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Have Your Bulldogs Spayed or Neutered

Kevin - November 16, 2007 - 10:33 pm

This is Kevin filling in for Jeremy this weekend on

When Clarkson played Princton last week, Steve Zalewski scored an amazing four goals within a single game, sending the Golden Knights to a devastating win over the tame Tigers.  Despite Zalewski's achievement, the main story for that weekend on ECAC Hockey was how a Yale player managed 5 points against the possibly drunk Colgate Raiders.  Given this, one could only guess at the carnage to follow as these two players and teams clashed in Cheel Arena.

The Green and Gold started the game off strong, keeping the puck bouncing off of Yale's goalie Blase, but the lucky sieve was able to keep the Golden Knights from scoring.  The first period was mostly uneventful after that, though amazingly Clarkson didn't incur any penalties.  Luckily, the second period broke that streak and thus the Bonesaw Gods could be appeased.  The second period also had a close call for The Green and Gold as Yale nearly put the puck into the Clarkson net.  After what must have been one of the longest reviews in Cheel Arena history, the Ref declared it a "No Goal" and play finally continued.  Shortly after, at 13:53 in the second period, senior David Cayer scored against Yale, assisted by Chris D'Alvise and Tom Pizzo.

Near the end of the second period, a slashing and holding call against the Knights put Yale into a good position to score with a 5 on 3 powerplay.  The powerplay lasted into the third period but was ultimately killed due to the wonderful skills of senior goalie David Leggio, as well as a strong defensive effort by the Knights.  The third period was just as uneventful as the first, though Yale did manage to put something into a net as one of their players ended up inside their own net with no Clarkson player to blame within 20 feet.  Despite Yale pulling their goalie in the last thiry seconds, Clarkson wins a shut-out game against Yale, 1-0.