Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • UMICHhockeyRULZ
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by MavRick View Post
    I hate Michigan.
    The feeling is mutual, although we actually don't hate the uno-brows. In order for hatred to be acheived you'd have to beat us much more than four times.

    Go shove a corn-cob...



    Originally posted by alfablue View Post
    Does it bother you that much that we could care less about you guys? Just another CCHA team? No idea how we became the #1 on UNO's hit list? When we win, it's just another notch in the stick?

    Nothing special.

    You'll miss us? Did I miss something...

    Enjoy your anger.
    It's just another Lil'Brother complex, that and we got Ortmeyer...

    Leave a comment:


  • alfablue
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by MavRick View Post
    I hate Michigan. I like some of you, streaker foremost among them.

    You've been excellent villains. I for one will miss you.
    Does it bother you that much that we could care less about you guys? Just another CCHA team? No idea how we became the #1 on UNO's hit list? When we win, it's just another notch in the stick?

    Nothing special.

    You'll miss us? Did I miss something...

    Enjoy your anger.

    Leave a comment:


  • MavRick
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    I hate Michigan. I like some of you, streaker foremost among them.

    You've been excellent villains. I for one will miss you.

    Leave a comment:


  • streaker
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by wooderson View Post
    Haha wow, if this guy thinks we're this bad he's really going to love Minnesota and North Dakota fans...

    Funny stuff though, enjoy the games this weekend.

    Oh and he is right about one thing: Jersey Shore...great show.
    See, I wasn't that off-base. All that pent up, latent anger. All that jealousy. All those insults. That hideous 4-24-3 record against the Wolverines.
    But the shtick is the same each and every year. They spend hours ranting about the evils of the Michigan program, then fall collectively on their faces. This year has the potential of being different in that our team represents a speed skating team more than a hockey team at times, but nonetheless, I think our guys will still show up. I don't typically take much time to gloat, but if the outcome is what I hope for, then I'm certain to give the abandoned cornfed cow fans a hearty goodbye on their turf (especially because they never leave the confines of their own little websites.)

    But, meet them in person and they are the nicest, most sincere and hearty people around. I'll miss trading insults with them and the CCHA will miss their passion and excitement as well, even if they felt so mistreated.

    Leave a comment:


  • wooderson
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by NoClu View Post
    Hey Blue Crew...

    Looking forward to the games. Here's a bit of a rant, and a link to check out. Of course, it is a sign of our inferiority complex....



    This also resonated with the Mav folks on Mavpuck.com...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k76IGLi6jWI

    Hope everyone coming to Omaha has a good time here (other than the outcome on the ice) this weekend. Stop near the top of section 110 and I'll say hello.
    Haha wow, if this guy thinks we're this bad he's really going to love Minnesota and North Dakota fans...

    Funny stuff though, enjoy the games this weekend.

    Oh and he is right about one thing: Jersey Shore...great show.

    Leave a comment:


  • NoClu
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Hey Blue Crew...

    Looking forward to the games. Here's a bit of a rant, and a link to check out. Of course, it is a sign of our inferiority complex....
    AJMav posts...
    My life is pretty crazy these days. I have two small kids...we have another one on the way and quite frankly, I just don't have the time, energy or strength to hate anyone or anybody at this point in my life. I was good at it once, but eventually there was nothing left to really rant about.

    So I'm watching TV the other night, and they're showing Outdoor hockey in Madison. Now I'm not nearly up on my college hockey as I should be, and I'm also color blind as a bat....but I could have sworn the other team playing the Badgers was....

    And then the camera found him.

    That evil, withered, blathering, liverspot covered pool boy of Satan....Red (ironic) himself.

    And then it all came rushing back...so much so, I almost had to sit down for a second. That A-hole. Those sweaters. The ugly M, those HIDeOUS helmets. The attitudes. The pompous way they skate. That song. Those fans. That absolutely God-awful, rat infested, lead paint based, Eminem listening, GM crumbling state of pure absolute evil....dripping in arrogance, so thick you would need a chisel and hammer just to wipe if off your map.

    Time may heal all wounds, and age may muffle the dismay....but evil is evil, and these clowns.....these pretty boy, Avril Lavigne listening, Jersey Shore watching, talentless, soul-less punks .....no matter who they are or what year they play...deserve nothing less than a proverbial cross check to the face, a spear to the ribs and a gigantic CCM skate right up their Berensen.

    OK, maybe not physical violence, but you see my point.

    Tomorrow, the most wicked, loathsome and pernicious group of hockey players on earth enters our home ... most likely for the last time. It's almost as if it's the last day of school, and the school bully has come to your locker one final time to say goodbye.

    Now is the chance. Now is the opportunity to give him the going away punch to the gut he most definitely deserves. You may not be able to hip check Brian Lebler into the boards tonight...but you can certainly let him know where he is. You may not be able to slash Chad Langlais across the wrists with a vicious overhead chop...but you can certainly cause ringing in his ears and make his trip to Omaha extremely unpleasant.

    Eventually, the weekend and this season will end. Playoff games will be played. Frozen Fours will be staged. UNO will eventually move on into the arms of the WCHA...into new rivalries with new rants, back to where many believe they belonged overall. Red and his band of goons will trudge back to Ann Arbor, where the CCHA offices will most likely meet them at the airport with adulation, roses and candy.

    But tonight...for 3 hours (OK, and again on Saturday), you and I have a chance to give one final middle finger to the team that pretty much is the root of all evil that is the CCHA. The crappy media coverage. The slanted league bias. The virtual tongue in the ear of the rust belt unlike any sports league in any sport in America. I for one am sick of it, and most likely you are too. I don't know how this weekend will end, and sure...rants like these in years past have fallen on deaf ears.

    But this isn't about one team or one city. This is about You and I as individuals...saying goodbye in a proper fashion....the evil, black encrusted soul of the CCHA. That ugly *** M. Those hideous helmets.

    This is your your last chance folks. I for one plan on making it count. I hope you do as well.

    AJ

    Oh, and F you too Ortmeyer. You Pr*ck.



    This also resonated with the Mav folks on Mavpuck.com...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k76IGLi6jWI

    Hope everyone coming to Omaha has a good time here (other than the outcome on the ice) this weekend. Stop near the top of section 110 and I'll say hello.

    Leave a comment:


  • HckyDoc
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by streaker View Post
    I am worried about UNO for various reasons:
    Although I think the atmosphere at Yost when rocking (minus snowy Tuesday nights) is second to none, UNO can be a tough venue to go into when full. UNO practically sold out the house for both games last weekend. UM has had an inconsistent season. I know there isn't a comparison going beyond just this season but tOSU has had the same problems and lost leads both nights coming away with only 1 point.

    Leave a comment:


  • streaker
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by alnike View Post
    Michigan has a nice history against UNO, Summers and the senior class are 8-0, while M is 17-2-1 in the last 20 games vs. UNO. But we all know this years edition of the team has made things more difficult than they need to be on the season.

    UNO has a team with depth, no real high scoring players, but three lines that can contribute. And yeah, most of their upperclassmen have played three additional years of junior hockey.

    Let's see if we can finally get a weekend with contributions from the top two lines, no soft goals, and avoiding too many dumb penalties. Not sure what UNO's goalie Faulkner is like.
    The scuddle is, both UNO goaltenders are under the gun for their erratic play. Hot one night, a sieve the next. Coach Blais is not real happy with either.

    The guy to stop is their senior d-man, Del Grosso. He, if I am mistaken, is their leading points man and just overtook Greg Zanon as their alltime points man for defensemen. He is also key to their PP, and is an offensive minded player that jumps into the rush frequently. Jeric Agosta has emerged now as a power forward, and this freshman named Broadhurst has been on fire- and is close to Chris Brown in points. I agree, though, it's their depth that has improved, although they are essentially playing like a .500 team.

    UNO and their fans are down to the axe handle as far as their spite for Michigan- some of it having to do with the fact that they have only beaten Michigan 4 times in 10 years, (twice in Omaha, once at Yost, once at JLA) some of it due to their perceived disrespect from the "weasel"/MSU owned CCHA, some of it from the "antics" of Michi-"goon" players like JJ etc., some of it due to plucking favorite son Jed Ortmeyer from their grasp and most of it due to our Kmartine fan's behavior at JLA and our obnoxious,vulgar Yost fan chants/comments towards their fans/players, which includes tossing corncobs onto the ice after one of the frequent routs. . (Basically to remind UNO fans that no, this isn't a rivalry when you can't beat Michigan consistently, no matter what your fans predict/say on your websites.)
    I guess we'll have to pass that baton onto North Dakota or whomever in the WCHA.

    I'll be satisfied with a split, joyous with anything more- their atmosphere for Michigan is raucous, especially if we give them any gifts to build on. I also think that they have trouble controlling their emotions and take a ton of dumb penalties, too, particularly in this series. For Michigan, it's just another series- more crucial than usual this year- but for UNO it could make their whole season.

    Leave a comment:


  • alnike
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Michigan has a nice history against UNO, Summers and the senior class are 8-0, while M is 17-2-1 in the last 20 games vs. UNO. But we all know this years edition of the team has made things more difficult than they need to be on the season.

    UNO has a team with depth, no real high scoring players, but three lines that can contribute. And yeah, most of their upperclassmen have played three additional years of junior hockey.

    Let's see if we can finally get a weekend with contributions from the top two lines, no soft goals, and avoiding too many dumb penalties. Not sure what UNO's goalie Faulkner is like.

    Leave a comment:


  • streaker
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by wolverineTrumpet View Post
    I don't know much about Omaha this season, and it will be interesting to see if the weird schedule with the trip to Madison hurts the team with the trip to Omaha.
    I am worried about UNO for various reasons:

    1. This is the most vulnerable Michigan team since 2005(?)... and going to Omaha is not an easy trip- and they will sell out. We'll need some breaks.

    2. The UNO fans are making a big deal about it because they have never sw**t Michigan; This is their last chance in conference, on home ice, and their last home series. They despise Michigan and will be amped.

    3. They have a very offensive minded team that can skate, but has been victim of shoddy defensive lapses and poor goaltending.

    4. They still believe they are in contention for 4th place. They sweep us and it is curtains for our NCAA chances via the at large. It also means they open up a 4 point lead on Michigan, even with our 2 games in hand. That is what they need to do to really have any shot at fourth place. (Besides, if that happens, there would be no living with their fan base.) Even with a Michigan sweep, I think their chances are slim that they can keep 4th because the other teams we are battling have a some what easier schedule.

    Woody- Michigan will have to win out, or go 5-1 I think to take 3rd place. I realistically have them 4-2 in their last six, 4th place, 3 points behind both FSU and MSU.

    Leave a comment:


  • wolverineTrumpet
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    It seems wrong for me to be excited that we are in 4th place in the conference, but I am.

    Good to see Michigan get the BGSU sweep for the "weekend". Games were closer than most Michigan fans would like, but getting the much needed conference points and victories over teams you "should" beat is good.

    I don't know much about Omaha this season, and it will be interesting to see if the weird schedule with the trip to Madison hurts the team with the trip to Omaha.

    Somewhat empty Yost last night, understandable with the weather and a Tuesday night game. I still liked the atmosphere better than Camp Randall though. And being able to see the game was nice.

    Leave a comment:


  • wooderson
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by streaker View Post
    I know they were dragging tonight, but what a struggle. If Eno doesn't get cut by his defenseman's skate then they may have been in for a different game. They sleptwalked through the first thirty minutes and were sloppy- but again, some slack for playing three times in six days. BG never really threatened until we helped them with turnovers.

    UNO is laying in wait, seems that they have pent up furor for Michigan and would love to derail any effort to make the NCAA tourney. Taking a game is about where I put it, but an effort like tonight may end any post season thoughts. Fourth place is still a possibility for the conference tourney, and I see 4-2 being able to lock that, especially with the schedules that teams like LSSU, Alaska, UNO, ND, OSU and NMU have to contend with. Time to take destiny into our own hands since we play three of those teams vying for fourth.
    It seems to me 3rd isn't out of reach...Ferris is only 3 points up and doesn't have the easiest schedule coming in either. Getting up into the top 3 would be huge to avoid a semi-final match-up with the Miami juggernaut, especially since that might be a must-win game for our tournament hopes. Don't want to put the reverse jinx on them either though, we'll see how things stand after this weekend.

    Leave a comment:


  • streaker
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Originally posted by wooderson View Post
    Big win tonight, makes the weekend somewhat of a success. Great to see Louie with a multi-goal game.

    Gonna be a really tough trip down to Nebraska, especially after a 3-game weekend. At least a split is mandatory right now it seems like. Is even 5-1 from here on out (assuming a first-round win) going to be enough or do they need to run the table??
    I know they were dragging tonight, but what a struggle. If Eno doesn't get cut by his defenseman's skate then they may have been in for a different game. They sleptwalked through the first thirty minutes and were sloppy- but again, some slack for playing three times in six days. BG never really threatened until we helped them with turnovers.

    UNO is laying in wait, seems that they have pent up furor for Michigan and would love to derail any effort to make the NCAA tourney. Taking a game is about where I put it, but an effort like tonight may end any post season thoughts. Fourth place is still a possibility for the conference tourney, and I see 4-2 being able to lock that, especially with the schedules that teams like LSSU, Alaska, UNO, ND, OSU and NMU have to contend with. Time to take destiny into our own hands since we play three of those teams vying for fourth.

    Leave a comment:


  • wooderson
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Big win tonight, makes the weekend somewhat of a success. Great to see Louie with a multi-goal game.

    Gonna be a really tough trip down to Nebraska, especially after a 3-game weekend. At least a split is mandatory right now it seems like. Is even 5-1 from here on out (assuming a first-round win) going to be enough or do they need to run the table??

    Leave a comment:


  • streaker
    replied
    Re: Michigan Hockey 2010 - Delivery or Take Out?

    Who's braving the snow tonight?

    Leave a comment:

Working...
X