NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — The pass that Culver Academies defenseman Isaac Fecteau received on his stick along the blue line bounced up on him. For a split second, it looked as if St. Andrew’s College, defending a one-goal lead with under 1:30 to play, might capitalize on the choppy ice and take the puck the other way on an empty net.
But Fecteau settled it down and sent a floater on net. It went off St. Andrew’s College goalie Liam Furey’s shoulder and in. Culver tied up the True Hockey Prep Cup championship game.
After a thrilling overtime, Culver right wing Kayson Un Yi won it in the third round of the shootout to win the game, 4-3, and give his team the championship win.
Here is a full recap along with standouts.