Sunday Gravy: Nothing good can come out of ‘Glove-gate’Went to the eye doctor and wound up shelling out $200 on an exam and a new pair of glasses that I’ll never wear. My thinking was that if I got nerdy black frames people would see me and automatically assume I was a NASA astrophysicist. Or, at the very least, they’d make me appear smarter than I really am. Bad idea. Picked them up a few days later and realized the resemblance is more Groucho Marx minus the mustache and cigar. It’s no big deal.
NEW HAVEN — It was another strong all-around performance for the Yale men’s hockey team, which continues to make strides after a rough start to the season. But on this night, Union made one more play to pull out a victory. Liam Morgan’s goal at 7 minutes, 58 seconds of the third period came after Cole Maier poked a rebound in his direction. It provided the winning margin in the Dutchmen’s 3-2 victory over Yale before a sellout crowd of 3,500 at Ingalls Rink.
Rejuvenated Yale hockey team looks to remain on a rollNEW HAVEN — It’s become a sort of annual holiday tradition. Yale finds a way to return from the semester break a completely rejuvenated hockey team. Last season the Bulldogs entered the break with four wins in 12 games but lost one of their first nine in the New Year. In 2015-16 they lost three of four before break, and went 13-1-2 upon return. Over the three-year period between 2012 and 2015, Yale stormed back from the holidays to go 13-3-2.
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Selecting a term
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