Brett Gensler Sets Bentley Record in 4-1 Win Over RMU

Bentley senior forward Brett Gensler - Sports Pix

Bentley is now unbeaten in its last five contests.

Watertown, Mass. -- Alex Grieve recorded a hat trick and Brett Gensler added three assists to set the school record for most points in a career at the Division I level as Bentley downed visiting Robert Morris, 4-1, at the John A. Ryan Rink.

Freshman Max French gave the Falcons a 1-0 lead after one period on a goal at the 7:25 mark. Justin Breton and Matt Maher assisted on the score.

Grieve added two power play goals in the second period to give Bentley a commanding 3-0 lead after 40 minutes. Gensler assisted on both goals, the second of which gave him 127 points for his career. That was the magic number to give the St. Charles, Mo. native the all-time lead in Division I program history.

Grieve and Gensler connected again at the 8:33 mark of the third period to give Bentley a 4-0 lead.

RMU's Colin South scored an unassisted goal with just 16 seconds left in the game to break the shutout bid of Bentley senior goaltender Branden Komm, who made 30 saves on the night.

The Falcons (6-7-1) are now 4-0-1 in their last five games. The same two teams will meet again Saturday night at 7:05 p.m.

Jeff Cox covers college and junior hockey, NCAA recruiting, NHL Draft prospects and the AHL for SBNation. Follow him on twitter @JeffCoxSBNation.

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