The Carleton Ravens men's hockey team lost the annual Colonel By Classic on Friday night by a score of 3-1.
Carleton fell behind in the opening minute before Tye Austin (Pembroke, Ont.) shut the door the rest of the period despite the Ravens playing what Kieran Craig described as "the teams worst period of the season."
After one, the Ravens were outshot 13-6 by the seventh-ranked Gee-Gees. Carleton battled back in the second, spurred on by the physical play of Kieran Craig. Carleton would even the score midway through the game when Nolan Seed found Nick McCarry on a pass backdoor for an easy redirect past Franky Lapenna.
The tie would only hold for four minutes before Mathieu Dagenais stole a puck in front of Austin snapping home a bardown shot from the hashmarks for the go-ahead goal.
The Gee-Gees picked up their second win in six Colonel By Classics.
Next up the Ravens will thank their seniors on Saturday night when they host McGill at the Ice House. Graduating player ceremonies are scheduled for 7:00 p.m. with puck drop at 7:05.