Boys’ hockey loses to SB; playoffs near

TIGER FORWARD KELLAN Bartlett circles the net before slipping home the Tigers’ goal in their 3-1 loss to visiting South Burlington on Monday. The Tigers were 8-8-3 heading into a late game on Wednesday, their last before the boys’ hockey playoffs. Independent photo/Steve James

A 3-1 Monday loss to Division I South Burlington capped off a stretch of three home games in five days for the Middlebury Union boys’ hockey team that saw them win one and tie one before the visit for the Wolves.

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