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  • pgb-ohio
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    Final Score From Saturday, November 25th
    Ohio State 5
    St. Lawrence 1


    The Waiting Is The Hardest Part
    In a solid sequel, the Buckeyes completed the sweep of the Saints. But as expected, Saturday was a much closer game. When a good team puts up strong resistance, you know it don't come easy. Gotta pay your dues.

    After Friday's over-indulgence, it seemed almost Petty to want a heaping batch of Thanksgiving leftovers. But of course we did. Still, a determined St. Lawrence team kept us waiting for two full periods. The Saints doubled down on defense and got very good results. Score tied 1-1 after two.

    Then the Buckeyes kept us waiting at the 2nd Intermission. And yeah, they let it go a little too far. Delay of Game Penalty.

    Confidential To Hockeybuckeye: There's your answer. Sincere thanks for teasing my storyline rather than swiping it!

    Don't know what was said in that locker room. But the two minute "investment" turned out to be well worth it.

    Also don't know how this season will ultimately go.
    But take it on faith.
    Take it to the heart.
    The Way-eh-ating Is The Hardest. Part.





    Three Stars Of The Game: Decidedly Unofficial & Just For Fun

    St. Lawrence Honorable Mention: (tie) Katina Duscio & Anna Segedi
    Katina led that determined defense with 5 Blocked Shots. Purple Heart for Duscio.

    Up front, Anna showed us skill & leadership all game long. And the primary assist on the Saints goal went to Segedi.


    Ohio State Honorable Mention: (tie) Jenn Gardiner; Hannah Bilka & Cayla Barnes
    In sharp contrast to Friday, the game didn't get comfortable until 5:53 of the 3rd Period. The Buckeye Power Play bagged the valuable insurance goal. Hannah & Cayla patiently worked the perimeter, ultimately setting up Jenn with a high quality shot. As per Lindsay, Gardiner quietly blasted it home. Well, it probably didn't feel all that quiet to the St. Lawrence keeper.



    #3 Star: Hadley Hartmetz, Ohio State
    Steady Hadley turned in another highly competent performance for the Buckeye 'D.' Her +4 for the game blew away all of the competition on both teams. Reminding us again her game is well-rounded, Hartmetz contributed the Primary Assist on the game's final goal.


    #2 Star: Abby Hustler, St. Lawrence
    Today it was a Saint with the WOW Factor Shot.

    The scoring play began with an aggressive breakout pass by the Saints' Goalie Emma-Sofie Nordstrom. Pass received by Anna Segedi, who slickly forwarded it on. At first, the puck appeared to be headed for Aly McLeod. But Aly allowed the puck to go through to Abby. Serving as a decoy may have actually been the only viable option, as the pass was coming from behind McLeod with pace. Hustler finished the play with a truly bodacious top shelf shot.


    #1 Star: Jocelyn Amos, Ohio State
    Again, what's said in the room stays in the room. But whatever it was, it certainly lit a fire under Jocelyn. Just 1:36 later, Amos gained possession in the neutral zone, and charged the Saints' net. Nordstrom made a fine save on the initial shot. No surprise there. Whether from Denmark or The Mall, Nordstrom stands for quality.

    But Jocelyn wasn't done. She corralled the rebound and slammed it home for the GWG. Oh, and did you notice this all happened on the PK? Special teams turned out to be pretty important in this one.


    Up Next: Back To WCHA Play. The Buckeyes Host The St. Cloud State Huskies At The Normal Start Times. See You Next Weekend At 6:00PM Friday & 3:00PM Saturday.



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  • pgb-ohio
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    Originally posted by Lindsay View Post

    I only watch what’s posted online but YES Amos stands out. Checked the stats and she leads the team in shots.

    Consensus that Bilka is another who stands out. Makes sense.

    Not to you Buckeye fans of course, but Jen Gardiner seems to fly under the radar (not a newcomer). She quietly leads the team in points.
    Confidential To Duluth Fireplace Pals: Lindsay Gets It. Me Too.

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  • Lindsay
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    Originally posted by Sierra View Post
    Jocelyn Amos is something else to watch. Amos is a freshman but plays like a seasoned veteran. I love the way Amos just makes BIG plays. Jocelyn is explosive, strong and displays high hockey IQ.
    I only watch what’s posted online but YES Amos stands out. Checked the stats and she leads the team in shots.

    Consensus that Bilka is another who stands out. Makes sense.

    Not to you Buckeye fans of course, but Jen Gardiner seems to fly under the radar (not a newcomer). She quietly leads the team in points.

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  • Sierra
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    Jocelyn Amos is something else to watch. Amos is a freshman but plays like a seasoned veteran. I love the way Amos just makes BIG plays. Jocelyn is explosive, strong and displays high hockey IQ.

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  • pgb-ohio
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    Originally posted by Hockeybuckeye View Post
    So what was that long delay before the start of the 3rd and Webster going into the box? Myself and those around me couldn't make out what was said on the PA.
    Mr.PGB?
    Perhaps the Answer is in The Stars.

    Coming Soon.

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