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On hockey

No. 1 team feared rival had its number

By John Powers
Globe Staff / February 10, 2004

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As soon as they saw the puck go past Boston University goaltender Sean Fields, as soon as they saw the red light go on and Ryan Murphy jump halfway to the rafters, Boston College's hockey team came over the dasher en masse. Before anybody could call it back. Before the State Supreme Court could issue an injunction. Before any supernatural ... (Full Article: 787 Words)

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