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After a two-week break, St. Lawrence continued its long road trip with a stunning 2-1 overtime win against No. 2 UNH on Saturday evening in Durham.

Aaron Bogosian earned the game-winner just 29 seconds into overtime. Mark Armstrong also scored for the Saints. The win was only the second on the road this year.

Tonight, St. Lawrence faces Sacred Heart from Atlantic Hockey. Sacred Heart is off to a terrible year, just 2-14-4 overall. The Pioneers have only one win in their last 11 games. Clarkson scored nine times against them in Cheel Arena back on Dec. 12, which was also Sacred Heart's last played game. The Pioneers beat only Mercyhurst and American International. Both games were at home.

Player to watch: David Berube. It's difficult to find a bright spot in the Sacred Heart lineup with only two players having recorded more than 10 points this season. Berube is second on the team in scoring with 11 points. however, 10 of his points have come in Atlantic Hockey play. He's a senior who stays of the penalty box and has the potential to score. He's tied with Eric Delong for the team lead with eight assists.

Stats:
Eric Delong: 18 GP-4G-8A-12P
David Berube: 18-3-8-11
Patrick Knowlton: 17-5-4-9
Goalie: Steven Legatto (2-10-3) 5.06 GAA, .879 save percentage.

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