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justahockeydad
09-25-2014, 11:47 AM
Those are conference rules, not NCAA rules.
I see a lot of threads for division 1 teams and none for D3 we should start one for d3

since most players are returning except for 2 players i believe that Castleton has a real good chance of making the NCAA torunament

Their defensive core is rated very high and all are returning


Plattsburgh is rebuild and so is Norwich and so is Middlebury it could be two years before we see tham strong

PrezdeJohnson09
09-26-2014, 06:39 AM
I see a lot of threads for division 1 teams and none for D3 we should start one for d3

since most players are returning except for 2 players i believe that Castleton has a real good chance of making the NCAA torunament

Their defensive core is rated very high and all are returning


Plattsburgh is rebuild and so is Norwich and so is Middlebury it could be two years before we see tham strong

Not saying this will definitely be the case but remember Norwich, Middlebury and Plattsburgh have all gone through the "rebuild" process mutiple times now and all three remain among the nation's elite, competing for a title every year.

obserbear
09-26-2014, 10:03 AM
Not saying this will definitely be the case but remember Norwich, Middlebury and Plattsburgh have all gone through the "rebuild" process mutiple times now and all three remain among the nation's elite, competing for a title every year.

Taking a look at the roster, I would hardly refer to this as a rebuilding season for the Panthers.

PrezdeJohnson09
09-26-2014, 10:09 AM
Taking a look at the roster, I would hardly refer to this as a rebuilding season for the Panthers.

I wouldn't say a rebuilding year either by any means for Middlebury. Just was referencing the poster calling Plattsburgh, Norwich and Middlebury in "rebuilding" years.

justahockeydad
09-26-2014, 11:30 AM
I wouldn't say a rebuilding year either by any means for Middlebury. Just was referencing the poster calling Plattsburgh, Norwich and Middlebury in "rebuilding" years.

was wondering why in d3 no team is allowed exhibition games

I would think this would be hard on coaches finalizing roosters

is there a reason for this

whoop87
09-26-2014, 12:09 PM
Exhibition games are allowed in D3. I just checked the schedule for the opening week of play in D3 and the Toronto Midget Aeros have an exhibition game at Oswego.

DelayedOffside
09-26-2014, 06:15 PM
Exhibition games are allowed in D3. I just checked the schedule for the opening week of play in D3 and the Toronto Midget Aeros have an exhibition game at Oswego.

Agreed, one exhibition is allowed. See below from D3 handbook.

17.12.2 Preseason Practice A member institution shall not commence practice sessions in ice hockey be- fore the third Monday in October. (Revised: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91 and 8/1/92, 1/10/95 effective 8/1/95, 9/2/08, 1/17/09 effective 8/1/09, 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)
17.12.3 First Contest. A member institution shall not play its first contest (game, exhibition or scrimmage) against outside competition in ice hockey before the second Friday following the first permissible practice date, except as provided under Bylaw 17.12.3.2. (Revised: 1/10/95 effective 8/1/95, 1/17/09 effective 8/1/09, 4/17/12 ef- fective 8/1/12, 1/19/13 effective 8/1/13, 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)
17.12.3.1 Five-Day Acclimatization Period. Each student-athlete (both first-time participants and con- tinuing student-athletes) shall participate in five on-ice practices, conducted on separate dates, prior to participa- tion in any outside competition including a regular contest, scrimmage, exhibition game or joint practice. An on-ice practice conducted on the same date as a regular contest, preseason scrimmage, exhibition game or joint practice is not countable toward the five-day acclimatization period. (Adopted: 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)
17.12.3.2 Preseason Scrimmage or Exhibition. A member institution may conduct one scrimmage, ex- hibition game or joint practice before the first permissible contest date provided the student-athletes participat- ing have completed the five-day acclimatization period (see Bylaw 17.12.3.1). (Adopted: 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)

PrezdeJohnson09
09-28-2014, 01:21 PM
Agreed, one exhibition is allowed. See below from D3 handbook.

17.12.2 Preseason Practice A member institution shall not commence practice sessions in ice hockey be- fore the third Monday in October. (Revised: 1/10/91 effective 8/1/91 and 8/1/92, 1/10/95 effective 8/1/95, 9/2/08, 1/17/09 effective 8/1/09, 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)
17.12.3 First Contest. A member institution shall not play its first contest (game, exhibition or scrimmage) against outside competition in ice hockey before the second Friday following the first permissible practice date, except as provided under Bylaw 17.12.3.2. (Revised: 1/10/95 effective 8/1/95, 1/17/09 effective 8/1/09, 4/17/12 ef- fective 8/1/12, 1/19/13 effective 8/1/13, 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)
17.12.3.1 Five-Day Acclimatization Period. Each student-athlete (both first-time participants and con- tinuing student-athletes) shall participate in five on-ice practices, conducted on separate dates, prior to participa- tion in any outside competition including a regular contest, scrimmage, exhibition game or joint practice. An on-ice practice conducted on the same date as a regular contest, preseason scrimmage, exhibition game or joint practice is not countable toward the five-day acclimatization period. (Adopted: 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)
17.12.3.2 Preseason Scrimmage or Exhibition. A member institution may conduct one scrimmage, ex- hibition game or joint practice before the first permissible contest date provided the student-athletes participat- ing have completed the five-day acclimatization period (see Bylaw 17.12.3.1). (Adopted: 1/18/14 effective 8/1/14)

Last year exhibitions were banned for one-year due to new legislation when they shifted the first game date to not being able to be before Nov. 1, unless it fell on the weekend and then you can play Friday.

Thankfully they amended the legislation to allow for exhibitions this year.

justahockeydad
09-29-2014, 11:25 AM
Last year exhibitions were banned for one-year due to new legislation when they shifted the first game date to not being able to be before Nov. 1, unless it fell on the weekend and then you can play Friday.

Thankfully they amended the legislation to allow for exhibitions this year.

that is great i hope coaches will take advantage of it

good for teams really good for coaches

can be used as a recruiting tool

like oswego