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  • e.cat
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    Originally posted by Patman View Post
    I think my mind will be blown if it happens... not that I don't think we don't have a great team... and not that i don't think we can take the last three... but yeesh!

    I hear ya. Ya know what? It would be pretty cool if it happens though for you guys. I'm just sayin'

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  • zoofer
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    Onion man,the first 5 seasons as varsity the team was undefeated! 73-0

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  • Onion Man
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    Originally posted by unh1982 View Post
    i tend to agree but have to go with the team that has 3to home games....maine tends to lose on the large sheet.....lowell will lose to mack on there surface...pc will take one from lowell, tough to bdat a scneider....bc..will win tonight and lose one at vermont..who will be playing for a chance to continue.
    My prediction:

    1.) Boston College
    2.) UML
    3.) New Hampshire
    4.) Friars

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  • Patman
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    Originally posted by e.cat View Post
    FWIW, I would love to see Lowell win the RS if UNH doesn't.
    I think my mind will be blown if it happens... not that I don't think we don't have a great team... and not that i don't think we can take the last three... but yeesh!

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  • unh1982
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    Originally posted by Onion Man View Post
    That's great. Any idea what the Power ball numbers will be this weekend? Lowell has a tough one at M'Mack but they will do fine vs. Providence. I'd be surprised if BC lost considering they have PC and 2 with Vermont. I'd say the team least likely to win all three is UNH.
    i tend to agree but have to go with the team that has 3to home games....maine tends to lose on the large sheet.....lowell will lose to mack on there surface...pc will take one from lowell, tough to bdat a scneider....bc..will win tonight and lose one at vermont..who will be playing for a chance to continue.

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  • Onion Man
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    Originally posted by unh1982 View Post
    yes..bc and lowell will lose st least once.
    That's great. Any idea what the Power ball numbers will be this weekend? Lowell has a tough one at M'Mack but they will do fine vs. Providence. I'd be surprised if BC lost considering they have PC and 2 with Vermont. I'd say the team least likely to win all three is UNH.

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  • unh1982
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    Originally posted by Onion Man View Post
    Since they are a point behind Lowell and BC with no extra games to play, how can they win Hockey East by winning out? Don't they need UML or BC to lose a game?
    yes..bc and lowell will lose st least once.

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  • Darius
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    UNH Men's Hockey Highlights vs UMass (03/01/13):

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fQqzu...ature=youtu.be

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  • e.cat
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    Originally posted by Patronick View Post
    I agree with all of this. Except they play at Merrimack on Sunday, not tonight.
    FWIW, I would love to see Lowell win the RS if UNH doesn't.

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  • Patronick
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    Originally posted by Chuck Murray View Post

    * IF UMass-Lowell beats Merrimack in North Andover tonight, they will then face a Providence team that by then will likely be in 5th/6th place, and theoretically only playing for first-round home ice, whereas UML will be playing for what would be their first HE hardware in program history. Considering how they've turned things around over these last two-plus months, and the experience they gained last season, does anyone think Coach Bazin won't have the Riverhawks ready for any of those games? I know I'm not expecting UML to drop anything from here on out.
    I agree with all of this. Except they play at Merrimack on Sunday, not tonight.

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  • Onion Man
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    Originally posted by zoofer View Post
    And for all you local Wildcat fans who love hockey, come support the women when they play Providence for the 140th meeting! If you love hockey, yes a different style but great athletes for sure, come watch the team give it their all today. You'll enjoy the game and the price is right! Be proud of UNH women's hockey program being the winningest in the NCAA !!!
    UNH's women's program is the winningest in the NCAA? I didn't know that.

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  • zoofer
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    And for all you local Wildcat fans who love hockey, come support the women when they play Providence for the 140th meeting! If you love hockey, yes a different style but great athletes for sure, come watch the team give it their all today. You'll enjoy the game and the price is right! Be proud of UNH women's hockey program being the winningest in the NCAA !!!

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  • e.cat
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    Originally posted by scoreboard View Post
    Zoofer, I usually like what you have to say. Given that, UNH has choked over the years. Do you believe that Maine, RPI, Minn-Duluth had bigger budgets than UNH? They have all won championships since UNH became relevant. Even tonite they are tied against one of the lowest ranked HE teams at home. Budgets aren't their problem. They don't, and haven't ever, had a killer attitude. See BC.

    There are only two post season games I have seen in person that I would characterize as chokes. I've seen some ugly losses but only two chokes; 1. The 4-0(I think) loss to Michigan(Michigan went on to win it all that year) in the Boston regional in the late nineties and the 7-2 loss to Maine in the NCAA semis in Minneapolis in the ealrly 2000's. I've seen some great wins; 1. The two Hockey East championships against Maine and BU, 2. The win vs. Wisconsin at the Albany regional which UNH went on to win vs BU in an epic game. 3. The NODAK win at the Manchester regional. The loss to Maine in the championship game in Aneheim was a very hard fought game which resulted in a loss for UNH but far from a choke. I would love to see an NC happen for UNH but I would hardly characterize them as chokers. Have they had some ugly losses? Yes but so have other teams. Have they had some great wins? Absolutely!!!

    For the record, UNH was relevant long before Maine even had a D-1 team.

    Carry on

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  • zoofer
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    I can't disagree Scoreboard...what I write and what I say to the TV screen or under my breath when at the Whitt are polar opposites! Unfortunately I've lived it first hand... if you look at the UNH squad of 77 that played the Johnson-Eaves-Norwich Badgers in the NCAA semi's, you'll see a team with some 11future NHL players! How did we end up fourth that year? Team play vs the individual, big game experience, and budget ( when scorers per say are given the better stick vs using the Titans of old because they didn't break)! But yea there is also is Alfie Michaud playing the game of his life in the 99 NCAA NC game....why UNH has been snake bit ****es me off as the next guy but it would be naive to think that a HD 4 sided video scoreboard, and all the acoutrement doesn't help recruit the big names et al...
    btw thanks for the compliment..

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  • Felger
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    Originally posted by sterlippo1 View Post
    attendance 4805? what the heck is going on up there?
    Wait 'till the first round of the playoffs...likely won't see anywhere near that many people.

    Seriously, that is why I'm hoping to host either Maine or BU...to at least make the quarters somewhat interesting...I've been a fan for decades but I'm not sure I want to pony up upwards of fifty bucks to see a snoozefest with UVM or UMass....
    Last edited by Felger; 03-02-2013, 09:45 AM.

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