara University in a pair of nonconference games this weekend: 7 p.m. Friday, 7:30 p.m. Saturday. After this series Clarkson will have a pair of nonconference games at Canisius and then will start ECAC Hockey play with a road series at Yale and Brown.
Here are some interviews conducted after today's practice at Cheel Arena:
Clarkson coach Casey Jones
Junior forward Allan McPherson
Sophomore defenseman James Howden
Freshman forward Christian Finch
A Look at Niagara
The Purple Eagles (1-2-2 overall) have had a strange season.
After tying Bowling Green 2-2 at home in the season-opener on Oct. 6, Niagara traveled to Colgate for a Tuesday night game on Oct. 9 and was routed 10-2.
Niagara then opened Atlantic Hockey play with a 2-1 home win against Mercyhurst and then played two games last weekend at Michigan State, losing 3-2 and then tying the Spartans 3-3 on Saturday.
The Purple Eagles have only scored 11 goals in five games and are just 2 for 19 on the power play so far this season. But Niagara has scored first in four of its five games.