Game 17 Live Blog: Merrimack at Army

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Mike McMahon is in his 13th year covering Merrimack College for The Eagle Tribune and is the founder and managing editor of The Mack Report. Mike also serves on staff as a senior writer at College Hockey News. Follow him on Twitter @MikeMcMahonCHN

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  1. 0-0, 1st — Merrimack headed back on the PP with 9:46 left. Merrimack getting a gift there. Fiddler off for elbowing, but it just looked like two players colliding at live speed.

  2. 0-0, 1st — Ludvig Larsson hit after a clear, after the puck went down ice. He’s down and being attended to by trainers. Didn’t see the hit because I was following the puck. Hampus Gustafsson over there as well.

  3. 0-0, 1st — Larsson is up on one knee, now he’s skating off. He has his helmet off. Looks like they might be tending to a cut. The trainer has gauze out not he bench, applying pressure to the side of his head.

  4. 0-0, 1st — Merrimack avoids near disaster. Fidler races in alone and tries to find someone in front on a wrap. It hit a defender in front and directed towards Vogler, who was able to cover. Teams are trading chances for the last few minutes.

  5. 0-0, 1st — TV timeout. Larsson is headed off towards the Army locker room with a trainer. My guess is that’s to see a doctor and get stitched up. Team doctors don’t travel in NCAA hockey, typically, so if stitches or something is needed, the home team provides the medical.

  6. 0-0, 1st — TV timeout. Larsson is headed off towards the Army locker room with a trainer. My guess is that’s to see a doctor and get stitched up. Team doctors don’t travel in NCAA hockey, typically, so if stitches or something is needed, the home team provides the medical.

  7. 1-0 Army, 1st — OK, so here’s what happened. Saw a replay. Puck is turned over behind the net. Brendan McGuire flipped it OVER Vogler’s net out in front, and it hit Nick DeCenzo and gets past Vogler. By far the strangest goal I’ve seen all year.

  8. 1-0 Army, 1st — OK, so here’s what happened. Saw a replay. Puck is turned over behind the net. Brendan McGuire flipped it OVER Vogler’s net out in front, and it hit Nick DeCenzo and gets past Vogler. By far the strangest goal I’ve seen all year.

  9. Our VIP members know that I was just talking about the need to get some of these other combos going, in particular something to go with Gustafsson. LeBlanc can be that guy. Petti was centering there with Larsson still not back. No trainer on the bench for MC either.

  10. Our VIP members know that I was just talking about the need to get some of these other combos going, in particular something to go with Gustafsson. LeBlanc can be that guy. Petti was centering there with Larsson still not back. No trainer on the bench for MC either.

  11. Jared Kolquist with a great hit on Andrle in the neutral zone. Officials call a charge and that’s a terrible call. Really bad. It was essentially a hip check, his body was to the side and he never took a stride. He was a roadblock and Andrle actually ran into him.

  12. 8:25 left in the 3rd period, still 2-1 Army. MC with some chances but Army doing a good job making sure it’s one and done, gaining possession on rebounds not not even allowing MC to generate a shot.

  13. 8:25 left in the 3rd period, still 2-1 Army. MC with some chances but Army doing a good job making sure it’s one and done, gaining possession on rebounds not not even allowing MC to generate a shot.

  14. Again MC entered the zone and settled it down, but wasn’t able to do much with the zone time. Army cleared and the Knights call the timeout. This was the same Army line that was buzzing around the offensive zone.

  15. Again MC entered the zone and settled it down, but wasn’t able to do much with the zone time. Army cleared and the Knights call the timeout. This was the same Army line that was buzzing around the offensive zone.

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