SETTLING ONTO the couch at his off-campus house which he once described as "not totally 'Animal House,' but along those lines," Union College defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere flicked on the television.
Having survived and advanced to their second Frozen Four in 3 years, the Flyers' third-round pick and his teammates watched last night's Northeast Regional final between UMass-Lowell and Boston College intently.
They waited with baited breath to learn their opponent for when they take the ice at the Wells Fargo Center on April 10 in the national semifinal.
This time, Gostisbehere knows, anything less than a win against Boston College, a 4-3 winner last night, to get one game closer to a national title will be unacceptable. Union College hasn't lost since Jan. 31 and the Dutchmen entered as the 16-team tournament's overall No. 3 seed.