Red hot McGill men on a mission, leave Varsity singing the blues

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Patrick Delisle-Houde

Patrick Delisle-Houde

Box Score
MONTREAL — Patrick Delisle-Houde scored the game-winner on the power-play and set up another as McGill skated like a hot knife through cold butter, defeating the visiting Toronto Varsity Blues 4-1 in men’s university hockey at McConnell Arena, Saturday.

The end result was the fourth straight Redmen victory and their ninth in the past 10 outings. It marked the 222nd confrontation with the Varsity Blues in a long-standing rivalry that began way back on Feb. 20, 1899. McGill is  86-121-15 lifetime against Toronto, including a 28-10-4 mark in the last 42 confrontations.

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SCORING SUMMARY
Toronto 1 at McGill 4 (ENG)
(Saturday, November 22, 2014 – McConnell Arena)

GOALS BY PERIOD:
Toronto 0-0-1 — 1
McGill 2-1-1 — 4

1st Period-
1, McGill, Jonathan Brunelle 7 (Vachon, Bonneau), 10:02.
2, McGill, Patrick Delisle-Houde 6 (Brunelle, Labrecque), 15:10 (PP).

Penalties-Brown Tor (butt ending, dble minor), 13:55; Le Sieur Mcg (cross checking), 16:47; Delisle-Houde Mcg (slashing), 17:45.

2nd Period-
3, McGill, Cedric McNicoll 5 (Labrecque, Delisle-Houde), 1:32.

Penalties-Bonneau Mcg (checking from behind minor, 10-minute misconduct), 6:54; Lambert-Lemay Mcg (cross checking), 12:34; Marsh Tor (slashing), 17:35; Chenevert Mcg (slashing), 17:35.

3rd Period-
4, Toronto, Kevin Deagle 1 (Turner), 15:46.
5, McGill, Max Le Sieur 5 (Langelier-Parent, Boutet), 18:31 (ENG).

Penalties-Knight Tor (tripping), 5:03; Liukkonen Tor (boarding), 11:17; Boutet Mcg (interference), 11:26; Barnard Mcg (slashing), 18:44.

Shots on Goal-
Toronto 5-12-4 — 21.
McGill 12-14-10 — 36.

Power Play Opportunities-
Toronto 0 / 6;
McGill 1 / 4.

Goalies
Toronto, Michael Nishi (L, 2-6-0, 35 shots-32 saves; 58:26).
McGill, Karel St-Laurent (W, 5-1-0, 21 shots-20 saves; 60:00).

Attendance-213
Start: 7:02 PM
End: 9:10 PM
Length: 2:08

Referees-Jason Pyke, Antoine Leblanc.
Linesmen-Maxime Mongeon, Guillaume Brunelle.

MOLSON CUP THREE STARS:
1. MCG – 28 Patrick Delisle-Houde
2. MCG – 6 Samuel Labrecque
3. MCG – 18 Jonathan Brunelle

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