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A Not So Civil Union

Jeremy - February 16, 2007 - 10:03 pm

Union, who currently sits in last place in the ECAC (tied with Yale) decided to stroll into Cheel Arena tonight, hoping for another lucky victory, like the one they achieved in overtime back in January. However, they started by putting their own team down.

Not even three minutes into the game and Clarkson already had their first penalty. All they had to do was touch the puck, and the play would be whistled dead. But, before that could happen, Union pulled their goalie, and someone tipped the puck backwards right into their open net. The goal was granted to D'Alvise. Union did manage to put up a fight when they faced a 5 on 3 situation for 2 minutes, but on the next power-play attempt, Clarkson's Shawn Weller drove one in. By period's end, it was CU 2, Union 1.

The Golden Knights once again came out with a quick score, Sullivan netting one only 1:28 into the second. Only a minute later, Dodge puts one past Mrazek in Unions net, making it 4-1. Just to make it appear as if they were actually playing hockey, Union decided to score one more goal, but the Knights answered with another D'Alvise goal to finish the period 5-2.

The third was filled with a lot of skating back and forth down the ice, but the Green and Gold D was on fire tonight, and Cayer capped off the game with only 2 and a half minutes to play.

Union entered with hopes, that were quickly shattered by the waving of 6 Bonesaw Barrages. Clarkson dismantles Union, 6-2.

On another note, it seems that Grenzy has suffered a fractured hand tonight. Of course, the Bonesaw Bridge hopes for the best and a speedy recovery.

Also, if you're wondering what happens when the number one goalie goes up against the worst team in the league, heres the answer: