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Canisius runs away from Air Force in 4-0 blowout

February 14, 2014 Updated: February 14, 2014 at 11:40 pm
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BUFFALO, N.Y. - Canisius goaltender Tony Capobianco made 24 saves as Canisius beat Air Force 4-0 in an Atlantic Hockey Association game Friday at the Buffalo State Sports Arena.

"They out-hustled and out-determined us tonight," head coach Frank Serratore said. "Give them credit, they were pitching and we were catching. We were better in third and we battled, but when you get down 2-0 you better have some fight in the third. We have traditionally been a good road team, but we have not played well in our last three road games and that makes me sick. We better things out in a hurry. If things don't change tomorrow, we will be in trouble again."

Air Force's three-game winning streak ended as the Falcons fell to 17-10-4 and 12-7-3 in the AHA. Canisius improved to 11-15-3 and 10-9-3 in the conference.

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