Breaking News: Men’s Hockey in Frozen Four for second time in UVM history

Bridgeport, Conn. — In a wild and controversial finish, No. 3 UVM defeated No. 4 Air Force in double-overtime in the NCAA East Regional Finals to earn a trip to next week’s Frozen Four in Washington, D.C.    Sophomore Dan Lawson scored his second goal of the game for the game-winner. However, the goal was not awarded until about two minutes after the goal went in.     Lawson ripped a shot by Air Force goaltender Andrew Volkening with such speed that the puck appeared to go wide of the net. However, upon further review the puck actually went right through the net just under the crossbar. Time was not stopped after the initial play, nor was it even considered under review until 15:59 — about two minutes after the shot.    Officials took about 10 minutes to review the play before overturning the call, making the Cats the East Regional champions.This will be the second time in UVM history that the men’s hockey team has made the Frozen Four.    For more information on the game, check out the Tuesday edition of The Cynic