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For Providence College, a inhabitant hockey pretension came down to faceoff circle

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Providence players applaud their 4-3 feat over Boston University in a NCAA men’s Frozen Four hockey championship diversion in Boston, Saturday, Apr 11, 2015. (AP Photo/Elise Amendola)



Posted: Sunday, Apr 12, 2015 11:15 pm

For Providence College, a inhabitant hockey pretension came down to faceoff circle

BY PETER GOBIS THE SUN CHRONICLE STAFF

The Sun Chronicle

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PROVIDENCE - The best designed plays on a chalkboard mostly finish adult emptied due to a rebound of a puck. So it was that with a faceoff in a aggressive section of Saturday night’s Frozen Four championship diversion during a TD Garden, Providence College hockey manager Nate Leaman sent out a contingent of his many unheralded Friars – juniors Kevin Rooney, Brandon Tanev and Steve McFarland – with reduction than 7 mins display and with a NCAA men’s hockey inhabitant championship still to be determined.

“The guys executed it (the faceoff) well,” pronounced Leaman of a method that set adult Tanev’s game-winning idea in a Friars’ 4-3 win over Boston University. “That was a large problem in a diversion for us, we couldn’t win faceoffs in a initial and second period. That was one of a goals – to make (BU’s Jack) Eichel play defense. He was winning so many draws (nine by dual periods).

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