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unh1982
03-15-2013, 10:01 PM
Should be noted that the HS Hockey Championship game was being played tonight across town. (Sort of a big deal in RI) and the Providence Bruins were home. \

yes how did mt st charles fair tonight.

scoreboard
03-15-2013, 10:03 PM
yes called hot goalie .

No, called very good goalie...

The Zlax45
03-15-2013, 10:03 PM
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yes how did mt st charles fair tonight.

7-0 in Game 1

unh1982
03-15-2013, 10:06 PM
[QUOTE=scoreboard;5672906]No, called very good goalie...[/QUOTE

ok bad wording , is the best goalie in hockey east , but is human ..

scoreboard
03-15-2013, 10:08 PM
[QUOTE=scoreboard;5672906]No, called very good goalie...[/QUOTE

ok bad wording , is the best goalie in hockey east , but is human ..

Lets hope so...

snively
03-15-2013, 10:35 PM
I'm sorry, but let's call a spade a spade. Despite still being ranked #7 in the country, we have exactly 2 wins in our last 11 games.

kdiff77
03-15-2013, 10:38 PM
PC wins despite being horrifically outplayed and the shame of 600 empty seats. It can only get better after that Pyrrhic victory.

Fire TIMMAY!!!

;)

You had 600 empty seats?

That's funny. We had 600 fans at our playoff game last Friday. :p

The Zlax45
03-15-2013, 10:43 PM
You had 600 empty seats?

That's funny. We had 600 fans at our playoff game last Friday. :p

BU only drew 2768 tonight.

goblue
03-15-2013, 10:50 PM
I'm sorry, but let's call a spade a spade. Despite still being ranked #7 in the country, we have exactly 2 wins in our last 11 games.
We are 5-7-5 in HE games since the beginning of January -- freefalling -- with the ground quickly rising.

carltonbarrett
03-15-2013, 10:52 PM
Is UNH in the NCAA's if they lose tomorrow night.

snively
03-15-2013, 10:53 PM
[QUOTE=Netman;5672631]Due to construction, capacity is about 1000 seats less.[/QUOTE
was at the game UNH clearly outplayed them , including the 4 breakaways , however cant solve the goalie. UNH for once hustled and even beat men to the pucks ... do or die tommorow.
I never did quite get the outplayed-them-except-for-goalie thing. Isn't thé goalie a player? Baseball: "we outplayed them except for the pitcher".

HockeyMan2000
03-15-2013, 11:00 PM
nope rink was open for its full capacity , but 2/3 full, first hockey east playoffs in like 8 years and only 2400 , wow

HE Quarterfinals typically do not draw well. Only 3200 tonight at BC. Just 2700 at BU. Lowell did well but they're the only ones who did and it was the 2nd game of the series. Besides, aren't most schools on spring break this week?

Given the timing and nature of the format, the QF round has played to diminishing attendance for years. It might be the fairest way to do the playoffs, but it's the least appealing in terms of the gate many years and in many locations.

Snively65
03-15-2013, 11:57 PM
Is UNH in the NCAA's if they lose tomorrow night.

Yes, I believe that they are a lock for Manchvegas, but could fall to a 4 seed, which would send UML west if they hang onto their 1 seed, as Quinnipiac will keep the 1 seed at Providence no matter what, I think. Keep an eye on the pairwise thread started by Priceless.

The Zlax45
03-16-2013, 12:06 AM
Yes, I believe that they are a lock for Manchvegas, but could fall to a 4 seed, which would send UML west if they hang onto their 1 seed, as Quinnipiac will keep the 1 seed at Providence no matter what, I think. Keep an eye on the pairwise thread started by Priceless.

Wonder if UNH gets in if PC ends up somehow winning the whole conference tourney?

Jon
03-16-2013, 07:29 AM
[QUOTE=unh1982;5672664]
I never did quite get the outplayed-them-except-for-goalie thing. Isn't thé goalie a player? Baseball: "we outplayed them except for the pitcher".

Saracino had a lot to do with the final score.

It's not like PC had 1 goal and Gillies made 67 saves.

JohnB
03-16-2013, 07:49 AM
I'm sorry, but let's call a spade a spade. Despite still being ranked #7 in the country, we have exactly 2 wins in our last 11

It is uncanny the way UNH repeats history over and over with strong, looking invincible, starts to a season only to see the team wither and collapse as the 2nd half continues into the post season. :mad:

Go-UML
03-16-2013, 08:11 AM
Yes, I believe that they are a lock for Manchvegas, but could fall to a 4 seed, which would send UML west if they hang onto their 1 seed, as Quinnipiac will keep the 1 seed at Providence no matter what, I think. Keep an eye on the pairwise thread started by Priceless.Yes. Nightmare scenario for UML. Earning a #1 seed and being sent west due to this 'host team' rule. :( Hoping that UNH gets up to a #3 or drops out altogether at this point. Yes, even if it means rooting against PC. Sorry guys.

unh1982
03-16-2013, 08:12 AM
HE Quarterfinals typically do not draw well. Only 3200 tonight at BC. Just 2700 at BU. Lowell did well but they're the only ones who did and it was the 2nd game of the series. Besides, aren't most schools on spring break this week?

Given the timing and nature of the format, the QF round has played to diminishing attendance for years. It might be the fairest way to do the playoffs, but it's the least appealing in terms of the gate many years and in many locations. At 15 $ a whack who would go , a little costly for some people

GoUNH
03-16-2013, 08:31 AM
Yes. Nightmare scenario for UML. Earning a #1 seed and being sent west due to this 'host team' rule. :( Hoping that UNH gets up to a #3 or drops out altogether at this point. Yes, even if it means rooting against PC. Sorry guys.

What would motivate a team to host a regional if there is no guarantee of playing at the site they are hosting, given they make the tournament?

Onion Man
03-16-2013, 08:38 AM
Wonder if UNH gets in if PC ends up somehow winning the whole conference tourney?

PC winning the tourney would certainly be the death knell for BU, but probably not for UNH. I don't think they'd drop far enough to be a bubble team even with a loss tonight. Probably a four seed, which would mean UML gets sent west as a #1 like what happened to BC in 2011.