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Cerrella Scores Two as Quinnipiac Advances, 6-1

QU outshoots Bentley 56-20

— Chris Cerrella netted a pair of goals and added an assist as Quinnipiac defeated Bentley 6-1 on Friday in the opening round of the Quinnipiac Cup Tournament.

Cerrella notched his third multiple-point effort in as many games for Quinnipiac, which will play Air Force in the championship game at 7 p.m. Eastern time on Saturday. Bentley will face Fairfield in the third-place game at 4 p.m. Eastern.

Neil Breen, Shawn Manzoff, Wade Winkler and Chris Maniatas also scored for Quinnipiac, which outshot Bentley 56-20.

John Yianoukas scored the lone goal for Bentley.

Ray DeVincent stopped 50 shots for the Braves. J.C. Wells had 19 saves for Quinnipiac.

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  • MJ

    Why not an independent panel assign a “value” to the impact of each game. For example a game between North Dakota and BC might have a value of .5 and a game between say two Atlantic conference teams might have a value of .25. So the teams playing in weaker leagues would accumulate less points.

    In addition the specific value of each game could even be calculated by, for example, NCAA appearances in the last 10 years etc.. etc.. of the teams playing.

  • Arcticman

    What do you expect from a pig but a grunt? USCHO doesn’t support KRACH because one cannot find the letters USCHO in KRACH. Self/selective marketing at its best. Bunch of NCAA doormats running the joint.

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