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FINAL from Ingalls: Yale 4, SLU 0

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Third Period notes:
This game could easily be upwards of 10-0 if not for Weninger. I kid you not.
Yale kills off the penalty.
Saints get the power play with 7 minutes to play.
No goal.
Drewiske may have scored. The play is under review.
Carey hits the pipe on the PP.
Drewiske gets leveled and now the Saints get a power play.
Carey heads to the box.
Yale continues to hammer on Weninger. Now up 35-15 in shots. They've also hit two posts.

Second period impressions:
Saints have nothing in the tank anymore. Yale has worn them down and I feel a lot of the penalties have been frustration or fatigue penalties. Hopefully it doesn't get too ugly in the third period.
You can't really fault Weninger for the four goals allowed. He's played decently and has, after all, stopped 29 shots. The Saints haven't had any zone time and Yale has simply dominated.
Second period notes:
Drewiske goes after Kearney. No penalty or DQ as the period ends.
SLU kills another penalty in the period. Yale has had four power plays.
Saints kill the penalty and still trail 4-0.
Flanagan to the box and Yale gets it's fifth power play.
Saints are absolutely getting dominated this game. Yale is getting endless zone time and has doubled up the shots.
Saints losing some composure. Carey takes a penalty.
Goal Yale A shot Weninger saved went high in the air and Broc Little was there to put it in.
Goal Yale A shot redirected off a stick and Weninger couldn't control the rebound. Kevin Limbert put it home.
A little slower pace to start the second period. Saints are trying to play more controlled.
Saints kill the Flanagan penalty.

First period impressions:
A pretty wild first period saw nine penalties between the two teams. Yale's two goals were both on power plays.
St. Lawrence looks a little sloppy tonight, at least in the first period. The power play particularly looks rushed. The Saints need to limit their mistakes and protect the puck. There has only been a handful of good scoring chances for SLU, while Yale has had several, two of which it converted.
The Saints need to stay out of the box tonight and so far that hasn't happened.
First Period notes:
Saints will have a 5-on-3 now for 1:18
Saints get a 5-on-3
Things getting a little chippy and there's still a lot of hockey to played. Clearly the Saints don't want to go down without a fight, but they're struggling to keep control of the puck.
Saints get a quick power play but fail to score on it. The power play still looks out of sync and Yale's kill looked good.
O'Neill hurt for Yale and now a retaliatory hit lands Armstrong and Peel in the penalty box.
O'Neill converts the power play for a 2-0 lead.
Saints with several chances on the PP but no score. Yale now goes on the man-advantage.
Goal Yale - Chris Cahill scores on the power play.
Brian O'Neill hits the post solidly but no score.
Weninger with a couple nice saves and they blow the play dead with the puck in the crease.
Yale goes on the PP.
Yale gets a quick shot off right away. Weninger makes the stop.
Here we go.

Riley Austin will play in Baker's place tonight for St. Lawrence. Baker suffered a season-ending knee injury last night.

Here are the lines:
SLU:
Forwards:
Greg Carey/Kyle Flanagan/Nic Vangog
Nick Pitsikoulis/Jacob Drewiske/Aaron Bogosian
Sean Flanagan/Kyle Essery/Jeremy Wick
Mark Armstrong/Matt Dyer/Max Mobley
Defense:
George Hughes/Pat Raley
Peter Child/Riley Austin
Jordan Dewey/Matt Raley
Goalie: Matt Weninger
Yale
Forwards:
Kenny Agostino/Clinton Bourbonais/Chad Ziegler
Chris Cahill/Andrew Miller/Brian O'Neill
Antoine Laganiere/Jesse Root/Charles Brockett
Denny Kearney/Kevin Limbert/Broc Little
Defense:
Ken Trentowski/Nick Jaskowiak
Colin Dueck/Kevin Peel
Mike Matczak/Jimmy Martin
Goalie: Ryan Rondeau

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