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FINAL from Ingalls: Yale 5, SLU 2


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Third period notes:
Yale kills off everything.
Saints fail to score on the 5-on-3.
Saints now go on the 5-on-3 for :49 seconds. Good chance here. Need two goals to make it interesting. Still lots of time.
SLU goes on the PP.
Goal Yale Broc Little on the PP.
Saints fail to score on the PP and now Yale goes on the man-advantage.
Saints go on the PP.
Bogosian gets a breakaway but Rondeau stuffed him.
Second period impressions:
The Saints struggled to clear the zone most of the period and they finally paid for it. Yale scored three quick goals to open up the game. Yale has taken just two penalties — one a matching penalty with SLU — this game. I'm not knocking the refs, but both teams are playing equally as physical and SLU has four penalties, and one player in the locker room with a severe leg injury as a result of a questionable hit. No one is out from Yale.

Rondeau is playing well in net, while Weninger is getting beat on grade-A efforts. Most of the goals against him have been open shots from the slot. Saints were down by two heading into the third last night...
Second period notes:
Saints only have the one power play chance all game. And now yale gets its third.
Things are getting a little out of hand on the ice. Still the refs aren't calling much.
GOAL Slu Pitiskoulis flips one in on Rondeau
St. Lawrence showing some spark after the Baker injury and a lot of jawing going on on the ice.
Baker down. Looks like a knee
Goal Yale Kevin Peel and Marsh calls a time out.
Goal Yale It's Clinton Bourbonais with a goal to make it 3-1
Saints having trouble clearing the zone midway through the second period.
Rondeau is looking good in net for Yale tonight.
Goal Yale A scrum in front the puck finds its way in.
Saints really laying the hits. Questionable one from Bogosian, but no call. Yale doesn't like being hit.
Yale getting a bit more sustained pressure, but still stays 1-1.
Weninger with several good stops on the PP and the Saints kill the penalty.
Wick goes to the box for Boarding.

First period impressions:
Saints looked pretty good in the first period. I thought they played evenly with the Bulldogs. Weninger clearly didn't see Yale's goal and I'm not sure Rondeau saw Flanagans. See video below. No real complaints for SLU other than a few too many neutral zone turnovers.

First period notes:
Goal SLU Kyle Flanagan with 1.6 seconds left in the first period ties it at 1-1.
SLU goes on the PP.
Goal Yale Off the face off with lots of traffic in front. I don't think Weninger saw it.
Yale and SLU throwing bodies after plays. Could be interesting as the game goes along. Packed house here by the way.
Still, really even hockey in the first period. SLU holds a slight shot edge.
Fast-paced, high-energy action in the first period. Good stuff.
Rondeau makes two great stops on a prime scoring chance in the slot.
Saints with a few good looks and seem to have Yale back on its heels a bit.
Pretty even play early on. Not a whole lot of shots getting through for either team.
Wick laid out two awesome hits and SLU kills the penalty.
Yale goes on the PP at 18:03.
Saints with some big hits early. Playing like they did in the third.
Here we go.

St. Lawrenc'e lineup is the same, while Yale has only one alteration. Gus Young will play defense for Ken Trentowski tonight.
It's Weninger in net for SLU and Rondeau again for Yale.
Game time is 7 p.m.

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