Shawn Weller and Michael Grenzy have a little present for you to spread some of the holiday cheer. Enjoy...
We still have lots of shirts, including a whole bunch that were ordered and did not get picked up. So please stop by Cheel tomorrow, Tuesday December 11th, from 12 PM - 2 PM to pick your shirt up if you already ordered one, or to buy a few more (they make great gifts for siblings and parents).
Good luck on finals. We will see you again in January!
This weekend had the Men's team faced up with bitter old rival, S.L.U.(t), and the Women went Ivy taking on Yale and Brown. A few of us actually had the opportunity to travel to Canton to watch the matchup between the Knights and the Saints along with many of you.
The game didn't start off well, as the SLUzers scored in the first two minutes. Things were knotted up by Grant Clitsome though on a powerplay with assists from Steve Zalewski and Matt Beca. Before the period could end, S.L.U.(t) took the lead again, and were up 1-2.
So far the Knights looked sloppy, and was outshot 10-18 in the first period. CU managed 12 shots in the second, but the SLUzers put up 15, including another goal, to finish the period 1-3.
Hope shined in the 3rd, with a lot of penalties and another powerplay goal by Grant Clitsome with assists from Scott Freeman and Tim Marks to start things off. But, yet again, at around 12 minutes the SLUzers were able to crowd the net and sneak a puck past Leggio to bring things up to 2-4. Unfortunately, the Knights mounted an impressive 17 shots against S.L.U.(t)s 6 in the third, but it just wasn't enough.
The Green and Gold still hold first place in the ECAC while the SLUZERs share last place, but with the Bonesaws only raised twice in caution because Crappleton could have fallen apart at any moment, the Clarkson Golden Knights drop 1 measley game to the SLU Saints, 2-4.
The Women played two away ECAC games against two Ivy teams this weekend.
On Friday the Knights blanked Yale, winning 6-0 with a pair of hattricks from Marie-Jo Gaudet and Melissa Waldie. If two hattricks in one evening isn't rare enough, both sets were scored 3 in a row, with Guadet scoring the first 3 and Waldie score the final 3.
Saturday nights game was a much closer one, as Brown actually put up a fight. All the scoring in this one was done in the second period, and Clarkson drew first blood with a powerplay goal by Amanda Dittmer with an assist from Brooke Beazer. Only a few minutes later it was Genevieve Lavoie assisted by Melissa Waldie and Britney Selina on yet another powerplay. Brown would put up a goal of its own, but it wasn't enough as the game ended with a quiet third period, and Clarkson beats Brown, 2-1.
Apologies: I really need to appologize for the past two weekend, and how slow things have been here on the Bonesaw site in terms of making our post game recaps. All of us that have been running the site are seniors and our schedules at this time of the year are ridiculous. Which brings me to my next point, most of us are GRADUATING this year, and we need some dedicated members of the Brigade to pick up where we leave off. If you are interested in keeping www.Bonesaw.org alive next year and beyond, please email us and we will meet with you at some point and get the ball rolling.
And now some lighthearted news...Shawn Weller, the legend himself, has recieved an Official 2007-2008 Bonesaw Brigade T-Shirt thanks to our Bonesaw Brigade Alumn, Justin Worden and Chauncey Watches. Thank you gentlemen, and I hope you enjoy it Shawn.