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Thanksgiving Weekend Recap

Jeremy - November 25, 2007 - 8:52 pm

While most if not all of us were home stuffing our faces with turkey and what not all weekend, the mens and womens hockey teams were up to their usual Friday and Saturday night games.

Both games for the men were against St. Cloud State who made the trip to Potsdam this year. On Friday, St. Cloud skated away with a victory, beating the Knights 1-4. The only Golden Knight goal was posted by Bryan Rufenach with an assist from David Cayer.

The Knights made St. Cloud pay on Saturday though. This game was filled with powerplay action for both sides, as each team scored a powerplay goal and each team scored a short handed goal. Nick Dodge tallied the first score short handed with help from Chris D'Alvise and Shea Guthrie put in the powerplay goal assisted by Dodge and David Cayer. Then in the third, Dodge put the game away scoring his second goal of the night with assists from Matt Beca and Shea Guthrie. So in the end the Green and Gold take one game out of two from St. Cloud, winning 3-2.


The women's team was away for the weekend to square off against Harvard on Friday and Dartmouth on Saturday, both ECAC games. Unfortunately the Lady Knights were blanked against Harvard who put up 5 points against CU to win the Friday night showdown, 0-5. The girls looked to come away with some points on Saturday as they lined up against Dartmouth, and although tied at 1-1 after the first period thanks to a goal by Melissa Waldie with help from Britney Selina and Daris Tendler, the game would end in another Golden Knight defeat, as Dartmouth wins, 1-3.