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  • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

    Originally posted by GreatLakerMohawk View Post
    I can't really blame all four of their fans for being ticked off. Donato keeps getting great recruits and then brings them aboard to play some awful brand of hockey.
    Exactly right. If Teddy could keep his goalies in school he might have better luck.
    ""Ralph is the Chuck Norris of this board. Ralph doesnt sleep he just waits." - fishcore12

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    • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

      Originally posted by hawthr View Post
      The Patroon level of donation status changes over time. The longer you've been an alum, the more you have to donate. This is why you may see a sizeable chunk of young alums in the Patroon Room (just graduated is $100, 1-5 yrs I believe is $250).

      What's uncool is when they send young alumni the same donation cards they do for those who have been out of school for 30+ years. Oh thanks RPI for letting me know a donation of $1.6 million will give me a named professorship! Kinda just feels like a slap in the face.
      Whatever method they're using to calculate the fee it isn't working as the crowd in the room this year has thinned measurably. The economy certainly has something to do with this.
      ""Ralph is the Chuck Norris of this board. Ralph doesnt sleep he just waits." - fishcore12

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      • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

        Originally posted by Red Cloud View Post

        Please tell me you're just a townie and not an alum.
        Both!
        Like a turkey at Thanksgiving, I'm stuffed

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          Originally posted by hockeymascot View Post
          Both!
          That makes me sad.
          Keep an open mind. Just don't be so open-minded that your brain falls out.

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          • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

            Originally posted by Wicked Slappaahs View Post
            Exactly right. If Teddy could keep his goalies in school he might have better luck.
            Or if he could keep his goalies from cheating on exams.
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              Hockey on Campus Live 12/16/2009!
              Tonight's two-hour edition of HOC will feature BC (hottest team in the country) Head Coach Jerry York at 7:30, a visit with recent US Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Tony Amonte early in the evening, a chat with RPI Head Coach Seth Appert, and check-ins from our regular media guests Adam Wodon of collegehockeynews.com and Eliot Olshansky with a mid-season Hobey Watch report.
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              • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                I hope Seth doesn't have to talk with Wodon or Olshansky because then it'll turn into a "My Ivy League team is better/smarter than you" fest.
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                • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                  Originally posted by miker View Post
                  Thanks, Mike. I wonder whom SA was recruiting in Fargo.
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                  • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
                    Thanks, Mike. I wonder whom SA was recruiting in Fargo.
                    Probably a good bet someone playing in this game.

                    Possible candidates for recruitment(read: uncommitted):

                    Des Moines
                    H.T. Lenz: He's a 5'10" 175 forward, but he's also an '89. He's putting up decent scoring numbers for a team that doesn't score much.
                    Austin Coldwell: He's a 6'1" 190 defenseman and a '90. 6 goals, 6 assists this year and not much to report PIM-wise.
                    Brandon Carlson: 6'2" 200 defenseman who is a '92. 3 goals, 3 assists, 50 PIM and a team low -17 +/-. All three of his goals are power play goals.

                    Fargo
                    Garrett Allen: 5'11" 170 forward and a '92. Fargo seems to score even less than Des Moines does, but Allen is putting up respectable numbers. 9 goals, 7 assists in 24 games.
                    Grant Scott: 6'2" 210 defenseman and a '90. Fargo's site isn't one much for elaborate statistics but he's got 1 goal and 5 assists.
                    Chad Demers: 5'10" 175 forward and a '90. 3 goals and 5 assists in 20 games. Yawn.
                    Brian Cooper: 5'9" 175 forward and a '93. 2 goals, 2 assists in 21 games.
                    Oleg Yevenko: 6'7" 225 defenseman and a '91 from Belarus. 1 goal, 2 assists in 20 games. I'd imagine he's a defensive specialist. His weight would indicate he's not an iceberg either.

                    Just some food for thought and snooping around. I was bored so, hey, why not?
                    Last edited by GreatLakerMohawk; 12-17-2009, 04:59 AM.
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                    • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                      Grant Scott is a US U-18 alum who was one of those rare non-Minnesotans to commit to the University of Minnesota. He quit the Gophers after only one game (read: Lucia wasn't giving him any playing time) and Dean Blais took him in at Fargo (which is quickly becoming a top NAHL program even without Blais). Given our need for some more defensemen, his background, and Blais' bonafide eye for talent, I really hope Scott's the one (or one of the ones) on our radar.

                      Maybe Seth could have Jerry ask Dean Blais about him while they're in Saskatoon.

                      Yevenko might be fun too, on his size alone.
                      Keep an open mind. Just don't be so open-minded that your brain falls out.

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                      • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                        Originally posted by Red Cloud View Post
                        Grant Scott is a US U-18 alum who was one of those rare non-Minnesotans to commit to the University of Minnesota. He quit the Gophers after only one game (read: Lucia wasn't giving him any playing time) and Dean Blais took him in at Fargo (which is quickly becoming a top NAHL program even without Blais). Given our need for some more defensemen, his background, and Blais' bonafide eye for talent, I really hope Scott's the one (or one of the ones) on our radar.

                        Maybe Seth could have Jerry ask Dean Blais about him while they're in Saskatoon.

                        Yevenko might be fun too, on his size alone.
                        RC, Fargo is now in the USHL. It indeed used to be in the NAHL.
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                        • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                          Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
                          RC, Fargo is now in the USHL. It indeed used to be in the NAHL.
                          I'll chalk that up as part of my year that never happened, and it also underscores just how friggin awesome Fargo is.
                          Keep an open mind. Just don't be so open-minded that your brain falls out.

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                          • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                            Originally posted by Red Cloud View Post
                            Grant Scott is a US U-18 alum who was one of those rare non-Minnesotans to commit to the University of Minnesota. He quit the Gophers after only one game (read: Lucia wasn't giving him any playing time) and Dean Blais took him in at Fargo (which is quickly becoming a top NAHL program even without Blais). Given our need for some more defensemen, his background, and Blais' bonafide eye for talent, I really hope Scott's the one (or one of the ones) on our radar.

                            Maybe Seth could have Jerry ask Dean Blais about him while they're in Saskatoon.

                            Yevenko might be fun too, on his size alone.
                            Getting Scott and Yevenko could have DrD moving back to Troy just to see these guys.
                            It would make all his dreams come true.
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                            • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                              Originally posted by engineerhockeyfan View Post
                              Getting Scott and Yevenko could have DrD moving back to Troy just to see these guys.
                              It would make all his dreams come true.
                              I get goosebumps thinking about it
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                              • Re: RPI III: Revenge of the Seth

                                Originally posted by DrDemento View Post
                                I get goosebumps thinking about it
                                I'd hope that means Yevenko being 6'7" 225 means he's a fast wrecking ball and not a beanpole.
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