Tiger boys’ hockey earns victory at Rutland

RUTLAND — The Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team blanked host Rutland on Monday, 3-0, to pick up valuable points as the Tigers jockey for playoff positioning.
At 9-6-1 heading into a Wednesday home game with last-place Rice, the Tigers were in sixth place in Division I. The Tigers will visit seventh-place Champlain Valley (7-8) on Saturday before wrapping up their regular season with games next week against two of the league’s top teams, St. Albans and Spaulding. 
On this past Monday goalie Daniel Wiles worked a 15-save shutout against the 3-13-1 Raiders.
The Tigers took a 1-0 lead on Alexander Yurista’s power-play goal at 5:53 of the second period, assisted by Kolby Farnsworth and Kamrin Bartlett.
Ryan Nadeau stuffed home the second goal about five minutes later, with a feed from Devon Kearns. With 17 seconds left in the game Bartlett backhanded the final goal past Raider goalie Glen Mandel (20 saves). 

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