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boblav1
07-20-2012, 03:40 PM
Q-Pac @ UMA date found as 11/24. http://fearthetriangle.com/2012-13-schedule/
The Q-Pac schedule:
http://www.quinnipiacbobcats.com/sports/mice/2012-13/releases/201207197mod5f

LSSULaker889294
07-27-2012, 11:50 AM
Notre Dame finally releases it's schedule:

http://www.und.com/sports/m-hockey/sched/nd-m-hockey-sched.html

burgie12
07-30-2012, 10:34 AM
Notre Dame finally releases it's schedule:

http://www.und.com/sports/m-hockey/sched/nd-m-hockey-sched.html
With Notre Dame's schedule released, there are only three known games that still need to be scheduled: UMass vs BC. Two of them will be at Conte and one at Mullins.

Looking at last year's schedule and doing a straight flip, there's definitely the possibility of BC at UMass on Fri, Oct 19. But, with BC playing in Orono this year on Fri, Nov 2, the second game cannot be Nov 3rd (I'm not excluding the possibility of the 4th, though). The third game definitely cannot directly match up with last year's schedule because both teams already have games scheduled for the weekend of Jan 11-12.

Barring any additional games for UAH, UNO or the AHA teams that are short a couple games and any additional changes (like the UAA-DU change or the RPI-UNH shift), the schedule for the season will be set.

ScottK
07-30-2012, 10:50 AM
With Notre Dame's schedule released, there are only three known games that still need to be scheduled: UMass vs BC. Two of them will be at Conte and one at Mullins.

Looking at last year's schedule and doing a straight flip, there's definitely the possibility of BC at UMass on Fri, Oct 19. But, with BC playing in Orono this year on Fri, Nov 2, the second game cannot be Nov 3rd (I'm not excluding the possibility of the 4th, though). The third game definitely cannot directly match up with last year's schedule because both teams already have games scheduled for the weekend of Jan 11-12.

Barring any additional games for UAH, UNO or the AHA teams that are short a couple games and any additional changes (like the UAA-DU change or the RPI-UNH shift), the schedule for the season will be set.

Hockey East posted the composite schedule last week - http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/schedule/index.php. The composite only goes to 12/8, but each team's individual schedule is complete.

BC plays at UMass on Friday 10/19, and at home against UMass on Sun 11/4 and Friday 1/18.

huskermavfanchuck
07-31-2012, 04:09 PM
O Mavs schedule here:

http://www.omavs.com/schedule.aspx?tab=icehockey2&path=mhockey

Was posted in June, I believe. They have the Icebreaker, and then 3 different weekends with non-con, N. Michigan, UAH, and Quinnipiac, along with 28 conference games, so I believe they're full up anyway.

FlagDUDE08
07-31-2012, 04:41 PM
O Mavs schedule here:

http://www.omavs.com/schedule.aspx?tab=icehockey2&path=mhockey

Was posted in June, I believe. They have the Icebreaker, and then 3 different weekends with non-con, N. Michigan, UAH, and Quinnipiac, along with 28 conference games, so I believe they're full up anyway.

Assuming you mean UNO, they aren't full. Because they're travelling to Alaska this year, they are entitled to schedule two more NC games. They probably won't, even though Army has four remaining.

huskermavfanchuck
07-31-2012, 04:47 PM
Gotcha. I had been curious why the 2 were still listed. And yes, that was UNO. :) Thanks for the clarification.

du78
08-01-2012, 09:34 AM
From @DU_Hockey on Twitter: DU's exhibition game vs. Univ. of British Columbia on 10/6 will most likely be played at Pepsi Center.

Due to the presidential debates at DU, Magness Arena cannot be used for the hockey game and this exhibition will be in an NHL arena.

FlagDUDE08
08-01-2012, 10:35 AM
From @DU_Hockey on Twitter: DU's exhibition game vs. Univ. of British Columbia on 10/6 will most likely be played at Pepsi Center.

Due to the presidential debates at DU, Magness Arena cannot be used for the hockey game and this exhibition will be in an NHL arena.

Once again, Obummer ruining everything. :p

LSSULaker889294
08-01-2012, 01:54 PM
CCHA composite schedule released. Nothing new here.

http://www.ccha.com/ccha_announces_2012-13_composite_schedule.aspx

FlagDUDE08
08-02-2012, 07:26 AM
Hockey East posted the composite schedule last week - http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/schedule/index.php. The composite only goes to 12/8, but each team's individual schedule is complete.

BC plays at UMass on Friday 10/19, and at home against UMass on Sun 11/4 and Friday 1/18.

One other thing found is that January 4th is the Portland game vs. Mercyhurst.

FlagDUDE08
08-02-2012, 07:29 AM
Schedules are here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjrUzfoOPCB5dHBkczZYYUMwUHBBdGRFc3dGRVBNN 0E#gid=0

Teams without a full complement of games, minus exhibitions:

Atlantic: (composite schedule released)
AIC - 1 NC :(
Army - 4 NC :(
Bentley - 1 NC :(
Air Force - 1 NC :(

WCHA: (all league dates known)
Nebraska Omaha - 2 NC :(

Independent: (all non-conference games)
Alabama Huntsville - 8 NC :(

SCSU Euro
08-02-2012, 07:52 AM
Once again, Obummer ruining everything. :p

Yeah, I bet BC (not that BC) is heartbroken to play in an NHL arena

drshoen
08-02-2012, 09:11 AM
Clarkson has an exhibition Sun. 10/7/12 vs. Carleton U. - couldn't edit Google from work location

UAHStatman
08-10-2012, 07:59 PM
UAH:
http://www.uahchargers.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhockey

Alton
08-14-2012, 01:37 PM
Assuming you mean UNO, they aren't full. Because they're travelling to Alaska this year, they are entitled to schedule two more NC games. They probably won't, even though Army has four remaining.

I don't believe Nebraska-Omaha can schedule any more games. The IceBreaker tournament is a "once-in-four-years" exemption. The October 2009 tournament included Nebraska-Omaha, and they exempted the tournament then. This means that Nebraska-Omaha can not exempt the IceBreaker again until October 2013.

That gives Nebraska-Omaha their limit of 34 non-exempt games, plus 2 exempt games at Alaska-Anchorage.

FlagDUDE08
08-14-2012, 02:27 PM
I don't believe Nebraska-Omaha can schedule any more games. The IceBreaker tournament is a "once-in-four-years" exemption. The October 2009 tournament included Nebraska-Omaha, and they exempted the tournament then. This means that Nebraska-Omaha can not exempt the IceBreaker again until October 2013.

That gives Nebraska-Omaha their limit of 34 non-exempt games, plus 2 exempt games at Alaska-Anchorage.

The only four year exemption is the international tour. Nowhere in the rule book does it stipulate that participation in the IceBreaker tournament is limited to once every four years. I believe one of the Boston schools recently proved what I say to be true.

EDIT: http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/D113.pdf bylaw 17.12.5.3, clause m. This was enacted as of January 2008, so it may have been the case previously that there was a four year stipulation, but it is not the current case.

Patman
08-14-2012, 02:46 PM
UAH:
http://www.uahchargers.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhockey

Is the NCAA minimum still 24 games? If so, I'm counting 22 and any game played against UAH will not count to the RPI/PWR... I think.

Alton
08-14-2012, 03:38 PM
The only four year exemption is the international tour. Nowhere in the rule book does it stipulate that participation in the IceBreaker tournament is limited to once every four years. I believe one of the Boston schools recently proved what I say to be true.

That's what I get for not checking the NCAA Manual before I posted. You are right, they removed the "once-every-four-years" part in the 2008 NCAA convention.

After doing some research, I think I see what happened. In 2007, the NCAA eliminated as many exemptions as they could from the rule book in all sports (they called this process "de-regulation"). They saw that the exempt tournaments were getting out of hand, which they clearly were, and hockey was a major offender. So the entire slate of tournament exemptions (including for the IceBreaker) was removed. But after the change was adopted but before it went into effect, the Hockey Commissioners Association added the exemption back in. The only difference is that when it was added back, the rule limiting teams in their ability to exempt it more often than once every four years somehow disappeared. I don't necessarily think they meant to change that rule, but they did. As a result, the tournament is exempt every year for all teams.

So Nebraska-Omaha is allowed to schedule 2 more games this year.

FlagDUDE08
08-14-2012, 03:44 PM
Is the NCAA minimum still 24 games? If so, I'm counting 22 and any game played against UAH will not count to the RPI/PWR... I think.

Bylaw 20.9.4.3 at http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/D113.pdf states the minimum is 25, and Bylaw 20.9.5 states it has to be D-I opponents. There is a waiver process noted.