Failing to Capitalize on Scoring Opportunities, PU Men's Hockey Falls to Cornell in Playoffs
Bill Alden, Town Topics (3/13/13)
Rob Kleebaum and his teammates on the Princeton University men's hockey team worked hard to earn home ice for the opening round of the ECAC Hockey playoffs.
"I thought our last three games we were doing the things that we needed to do to be successful," said forward Kleebaum, reflecting on a 1-1-1 stretch which helped Princeton clinch eighth place in the ECACH standings and the right to host No. 9 Cornell last weekend in a best-of-three series.
"I thought we showed that coming into tonight, that definitely gave us momentum."
For senior Kleebaum, it was special to get some more action in the friendly confines of Hobey Baker Rink.
"I wanted to get back to Hobey; it is nice to play some more games here," asserted Kleebaum, a 6'0, 210-pound native of Sherwood Park, Alberta.
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