CALGARY, AB -- Calgary Flames prospect Tim Harrison played the hero for the Colgate Raiders this past weekend, scoring both game-winners in a pair of victories over the Sacred Heart Pioneers.
On Friday, with the game even at 2-2, Harrison notched his first collegiate goal when he redirected a Spiro Goulakos slapshot early in the third period. The go-ahead goal sparked the Raiders offence and they ended up picking up a 5-2 win at Milford Ice Pavilion.
The Duxbury, MA native also picked up an assist on Friday night.
Harrison scored twice in Colgate's 4-2 victory on Saturday and set a new single-game career high with those two tallies. His first goal came with just 1.7 seconds remaining in the second period, giving the Raiders a 2-1 lead after 40:00.
Sacred Heart was able to tie things up at 2-2 in the third period but Harrison came through with another goal with 2:11 remaining in regulation.
The 20-year-old currently sits fifth in team scoring with five points in six games.
The Flames drafted Harrison in the sixth round (157th overall) in the 2013 NHL Draft. He is in his sophomore season with Colgate.