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  • walrus
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    Re: Maine Off Season 2011

    Originally posted by rufus View Post
    Any takers on whether PC finishes higher than Maine next year?
    Is Leaman their coach?

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  • BoSox3066
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    With zero knowledge of what PC has coming back Id say i doubt it based on talent. Course we saw what that stands for this winter. Maine may have a better HC than Northeastern if Cronin ends up banned for a year.

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  • rufus
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    Any takers on whether PC finishes higher than Maine next year?

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  • Ma#1ne Hky
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    Originally posted by rufus View Post
    Well, jury's still out on Bazin, and Toot might give him a run for his money, but looks like Maine will have the worst head coach out of all the HE teams next season.

    You snooze, you lose. And with TIMMAY, you can expect plenty of the latter next year.
    Bazin to UML,Leaman to Providence and lets hope NEXT YEAR at this time you hear,Fill in the blank named NEW coach at UMaine....

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  • rufus
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    Well, jury's still out on Bazin, and Toot might give him a run for his money, but looks like Maine will have the worst head coach out of all the HE teams next season.

    You snooze, you lose. And with TIMMAY, you can expect plenty of the latter next year.
    Last edited by rufus; 04-22-2011, 03:26 PM.

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  • Ma#1ne Hky
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    Re: Maine Off Season 2011

    Originally posted by BoSox3066 View Post
    As scott sandelin is named a world jr assistnat coach, is it worth mention that Tim Whitehead never had a usa hockey opportunity, even in the frozen four days? Lend credence to any of the tales that he doesnt play well with others, or mere coincidence?
    Good point.

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  • BoSox3066
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    As scott sandelin is named a world jr assistnat coach, is it worth mention that Tim Whitehead never had a usa hockey opportunity, even in the frozen four days? Lend credence to any of the tales that he doesnt play well with others, or mere coincidence?

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  • Fishman'81
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    Originally posted by boblav1 View Post
    Bazin started his coaching career as an assistant coach under Tim at Lowell
    Hamilton is just down the road from me,and I go there for games regularly.They certainly exceeded expectations this season by a country mile.(And,BTW,they don't play a tentative game over there.)

    I'm very interested to see how Bazin fares at the D-1 level.Perhaps he will open some eyes,re: the D-1 coaching merry-go-round.

    I've seen a few coaches in D-3 who I believe could move Maine up a notch or two.Some guys in D-3 have had amazing results with pretty much no resources available.That division is worth a look.
    Last edited by Fishman'81; 04-21-2011, 03:25 AM.

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  • boblav1
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    Originally posted by Runsub5 View Post
    According to USCHO, UMass-Lowell will be hiring Norm Bazin who currently coaches Hamilton. Tim counciled Hamilton when they conducted their search in hiring Bazin a few years ago. Looks like Tim provided good advice on how to conduct a search. Bazin has a very good resume. Interesting that the RiverHawks may hire a coach without Division 1 head coaching experience, but has proved himself in Division 3 and as an assistant in D1.
    Bazin started his coaching career as an assistant coach under Tim at Lowell

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  • Runsub5
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    According to USCHO, UMass-Lowell will be hiring Norm Bazin who currently coaches Hamilton. Tim counciled Hamilton when they conducted their search in hiring Bazin a few years ago. Looks like Tim provided good advice on how to conduct a search. Bazin has a very good resume. Interesting that the RiverHawks may hire a coach without Division 1 head coaching experience, but has proved himself in Division 3 and as an assistant in D1.

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  • BassAle
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    Re: Maine Off Season 2011

    Originally posted by sandiegoblkbr View Post
    has TIMMAY ever won a conference title?
    yup, 2004 (I think) vs UMass. Ben Murphy scored in triple overtime to win 2-1

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  • rufus
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    Soooooo......................, looks like there might be a head coach position opening at TIMMAY's alma mater. I say he should go for it.

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  • MEbear
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    Originally posted by rufus View Post
    Looking at the front page of USCHO, at least one school's administration isn't willing to settle for mediocrity in their hockey program. TIMMAY, send them your resume, tell about all the final fours, and the Penrose, really sell it.
    ...and I know of a couple of hundred great recommendations he could get from well established members of the local community. The more I think about this, Clarkson-Whitehead has a really nice ring to it!

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  • sandiegoblkbr
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    Originally posted by rufus View Post
    Looking at the front page of USCHO, at least one school's administration isn't willing to settle for mediocrity in their hockey program. TIMMAY, send them your resume, tell about all the final fours, and the Penrose, really sell it.
    LOL.....was thinking the same thing. The guy even won an ECAC title (has TIMMAY ever won a conference title?). Would love to see Montgomery get a shot........that would sell out the CCCC next season!

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  • Hoover
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    Originally posted by Pucknut View Post
    Usually a partial schedule comes out around the time of the banquet that is two and a half weeks away. We do know that the Bears host UNO at home, Clarkson at Portland and travel to the Ralph for a couple with Sioux.
    Thanks Pucknut!

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