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Quinnipiac Defeats UConn 4-3 in CT Ice Tournament Championship Game

UConn men's hockey team fell to no.7 Quinnipiac in the Championship game of the CT Ice Tournament by a final of 4-3. This is the second straight year the Huskies have fallen to the Bobcats in the Championship game. UConn was pressuring Quinnipiac and forcing the Bobcats into turnovers earlier. Harrison Rees fired a one-timer past Vinny Duplessis to give UConn the 1-0 lead. UConn's defense and goaltender Ethan Haider finished the first period strong, blanking the Bobcats and giving UConn the lead heading into the second period. Senior goaltender Ethan Haider mismanaged the puck behind the net, allowing Quinnipiac to score and tie the game. Chase Bradley stole the puck on the ensuing faceoff and fired a shot to give UConn the 2-1 lead. Tabor Heaslip intercepted a pass at center ice and found Matthew Wood cross crease for the tip-in goal, giving UConn the 3-1 lead. Quinnipiac scored two unanswered goals by Victor Czemeckianair and Travis Treloar, tying the game heading into the final frame. Zach Tupker fired a shot past Haider 28 seconds into the third period, giving Quinnipiac the 4-3 lead. Junior Chase Bradley one goal, three assists, and senior Hudson Schandor, two goals were named to the CT Ice All-Tournament team. UConn will welcome the Providence Friars to Storrs to kick off a home and home weekend series. Puck drop is scheduled for 7pm February 2 and can be streamed live on ESPN+.

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Huskies Fall To No.7 Quinnipiac in CT Ice Championship