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  • willythekid
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    Re: pairwise -- post jan 8th

    Originally posted by UML Puck Hawk View Post
    I mean 50% of their conference could be in the tournament by next Friday. Maybe the Nacho's should get some punches in now, before things even out (since one more team for the BI6 gives them the same 1/3 of the conference in the tourni you guys would
    hmmm...

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  • Shirtless Guy
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    Originally posted by LTsatch View Post
    The four bottom ECAC teams are going to get chewed up in conference play the next few weeks. I think the conference will be lucky to get three teams in after it all shakes out. Actually too much parity
    It will be interesting to see if Yale, Dartmouth, RPI and Cornell can keep up or most fall back to the pack because of parity?

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  • LTsatch
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    The four bottom ECAC teams are going to get chewed up in conference play the next few weeks. I think the conference will be lucky to get three teams in after it all shakes out. Actually too much parity

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  • ticapnews
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    Good news for Quinnipiac, St Cloud, North Dakota and Michigan.

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  • UML Puck Hawk
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    1. Quinnipiac (EZAC)
    2. Saint Cloud State (NACHO)
    3. North Dakota (NACHO)
    4. Michigan (Bi6)
    5. Harvard (Beanpot)
    6. Boston College (Beanpot)
    7. Providence College (HEA)
    8. Boston University (Beanpot)
    9. Omaha (NACHO)
    10. Notre Dame(HE-W)
    11. Lowell (HE)
    12. Denver (NACHO)
    13. Yale (Ivy)
    14. RPI (EZAC)
    15. Dartmouth (Ivy)
    16. Cornell (Ivy)

    17t Penn State (Bi6)
    17t Minnesota State (WCHA)
    21 Robert Morris (AHC)

    WCHA: 1
    AHC: 1
    Bi6: 1
    ECAC: 4
    NACHO: 4
    HE: 5

    Hockey East holds 5/8 of the 2 and 3 seeds. Bi6 continue to prove superior as they might get a second team into the tournament. If things stay the way they are Cornell and Dartmouth would be losing spots probably due to the weird ivy scheduling things.

    Beanpot teams group pretty tight going into the Beanpot, only one team missings...

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  • Biddco
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    Originally posted by RL3AO View Post
    UMD is what St. Cloud was last year. If they can win two more games than they lose the rest of the way they'll be in.
    For this team that feels like a much tougher task than it should be.

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  • UML Puck Hawk
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    Why am I arguing for the Bi6? Come on Michigoon fans, this is your time...

    Gopher fans can keep hiding under the trailer, till you're ahead of Ped State in the PWR I think its probably the best place for you

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  • UML Puck Hawk
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    Originally posted by willythekid View Post
    Sorry if you re hoping for a fight, but they are in completely different weight classes. Big6 would need a ref in the middle for protection to get any kind of punch off...
    I mean 50% of their conference could be in the tournament by next Friday. Maybe the Nacho's should get some punches in now, before things even out (since one more team for the BI6 gives them the same 1/3 of the conference in the tourni you guys would

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  • willythekid
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    Originally posted by UML Puck Hawk View Post

    BI6 vs NACHO fight to recommence in 3...2...1... GO
    Sorry if you re hoping for a fight, but they are in completely different weight classes. Big6 would need a ref in the middle for protection to get any kind of punch off...

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  • RL3AO
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    UMD is what St. Cloud was last year. If they can win two more games than they lose the rest of the way they'll be in.

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  • Biddco
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    Don't forget UMD is hovering at 17 despite being at .500. Gonna be fascinating to see what happens if they finally start scoring consistently and put together some wins. If they do that they probably can get their RPI up and get into the tournament.
    Last edited by Biddco; 01-18-2016, 09:22 AM.

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  • UML Puck Hawk
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    1. Quinnipiac (EZAC)
    2. St. Cloud State (NACHO)
    3. North Dakota (NACHO)
    4. Providence (HEA)
    5. Omaha (NACHO)
    6. Harvard (Ivy)
    7. Michigan(BI6)
    8. Cornell (EZAC)
    9. BC (HEA)
    10. Yale (EZAC)
    11. Notre Dame (BI6)
    12. BU (HEA)
    13. Lowell (HEA)
    14. Denver (NACHO)
    15. Penn State (BI6)
    16. Minnesota (BI6)
    19. Minnesota State (WCHA)
    23. Holy Cross (AHC)
    ____________________
    HEA (5)
    Nacho (4)
    ECAC (4)
    BI6 (1)
    WCHA (1)
    AHC (1)

    BI6 vs NACHO fight to recommence in 3...2...1... GO

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  • Dutchman
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    Originally posted by sshablak View Post
    ECAC rules now, no matter what you say, reality rears it's ugly little head!
    Rules ? How about ECAC finally reaches parity
    Last edited by Dutchman; 01-13-2016, 03:53 PM.

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  • sshablak
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    ECAC rules now, no matter what you say, reality rears it's ugly little head!

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  • Shirtless Guy
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    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post


    can i add pwr isn't meant to be looked at until the end of the season?
    hahaha

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