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Cornell blew a two-goal, third-period lead but held off Boston University for a tie in their biennial meeting at Madison Square Garden. Cornell hasn't won in five tries, but the games have all been tight. ... Elsewhere, Harvard rolled to a win at the Shillelagh Tournament; Lowell topped Brown in a shootout to win the Friendship Four in Belfast, Northern Ireland; and Providence and Quinnipiac remained unbeaten. Those were just the highlights of an action-packed weekend.

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