SUPER SPECIAL MESSAGE
February 25th, 2011:

Bonesaw.org is no longer an actively updated source for Clarkson Hockey madness. It was a ton of fun serving the fans of Clarkson Hockey for the 100 or so years that it lasted. Bonesaw.org will now serve as an archive, forever documenting the rise of the Bonesaw from 2006 - 2009. The Bonesaw is still going strong for Clarkson Hockey, but unfortunately Bonesaw.org does not have the active staff necessary to keep it updated regularly. If you think that you can get involved somehow feel free to contact us. May the saw be with you.

-Kyle & Tyler

3 Golden Points and 2 Golden Century Clubs

Adam - February 22, 2009 - 8:28 pm

Left to Right : (bottom) Chris D'Alvise, Phil Paquet (top) Dan Tuttle, Mike Willemsen, Adam Bellows, Jon Marshall, Ty Mason, Shea Guthrie

(Photo Taken by Chris Lenney)

 

The Clarkson Golden Knights picked up three big points this weekend against ECAC foes Dartmouth and Harvard. On Friday night, The Knights doubled up Dartmouth by a score of 6-3. Rufenach opened the scoring in the initial period with a power-play tally. Dartmouth was able to tie the game up on a shorthanded attempt in the second period. Shea Guthrie scored his first of the night shortly after to give the Green and Gold the lead for good. Richie LaVeau was in net and stopped 18 of 21 shots. The fourth period featured 6 goals, 4 from the sticks of Clarkson members Cayer, DeFazio, D’Alvise and Guthrie (his second of the night).

 

The Knights looked to extend their scoring touch into Saturday’s match-up against Harvard. Again taking the lead early on, Clarkson found themselves up by a margin of 2 through the second. Beca opened the scoring and Guthrie added yet another goal. The first period was completely dominated by the home team as the scoreboard did not reflect. Harvard, however, would ultimately tie the game up in the second. LaVeau was in net again for Clarkson. Matt Beca, also assisting on Guthrie’s marker, added the go-ahead goal in the third period for his 3rd point of the night. Harvard again fought back and tied the game up to send it into overtime. In overtime, CU had 2 golden opportunities with time remaining. With about 10 seconds left on the clock, Adam Bellows hit a wide-open Shea Guthrie on the goalie’s glove side for an empty netter. Guthrie’s shot however, met a sprawling glove save by the netminder Carroll. After a time-out, Clarkson came back out looking for the game winner. Off the ensuing faceoff with about 5 seconds remaining, Phil Paquet let go a point-blank backhander that found the outside netting. Again the sieve Carroll was out of position. The game ended with Clarkson remorse over the tie and Harvard ecstatic.

 

The weekend featured several achievements. Congratulations to both Chris D’Alvise and Shea Guthrie who tackled the Century Club in their respective careers, as they both hit 100 points. Saturday night’s game was all about the seniors who have put in 4 fine years here at Clarkson. Hoping to maintain home-ice advantage for the first round of the ECAC playoffs, the Knights pay a visit to the Capital Region a pair of games against Union and RPI. Clarkson sits tied for 8thplace right now in the ECAC standings. With two wins in Albany this weekend, the Knights will return to Cheel Arena in two weeks for the first round. Let’s go Tech!