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  • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

    One last one for SLU: Terry Slater 167 points in just 3 years. My father would lose it if he wasn't at least listed in the SLU greatest list.
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    • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

      In conjunction with this thread, I have created polls where you can select which program you follow. This will be used when doing the voting for each program's Mount Rushmore.

      For example, I follow North Dakota. In the poll to select which 4 people will represent North Dakota, my vote will be given more weight than a Minnesota fan's vote. Likewise, if I vote in the Minnesota poll, my vote will not count as much as that Minnesota fan's vote. This will allow anyone to vote in any of the polls, but will also give more weight to the fans of that specific program.

      You can "sign up" to follow more than 1 team, but then your vote's weight will be divided by the number of programs that you follow.

      The polls for which program you follow will be open for the next 31 days, and are located in the polls section of the Men's D-1 thread.

      EDIT: Here are the links to the three polls (can't do 1 poll with all 59 programs)

      Poll #1 - Air Force - Denver
      http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...r-Force-Denver

      Poll #2 - Ferris State - North Dakota
      http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...e-North-Dakota

      Poll #3 - Northeastern - Yale
      http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...theastern-Yale
      Last edited by Fighting Sioux 23; 06-19-2012, 11:49 AM.
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      • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

        Maine additions:

        Chris Imes
        Bob Corkum
        Jimmy Howard
        Last edited by Neegs; 06-19-2012, 11:53 AM.

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        • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

          Two final additions for Clarkson:

          Wally Easton (2-time All-America goalie in late 1920s) and Bill Munro (3.53 points per game)

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          • Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
            In conjunction with this thread, I have created polls where you can select which program you follow. This will be used when doing the voting for each program's Mount Rushmore.

            For example, I follow North Dakota. In the poll to select which 4 people will represent North Dakota, my vote will be given more weight than a Minnesota fan's vote. Likewise, if I vote in the Minnesota poll, my vote will not count as much as that Minnesota fan's vote. This will allow anyone to vote in any of the polls, but will also give more weight to the fans of that specific program.

            You can "sign up" to follow more than 1 team, but then your vote's weight will be divided by the number of programs that you follow.

            The polls for which program you follow will be open for the next 31 days, and are located in the polls section of the Men's D-1 thread.

            EDIT: Here are the links to the three polls (can't do 1 poll with all 59 programs)

            Poll #1 - Air Force - Denver
            http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...r-Force-Denver

            Poll #2 - Ferris State - North Dakota
            http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...e-North-Dakota

            Poll #3 - Northeastern - Yale
            http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...theastern-Yale
            Once again, another awesome idea and fun exercise to pass the offseason.

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            • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

              To get Clarkson to 19 I would add Bruce Bullock and Steve Warr
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              • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
                In the poll to select which 4 people will represent [each school]

                Okay, so Mt. Rushmore has 4, and at the same time, maybe you want to entertain an optional 5th slot under certain circumstances?


                In some cases you are combining administrators and donors with coaches and players. Maybe have 4 votes solely for the coaches and players, and an optional fifth that only applies in some cases to administrators and donors ?

                In other words, in some cases, you are picking the top 4 in the program's history, while in other cases, there would not even be a program at all if it were not for one outstanding individual. Why conflate the two? have the vote be for the top 4 in program history while having a 5th spot only for those programs that needed someone to start /revive them?


                For example, even though Penn State doesn't have a team yet, they already have one person on their Mt.Rushmore, Terry Pegula.

                Basically, what I am trying to suggest is that the vote for 4 be for the top 4 in program history, once the program has started (or been revived), with a special additional place for people like Terry Pegula or RPI President Houston, who brought the program back yet wasn't much of a figure in program history after that one essential initial step.
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                • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                  Originally posted by FreshFish View Post
                  Okay, so Mt. Rushmore has 4, and at the same time, maybe you want to entertain an optional 5th slot under certain circumstances?


                  In some cases you are combining administrators and donors with coaches and players. Maybe have 4 votes solely for the coaches and players, and an optional fifth that only applies in some cases to administrators and donors ?

                  In other words, in some cases, you are picking the top 4 in the program's history, while in other cases, there would not even be a program at all if it were not for one outstanding individual. Why conflate the two? have the vote be for the top 4 in program history while having a 5th spot only for those programs that needed someone to start /revive them?


                  For example, even though Penn State doesn't have a team yet, they already have one person on their Mt.Rushmore, Terry Pegula.

                  Basically, what I am trying to suggest is that the vote for 4 be for the top 4 in program history, once the program has started (or been revived), with a special additional place for people like Terry Pegula or RPI President Houston, who brought the program back yet wasn't much of a figure in program history after that one essential initial step.
                  I think the fun thing is that everyone will have their own criteria for how they select their 4. Ultimately, we'll see how everything shakes out, but I don't think I would select 5 for a Mount Rushmore.
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                  • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                    If we're going to include donors, Harold Alfond could go on Maine's list. There simply isn't a program without the cash he poured into the coffers. He's a version of Terry Pegula, except he didn't single-handedly destroy college hockey

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                    • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                      Great idea for the off-season FS23.
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                      • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                        I also Nominate Wayne "beanpot" Turner for Northeastern http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Wa...nerBeanpot.jpg

                        pretty stiff competition though.
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                        • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                          Originally posted by GoldenBear View Post
                          One last one for SLU: Terry Slater 167 points in just 3 years. My father would lose it if he wasn't at least listed in the SLU greatest list.
                          And he'd be right.

                          Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
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                          Hope I'm not being too picky, but I believe it's actually Gray Weicker, not Gary.

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                          • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                            Originally posted by TimU View Post
                            Hope I'm not being too picky, but I believe it's actually Gray Weicker, not Gary.
                            You would be correct. My memory is failing me
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                            • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                              Originally posted by Nick Papagiorgio View Post
                              If we project current guys out into the next 20+ years, I think we should nominate future NHL HOFer Luke Curadi for RPI as well.
                              If Luke were there, there wouldn't be room for anyone else.
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                              • Re: Your program's Mount Rushmore

                                Nominees to start Air Force's list: Eric Ehn, Tim Kirby, Jacques Lamoureux - Hobey finalists. Coach Frank Serratore. Maybe Vic Heyliger? Chuck Delich - all time scorer?
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