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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by schiegs View Post
    There are a total of 7 tickets (ex-wheelchair spaces) left on the Bentley bench side of the ice for the Harvard game. In fact, just eye-balling the ticket system I would guess there might be 200 tickets left in total. Those of you sitting back thinking, "Maybe I'll go. I'll just buy tickets at the window on game-day" may want to reconsider. I see a sell-out coming.
    Amazing! Did Hahvad sell out any games last season?

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  • schiegs
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    There are a total of 7 tickets (ex-wheelchair spaces) left on the Bentley bench side of the ice for the Harvard game. In fact, just eye-balling the ticket system I would guess there might be 200 tickets left in total. Those of you sitting back thinking, "Maybe I'll go. I'll just buy tickets at the window on game-day" may want to reconsider. I see a sell-out coming.
    Last edited by schiegs; 10-15-2012, 02:48 PM.

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  • eXcSports
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    We'll be doing audio and video tomorrow night. Video is available through America One for a fee; audio runs concurrently for no charge. I'll have full details tomorrow when I post the link, etc.

    No idea about Michigan. I'm not going out there, at least.

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  • RIT Winters
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    Originally posted by Snively65 View Post
    If you mean audio/video stream for the game in Ann Arbor, check out the Michigan thread, as there was discussion about a possible video feed for the recent RIT games.
    I don't believe there are any more Michigan hockey games on the Big10 sports network, which is the stream that showed RIT's Thursday (but not Friday) game in Ann Arbor. It was $10 for a full month access and you couldn't buy single games.

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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by Humanoid View Post
    LESS THAN 48 HOURS AWAY!!!! CANT WAIT!!!!

    Any word yet on the audio/video stream for the game?
    If you mean audio/video stream for the game in Ann Arbor, check out the Michigan thread, as there was discussion about a possible video feed for the recent RIT games.

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  • Humanoid
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    LESS THAN 48 HOURS AWAY!!!! CANT WAIT!!!!

    Any word yet on the audio/video stream for the game?

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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by streaker View Post
    Michigan's attention now focuses on the Falcons. I'll trade any insights this week if there is anything new.
    Hey, Streaker. I just checked to see if any cheap airfares have come up between Boston and DTW, but no luck. So, I will listen on the radio. In the meatime, our first game is this Tuesday night when he host Sacred Heart. So, I am sure that will be plenty of activity on this thread after that game.

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  • streaker
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    Michigan's attention now focuses on the Falcons. I'll trade any insights this week if there is anything new.

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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by eXcSports View Post
    The last preview is on the Goalies this year as we go position-by-position.

    http://excalibursportspage.com/2012/...-file-goalies/
    Enjoyed your recent articles, Dan.

    See you at the JAR on Tuesday night.

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  • Humanoid
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    Originally posted by FalconsNest View Post
    We have sold 743 student tickets for the Harvard game. No thats not a typo. 743. Get ready to get rowdy. GO Falcons.
    WOW! That is amazing. I think it's about time Bentley stopped taking heat for not having "real fans" or being a "real program." I hope the administration gets the message and gets the drumbeat going for an on campus rink. This is the type of support hockey can get!

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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by FalconsNest View Post
    We have sold 743 student tickets for the Harvard game. No thats not a typo. 743. Get ready to get rowdy. GO Falcons.
    That is fantastic! Bright only seats about 2800, so you should have no problem outshouting the Hahvad fans. :-)

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  • FalconsNest
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    We have sold 743 student tickets for the Harvard game. No thats not a typo. 743. Get ready to get rowdy. GO Falcons.

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  • Humanoid
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    Rough night for the AHA so far:

    SHU got pummeled by Providence, 8-2.
    Michigan exacted revenge, 7-2 with time remaining
    AIC coughed up a 3rd period lead against Penn State!
    And UConn got smashed by UMass, 4-1.

    In all fairness, I'd have loved to have seen Bentley play UML tomorrow, but with the way things are going, I'll take a rain check. I wonder how the River Hawks did tonight against Vermont knowing they don't have big, bad Bentley tomorrow night

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  • eXcSports
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    The last preview is on the Goalies this year as we go position-by-position.

    http://excalibursportspage.com/2012/...-file-goalies/

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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by streaker View Post
    True on your first point, not so sure on your second. RIT gets credit for overcoming their own sloppy play in the first period. They forced the play and our defense and goaltending was subpar in the last 41 minutes of the game. The SOG alone were an indication of the pressure that Michigan exerted offensively. Credit RIT for stealing the momentum and winning the game, but I doubt that they were better prepared. Hungrier? Maybe. Emotion is a tough thing to recover once a team relaxes on a lead and suffers from the lapses Michigan did. I thought for sure after the 3rd RIT goal that Berenson would yank Rutledge.He was fighting easy shots all game and never looked comfortable. Losing is losing, no matter who it is to. In that regard, I would say that you are insulting your conference, when it fact you shouldn't be. The Appy St thing is a poor example. That was a lower Div team that was a NC and had D1 talent. They weren't Savannah state. Luckily that Michigan team also sent out LC out by beating Florida, who happened to win the NC the following year. So, poke fun all you want. It's early. I gave another example in the game thread that was more appropriate regarding Niagara in 1998.



    The game is actually Friday, and there will probably be lineup changes, although that is limited since 3 of the 5 players that were scratched last night for Michigan are injured. The other is a walk on goaltender that won't see the ice unless there are a rash of injuries to the netminders. That leaves a sophomore forward that may be inserted for a senior forward- both 4th line checking types- unless one or both the injured freshmen can play. I can almost say with confidence that there will be a different goaltender in tonight.

    As far as RPI, that is a stretch also. The conference strength should more than offset our OOC schedule. It's never good to lose, especially the way they lost last night, but today is a new day.

    Good stuff, Streaker. I was hoping that the Tigers would soften up the Wolverines, but not get them too mad before the Falcons travel to AA next weekend.

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