What's more dangerous: an healthy animal or a wounded one?
You know the answer. Tonight's game is going to be significantly more difficult.
It was junior achievement night in Potsdam last night as Jason Kasdorf's 36 saves and Milos Bubela's two goals powered the Engineers to a 3-2 victory. It's the seventh season in a row that the Engineers have recorded at least one win in the ECAC tournament. Let's make it two tonight, shall we?
Game 3s are always action packed, edge-of-your-seat thrill rides. After this season, this team doesn't need an action packed, edge-of-your-seat thrill ride right now. Probably not ever.
So let's finish this off tonight. Get this taken care of and let's get home. After all, if the teams who won last night win their series, it's a trip to St. Lawrence (basically the same trip as this one, just a little farther) next weekend. If they top that one off? Lake Placid (basically the same trip as this one, just a little shorter). So if it's going to be repeated trips north, why not make this one as short as possible?
Clarkson is wounded. Don't let them back into it.