1988 ECAC TOURNAMENT TEAM
Goalie: John Fletcher, Clarkson
Defense: Pete McGeough, St. Lawrence
Defense: Hank Lammens, St. Lawrence
Forward: Pete Lappin, St. Lawrence
Forward: Steve Williams, Clarkson
Forward: PETER CIAVAGLIA, HARVARD
Tournament Most Valuable Player Pete Lappin, St. Lawrence
Crimson, 7-1 at Boston Garden Vermont 0-0-1--1 Harvard 2-3-2--7
First Period--1. H. Donato 11 (Ciavaglia, Young) 9:34; 2, H, Donato 12 (Ciavaglia, Young) 19:27. Penalties--H, Farden (tripping) 1:24; H, Caplan (holding) 15:12; V, Ducolon (cross-checking) 18:49.
Second Period--3. H, Presz 3 (Taucher) 3:18; 4. H, Armstrong 14 (Janfaza, Hartje) 12:34; 5. H, Vukonich (Weisbrod) 18:06. Penalties--H, McCormack (tripping) :28; V, Millham (slashing) 4:51; H, Melrose (hooking) 7:55; H, Melrose (high-sticking) 13:46.
Third Period--6. H, Ciavaglia (Donato, Young) 5:48; 7. V, McDonough (Ducolon, Schulman) 11:44; 8. H, Hartje (Caplan) 14:39. Penalties--V. Miller (tripping) 15:43; H, Melrose (charging) 19:12.
Saves--V. Millham 5-7-8--20; H, Devin 5-9-5--19.
Power Play Opps: V. 0-6; H. 1-4.
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