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Clarkson 6, Queens 2 (exhibition)

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Clarkson (10-3-1) came out a bit sluggish after a 14-day layoff but wound up earning a comfortable 6-2 win over Kingston, Ontario's Queens University in an exhibition game Sunday at Cheel Arena.
The Golden Knights became the first team to beat Queens (10-1-5). The Gaels had lost five games in shootouts and earlier this season defeated the Rochester Institute of Technology 2-1 in an exhibition game.
Clarkson coach Casey Jones

Clarkson's top offensive player Sunday was sophomore Jeff DiNallo, who scored two goals and assisted on another.
Jeff DiNallo

Freshman defenseman Bryan Sinz got his first chance to play and scored a goal, which won't count in the official season statistics.
Bryan Sinz

Another freshman, Ville Runola, got his first start in goal and stopped 15 of 17 shots.
Clarkson's other goals came from Ben Sexton, Sam Labrecque and Alex Boak. The Golden Knights enjoyed a 45-17 edge in shots.
Ben Sexton

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