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Gallery: Friday at the Hockey East Championship

Here are photos from Friday’s semifinal games at the Hockey East Championship in Boston, Massachusetts-Lowell’s 2-1 victory over Providence and Boston University’s 6-3 win over Boston College:

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  • HP1015

    Slight correction, SLU beat Colgate/Cornell in the first league weekend last season (Nov 5-6).

    • Burgie12

      And vs Brown / Yale on Jan 22-23, 2010.

      Maybe Josh meant first league sweep away from home since Feb 27-28, 2009.

  • Joshua Boyd

    Yes, indeed, road sweep is what I meant. Sorry for the confusion. 

  • Canuck

    2 prarie boys from Lethbridge stopping some shots!  Malcolm Weninger showdown Feb 3rd!

  • David McKee

    can someone please explain how exactly cornell is a “rising force?”

    • Anonymous

      Re-Energized from the relative mediocrity of a 4th place ECAC finish last year? I mean they could be back to being nationally relevant again this year, after what, one year of not being a national contender? I don’t know its a ridiculous statement.

  • Christopher Bangs

    I hear you David.  Probably because the Big Red had a bit of a disappointing season last year.  But to call them a “rising force” is a bit ignorant considering the success of the program over the decades.  They look good this season so far though.  Nice to see Shafer’s team nationally ranked again. 
    On another note – I still remember your 59 save performance against Wisconsin in the NCAA tournament a few years back.  That was probably the most impressive game I have seen by a goalie (college or pro) period.  Hope life is treating you well Mr. McKee

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