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  • Patronick
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    Originally posted by Onion Man View Post
    I think the Friars will have some success vs. Lowell. They blew a huge chance at home to BC last night but I think Gilles is good enough to get 2+ points vs. Lowell. I'll go with a loss at Boston Coll today and 3 points vs Lowell. Don't forget this is the Friars team (without Gilles) that beat Lowell in the HEQF round last year.
    It's also the same Gilles lead Friar team that lost to Lowell once already this season. Which would seem to have more relevance than a series a year ago.

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  • C-H-C
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    FWIW, I think UNH needs to beat UMass convincingly - by 2 or 3 goals. They need to demonstrate - to themselves and the rest of Hockey East - that they can raise their level of play as the playoffs are set to begin.

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  • Aerman
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    Originally posted by zoofer View Post
    Onion man,the first 5 seasons as varsity the team was undefeated! 73-0
    Pretty sure there was a tie somewhere in the first four seasons (coincided with my four years), but might have been a Canadian club.

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  • unh1982
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    Originally posted by UNHhockey29 View Post
    I'll go with home ice and not playing providence.
    If i were a betting man..unh 3 seed playing 6in seed mack...3 game series.

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  • UNHhockey29
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    I'll go with home ice and not playing providence.

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  • Onion Man
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    Originally posted by Felger View Post
    Just curious how/why all you guys are picking Providence to finish 4th??? They have a game against BC and two against Lowell...they are currently in 5th place, losing the tb to a BU team that has only UVM and Northeastern left...any points the Friars get would have to come at the expense of BC and/or Lowell, making it less likely that they finish 1-2 and increasing the likelihood that UNH finishes higher...
    I think the Friars will have some success vs. Lowell. They blew a huge chance at home to BC last night but I think Gilles is good enough to get 2+ points vs. Lowell. I'll go with a loss at Boston Coll today and 3 points vs Lowell. Don't forget this is the Friars team (without Gilles) that beat Lowell in the HEQF round last year.

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  • unh1982
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    [QUOTE=Felger;5651860]Just curious how/why all you guys are picking Providence to finish 4th??? They have a game against BC and two against Lowell...they are currently in 5th place, losing the tb to a BU team that has only UVM and Northeastern lints the Friars get would have to come at
    Spot on pc has it real tough...i see one win for them at home thats it..thou the freshman goalie gilies is it..can steal one

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  • e.cat
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    [QUOTE=unh1982;5651851]
    Originally posted by e.cat View Post
    I'll go with:

    1. UML
    2. BC
    3. UNH
    4. PC

    As we are all painfully aware, although nice to get, the RS trophy does not guarantee future success in the HE tournament or the NCAA tournament. I think winning the HE championship is a much better predictoNCAA than wito Bostonow is QUOTE] lowel is like 15-3 in last 18 games ..by far the hottest team....can you peak a litttle early thou???
    Absolutely!. That's a valid point and I've seen UNH peak too early on more than one occasion

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  • Felger
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    Just curious how/why all you guys are picking Providence to finish 4th??? They have a game against BC and two against Lowell...they are currently in 5th place, losing the tb to a BU team that has only UVM and Northeastern left...any points the Friars get would have to come at the expense of BC and/or Lowell, making it less likely that they finish 1-2 and increasing the likelihood that UNH finishes higher...

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  • goblue
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    I'm liking our chances of getting to the HE semis/finals less and less. Especially if PC is our foe in the 1/4 's though I suppose it could be argued we are due to beat them in a best of 3 series this year -- or Merrimack for that matter, but I won't be the one arguing that point. We'll see how it all plays out.

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  • unh1982
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    [QUOTE=e.cat;5651846]I'll go with:

    1. UML
    2. BC
    3. UNH
    4. PC

    As we are all painfully aware, although nice to get, the RS trophy does not guarantee future success in the HE tournament or the NCAA tournament. I think winning the HE championship is a much better predictoNCAA than wito Bostonow is QUOTE] lowel is like 15-3 in last 18 games ..by far the hottest team....can you peak a litttle early thou???

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  • e.cat
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    Originally posted by Onion Man View Post
    My prediction:

    1.) Boston College
    2.) UML
    3.) New Hampshire
    4.) Friars
    I'll go with:

    1. UML
    2. BC
    3. UNH
    4. PC

    As we are all painfully aware, although nice to get, the RS trophy does not guarantee future success in the HE tournament or the NCAA tournament. I think winning the HE championship is a much better predictor of success in the NCAA than winning the RS. I'm good with getting home ice in the qtrs and then go from there. Having said that, home ice doesn't look like the be all and end all this year as any of the the eight teams could make it to Boston. The only lock I see making it to Boston right now is Lowell.

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  • unh1982
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    Originally posted by Onion Man View Post
    My prediction:

    1.) Boston College
    2.) UML
    3.) New Hampshire
    4.) Friars
    Sad thing is you are spot on..but you would think the team that had 4 homes left sgainst no 8,9..would at least pick up 7 points...oooops i forgot we are talking about unh....never can close out and win the must win games

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  • Felger
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    Originally posted by Onion Man View Post
    For real? That's incredible.
    Correct me if I'm wrong Zoofer, but I believe they were featured on the ABC Evening News (in the pre-cable era!)

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  • Onion Man
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    Originally posted by zoofer View Post
    Onion man,the first 5 seasons as varsity the team was undefeated! 73-0
    For real? That's incredible.

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