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Union vs. Penn State: Union wins on late goal

Monday, December 2, 2013
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It was looking like the Union hockey team was going to have a long trip home from Penn State, and it had nothing to do with traffic. The 15th-ranked Dutchmen were down, 4-1, midway through the second period. Starting goalie Colin Stevens was pulled in favor of Alex Sakellaropoulos after giving up two goals in 1:25 in the second. But the Dutchmen rallied from the three-goal deficit in dramatic fashion, pulling out a 5-4 non-conference victory over the Nittany Lions on Sunday at Pegula Ice Arena when junior left winger Daniel Ciampini scored with three seconds left in regulation....

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