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Adam - February 9, 2009 - 3:46 pm

This weekend the Clarkson University Golden Knights took 3 out of a possible 4 points from the Sluzers from Canton. Starting in the Crappelton Arena on Friday night, the Knights fell down 2-0 in the first period before climbing back with 3 straight goals from the sticks of Dan Tuttle and Matt Beca. St. Lawrence would later tie the game late in the 2nd period. This would ultimately hold up as the final score as Richie LaVeau stopped in all 39 of 42 shots. The two teams would travel to Cheel Arena the next night for the ultimate grudge match.


In front of 3521 fans Saturday night, the Knights came out flying on the ice. This quick start paid off for the Green and Gold as Chris D’Alvise and Nick Tremblay each tallied marks in the first period to give the Knights a 2-0 lead. Paul Karpowich made sure these two goals all the team needed coming up with huge saves later in the game. Karpy allowed just one goal the entire night stopping 25 of 26 shots. Scott Freeman also lit the lamp later in the third period to give Clarkson the 3-1 victory.


These 3 points move Clarkson into a tie for 6th place in the ECAC standings. Holding a 8-14-6 record (6-7-3), the Knights have been playing more steadily lately. The last 8 games, Clarkson is 5-1-2, all games in their conference. Hitting the road this weekend, CU hopes to extend its winning ways against Princeton and Quinnipiac.