Bowdoin's Tim McGarry plays the puck up the boards during the Polar Bears' 4-2 win over Middlebury in Saturday's NESCAC semifinal round tournament game. Bowdoin went on to defeat Williams, 2-1, Sunday to win the conference title.
Bowdoin goalie Max Fenkell protects the goal while Kyle Lockwood plays the puck out of harm's way during the win over Middlebury. The Polar Bears (22-3-2) hosted U. Mass-Dartmouth in the first round of the NCAA Division III tournament Wednesday.
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