All season long Cornell men’s hockey preached that, obviously, it would have preferred to win every game, but clinching a second straight Cleary Cup and learning to deal with adversity along the way would make for a livable give-and-take should the team’s struggles help come postseason.
One weekend against Union in the ECAC Quarterfinals has, so far, proved just that. With its back against the wall after losing game one, Cornell soared to a four-goal win in game two.
Fill up the tank with gas, book the hotels and pack the suitcases: Cornell is heading back to Lake Placid.https://t.co/KWXwAp3QP0
— The Cornell Daily Sun (@cornellsun) March 18, 2019
And in a decisive game three, a microcosm of the 2018-19 season played out: The Red went down early before showcasing a certain tenacity with three unanswered goals to down the Dutchmen, 4-2, and punch its third consecutive ticket to ECAC Championship Weekend at Lake Placid.
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