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aparch
11-22-2014, 11:21 PM
Really thought Duane Hoey's shutout record would be broken tonight by Dahlstrom, but UAA had other ideas.

Hoey's record is 160:50. Dahlstrom was stopped at 132:47.

This is Dahlstrom's second run at the record, as he was just under 20 minutes short last season.

Jimjamesak
11-23-2014, 12:48 AM
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SEAWOLVES WIN! SEAWOLVES WIN! SEAWOLVES WIN!!!

And congrats to Mantha on the shutout. He's worked hard this season.

AKSWF
11-23-2014, 01:27 AM
Well I can see more thought went into this. But I also feel like it took you the entire week to complete.

Was written in 10/20 minutes. I thrive on last minute work (take that as you will).

Good win, we needed it!

Alaska Hockey
11-23-2014, 01:49 AM
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SEAWOLVES WIN! SEAWOLVES WIN! SEAWOLVES WIN!!!

And congrats to Mantha on the shutout. He's worked hard this season.

Foil'd Up and got the job done...........nice win Seawolves

RaceBoarder
11-23-2014, 07:34 AM
Well, can't win them all :mad:

Honestly, I am content with 4 or more points on this trip... Alaska is never an easy place to play.... Hopefully the rough night doesn't hurt Dhalstrom's confidence...

Now onto polar bear who wants to blow up the world land...

Suze
11-23-2014, 10:31 AM
Well, can't win them all :mad:

Honestly, I am content with 4 or more points on this trip... Alaska is never an easy place to play.... Hopefully the rough night doesn't hurt Dhalstrom's confidence...

Now onto polar bear who wants to blow up the world land...

Good luck next weekend against UA_. Hopefully your team will go home with 6 points after that series!

Way to rebound Seawolves. I think part of the puzzle was getting that first goal and the guys feeling some confidence. I liked the line up changes, hopefully the coach stays with this one for a while. Have a great Thanksgiving everyone!

FloridaCat
11-23-2014, 10:37 AM
Quote Originally Posted by FloridaCat View Post

The feed from Anchorage last night was fine.

FloridaCat posted the above on the WCHA TV thread.
Nice that something we did last night was fine.

The feed from Saturday's game was horrible. It kept showing the Seawolves scoring. :eek:

Nice job UAA.

aparch
11-23-2014, 01:09 PM
Congrats to UAA for getting things turned around. Just wished they could have waited one more game. :p


As for Dahlstrom's streak...
Last night was 132:47 which included one shutout a piece over Ferris State and Alaska Anchorage. The front bookend to that streak was the OT Ferris State goal in game one of the series.

<strike>Last season, Dahlstrom made a 143:54 run at the record bookended by a 2-2 OT tie of Western Michigan, two shutouts of Alabama Huntsville, and then a Ferris State goal at 11:41 of the first. </strike> *This one has been revised, see below.

As for how difficult this streak is, here are the goaltenders who have made runs of approximately 130 minutes or more of consecutive shutout minutes:

Brian Stewart had a 141:54 run in the 08-09 season over four games (two vs MSU, two at tOSU).
Craig Kowalski had a 130:40 run in the 03-04 season over four games (at Notre Dame, home/home vs LSSU, at MTU)
Craig Kowalski had a 145.18 run in the 02-03 season over four games (home/home vs LSSU, two vs WMU)
Duane Hoey had his 160:50 run spanning two seasons (1998-99, 1999-2000) over five games (vs tOSU, mop-up duty vs Michigan, at MTU, at FSU, vs Clarkson) **This is in question, see below.

aparch
11-23-2014, 02:00 PM
So I was judging all this information off of the NMU website's official record, which still list Duane Hoey's record as 160:50 (http://www.nmuwildcats.com/sports/mice/records/Oct-2013/Records10-13.pdf)


Can someone double check the math, please?


On Dahlstrom's run last season, here were his games:
http://collegehockeystats.net/1314/boxes/mnmuwmu1.n10
Seven seconds of empty net in the third period.
10/10 vs WMU (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/2013/11/10/northern-michigan-vs-western-michigan/): Last WMU goal scored was at 7:13 of the second period. 12:47 of shutout minutes in the second. Third period = (20 minutes minus the seven seconds of empty net) 19:53. Five minutes of shutout OT. 5:00
11/22 (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/2013/11/22/alabama-huntsville-vs-northern-michigan/), 11/23 (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/2013/11/23/alabama-huntsville-vs-northern-michigan/): 60:00 of SHO and 59:52 of SHO versus Alabama Huntsville.
11/29 vs FSU (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/2013/11/29/ferris-state-vs-northern-michigan/): Then Ferris Scores 11:41 into the first period of the first game that series.
12:47+19:53+5:00+119:52+11:41 = 169:13


But... that made me want to re-check Duane Hoey's record. The box scores are sketchy, but he played:
2/12 vs tOSU (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/1999/02/12/ohio-state-vs-northern-michigan/): tOSU scored at 7:20 in the third. 12:40 of SHO after that.
3/6 vs Mich (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/1999/03/06/michigan-vs-northern-michigan/): Relief appearance. 9:27 of SHO.
10/9 at MTU (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/1999/10/09/northern-michigan-vs-michigan-tech/): 60:00 SHO
10/16 at FSU (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/1999/10/16/northern-michigan-vs-ferris-state/): 60:00 SHO
10/23 vs Clarkson (http://www.uscho.com/box/mens-hockey/1999/10/23/clarkson-vs-northern-michigan/): Clarkson scores 8:10 into the second period. 28:10 of SHO.
12:40+9:27+60+60+28:10 = 170:17

I do need someone to double check the 2/12/1999 box score for how many minutes Hoey played in the third. The box score shows both Hoey and Ragusett as playing both the second and third.

*edit* So, I think I figured out the 2/12 game. Ragusett started, and was pulled after tOSU's third goal at 2:43 in the second period (22:43). Duane Hoey then replaced him and was pulled after tOSU's sixth goal (third against Hoey) at 7:20 of the third period (24:37). Ragusett then completed the game with 12:40 of SHO.

So Duane Hoey's record doesn't actually start until March 6th against Michigan:
9:27+60+60+28:10 = 157:37

And Dahlstrom is the reigning NMU record holder with last season's streak of 169:13 (again, if my math is right).


And... the NMU record about Duane Hoey has been wrong for almost 15 years.