Chad Ziegler was limping, which is a blow to the knee, and fights like the rest of his teammates at Yale on Friday.And like the rest of his teammates, he recovered, he fought in the defense and the Air Force dream season continues.Ziegler started the house upside down from a rebound 3:16 into overtime and the Bulldogs defeated Senior Air Force 2-1 in the semifinals of the Eastern Region at the Webster Bank Arena.The coach told the network during the game to reach, Ziegler said. He bounced to have. Peat Jason was the first shot Nick Jaskowiak, but Ziegler came to the network through the gauntlet of defenders Air Force to prevent the many times that the Bulldogs to create dangerous chances.Ryan Rondeau from five big saves in the first three minutes of overtime, the last of three to two. The Bulldogs lost the right to win-after.Ziegler was one of the players from Yale, who was beaten, taken into strands sometimes awkward or affected by the accident. Ziegler came in the final minutes of regulation. None of them has lost a change.Only a knee injury, nothing to fear, said Ziegler. I’m 100 percent right. Winning is not that feeling hurt.The seeded Bulldogs (28-6-1) to third seeded Minnesota Duluth survived in the final game Saturday at 6:30 clock in the vicinity of Duluth to play Union to 2-0 in the semi-finals in the early Bulldogs vs. Bulldogs for a victory made spot in the Frozen Four.The turnout was 7671, most of them and the fans hoarse from Yale at the end.However, the Air Force has remained calm, sometimes prevents pucks at the net. Coach Frank Serratore said the Falcons (12/06/1920) wanted to play a game of rope a drug: Yale University, the nation’s best offense, even when the tires are then two periods we are third. Conducted at the Yale University with a 28-year low.I thought we had good possession and good driving, said Brian O’Neill at Yale, but not much Grade-A scoring chances. The Yale scored twice, Jaskowiak the reader to the network. The first time O’Neill redirected the house on the left post 7:28 into the second period include a significant change.The Bulldogs were almost the game away with a little less than two minutes of regulation.Mike Matczak clearing pass went directly into a falcon on the blue line.A touch pass from Casey Klein Singer jumped into a getaway. Rondeau made a key save to keep it.They are very hard, said Captain Jimmy Martin Yale. It was all I had to leave with a win. But the Hawks tied the game with 1:26 in the second turn left, include a strong movement for themselves. Sean Bertsch had the power behind network and reduce the loss of defender Kevin Yale Peel.Bertsch plate wrapped around the pole of the left and beat goalkeeper Rondeau, Rondeau end a streak of shutout Yale-record 240 minutes, 53 seconds.
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