Found November 12, 2011 on The Hockey Guys:
By Mike Luciano (@MikeLuci) It’s great to be back writing hockey. I’m in Ithaca this weekend on a much needed getaway after getting some immaculate stresses lifted off my shoulders from the unrelenting academic demands of my class schedule, but have and always will find the time to write and talk hockey. On an unrelated note to this article, Cornell’s mens ice hockey team has won four of their first six games, defeating Harvard last night 4-2 on the road. Tonight, they’re facing Dartmouth, where they hope to string together back-to-back wins. Getting on the Devils now. Last night’s loss against the Washington Capitals brings their record to 7-6-1. They’re at a relatively slow start, but anything looks better compared to how they fared last year at this point. Offensive production continues to be a glaring issue for this team, which currently ranks in the bottom-five with goals scored (thirty-four). Far as how the power play is concerned, I’m going to take it for granted that you, t...
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