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What can Brown do for you? …Lose!

Spencer - November 17, 2007 - 11:09 pm

A night after climbing back from a 3-0 hole to forge a 4-4 tie against the eternally hated SLUzers, the Brownies tonight found themselves in a similar situation.  But this time things wouldn’t end so happily.

The first period had plenty of exciting action with several penalties called on both sides, but ended with the score knotted at zero.  Play headed to the second period where…

...the Knights took the lead on a goal by Scott Freeman (assisted by Bryan Rufenach and Chris D’Alvise) six minutes in!  After several more penalties on both sides, the Knights finally broke through on the power-play with three minutes to go on a goal scored by Chris D’Alvise (assisted by Nick Dodge and Matt Beca).  Only 37 seconds later, the Knights scored yet again when Lauri Tuohimaa (assisted by Christ D’Alvise and Scott Freeman) got one by the sieve that is Dan Rosen.  (Let’s face it… he’s terrible and his team isn’t much better.)

After a silly Clarkson penalty with 1.2 seconds remaining in the second period, the Brownies scored a power-play goal 16 seconds into the third.  But three minutes later the hunger of Chris D’Alvise was too much for the pathetic Brown defense to hold back as he scored his second power-play goal of the game (assisted by Nick Dodge and Matt Beca), giving him four points on the night.  The feeble Brownies managed another goal but could not overcome the stellar play of Leh-Gee-OHHHH!!!

Despite a plethora of penalties on both sides, the bonesaws were raised four times as the Knights came away with a 4-2 win and another four point weekend!


We’d also like to congratulate the excellent play of the lady Knights this weekend as they tied and then defeated the Mercyhurst Lakers on consecutive afternoons at Cheel Arena.  Mercyhurst is ranked #2 in the country, even receiving 3 first place votes last week.  The lady Knights ensured THAT won’t happen again and proved that their 10-2-2 record is no fluke.  Hockey is alive and well at Clarkson as the lady Knights tied the Mercyhurst Lakers 2-2 Friday afternoon and then defeated them Saturday afternoon  3-2!