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

Playoff Security...and an Overtime Heart-Breaker

Adam - February 28, 2009 - 2:25 am

With one regular season game left, the Knights are sitting in sole possession of 7th in the ECAC. Four different scorers helped Clarkson topple the RPI “fake” Engineers on Friday night for two very very big points. Rufenach, Oakley, Tremblay, and DeFazio helped Paul Karpowich earn a 4-2 victory. The Knights were able to capitalize on two early power plays, which set the tone for the game. Moving to Union on Saturday, the Knights still need to do work to remain at home for the first round of the playoffs. For Clarkson to clinch a middle seed (5-8), there are several scenarios…

 

1. Defeat Union

2. Tie Union

3. Lose to Union AND Quinnipiac lose to Dartmouth

 

The women started their first round tonight against SLU(t). MJ Gaudet opened the scoring for the Knights as she straight-up embarrassed the St. Lawrence defender. However this lead only lasted second as the Sluzers quickly tied the game up at 1. Waldie later gave the Knights a second lead which lasted into the third period. Baribeau tacked on another tally to make the score 3-1. Unfortunately, after two pulled goaltender efforts, the cross-county rivals were able to tie the game up and send it into an overtime session. Clarkson at this point had both its life and energy sucked out of them. SLU came out of the locker room with a slight edge on the Knights. After a big miscommunication behind the net, a lone Sluzer gobbled up a loose puck and slid it under Lauren Dahm pads for a 4-3 overtime victory. This puts the Saints up 1-0 in the best of 3 series. Certainly the Knights are not out of it. With a 4pm puck-drop on Saturday, the Knights are looking to send the series the distance. Get out to the Crappelton to support your Knights!