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AspyDad
01-30-2011, 01:34 PM
I would note to all my fellow posters that Coach Appert and his young gentlemen are working the telethon to benefit the Center for Disablity Services in Albany between 6-7pm tonight. We are competing against that other team from the Capital District for donations. My beautiful six year old son has received services from this wonderful facility and it's caring staff in his courageous battle against autism. Troyboy and I are giving some spare change and I ask you consider this wonderful cause. I have linked to the info below. God bless, AD.
http://www.rpiathletics.com/news/2011/1/26/MHOCK_0126110401.aspx

Jasma
01-30-2011, 02:12 PM
Congrats on the win guys, York stood on his head and Rondeau had his worst game of the season. Quite a show at the HFH tonight, nice community get together. I have to agree with the RPI radio announcers that Yale basically dominated play and RPI stole this one, gonna be a fun home stretch.

Hope the player that was cut is OK. Knotty Pine is an outstanding establishment, now i just have to find an easier way from West Haven to Troy, the Taconic is quite dark at night.:eek:

I used to make that trip a lot. Route 69 to Route 8 north, to Route 20 west to I-90 West to I-787 North.

LTsatch
01-30-2011, 02:31 PM
I used to make that trip a lot. Route 69 to Route 8 north, to Route 20 west to I-90 West to I-787 North.

I had in mind to take the NYS Thruway all the way back, but it was loaded with cops and traffic, ended doing the Taconic to 84 to 34, the route above is certainly the best, unless it snows, beautiful stretch between Winsted and Lee. I wish I was coming back to Albany for the conference playoffs, Atlantic City makes no sense to me.

Wholin1
01-30-2011, 02:32 PM
I would note to all my fellow posters that Coach Appert and his young gentlemen are working the telethon to benefit the Center for Disablity Services in Albany between 6-7pm tonight. We are competing against that other team from the Capital District for donations. My beautiful six year old son has received services from this wonderful facility and it's caring staff in his courageous battle against autism. Troyboy and I are giving some spare change and I ask you consider this wonderful cause. I have linked to the info below. God bless, AD.
http://www.rpiathletics.com/news/2011/1/26/MHOCK_0126110401.aspx
Agreed, the Center is a jewel in our community. Best wishes to your son. I'm heading over there now to see the Union boys and drop off a check. I'll be leaving before that other team shows up. ;). Actually, I'm really proud of the commitment to the community which our student athletes and coaches are making.

Ralph Baer
01-30-2011, 03:40 PM
Yale Daily News article about their loss in Capital Country [sic]. http://www.yaledailynews.com/news/2011/jan/30/m-hockey-another-loss-yale/

jsander4
01-30-2011, 03:45 PM
First BRFO in a long while i was not able to attend, quite a shame considering how great it was! Was there a giveaway? Didn't see anything in anyones hands in the stands.

LTsatch
01-30-2011, 03:48 PM
Red RPI fleece gloves, the girl tried to hand them to me and I thought it was a noise maker, so i declined. If I had known what it was i would have grabbed a pair and given them to an RPI fan, nice gesture for the fans.

jstadts
01-30-2011, 03:54 PM
First BRFO in a long while i was not able to attend, quite a shame considering how great it was! Was there a giveaway? Didn't see anything in anyones hands in the stands.
Soft red cloves. Slightly different shade of red than the knit hat given out a few years back.

RHamilton
01-30-2011, 04:17 PM
One of my favorite moments of last night:

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Waite21
01-30-2011, 07:47 PM
Stupid question from an RPI fan living too far away to make the trip to Troy.

Does RPI normally wear their red sweaters at home? Or did they do so only on this occasion because it was the Big Red Freakout?

GRussinko
01-30-2011, 07:51 PM
Stupid question from an RPI fan living too far away to make the trip to Troy.

Does RPI normally wear their red sweaters at home? Or did they do so only on this occasion because it was the Big Red Freakout?

They do it specifically for Freakout.

rvd5star69
01-30-2011, 08:24 PM
bergin hopes to be back in two weeks. He was on crutches last night.

DrDemento
01-30-2011, 08:34 PM
bergin hopes to be back in two weeks. He was on crutches last night.

That is not the best of news-had hoped he could be back in the line up for this road trip. He and Bailin add a lot of offense from the back line.

Red Cloud
01-30-2011, 09:38 PM
That is not the best of news-had hoped he could be back in the line up for this road trip. He and Bailin add a lot of offense from the back line.

I'll wait to hear it from a reliable source.

rvd5star69
01-30-2011, 09:47 PM
ok red cloud u idiot. you want me to record him saying that.... or take a picture for you

Red Cloud
01-30-2011, 09:50 PM
ok red cloud u idiot. you want me to record him saying that.... or take a picture for you

How about you start with gaining a grasp on the English language first and work from there?

hockeyhound
01-30-2011, 11:43 PM
You are so right. As excited as I am to have this big win-I have seen Princeton play this year and they are no picnic. Next weekend will be especially tough if we have any sort of let down. And let's not forget-we outscored Yale but it sure did not sound much like we beat Yale. They seemed to have no trouble bringing the puck up and setting up camp in our end. York made several outstanding saves and Yale just flat out missed some opportunities. On paper we won, but let's face it, Yale is the real deal.

Will be thinking about you sitting in that nearly empty rink next weekend Doc...RPI fans sure to outnumber the Tigers fans...gonna be in Vegas for Superbowl weekend and you know who I am cheering for...in both games.

hockeyhound
01-30-2011, 11:45 PM
How about you start with gaining a grasp on the English language first and work from there?

Some things never change in this world hey RPI Red...nice to see you and Ralph still pounding away here...everything good with you?

Ralph Baer
01-31-2011, 12:23 AM
Some things never change in this world hey RPI Red...nice to see you and Ralph still pounding away here...everything good with you?

A voice from the past. :)

Yep, still pounding away. Things are generally fine here.


Will be thinking about you sitting in that nearly empty rink next weekend Doc...RPI fans sure to outnumber the Tigers fans...gonna be in Vegas for Superbowl weekend and you know who I am cheering for...in both games.

I didn't know that the Edmonton Eskimos were playing. :p

fr joe
01-31-2011, 12:34 AM
Hey, 'Hound, good to hear from you. How is Mrs. and your family? And how sharp is that keen eye for hockey these days?