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Frozen Fenway: Men's Hockey vs. Union

By Meredith H. Keffer
After nearly two periods of back-and-forth, scoreless play on the ice at Fenway Park, it looked like the Harvard men’s hockey team (4-5-6, 3-4-4 ECAC) and No. 13/14 Union (11-5-6, 5-2-3) were headed toward the same result as when the squads met last Friday: a draw. But with just four seconds to play in the second frame of Friday night’s rematch, the Dutchmen’s Mat Bodie netted a momentum-changing goal on a brief power-play opportunity to help Union claim a 2-0 victory over the Crimson.

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