On saturday night, the Princeton Club Hockey team opened their GNCHC schedule on the road against La Salle.
The play was even in the first period, with both teams alternating tallies, with Danny Katz '14 and Brooks Hallin '14
scoring for the Tigers. In the second, the Tigers played some shutdown defense, and freshman Mike Anderson scored
his first career goal on a shot from the point to give the tigers a 3-2 lead.
La Salle responded early in the third, scoring two goals just
minutes apart to take the lead back. With time winding down, Leo Tolias '16 put one by the La Salle goalie after a great
backhand pass by Alec Bingaman '14 to tie the game. In the final seconds of the third, a La Salle player took a major
penalty for checking from behind, which would leave La Salle shorthanded for the entirety of overtime. The Tigers
put on pressure early on in OT, but were unable to put one past the La Salle goalie. With about a minute to go, however,
there was a scrum in front of the net, and the puck squirted loose to sit on the goal line. Quintin Sally '14 tapped a
puck in the net and was swarmed by celebrating teammates. Princeton improved to 2-0, adding a win in their first league game.