Oswego State-Elmira Rubber Match to Decide Pathfinder

January 2nd, 2010 by Ryan Maloney Leave a reply »

I wasn't able to follow the first round of the Pathfinder Bank Oswego Hockey Classic today, but things seem to have shaken out the way most fans hoped. 

Tomorrow's title game will feature the host Oswego State Lakers and Elmira in the third match-up between those schools this season. 

Each has a victory on their home ice against the other.  Steve Petty was listening to all the action on the WNYO web feed today:

In the first game on the afternoon, Elmira defeated the Milwaukee School of Engineering 4-2.  Colin Hoey got the scoring going at 6:39 in the opening period with the assist to Larry Willard. The goal was Hoey's first goal on the season.  MSOE would get even 16 seconds later when Jacob Furey beat Casey Tuttle for his second on the season with Ben Plocar getting the assist.

Elmira would regain the lead when Andrew Wilcox scored his fourth of the season with Kevin Willer getting the lone helper with 34 seconds remaining in the first period. Then the Soaring Eagles would score the eventual game winner when Darcy Vaillancourt scored his seventh of the year with Greg Moore and Rusty Masters getting the ...

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