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Burrillville jumps out to big lead, hangs on for 5-4 win over Cranston to force game 3 for Div. I title

March 16, 2014

Burrillville’s Mike Keable (19) celebrates his second period goal with teammates Corey Bebeau (22) and Chris Messier (18) as Cranston Falcons team member Zachary Torres (4) skates by at Meehan Auditorium on Saturday. (File photo by Ernest A. Brown )

PROVIDENCE -- Burrillville came out with much more aggressiveness and intensity than it exhibited 24 hours before, suffered a lapse midway through the third stanza and held on tight to a thrilling 5-4 triumph.

With the verdict, the fourth-seeded Broncos not only improved to 7-13-3 overall, but gave Daigle a “Get well soon” gift: A rubber game at Brown at 7 p.m., Tuesday to determine the new Division I champion.

For full story and stats, see Monday's print edition of The Call.

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