Bowdoin's men's hockey team took on rival Middlebury Saturday night and the game was tight throughout, as evidenced by the play of Polar Bears goalie Max Fenkell and defenseman Joseph Lace, who tried to keep the opposition at bay.
The game would go to overtime, where Mitch Barrington won it for Bowdoin, unleashing a wild celebration.
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