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owslachief
10-23-2009, 12:27 PM
Back the bus up!! I only show All-Access via Miami's web site on Saturday. Is it showing tonight somehow? (please say yes, please say yes... :) )

Otherwise, audio and gametracker for us. I'm hoping for a good game as I know that the Redhawks are VERY good and I think that the Spartans are much improved.

I can confirm this isn't showing up in AllAccess lineup. :mad:
I suppose if we took the 1.5 hour ride to Toledo and find a pub, they'd show ONN.

Arwen22266
10-23-2009, 01:15 PM
Looking forward to a great weekend of hockey. Helps ease the pain of having four tests next week.

Ouch. Good luck on exams!

puppet
10-23-2009, 06:26 PM
Is there audio for the game? free

aallenpollreisz
10-23-2009, 06:47 PM
Is there audio for the game? freespartansportsnetwork.com

broomball
10-23-2009, 08:09 PM
What happened with the 10 minute misconduct on Miami? I only have the game on gametracker.

RicoForPresident
10-23-2009, 08:52 PM
Really good hockey game tonight highlighted by some great goaltending on both sides. Props to MSU for that PP goal, rarely does the Miami PK get picked apart like that. Really looking forward to the second game tomorrow night.

aallenpollreisz
10-23-2009, 09:36 PM
What happened with the 10 minute misconduct on Miami? I only have the game on gametracker.From what I understand, Cannone was dinged for holding, and, following the penalty, he decided to reveal his thoughts about the call to one of the on-ice officials.

And obviously, the on-ice official didn't like that too much.

aallenpollreisz
10-23-2009, 09:38 PM
And while we're on the subject of penalties...

To my Spartans: STOP FACEWASHING! YOU'RE GOING TO GET DINGED FOR THAT S*** EVERY ****IN' TIME THIS SEASON! :mad:

That is all.

owslachief
10-23-2009, 09:57 PM
The first facewashing led to the fateful 5-on-3, did it not?

This moral victory kinda sucked. MSU dodged a lot of bullets and in the end didn't get enough chances. Miami's too good not to make them pay in the end. I was hoping for overtime, at least.

aallenpollreisz
10-23-2009, 10:08 PM
The first facewashing led to the fateful 5-on-3, did it not?Yep.

Grumble.

SweeneyHawksHockey
10-24-2009, 12:57 AM
Ouch. Good luck on exams!

Thank you very much. Pretty good game tonight boys. Go out and win another tomorrow.

redhawk95
10-24-2009, 09:02 AM
Mini game recap and other musings now posted at Jackets Required.

http://bit.ly/V6ltC

redeagle
10-24-2009, 10:22 AM
MSU did a nice job of keeping Miami to the outside, not letting them get it to the net too much in the first two periods, and definitely not giving Miami's forwards much room to dangle with it. Compared to the SCSU game, Miami had much less room. MSU looked good to me. It was a little sloppy, especially passing, at times, but MU got it to the net more in the third and had some chances--one finally paid off. Miami had some puck luck on the gamewinner, but there were some other rebounds that missed MU sticks. Goaltenders both played well, IMO. So far, I like what I've seen from Reichard this year. I'm a little uneasy about Knapp tonight after last weekend. I just don't see Miami getting a lot of goals against MSU. We'll see. Lively crowd last night. Don't know what it will be like tonight with that bicentennial thing going on.

owslachief
10-24-2009, 11:35 AM
MSU did a nice job of keeping Miami to the outside, not letting them get it to the net too much in the first two periods, and definitely not giving Miami's forwards much room to dangle with it. Compared to the SCSU game, Miami had much less room. MSU looked good to me. It was a little sloppy, especially passing, at times, but MU got it to the net more in the third and had some chances--one finally paid off. Miami had some puck luck on the gamewinner, but there were some other rebounds that missed MU sticks. Goaltenders both played well, IMO. So far, I like what I've seen from Reichard this year. I'm a little uneasy about Knapp tonight after last weekend. I just don't see Miami getting a lot of goals against MSU. We'll see. Lively crowd last night. Don't know what it will be like tonight with that bicentennial thing going on.

It sounded to me like MSU had some good opportunities, and top 4 wings got themselves in good position to shoot, but they didn't get good puckluck either. Couple times Gazely or Tropp had good looks but the puck hopped off or over their sticks.

But Miami rallied in the last couple minutes of 2nd period and State good too few opportunities in the third. Credit the RedHawks for clamping down from that point on. We didn't get past their blue line with quality possessions in that last period. Seemed like I repeatedly heard LoVerde covering the backend well everytime we chipped it in, or Miele was backchecking and intercepting.

I was satisfied with how we seemed to match Miami's level of play, but at the moment, MU's got a few more playmakers than we do. It's comforting to know that we have the potential to be a bit more crisp - especially on the road. But MSU's got to get it into their heads - like A.A.P. says - that putting your hand to an opponents facemask means an automatic two minutes. :rolleyes:

redhawkman10
10-24-2009, 01:14 PM
It sounded to me like MSU had some good opportunities, and top 4 wings got themselves in good position to shoot, but they didn't get good puckluck either. Couple times Gazely or Tropp had good looks but the puck hopped off or over their sticks.

But Miami rallied in the last couple minutes of 2nd period and State good too few opportunities in the third. Credit the RedHawks for clamping down from that point on. We didn't get past their blue line with quality possessions in that last period. Seemed like I repeatedly heard LoVerde covering the backend well everytime we chipped it in, or Miele was backchecking and intercepting.

I was satisfied with how we seemed to match Miami's level of play, but at the moment, MU's got a few more playmakers than we do. It's comforting to know that we have the potential to be a bit more crisp - especially on the road. But MSU's got to get it into their heads - like A.A.P. says - that putting your hand to an opponents facemask means an automatic two minutes. :rolleyes:

I think MSU showed what I expected. They have speed and talent. They are buying into Comley's system and I think is the reason why they played Miami tough. When you give up some ability the coach can make things a little closer. Now when this talent on MSU matures a little more and add Comley into the mix that is when you win titles like they did a few years back.

In the end, Cody Reichard was the difference he made a couple big saves to keep Miami in it, including a penalty shot and two breakaways. I expect another good one tonight and will be in the building for this one.

puppet
10-24-2009, 01:45 PM
I believe tonight's game is on Comcast TV ch 900

RicoForPresident
10-24-2009, 09:50 PM
Another good game tonight. Gritty effort by Miami to rally in the 3rd, but that was a heck of an OT tally by I believe Forfar? Correct me if I'm wrong.

Also, congrats to Jarod Palmer on becoming Miami's newest member of the 100 point club. Well deserved by a good guy.

Pirateasaurus
10-24-2009, 09:50 PM
Well i am in ultra disappointed mode after our football team grabbed defeat out of the jaws of what would have been the biggest victory in years just now so i will n ot say much but i am very pleased to see that we pulled this one out. Looks like we were outworked a little bit but hey, 3 points.

STATEdude3
10-24-2009, 09:56 PM
I will admit that I was too wrapped up in the football game to focus on hockey tonight, but this is a great win. Giving up the 2 goal lead after 2 is a little concerning, but given the opponent I am extremely satisfied with the end result.

I think these teams will both represent the CCHA well this season.

Arwen22266
10-24-2009, 10:03 PM
Another good game tonight. Gritty effort by Miami to rally in the 3rd, but that was a heck of an OT tally by I believe Forfar? Correct me if I'm wrong.

Also, congrats to Jarod Palmer on becoming Miami's newest member of the 100 point club. Well deserved by a good guy.

Andrew Rowe, actually. Not tough to confuse No. 6 with No. 8, so you are forgiven :D