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Runsub5
07-09-2014, 06:52 PM
http://www.sbncollegehockey.com/college-hockey-recruiting-ncaa/2014/7/9/5884283/umaine-hockey-jack-musil-new-england-wolves-junior-hockey-red-gendron

On incoming freshman Jack Musil with quotes from junior coach

Wow!!!! According to his coach, he is basically a Hobey Baker finalist in his first year. He must have at least one or two short-comings.

Ma#1ne Hky
07-10-2014, 05:11 AM
Wow!!!! According to his coach, he is basically a Hobey Baker finalist in his first year. He must have at least one or two short-comings.We all hear and read this stuff year in and year out,here's hoping he can make the Team better and be part of the Rebuild/Retooling of this Program,not a over night fix...my main concern going into this Season will be Goaltending.

BBDiehard14
07-10-2014, 08:41 AM
We all hear and read this stuff year in and year out,here's hoping he can make the Team better and be part of the Rebuild/Retooling of this Program,not a over night fix...my main concern going into this Season will be Goaltending.


So long as Morris is healthy, we'll be fine in that department. Next step = NCAA Tournament after the kick-in-the-balls finish to last season, so expecting nothing less than an NCAA appearance this winter.

Ma#1ne Hky
07-10-2014, 12:48 PM
So long as Morris is healthy, we'll be fine in that department. Next step = NCAA Tournament after the kick-in-the-balls finish to last season, so expecting nothing less than an NCAA appearance this winter.Ok...but don't count out Nik Nugnes....could be a interesting season between the pipes for Maine...hopefully a solid/steady performance out of the group(Morris/Nugnes/Remeo).

CollegeHockeyRinkReport
07-10-2014, 01:51 PM
http://www.sbncollegehockey.com/2014/7/10/5888219/maines-ryan-lomberg-on-the-move-ushl-lincoln-stars-muskegon-lumberjacks

Lomberg's rights traded in USHL

Ma#1ne Hky
07-10-2014, 02:04 PM
http://www.sbncollegehockey.com/2014/7/10/5888219/maines-ryan-lomberg-on-the-move-ushl-lincoln-stars-muskegon-lumberjacks

Lomberg's rights traded in USHLInteresting,he'll be playing hockey somewhere's this fall/winter.

ck1969
07-10-2014, 02:49 PM
Interesting,he'll be playing hockey somewhere's this fall/winter.

That would be a suckubus. His next court date has to be coming up

Priceless
07-10-2014, 08:07 PM
I'm taking a wait and see attitude. No need to overreact and start rumors.

ck1969
07-11-2014, 07:15 AM
I get Red and his zero tolerance policy. But what happens if he's found to be innocent? You let one of your better players flap in the wind and leave the program (potentially) . The kid got into a fight. Charged with a misdemeanor. This isn't a huge deal. Just my .02

blackbearbandie
07-11-2014, 08:13 AM
I'm taking a wait and see attitude. No need to overreact and start rumors.

Yeah, I think that's the best we can do at this point, wait and see. I hope it all works out and he'll be back, but it's reassuring knowing that at least he'll be able to continue playing somewhere because he's got a lot of potential. I'm hoping he gets a second chance at Maine, but at least he'll have his second chance elsewhere if not here.

blackbearbandie
07-11-2014, 08:20 AM
From wlbz2.com, with video segment:

http://www.wlbz2.com/story/sports/2014/07/09/umaine-well-represented-at-nhl-development-camps/12426783/

UMaine well-represented at NHL Development camps
Johnny Mehler, WLBZ 10:43 p.m. EDT July 9, 2014
ORONO, Maine

(NEWS CENTER) -- Six current Black Bears and one incoming freshman are participating in development camps for teams across the national hockey league this off season.

Dan Renouf (Lightning), Devin Shore (Stars), Ben Hutton (Canucks), Blaine Byron (Penguins) and Nolan Vesey (Maple Leafs) all playing with some of the league's top prospects.

Jake Rutt and Steven Swaveley are at the same development camp. They're in New york with the islanders organization looking to improve for when they both take the ice again together in Orono.

BBDiehard14
07-11-2014, 08:30 AM
I get Red and his zero tolerance policy. But what happens if he's found to be innocent? You let one of your better players flap in the wind and leave the program (potentially) . The kid got into a fight. Charged with a misdemeanor. This isn't a huge deal. Just my .02

You're right. Gotta let the legal system take its course. That's a case where a coach's "zero-tolerance" policy can be a tad too much IMHO

Doubleminor
07-11-2014, 08:58 AM
Wow!!!! According to his coach, he is basically a Hobey Baker finalist in his first year. He must have at least one or two short-comings.

This kid does everything but shovel the junior coach's sidewalk!!! But, realistically, a 21 year old walk-on, no scholly, recruited in early spring and, it appears, that Maine was the only team that wanted him. Either Red has the vision or was sold a bill of goods by the junior coach.

DoubleA
07-12-2014, 10:52 AM
Any rumors or rumblings about our two significant flight risks? #94 and #10?
If they both stick around... :D

They'll both be back at Maine for their Junior years. Beyond that, doubtful. IMHO.

DoubleA
07-12-2014, 11:00 AM
I get Red and his zero tolerance policy. But what happens if he's found to be innocent? You let one of your better players flap in the wind and leave the program (potentially) . The kid got into a fight. Charged with a misdemeanor. This isn't a huge deal. Just my .02

Totally agree. This isn't a huge deal. If this incident happened back during our tenures at Orono, it wouldn't even make the campus newspaper. But this is a different era. Once this got into the legal system's hands, and then to the University disciplinary committee, it is out of Red's.

BBDiehard14
07-13-2014, 09:00 AM
Totally agree. This isn't a huge deal. If this incident happened back during our tenures at Orono, it wouldn't even make the campus newspaper. But this is a different era. Once this got into the legal system's hands, and then to the University disciplinary committee, it is out of Red's.


It's not. Everyone who thinks he is going to be gone needs to calm down a little bit. It's not a big deal. He was drunk, the victim was drunk. This crap happens every day at every college from Maine to Alaska. We'll be seeing Ryan line up on the blue line in Orono against either Union or UAA.

Runsub5
07-13-2014, 09:58 AM
Totally agree. This isn't a huge deal. If this incident happened back during our tenures at Orono, it wouldn't even make the campus newspaper. But this is a different era. Once this got into the legal system's hands, and then to the University disciplinary committee, it is out of Red's.

Appears that I am in the minority. I think it's a serious issue. The victim is kicked while on the ground, receives a concussion and has to be physically removed by witnesses. Alcohol may also have been involved which only served to compound the matter.

Ma#1ne Hky
07-13-2014, 10:20 AM
Appears that I am in the minority. I think it's a serious issue. The victim is kicked while on the ground, receives a concussion and has to be physically removed by witnesses. Alcohol may also have been involved which only served to compound the matter.You are right it is a serious issue,and what compounds it more is that it is the first major issue that Gendron will have to address in guiding this program back on and off the ice. Either way if found guilty or not guilty...Lomborg will be playing hcokey somehweres this fall & winter.

Drew S.
07-13-2014, 01:50 PM
Appears that I am in the minority. I think it's a serious issue. The victim is kicked while on the ground, receives a concussion and has to be physically removed by witnesses. Alcohol may also have been involved which only served to compound the matter.

I think it depends on the circumstances. If Lomberg was unprovoked he should be kicked off the team, but if the other kid did something to the mutual friend's dog or swung at Lomberg first it is a completely different situation. In either case, the kid should have handled it differently, don't go running to the cops like a little *****. That never was how things were handled when I was living in Maine.

walrus
07-13-2014, 02:03 PM
What does the code of conduct say, doesn't every Maine athlete sign it? We will know on the first day of school, is Ryan there or not? As far as I know he is still suspended from the hockey team, no dryland training, no hike up Katadin, without a court date or a plea he is in limbo for sure