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FlagDUDE08
04-19-2012, 09:24 PM
Toothpaste has a schedule: http://gogatehockey.blogspot.com/2012/04/2012-13-tentative-schedule-captains.html

brassbonanza
04-19-2012, 10:29 PM
On the doc, you have BU playing at QU in the BU column, but no mention of BU at all in QU's column. Which is true?

FlagDUDE08
04-20-2012, 05:45 AM
On the doc, you have BU playing at QU in the BU column, but no mention of BU at all in QU's column. Which is true?

That isn't true at all, since Q-Pac is playing Colgate in a non-conference game at a neutral site on that day. I don't know who put that in there... EDIT: Google Docs has been buggy as of late, shifting the spreadsheet a bit after copies and pastes. I think it shifted when the dude went to put Q-Pac under Colgate's name, it ended up under BU for some reason, and didn't proofread. In any case, it's fixed.

I still wouldn't be surprised if you playing Denver is a two-game series, with one of them being the Hall of Fame game. Otherwise, your NC tally is full.

FlagDUDE08
04-20-2012, 05:53 AM
Rumours on the Round Table: http://www.letsgotech.com/roundtable/showthread.php?2133-Men-s-Hockey-2012-13-Schedule

If they do have RIT/Niagara, they would probably play Niagara Friday and it'd be on the same weekend where Colgate is playing RIT. Bowling Green is a no, though, since they're full.

johnk
04-20-2012, 07:16 AM
Toothpaste has a schedule: http://gogatehockey.blogspot.com/2012/04/2012-13-tentative-schedule-captains.html


Looking at their schedule, I guess Cornell has left the ECAC.

Alton
04-20-2012, 08:29 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?

There certainly are still clusters in the CCHA. They just work a little differently than they used to.

Here is everything we know about the play-4 teams:

Bowling Green: Ferris State, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan
Michigan: Ferris State, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan
Ferris State: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Michigan State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan)
Michigan State: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Ferris State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan)
Notre Dame: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Ferris State, Michigan State, Western Michigan)
Western Michigan: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Ferris State, Michigan State, Notre Dame)
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Alaska: Lake Superior, Miami, Northern Michigan, Ohio State
Lake Superior: Alaska, Miami, Northern Michigan, Ohio State
Miami: Alaska, Lake Superior, Northern Michigan, Ohio State
Northern Michigan: Alaska, Lake Superior, Miami, Ohio State
Ohio State: Alaska, Lake Superior, Miami, Northern Michigan

klbaum1077
04-20-2012, 05:47 PM
There certainly are still clusters in the CCHA. They just work a little differently than they used to.

Here is everything we know about the play-4 teams:

Bowling Green: Ferris State, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan
Michigan: Ferris State, Michigan State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan
Ferris State: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Michigan State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan)
Michigan State: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Ferris State, Notre Dame, Western Michigan)
Notre Dame: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Ferris State, Michigan State, Western Michigan)
Western Michigan: Bowling Green, Michigan, 2 of (Ferris State, Michigan State, Notre Dame)
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Alaska: Lake Superior, Miami, Northern Michigan, Ohio State
Lake Superior: Alaska, Miami, Northern Michigan, Ohio State
Miami: Alaska, Lake Superior, Northern Michigan, Ohio State
Northern Michigan: Alaska, Lake Superior, Miami, Ohio State
Ohio State: Alaska, Lake Superior, Miami, Northern Michigan

From what i have saw Lake St. only has ohio state once.

FlagDUDE08
04-20-2012, 08:41 PM
http://www.ktuu.com/sports/ktuu-uaa-hockey-announces-201213-schedule-20120420,0,5706152.story

UAA has released more of the schedule, but I have enough to at least complete where they'll be for each game.

EDIT: Here's who they play in the Goal Rush: http://community.adn.com/adn/node/160834

boblav1
04-20-2012, 09:12 PM
http://www.ktuu.com/sports/ktuu-uaa-hockey-announces-201213-schedule-20120420,0,5706152.story

UAA has released more of the schedule, but I have enough to at least complete where they'll be for each game.

EDIT: Here's who they play in the Goal Rush: http://community.adn.com/adn/node/160834

The UAA schedule:
http://www.goseawolves.com/SportSelect.dbml?&SPSID=58448&SPID=6373&DB_OEM_ID=13400&Q_SEASON=2012

Alton
04-20-2012, 10:27 PM
From what i have saw Lake St. only has ohio state once.

What have you seen to indicate otherwise? From what you have seen, whom does Ohio State play 4 times next year?

guggir
04-20-2012, 10:53 PM
Mankato schedule
http://www.msumavericks.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhockey

klbaum1077
04-20-2012, 11:33 PM
What have you seen to indicate otherwise? From what you have seen, whom does Ohio State play 4 times next year?

A Lake state fan posted who they play home and away and ohio state was only listed as a home series for the lakers.

LSSULaker889294
04-21-2012, 12:12 AM
A Lake state fan posted who they play home and away and ohio state was only listed as a home series for the lakers.

LSSU played Ohio State four times in 11/12, which should mean they shouldn't play four times two seasons in a row.

But then again with the CCHA's ****ed up scheduling with having 11 teams, it might be possible.

Alton
04-21-2012, 07:11 AM
LSSU played Ohio State four times in 11/12, which should mean they shouldn't play four times two seasons in a row.

But then again with the CCHA's ****ed up scheduling with having 11 teams, it might be possible.

Ah. I see what happened here. This is based on an incorrect assumption about how the CCHA schedule works now. With 11 teams, they have 2 clusters: a 6-team cluster and a 5-team cluster. Teams in the 6-team cluster play 4 of the other 5 teams 4 times each. Teams in the 5-team cluster play the other 4 teams 4 times each. If you think about it, a team must play at least one and possibly two of the other teams 4 times in consecutive years.

Even though we only know Bowling Green's schedule and Michigan's opponents, we can piece together the rest of the clusters from those two bits of information. Both Lake Superior and Ohio State are in the 5-team cluster, and will play each other 4 times.

Unless the CCHA changed their scheduling format from their previous 11-team seasons, that is. I doubt that they would do that for just 1 season, but I suppose anything is possible.

drewcu
04-21-2012, 08:34 AM
Rumours on the Round Table: http://www.letsgotech.com/roundtable/showthread.php?2133-Men-s-Hockey-2012-13-Schedule

If they do have RIT/Niagara, they would probably play Niagara Friday and it'd be on the same weekend where Colgate is playing RIT. Bowling Green is a no, though, since they're full.

The latest on the Roundtable Has Clarkson playing October 20th Holy Cross, then 26th and 27th Niagara home.

klbaum1077
04-21-2012, 11:05 AM
Ah. I see what happened here. This is based on an incorrect assumption about how the CCHA schedule works now. With 11 teams, they have 2 clusters: a 6-team cluster and a 5-team cluster. Teams in the 6-team cluster play 4 of the other 5 teams 4 times each. Teams in the 5-team cluster play the other 4 teams 4 times each. If you think about it, a team must play at least one and possibly two of the other teams 4 times in consecutive years.

Even though we only know Bowling Green's schedule and Michigan's opponents, we can piece together the rest of the clusters from those two bits of information. Both Lake Superior and Ohio State are in the 5-team cluster, and will play each other 4 times.

Unless the CCHA changed their scheduling format from their previous 11-team seasons, that is. I doubt that they would do that for just 1 season, but I suppose anything is possible.

Ok I see what your saying.

FlagDUDE08
04-21-2012, 11:20 AM
The latest on the Roundtable Has Clarkson playing October 20th Holy Cross, then 26th and 27th Niagara home.

Thanks. I also saw something in there about Canisius on the road. Would this be instead of AIC? http://www.letsgotech.com/roundtable/showthread.php?2146-2012-2013-schedule

BTW, I'm not sure I can say yet if Clarkson would travel partner with SLU for Northeastern/BU. It's still possible given OOC games left (and assuming the HOF game is one game only).

drewcu
04-21-2012, 11:40 AM
Thanks. I also saw something in there about Canisius on the road. Would this be instead of AIC? http://www.letsgotech.com/roundtable/showthread.php?2146-2012-2013-schedule

BTW, I'm not sure I can say yet if Clarkson would travel partner with SLU for Northeastern/BU. It's still possible given OOC games left (and assuming the HOF game is one game only).

Hey, I only gave you definite rumors with dates, I didn't want to give you rumors without dates and blow my credibility :). I think Canisius is definitly on the schedule but I wouldn't rule out AIC, and not being a travel partner to Boston with SLU.

brassbonanza
04-22-2012, 12:29 AM
From BU banquet tonight, PC is playing @ BU on Oct. 13 to open the regular season for BU.

burgie12
04-22-2012, 05:15 PM
MarkEagleUSA's Qpac banquet recap (http://allnightwong.blogspot.com/2012/04/2011-12-mens-ice-hockey-banquet-recap.html) has some insight into the non-con schedule.

Spreadsheet updated accordingly