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High School Hockey: Closing the gap

Voyageurs push No. 1 Notre Dame to the wire before losing, 3-2

3:22 PM, Dec. 19, 2012
De Pere junior forward Will Reabe, left, pushes the puck up the ice ahead of Notre Dame Academy senior forward Jason Reynolds during the teams' Fox River Classic Conference boys hockey game at Cornerstone Community Center's Resch Olympic Pavilion in Ashwaubenon on Friday night, Dec. 14. Top-ranked Notre Dame pulled out a 3-2 win in the last minute of play.
De Pere junior forward Will Reabe, left, pushes the puck up the ice ahead of Notre Dame Academy senior forward Jason Reynolds during the teams' Fox River Classic Conference boys hockey game at Cornerstone Community Center's Resch Olympic Pavilion in Ashwaubenon on Friday night, Dec. 14. Top-ranked Notre Dame pulled out a 3-2 win in the last minute of play.
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Those with Notre Dame Academy's boys hockey team realize having opponents circle their games against the Tritons on the schedule comes with being a reigning state champion.

The circle that may be on De Pere's slate of games for when the Voyageurs next play Notre Dame became a little bigger.

"It's one we want to win," De Pere senior goalie Ross Kulick said. ...

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