After an exciting first day and some much needed rest, the boys would lace up their skates for an afternoon tilt against Salisbury at Milton Academy on a bigger ice sheet that proved to be a difficult adjustment. From the first puck drop it was very clear that the boys were already looking ahead to Sunday’s game, knowing that they had already secured a spot in the final even with a loss to Salisbury. However, all credit goes to Salisbury as they put together a complete game and outshot DA 38 to 15. If it weren’t for Vigneault ‘17, the game could have ended much worse than 5-0 after two periods. In the first period alone, Vigneault ‘17 faced 16 shots, making the first save every time and on a couple of occasions, even the second and third. In the final stanza, the boys came out and scored three goals in a matter of three minutes, cutting Salisbury’s lead to two. Despite a much better third period, Salisbury would score an empty net goal and the game would end 6-3. Vigneault made 32 saves on the afternoon and if one thing was clear it was that no matter who plays in net, they were going to give us a chance to win on any given day.