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Greenwich defeats St. Joe's to advance to FCIAC Championship game

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Greenwich, CT | Added on March 05, 2015 At 01:59 PM

The Greenwich boys hockey team once again showed off their ability to score quick goals when needed in last nights' FCIAC tournament semi final game. 

The no. 1 seeded Cardinals faced no. 5 St. Joe's at Terry Conners Ice Rink in Stamford. It didn't take long for the Cardinals to show why they are number 1.  KC Cunningham takes this shot, and Colin Kelly rebounds it in just 46 seconds into the first. 1-0 Greenwich. 

Adam Usinger ties it up for the Cadets here off a feed from Andrew Von Etten. 1-1 after one period of play. 

Things stay tied through the second period. Greenwich goalie Bryan Archino saves this Cadet shot, one of his 23 saves for the night.

Now we head to the third. Greenwich busts the game open with 4 unanswered goals. Matt Lodato starts things off pushing this one into the back of the net, 2-1 Greenwich. Cunningham makes it 3-1 on a power play goal. Tommy Feda adds a goal off a rebound and the Cardinals are up by 3 with 3:42 to play. Michael Mozian puts the nail in the Cadets' coffin with this goal from the blue line and Greenwich wins 5-1. 

Greenwich will play in the FCIAC tournament championship game on Saturday, March 7 at 3:30 at Terry Conners Ice Rink.


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