Frozen Four Game 2: Quinnipiac keeps it simple in win over Michigan

TAMPA, Florida. – You will never see something like this in a game of this magnitude again.

Quinnipiac scored two goals in the national semifinal by putting the puck into the goal from below the goal line, off the back of the opposing goaltender. They did it all en route to a 5-2 win over Michigan, and in doing so will return to the national title game for the first time since 2016.

One, from Jacob Quillan, opened the scoring. The other, from Sam Lipkin, put the Bobcats up for good early in the third period.

“Creating scrums in front of the net is part of the emphasis we had going into the game. Creating that traffic,” Quillan said.

“That was obviously on the pre-scout. He's big aggressive,” Lipkin added. “[Michigan's Erik] Portillo is a really good goalie. But the big thing for us was get puc

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NCAA Quinnipiac Univ. Univ. of Michigan NCAA Seamus Casey Adam Fantilli Samuel Lipkin Jacob Quillan Brandon Naurato Rand Pecknold
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