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The Knight's Head to the ECAC Championship

Jeremy - March 16, 2007 - 10:13 pm

First off, to open the semi final games, Quinnipiac took on the SLUzers, and guess what happened to the #1 seed when they took on #5...They LOST 4-0. So much for those SLU(t)s.

Then came the biggest match of the season...thus far at least. The Clarkson Golden Knights faced off with the Dartmouth Big Green (losers). I am gonna keep this one short and to the point.

First Period: Shawn Weller scores a powerplay goal at 8:28. Clarkson keeps the period, even though outshot by Dartmouth, 9-11, staying ahead 1-0.

Second Period: Despite Dartmouth scoring first in the period, Clarkson's Nick Dodge and Mike Willemsen answer with a goal each for themselves, putting the Green and Gold up 3-1 to close the period.

Third Period: This is where things get tense, and all you weaker hearts should read carefully. Dartmouth scored early in the period to close the gap. But Chris D'Alvise adds one for Clarkson to return the 2 goal lead. Then, the Big Green Suck Machine scored again on a powerplay, bringing it to 4-3. It seemed as though Tech would come out victorious as the game entered the final two minutes, but Dartmouth would not go quietly scoring with only 1:40 remaining. Just as overtime seemed unavoidable, Steve Zalewski heroically skated down the ice, sealing the deal on Dartmouth's end with only 41 ticks on the clock.

To close the semi-finals, it will be CU vs. Quinnipiac as the BONESAWS rattle the Times Union Center 5 times, and the Knights win, 5-4.

The puck drops tomorrow knight at 8:00PM for the Championship. BE THERE!!!