Cornell 9 - DU 8 OT FINAL

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"From a results standpoint, we are obviously disappointed about the last two games. We now know, however, that we are up to the task of competing with the best and look forward to the second half of our season. The pieces are in place to make another serious run for ECAC and National Titles. I am proud of how our team handled themselves in reaction to our loss to Notre Dame and bounced back to give Cornell a great battle."
- DU Head Coach Bill Tierney


Anonymous said...

Cornell scores with less than 20 seconds left in game to tie it at 8. Crap. Going to OT

Anonymous said...

And Cornell wins it in OT. Really tough loss for the team....again. They seem to be right on the cusp of being a great team but keep on falling just a little short. If they turn these OT losses into wins by the end of the year we might have another playoff run in us this year.

dggoddard said...

Tough loss to be sure. Last year seemed to go perfectly and this year adversity is nipping at their heels.

Certainly they can't sneak up on anyone anymore.

Faus is slated for surgery on Friday. Rumor has it that it may be an Achilles, if so thats probably season ending.

LaPlante play great today in goal so perhaps there won't be a drop off.

MagnessMan said...

Let's hope the skaters have a chance to pay the Big Red back on Saturday night.