Eric Cavosie Leads RPI to Victory in Regular Season Finale
Eric Cavosie scored two goals on Senior Night as RPI defeated Vermont 4-2 in the last mens' hockey game of the season at Houston Field House. According to Buzz Gray's article in The Times Union:
...The senior forward from Cohoes took a long, slow skate by himself around the Houston Field House ice Saturday night after playing his final college hockey game there for RPI. He bent low over his stick and let the moment linger.
Cavosie had just led the Engineers to a 4-2 triumph over Vermont in what was easily the best game of his career. The left wing scored two goals, including the game winner, and assisted on another as RPI wrapped up its regular season before meeting Union in Schenectady in next weekend's ECAC tournament.
In one night, Cavosie scored more goals than he did in his 120 previous games combined. The former standout at Albany Academy had gone 97 contests since his last and only goal in college. That too was a game winner, coming on Oct. 28, 2000 against Army.
This is a great article, well worth reading in its entirety.
Congratulations Eric, on a great performance in the most difficult Engineer's season in recent memory.