The Air Force Falcons are losing, 1-0, after two periods of play against the Boston College Eagles. Chris Kreider, a New York Rangers prospect, still has the game's only goal, which came in the first period.
The Falcons played a stronger second period, but that didn't help them put the puck on net more often against Parker Milner. The Falcons moved from eight shots on net to just 12 overall. Jason Torf, meanwhile, has stopped 19 of 20 shots
The Falcons went on the power play at 17:05 in the period, but, just like Boston College in the first period, was unable to convert on the man-advantage situation.
Boston College is a tough opponent to beat once they enter the third period with a victory, which might prove to be too much for the Air Force Falcons to overcome this Saturday afternoon.
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