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Posted: April 6th, 2013
HOCKEY UPDATE: Ruef, Gates fall short of bronze at international tourney

Erie native Bo Ruef had a goal and assist and Millcreek Township’s Miles Gates added two assists. But the United States fell to Finland 6-4 Saturday in the bronze-medal game at the World Deaf Hockey Championship in Vantaa, Finland. The U.S. finished 1-4 in the five-team tournament.
Ruef, 21, finished tied for the team lead and tied for fifth in the tournament with 11 points (five goals, six assists) in five games. Gates, 23, had no goals and five assists in five games. Both were on the U.S. team that captured bronze at the inaugural event in Winnipeg, Manitoba, four years ago.

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