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Suffocating defense allows just two River Hawk shots in the third period

By: Scott McLaughlin

“Shutting the door.” In hockey, the phrase usually refers to a team scoring a goal late in the game to put the contest out of reach. If the team doesn’t score, but still wins, it’s often said that it “hung on.”