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Tiggsy
11-16-2011, 10:14 AM
These Brady Bunch watching, has been, goon bags are living in the past Euro.



We can live in the present too. That #1 ranking and top of the standings sure help us out with that.

SanTropez
11-16-2011, 10:18 AM
Aww poor brokeback or I mean bronzeback has his feelings hurt by us mean Gopher fans on the interwebs, oh the humanity.

Bronzebacks
11-16-2011, 10:22 AM
Aww poor brokeback or I mean bronzeback has his feelings hurt by us mean Gopher fans on the interwebs, oh the humanity.

Hey Sandy, Lets meet in the same place so you can suck it again. Pretty little mouth. Can't wait.

SCSU Euro
11-16-2011, 10:31 AM
We can live in the present too. That #1 ranking and top of the standings sure help us out with that.

Yes it does, very good. Then talk about your CURRENT team, I'm just sick of you guys talking **** about good Vanek, Leopold and Kessel were/are. Here, here's something you can use about this upcoming weekend: Patterson has a save percentage of .974 and a 0.69 GAA against SCSU.

Now talk about people who're gonna be skating this weekend. And I'm certainly far from the PC police, but turning a thread into Penn State and gay jokes is lamer than the verbal diarrhea we were subjected through last week's Gopher-Badger drivel.

JDUBBS1280
11-16-2011, 10:37 AM
Yes it does, very good. Then talk about your CURRENT team, I'm just sick of you guys talking **** about good Vanek, Leopold and Kessel were/are. Here, here's something you can use about this upcoming weekend: Patterson has a save percentage of .974 and a 0.69 GAA against SCSU.

Now talk about people who're gonna be skating this weekend. And I'm certainly far from the PC police, but turning a thread into Penn State and gay jokes is lamer than the verbal diarrhea we were subjected through last week's Gopher-Badger drivel.

Wow. I knew Patterson has played well against you guys, but not that well. That reinforces my opinion that goaltending and special teams are going to be the deciding factors this weekend.

Tiggsy
11-16-2011, 10:39 AM
Yes it does, very good. Then talk about your CURRENT team, I'm just sick of you guys talking **** about good Vanek, Leopold and Kessel were/are. Here, here's something you can use about this upcoming weekend: Patterson has a save percentage of .974 and a 0.69 GAA against SCSU.

Now talk about people who're gonna be skating this weekend. And I'm certainly far from the PC police, but turning a thread into Penn State and gay jokes is lamer than the verbal diarrhea we were subjected through last week's Gopher-Badger drivel.

But it's not Thursday yet. Are we allowed to do that?

JDUBBS1280
11-16-2011, 10:40 AM
From GopherSports.com


Minnesota vs. St. Cloud State: Minnesota and St. Cloud will renew their in-state rivalry this weekend with their 19th all-time home-and-home series. After the Gophers swept SCSU in six games in 2008-09 and the Huskies took both 2009-10 meetings, the teams split two games at Mariucci Arena last season. Minnesota holds a 48-26-12 edge in the all-time series, which started in 1990. In home-and-home series in which the Huskies host the first game, UM is 10-6-2 in the first game and 11-3-4 in the weekend finale. Minnesota will host St. Cloud on Jan. 27 and will finish the regular-season series against the SCSU at the National Hockey Center the following night.

About The Huskies: St. Cloud State started the 2010-11 season as the nation's fourth-ranked team, but dropped out of the polls quickly after a 5-11-2 start. The Huskies got back in the race with a 10-4-4 finish to the regular season, but they bowed out in the first round of the WCHA playoffs after losing a heartbreaking triple-overtime decision against eventual national champion Minnesota Duluth. This year, SCSU struggled in its first four games but has improved since, going 4-2-2 in its last eight games. Overall, the team is 5-5-2 with a 3-2-1 ledger in the WCHA (seventh place). The Huskies are 2-0-2 at home and have won both of their Friday night games at the National Hockey Center. St. Cloud State has been led by 2009 Minnesota Mr. Hockey finalist Ben Hanowski with 13 points (7g-6a). Captain Drew LeBlanc is next on the list with 12 points (2g-10a), but he will be out several months with a leg injury he suffered against Wisconsin two weeks ago. Nick Jensen leads SCSU defensemen with eight points (1g-7a). With standout goaltender Mike Lee also out with a long-term injury, freshman Ryan Faragher has taken the reigns in net and has been impressive. He has a 2.43 goals-against average and .925 save percentage. He is 3-3-1 in seven starts so far and has a 44-save shutout win at North Dakota under his belt.

SanTropez
11-16-2011, 10:41 AM
Hey Sandy, Lets meet in the same place so you can suck it again. Pretty little mouth. Can't wait.

I'll pass,you must have me confused with your boyfriend again brokeback, sorry to disappoint you.

Edit: I know that video I posted yesterday got you all hot and bothered but try to contain yourself.

scsutommyboy
11-16-2011, 10:48 AM
It is good to see the same losers from a decade ago are still posting the same crap now. :eek: The only thing missing is Husky Fan Roy and Handyman fighting over who is the biggest dork.:p

Goofer fans might as well buy up all the tickets since all the Knuckle head locals in St. Cloud have jumped off the bandwagon. Lots of tickets left people if you want to go to the game.:(

JDUBBS1280
11-16-2011, 10:49 AM
Road Trip: Minnesota is in the midst of playing five of six games on the road. They won and lost last weekend at Wisconsin and play a home-and-home series this weekend against St. Cloud State before traveling to Michigan State for two games. The last time Minnesota played five of six games on the road was during the 2009-10 season when they did it twice. They were 4-2-0 (Nov. 27-Dec. 12) and 1-5-0 (Jan. 22-Feb. 13) during the six-game stretches.

Road Tough: Minnesota's 3-1 setback on Friday was its first loss on the road this year. The Gophers bounced back with a 4-1 win on Saturday and are now 5-1-0 on the road. Minnesota is 12-5-3 in its last 20 road games dating back to the start of last season. The Gophers are off to their best road start since the 2006-07 season when they opened 5-0-1 on the road (sweeps at Ohio State and Minnesota Duluth and a tie at St. Cloud State). That year, Minnesota was 8-0-1 on the road before suffering a 2-1 loss on Jan. 12, 2007, at Wisconsin.

WCHA Points: The Gophers are 7-1-0 in the WCHA and have 14 points. The last time Minnesota had 14 league points after eight games was the 2006-07 season. That year the Gophers were 6-0-2 after eight league games (sweeps of Colorado College, Minnesota Duluth and Wisconsin and two ties against St. Cloud State). Last year, Minnesota reached 14 WCHA points on Dec. 12, 2010, with a 2-2 tie against Minnesota Duluth (14th WCHA game of the season). The last time Minnesota won seven of its first eight league games was the 1990-91 season (started 7-0-1 in WCHA play that year).

Scoring Goals, Not Allowing Goals: The Gophers have outscored their opponents 53-20 this season. The Gophers have the second-best offense in the nation, as they are averaging 4.42 goals-per-game (Colorado College, who has played five less games, is averaging 4.43). Minnesota's defense is the fourth-best in the country allowing only 1.67 goals-per-game (Merrimack first at 1.33, Yale second at 1.50 and Ferris State third at 1.58).

Five Shutouts For Patterson: Goaltender Kent Patterson has five shutouts this season. His most recent was on Nov. 4 against North Dakota (24 saves in 2-0 win). Patterson is tied with Robb Stauber with five shutouts (1987-88 season) in a season, which is the most in program history. Patterson is 10-2-0 and has a 1.66 goals-against average and a .935 save percentage this year. He was named national player of the month for October.

Team Defense: Minnesota has allowed 29 or fewer shots in 10 of its 12 games this year and is 8-2-0 in those games. In 36 games last year the Gophers allowed 29 or fewer shots in 13 games. Minnesota held Vermont (17 shots on Oct. 21), North Dakota (19 shots on Nov. 5) and Wisconsin (14 shots on Nov. 12) to under 20 shots in games this year. The Gophers did not do that once last year. The last time Minnesota gave up 14 shots or less was March 11, 2007 when Alaska Anchorage took 12 shots in a 3-1 Gopher win.

Scoring First: Minnesota has scored the first goal of the game 10 times in 12 games this season. The Gophers are 9-1-0 when they score first (lone loss was 5-4 against Vermont on Oct. 23) and 1-1 when their opponent scores first (5-4 win at Minnesota Duluth on Oct. 15 and 3-1 loss at Wisconsin on Nov. 11).

Scoring Last: The Gophers have scored a goal in the final minute of regulation in five of 12 games this year and only one of those goals was an empty-net goal (Kyle Rau shorthanded at Alaska Anchorage on Oct. 29). The Gophers have a goal in the final five minutes of regulation seven times this year.

GWGs: Taylor Matson scored the game-winning goal at Wisconsin last Saturday. It was the first game-winner scored by an upperclassman this year. Freshmen have combined for five game-winning goals (Kyle Rau has four and Sam Warning has one). Sophomores have combined for four game-winning goals (Nate Condon has two, while Erik Haula and Nick Bjugstad each have one).*

Three-Goal Periods: Minnesota scored three third-period goals to pull away from Wisconsin in a 4-1 win last Saturday. It was the fifth time this year that the Gophers had scored at least three goals in one period. Minnesota scored four goals in the second and third periods against Sacred Heart on Oct. 7 (9-0 win) and scored three goals in the first and second periods against Vermont on Oct. 21 (6-0 win).

Once Every 20 Minutes: The Gophers have played 37 periods of hockey this year (counting the overtime at Minnesota Duluth on Oct. 15) and have scored in 30 of them. Last Friday (3-1 loss at Wisconsin) was the first game this year that the Gophers failed to score in more than one period of play. Minnesota did not score in the first or second period last Friday. Prior to last Friday, the Gophers had previously scored in all 13 road period this year, including overtime at Minnesota Duluth.

Super Sophomores: Minnesota has been paced by its sophomore class this season. The Gophers have combined for 137 points (53g-84a) and 80 of those points (30g-50a) have come from the sophomore class. Three of Minnesota's top four scorers are sophomores. Leading the sophomore class is Erik Haula with 18 points (7g-11a). Nick Bjugstad has 16 points (9g-7a) and is followed by Nate Schmidt (13 points), Zach Budish (11 points), Nate Condon (10 points), Justin Holl (5 points), Mark Alt (5 points) and Tom Serratore (2 points). Jake Parenteau is the only sophomore who has played a game who has yet to register a point this year.*

No Help Needed: Minnesota has six unassisted goals this year and three of them are from Nate Condon. The sophomore had unassisted goals at Wisconsin (Nov. 12), at Alaska Anchorage (Oct. 29 and at Minnesota Duluth (Oct. 15). Nick Bjugstad has two unassisted goals this year and Kyle Rau has one.

gopher wes
11-16-2011, 10:50 AM
**** all of you rodents! (Except Wes, he likes to fish and we are friends). Huskies Sweep! 6-4 & 3-1.
Be careful, man. Saying we are friends may get you a bad rep with the Gopher fans(some of the Gopher fans don't even like me:eek:).:p

willythekid
11-16-2011, 10:51 AM
excellent analysis jdubbs

JDUBBS1280
11-16-2011, 10:53 AM
excellent analysis jdubbs

Just copied and pasted from GopherSports.

goldy_331
11-16-2011, 10:54 AM
excellent analysis jdubbs

Yep, he can copy/paste with the best! ;)

Pretty sure it's gophersports.com.

willythekid
11-16-2011, 10:54 AM
say it ain't so

gopher wes
11-16-2011, 10:54 AM
This thread is ridic. lol!

Cloud fans, please understand that tArrogance deal is meant in fun......by most of us. Please don't take it too seriously. I can't speak for Bakunin, though, as he continues to make an *** of himself. I agree with Stauber, that dude is taking it to a whole different level. Seriously looking forward to this series!:D

JDUBBS1280
11-16-2011, 10:56 AM
Yep, he can copy/paste with the best! ;)

Pretty sure it's gophersports.com.

Yep. That's why it was prefaced with "From GopherSports.com" ;)

goldy_331
11-16-2011, 10:58 AM
Yep. That's why it was prefaced with "From GopherSports.com" ;)

Your first post was, the second was not.

gopher wes
11-16-2011, 10:59 AM
Yep. That's why it was prefaced with "From GopherSports.com" ;)
It was prertty tough to find seeing as you had it bolded and everything at the beginning of your post.:rolleyes:

JDUBBS1280
11-16-2011, 11:00 AM
It was prertty tough to find seeing as you had it bolded and everything at the beginning of your post.:rolleyes:

Maybe looker closer and don't rush to judgement?

Oh, that's right. That's your M.O. :rolleyes: