LAKE PLACID — Another amazing comeback by the Clarkson University men’s hockey team didn’t lead to a second straight victory as Princeton claimed the ECAC Hockey championship with a 2-1 overtime triumph Saturday night before 5,950 at the Herb Brooks Arena. Third-seeded Clarkson (24-10-6 overall) trailed almost the entire game but forced overtime when Josh Dickinson redirected a shot from Terrance Amorosa with 6.4 seconds left in regulation.
LAKE PLACID — Championships are nothing new to Princeton coach Ron Fogarty, who won six regular-season titles and five playoff titles as a head coach at Adrian, an NCAA Division III school. But Saturday’s ECAC Hockey title was the first Division I title for Fogarty, who was a Clarkson assistant from 1999-2002 and is in his fourth season with Princeton. “It’s a passionate program and they expect to win,” Fogarty said when asked what he learned from his years in Potsdam.
LAKE PLACID — A wild comeback was completed with an overtime goal from Sheldon Rempal and a large celebration in front of the fans in section 5 of the Herb Brooks Arena on Friday night. Clarkson rallied from a three-goal deficit and defeated the Crimson, 5-4, in overtime before 5,390 fans, sending the Golden Knights to the championship game against Princeton at 7 tonight. The winner will receive an automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament, though Clarkson appears safely in the field either way.
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