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A Great Season - Next Year Can't Come Soon Enough

Jeremy - March 23, 2007 - 4:55 pm

Today the Golden Knight's took on the U-Mass Minutemen in the first round of NCAA play in Rochester, NY. Both teams entered with fantastic goalies, Clarkson's David Leggio winning ECAC Goaltender of the Year. Everyone knew it was gonna be a goal tending game with two power packed offenses going head to head.

The first period belonged to the Minutemen who showed clear domination over the puck, and several more shots on goal than the Knights. But, Leggio was solid as a rock as well as Quick in the Massachusetts net. The period ended scoreless.

Clarkson skated out into the 2nd with a little more energy than U-Mass, getting off more shots on goal, and also keeping the Minutemen attempts on goal low. Yet again, the goalies prove unshaken, Leggio posting 22 saves after the 2nd, and Quick with 20. No goals so far.

After each team took a period of control, the teams looked a lot more even matched this time around. The puck went from end to end, and just as each team seemed sure to score, the net minder would through up his glove or throw down his stick just in time. Seconds ticked off the clock, and at the end of the regulation, the scoreboard still posted zeros.

Overtime play in the NCAA tournament consists of 20 minute periods, first score wins, and there is no shoot out, just overtime after overtime. Once again both teams came out taking turns controlling the puck, and just after Leggio made a great save, at 7:40 into overtime, Kevin Jarman of U-Mass was able to take the rebound of the knee pad, and flip it into Clarkson's net.

The Minutemen were able to keep the Bonesaws at bay, as the Golden Knight's lose in overtime to U-Mass, 0-1.

This ends a fantastic season that saw the Golden Knight's all the way to the title of ECAC Champion. Thanks for all the thrills and excitement from all the players out there that wore the Green and Gold. To all the seniors, good luck on whatever your futures hold. For the rest of the players, we will be right back in our seats next season, watching the Clarkson University Golden Knights skate forward for win after win at Cheel Arena and around the country. CONGRATULATIONS ON EVERYTHING GUYS!!!