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  • #16
    Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

    Originally posted by fr. joe View Post
    Saturday's ECAC results are even more interesting than Friday's...

    SLU & Q ends in scoreless tie.
    Princeton beats Clarkson, 3-0 (Colton Phinney's # are incredible... something like 2-8, 2.25, .940)
    Cornell over Brown, 1-0
    Yale over Colgate, 3-1
    Phinney was part of that Delbarton HS team with Melanson and Baiocco. We have had some success against him at Princeton but you have to get to him early. Once he settles in and the game moves on, he gets into a rhythm and is difficult to beat. But he can be shaky early.
    Take the shortest distance to the puck and arrive in ill humor

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    • #17
      Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

      Originally posted by DrDemento View Post
      Phinney was part of that Delbarton HS team with Melanson and Baiocco. We have had some success against him at Princeton but you have to get to him early. Once he settles in and the game moves on, he gets into a rhythm and is difficult to beat. But he can be shaky early.
      Dr D, that looks like his pattern. He gave up 4 to SLU and his coach pulled him. After tonight's shutout, he's 2-6, 2.20, .943
      Last edited by fr. joe; 11-21-2015, 11:52 PM.

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      • #18
        Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

        Quinnipiac hosted the North Country this weekend with two ties resulting.
        Last edited by fr. joe; 11-21-2015, 11:53 PM.

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        • #19
          Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

          Originally posted by HockeyRef View Post
          Thanks! Well bit the proverbial bullet and am going with friends who agreed to do the driving! Looking forward to the visit...
          I'll see you there!

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          • #20
            Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

            Originally posted by fr. joe View Post
            Quinnipiac hosted the North Country this weekend with two ties resulting.
            ...meaning we are tied for the top of the ECAC with an even number of games. UNH is towards the bottom, albeit with plenty of games in hand, so they're "near the middle". RPI better come out guns-a-blazin', or else we might see the opposite of the SCSU weekend from 2012-13.

            BTW, any UNH fans traveling to the game: RPI decided to go all TSA at hockey games now, so prepare to be molested as you walk in.

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            • #21
              Originally posted by UNHJourney34 View Post
              I'll see you there!
              Sweet look us up we r in section 7....We'll be the ones in blue 😉
              Last edited by HockeyRef; 11-22-2015, 08:47 AM.
              Let's Go SouzaCats!

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              • #22
                Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

                Originally posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
                BTW, any UNH fans traveling to the game: RPI decided to go all TSA at hockey games now, so prepare to be molested as you walk in.
                So I'm guessing you will set a record for exiting and re-entering.

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                • #23
                  Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

                  http://www.rpitv.org/productions/101...-hockey-vs-unh

                  RPI 1 UNH 0

                  Goal @ 2:54. Not sure if Tirone was screened or not, but beaten 5-hole from top of zone
                  Sworn Enemy of the Perpetually Offended
                  Montreal Expos Forever ...

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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by Chuck Murray View Post
                    http://www.rpitv.org/productions/101...-hockey-vs-unh

                    RPI 1 UNH 0

                    Goal @ 2:54. Not sure if Tirone was screened or not, but beaten 5-hole from top of zone
                    Great feed from RPI. Stupid penalty by Eiserman after fanning on a rebound. Ugh
                    Signature line intentionally left blank.

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                    • #25
                      Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

                      RPI was skating easily through the neutral zone in the early going, still enjoying a lot of attack zone time with the forecheck, and UNH is struggling to get the puck out of their own end. Just ugly so far by UNH, and only Nazarian has shown me any flashes so far.

                      Midway into the first period, UNH frankly fortunate to only be down 1-0.
                      Sworn Enemy of the Perpetually Offended
                      Montreal Expos Forever ...

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                      • #26
                        Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

                        UNH finally showing some signs of life - may have been the senior line? - but couldn't finish in close. Eiserman takes a dumb penalty.
                        Sworn Enemy of the Perpetually Offended
                        Montreal Expos Forever ...

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                        • #27
                          Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

                          Decent pressure and several chances in the latter half of the 1st, but nothing to show. Pots had a shorty bid stoned.
                          Signature line intentionally left blank.

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                          • #28
                            Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

                            We just never truly look in control. We can't seem to "slow the game down"... Seems frantic.
                            Signature line intentionally left blank.

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                            • #29
                              Re: UNH @ RPI, Tuesday, 11/24/15

                              Originally posted by wildcatdc View Post
                              We just never truly look in control. We can't seem to "slow the game down"... Seems frantic.
                              It's the most unbalanced UNH team I've seen in the Umile era. Literally a one-line team.

                              Misleading stat of the evening: SOG's after one, RPI 11 UNH 10.
                              Sworn Enemy of the Perpetually Offended
                              Montreal Expos Forever ...

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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by Chuck Murray View Post
                                RPI was skating easily through the neutral zone in the early going, still enjoying a lot of attack zone time with the forecheck, and UNH is struggling to get the puck out of their own end. Just ugly so far by UNH, and only Nazarian has shown me any flashes so far.

                                Midway into the first period, UNH frankly fortunate to only be down 1-0.
                                Almost exactly the same description applies to the first period that I just watched at Agganis. :-(

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