Through one period, Potsdam held a 2-1 lead. But in the 15 minutes that followed, C-NS overwhelmed Potsdam’s defenses and recorded seven unanswered goals to decide matters.
Hamilton, named the tournament’s MVP, continued to build upon his school-record totals, putting up four goals and two assists. Fiume had a goal and three assists, with Curtis Howland scoring twice.
Siegel and Chris Schneid put up the other goals as Keyes, Merola, John Ratliff, Nick Schneid, Paul Ludden and Zach Sheridan earned one assist apiece. Johnston finished with 18 saves.
Having won five in a row since that season-opening defeat to RFA on Nov. 30, C-NS got to rest most of this week, but will return to action Friday night as it hosts Baldwinsville at the Twin Rinks, seeking its sixth straight win.