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FlagDUDE08
04-17-2012, 12:26 PM
I didn't think Simon Frasier had a hockey team. So out of curiosity I checked their site and the show no varsity hockey team. Is it a new start up or a club team? And further complete speculation, since Simon Frasier switched to the NCAA this year, if it were a varsity team would it still count toward the exemption?

Simon Fraser played a couple of exhibitions last year so they certainly had a team. However, given this is under an international tour, I believe it still counts.

owslachief
04-17-2012, 12:35 PM
The reason I asked is because you already have the GLI, 2 @ the Gophers, and 2 w/ Penn State. If you don't get the Alaska exemption, that's a full NC schedule.

Someone would need to explain last year to me then ... unless the Alaska exemption applies to "off" years as well. We had the opening weekend BC & Air Force, two @ home vs. Bobby Morris, two @ home vs. Minnesota and the GLI. That's 8.

FlagDUDE08
04-17-2012, 12:38 PM
Someone would need to explain last year to me then ... unless the Alaska exemption applies to "off" years as well. We had the opening weekend BC & Air Force, two @ home vs. Bobby Morris, two @ home vs. Minnesota and the GLI. That's 8.

The Alaska exemption only applies if you play against an Alaska team in Alaska.

However, IIRC, you were in the IceBreaker tournament last year. That is an exempt tournament, meaning neither of those two games count against your 34.

Rolevio
04-17-2012, 12:46 PM
Someone would need to explain last year to me then ... unless the Alaska exemption applies to "off" years as well. We had the opening weekend BC & Air Force, two @ home vs. Bobby Morris, two @ home vs. Minnesota and the GLI. That's 8.

The Icebreaker is exempt. Those 2 games didnt count.

beaverhockeyfan
04-17-2012, 01:02 PM
Since Bemidji State sent out their season ticket renewals with a home schedule in it, things are becoming more public.

October 7 Manitoba
October 19 and 20 Lake Superior State
November 16 and 17 Michigan Tech
November 23 and 24 Alaska-Anchorage
December 14 and 15 Denver
January 4 and 5 Western Michigan
January 25 and 26 Nebraska-Omaha
February 1 and 2 St. Cloud State
February 15 and 16 Minnesota-Duluth
March 8 and 9 Minnesota
March 15, 16 and 17 WCHA First Round Playoffs

SCSU Euro
04-17-2012, 01:47 PM
Since Bemidji State sent out their season ticket renewals with a home schedule in it, things are becoming more public.

October 7 Manitoba
October 19 and 20 Lake Superior State
November 16 and 17 Michigan Tech
November 23 and 24 Alaska-Anchorage
December 14 and 15 Denver
January 4 and 5 Western Michigan
January 25 and 26 Nebraska-Omaha
February 1 and 2 St. Cloud State
February 15 and 16 Minnesota-Duluth
March 8 and 9 Minnesota
March 15, 16 and 17 WCHA First Round Playoffs

This is only listing the home games so no need to mention 1st round of the playoffs. :D

beaverhockeyfan
04-17-2012, 02:09 PM
This is only listing the home games so no need to mention 1st round of the playoffs. :D

This time of year, we have just as good a shot as anyone else. Plus, BSU only lost two key cogs (Bakala and Hunt) to the machine that only finished three points behind you for home ice. I really think BSU will do okay next year, but it is going to be a multi-team battle for the final two or three home ice spots.

owslachief
04-17-2012, 02:11 PM
Someone would need to explain last year to me then ... unless the Alaska exemption applies to "off" years as well. We had the opening weekend BC & Air Force, two @ home vs. Bobby Morris, two @ home vs. Minnesota and the GLI. That's 8.


The Alaska exemption only applies if you play against an Alaska team in Alaska.

However, IIRC, you were in the IceBreaker tournament last year. That is an exempt tournament, meaning neither of those two games count against your 34.

Mystery solved.

We had 6 NC's on the schedule last season, no Alaska trip.
We have 8 NC's tentatively planned this season with an Alaska trip. The answer, then, to the original question is Yes - we have the exemption this time 'round.

FlagDUDE08
04-17-2012, 02:21 PM
Mystery solved.

We had 6 NC's on the schedule last season, no Alaska trip.
We have 8 NC's tentatively planned this season with an Alaska trip. The answer, then, to the original question is Yes - we have the exemption this time 'round.

Good to know.

Although you probably don't have dates yet, would you be able to find out who is in your cluster this year? I already have "big brother" as one of them, do you know the other three?

moose97
04-17-2012, 07:00 PM
http://www.bsubeavers.com/mhockey/schedule/192/

FlagDUDE08
04-18-2012, 06:34 AM
Some information from our friends in the Badger State: http://www.buckys5thquarter.com/2012/4/17/2956157/piecing-together-the-2012-13-schedule

FlagDUDE08
04-18-2012, 07:05 AM
At this point, I'd say it's a safe assumption, using the law of disjunctive inference (for those that don't understand, math), that Alaska will play at Denver on March 8th-9th, as it's the only logical open weekend in common, and everyone else is already playing then.

There are a few too many open weekends to fill in the rest.

owslachief
04-18-2012, 09:42 AM
Good to know.

Although you probably don't have dates yet, would you be able to find out who is in your cluster this year? I already have "big brother" as one of them, do you know the other three?

I don't see anything officially out yet, but I don't believe we really operate under clusters anymore since we went to 11 teams. The only thing I do know is that "traditional rivals" play 4 league-counted games. The interesting thing is the two home-and-homes in our tentative schedule for the upcoming season. The league went away from those too.

FlagDUDE08
04-18-2012, 10:22 AM
I don't see anything officially out yet, but I don't believe we really operate under clusters anymore since we went to 11 teams. The only thing I do know is that "traditional rivals" play 4 league-counted games. The interesting thing is the two home-and-homes in our tentative schedule for the upcoming season. The league went away from those too.

Perhaps I should rephrase. Given your league has 28 conference games and 10 league opponents, that means you'd have to play 4 games against 4 teams, and 2 games against the other 6. We know one of those 4 teams where you'll be playing 4 games, do you know the other three?

owslachief
04-18-2012, 10:47 AM
Perhaps I should rephrase. Given your league has 28 conference games and 10 league opponents, that means you'd have to play 4 games against 4 teams, and 2 games against the other 6. We know one of those 4 teams where you'll be playing 4 games, do you know the other three?

Thanks for clarifying. One of our bloggers has us playing 4 vs. Bowling Green. I don't have the 2 others, although I am going to assume they come from the following 4 teams: Notre Dame, Western Michigan, Ferris State and Miami.

RaceBoarder
04-18-2012, 11:18 AM
I've seen a few Penn State mentions... Anyone have an idea of what their schedule will look like?

Biddco
04-18-2012, 11:28 AM
I've seen a few Penn State mentions... Anyone have an idea of what their schedule will look like?

Mostly L's :D

RaceBoarder
04-18-2012, 12:12 PM
Mostly L's :D

Who is going to be the infamous W numero uno though ;)

FlagDUDE08
04-18-2012, 01:26 PM
Who is going to be the infamous W numero uno though ;)

RIT mayhaps?

FlagDUDE08
04-19-2012, 07:09 AM
I won't put it on the schedule since this is just a random thought, but given the number of expected NC games remaining, I wonder if Denver / BU will be a two-game series, with one of the two being the Hall of Fame game?