Game 20 Live Blog: Merrimack at Cornell

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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

125 Comments

  1. First few shifts all Cornell but the puck has been down the Merrimack attacking end for the past several minutes. Nice bid just now as MC catches Cornell in a line change. Hussar waits, pulls his man back and flips it to Tibbet for a bid in front. Gillam thought it was by him at first.

  2. First few shifts all Cornell but the puck has been down the Merrimack attacking end for the past several minutes. Nice bid just now as MC catches Cornell in a line change. Hussar waits, pulls his man back and flips it to Tibbet for a bid in front. Gillam thought it was by him at first.

  3. At the other end Seney goes hard into the end boards. He’s skating slowly back to the bench and now off the ice for the end of the period, clutching his right arm/shoulder.

  4. At the other end Seney goes hard into the end boards. He’s skating slowly back to the bench and now off the ice for the end of the period, clutching his right arm/shoulder.

  5. Overall I thought that was a good period for MC. It was a return to October Merrimack. Chipping pucks deep and getting on a Cornell team that’s hard to get around. SOG read 8-6, but they flipped it. SOG were 8-6 Merrimack. Something must have been wrong there.

  6. Overall I thought that was a good period for MC. It was a return to October Merrimack. Chipping pucks deep and getting on a Cornell team that’s hard to get around. SOG read 8-6, but they flipped it. SOG were 8-6 Merrimack. Something must have been wrong there.

  7. Here are Cornell’s lines, just listed by height …

    6-7 — 6-2 — 6-5
    5-7 — 6-3 — 6-5
    6-0 — 5-9 — 6-2
    6-1 — 5-11 — 5-11

    6-3 — 6-3
    6-1 — 6-4
    6-5 — 6-3

    … that’s nine players that are 6-3 or over.

  8. Here are Cornell’s lines, just listed by height …

    6-7 — 6-2 — 6-5
    5-7 — 6-3 — 6-5
    6-0 — 5-9 — 6-2
    6-1 — 5-11 — 5-11

    6-3 — 6-3
    6-1 — 6-4
    6-5 — 6-3

    … that’s nine players that are 6-3 or over.

  9. Verrrry good defensive play by Foget in the zone. Noticed an unmarked man in front and he gets him stick on stick to force a puck into the netting, instead of right on Delia.

  10. SOG still 2-0 MC in the period. Not much happening. A lot of play in the middle of the rink, no one really controlling pucks on either side. Swiped pucks, bouncing pucks, bodies bumped around. Taking shape much like Cornell, with a 2-0 lead, would prefer, I’d suspect.

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