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  • SCSU Euro
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    Originally posted by Dude Love View Post
    Has Bertsch been so bad this year that they'd sit him? I recall him having a pretty strong finish to last year.
    I don't think so but with Benji back who do you sit? Rehkamp? Bertsch? Milan? I say that the depth is great and Friday night you sit whoever put in the least amount of work during practices that week. Then Saturday sit whoever looked the laziest Friday. And if the name on his Jersey is Hanowski, LeBlanc, Dowd, so be it. Send a message that anyone can sit with this talent and depth

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  • Dude Love
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Has Bertsch been so bad this year that they'd sit him? I recall him having a pretty strong finish to last year.

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  • Duder
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Originally posted by Husky13 View Post
    I vote for Bertsch or Rehkamp. I like how hard Milan works when he is out there, so I want to see him stay. Rehkamp is a work horse as well but he only had one spectacular night and has a -5 right now overall, which is the lowest on the team.
    Agreed, Milan may not have put a lot of points up this year but he does work his tail off out there. He isn't afraid to use his body and throw some checks (or try to at least) either, which is something some of the bigger guys could learn from.

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  • Husky13
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    I vote for Bertsch or Rehkamp. I like how hard Milan works when he is out there, so I want to see him stay. Rehkamp is a work horse as well but he only had one spectacular night and has a -5 right now overall, which is the lowest on the team.

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  • First Time, Long Time
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Originally posted by Dude Love View Post
    If Joey plays, who sits? Just looking for opinions.
    Milan, Bertsch, or Rehkamp probably.

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  • Dude Love
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    If Joey plays, who sits? Just looking for opinions.

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  • First Time, Long Time
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Originally posted by Pump It Up View Post
    Benik is expected to make his Huskies debut this weekend. Hatter reported that he wore a no contact jersey at practice today, but went through all the drills with the team.
    He is practicing as though he will play but he has to be cleared first and that's not a for sure thing.

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  • Pump It Up
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Benik is expected to make his Huskies debut this weekend. Hatter reported that he wore a no contact jersey at practice today, but went through all the drills with the team.

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  • First Time, Long Time
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    According to Gibbons at the coaches show last night, Morley and Gravel are fine and will be ready for this weekend.
    Gibbons did notice that we have had a few guys run this year after putting up some good numbers against opponents (Hanowski vs Mankato and Morley vs Omaha) which led Lyons to wonder if the refs really were focusing on player safety as both of those hits were late and well after the puck had left and in the case of Morley, from the blind side and high.

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  • fireman8
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    CC has been plagued with inconsistent goaltending and defensive struggles all year. Howe will start Friday with Thorimbert on Saturday (most likely). Either goaltender can steal a game but both have struggled at times this year. The defensive play has been subpar for much of the season. The Minnesota series was better but CC gave up almost 90 shots on goal each of the previous two weekends. Nodak and Minnesota smothered CC in the defensive zone and created a lot of scoring chances. CC's first periods are generally pretty awful. They have been outscored heavily in the opening frame. They have balanced scoring and seem to score in bunches when they do heat up.

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  • dggoddard
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Originally posted by GopherFan89 View Post
    I think that CC and SCSU are two teams who are both trying to find their identity as a team. Both have the potential to be a pretty **** good hockey team at the end of the season, but both teams have shown that their may be something missing on a given night. Don't know what to think of this series. I would bet on a split, but could see a sweep for either team.
    You would not want to play the Tigers in the NCAA Tourney as BC found out two years ago when CC tagged them for an eight-ball. But getting into the Tournament has proven harder for CC in recent seasons than scoring in the first period this season.

    CC is about to spend a month on the road. Should be an interesting journey.

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  • GopherFan89
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    I think that CC and SCSU are two teams who are both trying to find their identity as a team. Both have the potential to be a pretty **** good hockey team at the end of the season, but both teams have shown that their may be something missing on a given night. Don't know what to think of this series. I would bet on a split, but could see a sweep for either team.

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  • goldy_331
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Originally posted by ronmexico View Post
    Very sad... There may not be many of of us here but there is no reason to hate. At least we don't start ridiculous threads of self praise like some other fan bases...
    Well, not lately anyway.

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  • Duder
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Well one thing is for sure, if the Huskies get an early lead I hope they don't start playing like it's in the bag as they have in previous years. Hopefully the good Husky team dresses and they play a solid 60 minute game.

    Either way, probably going to be a fun series to watch, a lot more fun if the Huskies come out with 4 though.

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  • Husky13
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    Re: CC @ SCSU: Goalie, Sieve, Tiger in a Box

    Originally posted by SCSU Euro View Post

    SCSU hasn't been swept since they traveled to play UNH... CC is no UNH. I would be SHOCKED by that outcome.
    Stranger things have happened. For instance, MSUM is sitting in third place in the WCHA.
    A sweep would be nice, but I am thinking 3 points for SCSU this weekend.

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