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Attacker Ryan Boyle sprinted out from behind the cage and rifled his shot into the net just as the shot clock expired, giving the Boston Cannons a 15-14 overtime victory against the Chesapeake Bayhawks at Harvard Stadium Saturday night in front of a season-high 11,156 fans.
“I don’t think that was the top option,” Boyle said. “We ran a pretty well-choreographed offense, but at the end of the shot clock you have to make something happen. I was able to get through a check and [defender Michael Evans] just jumped, and I had a little bit of an opportunity to go underneath.”
Boyle edged close to the crease, and it wasn’t exactly clear if his shot beat the clock. But the referees didn’t review the play.