College Hockey:
Princeton scores 3 in third to tie No. 9 Cornell

— Princeton rallied from a three-goal deficit, with third period goals by Eric Carlson, Andrew Calof and Kevin Ross in a span of nine minutes producing a 3-3 tie with No. 9 Cornell on Saturday.

As the teams skated four-on-four halfway through the third, Calof cut the Tigers’ deficit to 3-2. Just under three minutes later, Ross scored a power-play goal at 12:14 to tie the game.

Dustin Mowrey, Mathieu Brisson and Cole Bardreau scored for the Big Red, and Joel Lowry contributed two assists.

Andy Iles made 28 saves for Cornell (10-4-3, 7-1-2 ECAC Hockey), while Mike Condon make 27 saves for Princeton (6-10-5, 5-8-2).

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  • Awk6

    Wow…. is this what I should expect of a “recap” of a game?  5 measly sentences.

  • guest

    Yes – putting the box score into words, which could be (and probably was) be written by someone far, far away from Baker…

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