BC too much for Miami's defense

Updated: April 9, 2010, 1:38 AM ET
By Joe Gladziszewski | Inside College Hockey

DETROIT -- An excellent defensive team like Miami has success in that end of the rink by being able to account for all of the other players on the opposing team. The problems begin when there are too many players to account for, and Boston College capitalized with two power-play goals to set itself on its way in a 7-1 win over Miami in the second semifinal at Ford Field.

The Eagles scored a first-period goal on a deflection after an offensive zone face-off win. Ben Smith made ...

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