|It was a tough year for the Camels, who returned only two|
blueliners from 2015-16, including Greg Liataud (#4 above)
10. Conn College Camels
0-15-3 Conference (10th in NESCAC)
Overall (Conference Rank) Conference Games (conf. rank)
Offense: 1.96 G/Gm (10th) Offense: 1.78 G/GM (10th)
Defense: 3.62 G/GM (10th) Defense: 4.00 G/GM (10th)
Power Play: 12/93 -12.9% (9th) Power Play: 9/68 -13.2% (10th)
Penalty Kill: 71/84 - 84.5% (6th) Penalty Kill: 58/69 - 84.1% (6th)Penalty Minutes per game - 8.6 (5th) Penalty Minutes per game - 9.3(4th)
The Camels entered the 2015-16 campaign coming off a 2014-15 season which saw Conn College earn both their first home playoff game (3rd seed) and their first trip to NESCAC Championship weekend in school history. The Camels lost top scorer JC Cangelosi and most of their blueline, but returned key offensive pieces and a second team All-NESCAC goalie in Tom Conlin.
A dropoff may have been expected, but Jim Ward's wards completely fell off the table, becoming the first team in conference play (started in 1999) not to win a game in conference. Even a cursory glance at the stats tells the story: the 2015-16 Conn College Camels were a bad hockey team.