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Boys’ hockey wins only outing

BRATTLEBORO — Before a late cancellation on Monday, the Middlebury Union High School boys’ hockey team picked up a big road win.

The Tigers stood at 4-6-1 entering a scheduled game at Milton on Wednesday after the deadline for this edition. They are set to host Missisquoi at 7 p.m. on Friday. This past Monday, the Tigers were preparing to host Hartford at 5 p.m. when they were informed mid-afternoon the Hurricanes’ bus had mechanical issues, and a replacement couldn’t be found. That game was not immediately rescheduled. 

On Feb. 1, MUHS won at Brattleboro, 5-2, as Kellan Bartlett scored twice, one an empty-netter, and four Tigers scored a goal apiece: Toby Draper (who added two assists), Gus Hodde and Gavin McNulty. Henry Hunsdorfer chipped in two assists, and Devon Cyr earned the win in goal with 15 saves.

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