Chris Potter has a label for it, the points that are grabbed -- or left on the ice -- during every weekend of NESCAC play.
“Every weekend’s a moving weekend, we call it,” said the Wesleyan coach.
As we move into the meat of conference play, no team’s moved better than Wesleyan. A team built around its four senior defensemen, and with a balanced offensive attack, the Cardinals are setting the early league pace with a 5-0-1 record (6-3-1 overall).
They’re 3-for-3 in January, coming off an impressive weekend that saw wins over Middlebury (5-1) and Williams (5-0).