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Balanced Scoring Attack Key to Hockey Tournament Victory

In today's Times Union, Matt Graves reports that RPI's victory in the Rensselaer Holiday Tournament was based on a balanced scoring and solid goaltending from Kevin Kurk, who has not historically seen as much time in goal as Nathan Marsters. Rensselaer's three leading scorers, who contributed 60 percent of the team's goals prior to the tournament, were held scoreless during the tournament.

This is an interesting article from a statistical analysis standpoint, and it has some good comments from RPI Coach Dan Fridgen.

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