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Officials made right call in Union-Harvard game

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Ted Donato was livid. The Harvard coach thought his team had scored a short-handed goal with 39.3 seconds left in the third period against Union last Saturday at Messa Rink. The goal would have cut Union’s lead to 3-2. But the goal went to video review because Crimson forward Doug Rogers bumped Dutchmen goalie Corey Milan just as the puck was arriving at the net. The officials — referees Andy O’Brien and Eric Ernst and ...

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