College Hockey:
St. Lawrence holds off Princeton’s late rally

— Jeremy Wick tallied a goal and an assist and Kyle Flanagan tallied two assists as St. Lawrence defeated Princeton 3-2 on Saturday.

Greg Carey, Justin Baker and Wick tallied power-play goals in the first two periods to give the Saints a commanding 3-0 lead heading to the third.

Jack Berger got the Tigers on the board at 15:37 of the third period, and Aaron Kesselman scored at 19:12 while goaltender Sean Bonar was pulled for the extra attacker. But St. Lawrence goaltender Matt Weninger and the Saints defense were able to stifle Princeton’s late rally and hang on for the victory.

Weninger stopped 35 out of 37 shots for the Saints, and Sean Bonar made 28 saves for the Tigers.

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