Pretty simple summary. It was Adam Fox night at B-L. Adam took control in the second period playing almost all of the 5 minute major and then the two man advantage. Both of his goals were straight on writers that Brey had no chance to stop. He completed the hat trick late in the third after SLU pretty much waved the white flag (Morris pulling Brey with six minutes left was, well, curious. Kid played a good game).
Harvard missed some glorious opportunities to add to their goal total with Mitch Perrault and Zerter Gossage missing open nets with Brey falling to the ice. I'm still trying to figure out how he snagged both of their shots. There were other great looks from Badini and Bowlby along with a bomb from Reilly Walsh (he missed the net three times before finally getting the PP goal to make it 3-0 early in the third). I lost count how many times Harvard missed the net. The lack of skill up front is really telling.
The game had some chippy play with a vicious hit from behind on Bowlby by #17 of SLU (he was rightfully given the major and kicked out of the game) and Joe Sullivan of SLU showing why he has zero leadership as captain trying to run Mitch Perrault after the whistle (amazingly, Morris told him to pack it in for the night and head for the locker room). There were other cheap shots where the refs looked the other way. This isn't the type of Saints hockey that I'm used to seeing but I guess that's what you get with Mark Morris teams. Good luck with that. I don't see a bright future for the program but hey, they had to know what they were getting when they hired him.
Bring on the Knights who will be in a great mood after losing to Dartmouth. Looks like Clarkson picked a bad time to go into a mini tailspin.