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Won the Battle, Not the War

By Timothy R. O'Meara
No. 16 Cornell dominated the second period en route to avenging Harvard's win one week prior. The teams will also meet at the Big Red's Lynah Rink in January.
No. 16 Cornell dominated the second period en route to avenging Harvard's win one week prior. The teams will also meet at the Big Red's Lynah Rink in January.

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