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  • Originally posted by blazer777 View Post
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    • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

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      • Originally posted by Downstate_RIT_Fan View Post
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        Thanks for helping out... Heads up, the RPI thread had something going on and would prefer no bumps on it to clear the spam. Had a nice conversation which involved us both lowering our guns and walking away. Ralph was honorable though so all is good 😀
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        • Originally posted by blazer777 View Post
          Thanks for helping out... Heads up, the RPI thread had something going on and would prefer no bumps on it to clear the spam. Had a nice conversation which involved us both lowering our guns and walking away. Ralph was honorable though so all is good 😀
          Blaze I saw that, didn't know we were breaking some rule 😀 Trying to help out with the spam.
          So I deleted any bump post I made to any RPI thread. As folks wake up hopefully the normal rate of posting will eventually clean up the first page. Thanks for jumping in.
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          • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

            Originally posted by larfretz44 View Post
            That's what it looked like this weekend. Niagara was just better.
            I agree with you about scapegoating, but this just isn't true. RIT outplayed Niagara for at least six of the nine periods this past weekend. Niagara looked completely lost for long stretches. RIT made several serious mistakes on which Niagara capitalized, and Niagara certainly continued battling, but there was a clear talent disparity.


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            • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

              Originally posted by LtPowers View Post
              I agree with you about scapegoating, but this just isn't true. RIT outplayed Niagara for at least six of the nine periods this past weekend. Niagara looked completely lost for long stretches. RIT made several serious mistakes on which Niagara capitalized, and Niagara certainly continued battling, but there was a clear talent disparity.


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              The clearest talent disparity was in net.
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              • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                Originally posted by komey1 View Post
                Every 4 year senior has won at least 1 championship under Coach Wilson.
                Players whose 4 years were 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, and 2013-14 did not win a championship. AHC Championships were 2010, 2015, and 2016.

                Not an argument against the coach by any means, just a correction... that is unless you were including the regular season championship they would have won in 2011 as Freshmen.
                Can't we all just get along?
                Always remember... This is just a game we're talking about here. Let's not take it all too seriously.

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                • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                  Originally posted by LtPowers View Post
                  I agree with you about scapegoating, but this just isn't true. RIT outplayed Niagara for at least six of the nine periods this past weekend. Niagara looked completely lost for long stretches. RIT made several serious mistakes on which Niagara capitalized, and Niagara certainly continued battling, but there was a clear talent disparity.


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                  Niagara was "better" only in that RIT played so poorly. As healthy as the Eagles may have been, I wasn't impressed with their play overall. RIT gift-wrapped that series for them and handed it to them on a silver platter. They spent much of the game time in the NU zone either generating no shots despite possession, generating a bunch of long distance shots with no rebounds, or generating very few quality chances to speak of that they could not capitalize on with goals. Kudos to NU for hanging in there and taking advantage when given the opportunities, but this really was RIT's series to win or lose.
                  These last few seasons must be so frustrating for NU fans due in large part to injuries and resulting less talented teams, but if my team is going to have as bad a record as either of these two, I'd prefer it be because we know full well they're not talented or equipped to win very often. Even given the injuries, I contend that the Tigers have the ability to win but just didn't. Even when they lose they show flashes, periods, even entire games where they out-possess and even out-shoot the opponent by considerable margins but don't get rewarded for it.
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                  Always remember... This is just a game we're talking about here. Let's not take it all too seriously.

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                  • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                    For those complaining about goalie's, I think Coach knew it was not in good shape. 2 guys coming in next year:

                    Ian Andriano - Ottawa Jr. Senators CCHL - 2016/17 - 49 gp, 2.35 GAA, .913 Save %
                    Logan Drackett - Calgary Canucks AJHL - 2016/17 - 48 gp, 2.35 GAA, .918 Save %

                    For comparison, Rotolo + Short last year of juniors:
                    Rotolo - Green Bay Gamblers USHL - 12/13 - 25 gp, 2.85 GAA, .901 Save %
                    - Cedar Rapid Rough Riders USHL - 12/13 - 16 gp, 2.69 GAA, .905 Save %
                    Short - Surrey Eagles BCHL - 14/15 - 32 gp, 4.02 GAA, .897 Save %

                    Needless to say these 2 guys have similar to each other and better stats than Rotolo and Short in last year of Juniors, so hopefully they will be better As you can see looking at these stats, there's probably a reason Rotolo played over Short.



                    For my own humor... looked up Madolora.. and these guys have comparable stats to him:
                    Madolora - Omaha Lancers USHL - 07/08 - 20 GP, 2.41 GAA, .914 Save %
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                    • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                      Originally posted by TigerFan86-87 View Post
                      Players whose 4 years were 2010-11, 2011-12, 2012-13, and 2013-14 did not win a championship. AHC Championships were 2010, 2015, and 2016.

                      Not an argument against the coach by any means, just a correction... that is unless you were including the regular season championship they would have won in 2011 as Freshmen.
                      I included those
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                      • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                        Originally posted by RIT Winters View Post
                        The clearest talent disparity was in net.
                        Only in game 3. Teichroeb was nothing special in games 1 and 2, really. I certainly wouldn't have traded Rotolo for him overall.


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                        • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                          Originally posted by Zyklon View Post
                          2 guys coming in next year:

                          Ian Andriano - Ottawa Jr. Senators CCHL - 2016/17 - 49 gp, 2.35 GAA, .913 Save %
                          Logan Drackett - Calgary Canucks AJHL - 2016/17 - 48 gp, 2.35 GAA, .918 Save %
                          With near identical stats, and both being freshman, hopefully that'll push each of them to outperform the other for the starting job. Should be an interesting 1st half of the season next year.


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                          • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                            Originally posted by StimulisRK View Post
                            With near identical stats, and both being freshman, hopefully that'll push each of them to outperform the other for the starting job. Should be an interesting 1st half of the season next year.
                            Both look to be pretty strong, and have proven track records over the past 2 seasons. It should be interesting to see how each move through the playoffs.

                            Drackett was named AJHL goalie of the year, and was a finalist for league MVP. Here's the announcement from the league:
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                            Top Goaltender - Friends of AJHL Trophy

                            Calgary Canucks goaltender Logan Drackett is the 2016-2017 Top Goaltender and recipient of the Friends of AJHL Trophy. The Top Goaltender Award is presented to the goalie who demonstrated the greatest ability in his position throughout the season.

                            The 19 year-old goalie was a finalist for both the 2016-2017 AJHL Most Valuable Player Award and the AJHL Top Goaltender Award. Drackett is among the Top 5 AJHL Goaltenders with a 2.41 GAA and .917 save percentage. He has also recorded the third most shutouts (5), second most wins (28), and the second most minutes played (2,669) among all AJHL goaltenders.

                            Drackett (Calgary, AB) represented the AJHL at the 2016 World Junior A Challenge as a member of Team Canada West. He was a three-time recipient of the Alberta Ford Dealers AJHL Defensive Player of the Week Award in 2016-2017. Logan has also been recognized as the Viterra AJHL Star of the Game eight times in the regular season.

                            Logan Drackett was a finalist for the 2015-2016 Top Goaltender Award in his rookie season with the Canucks and was selected to both the 2015-2016 South Division All-Rookie Team and All-League Team.
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                            • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                              Looks like Burky is done at Niagara: http://atlantichockeyonline.com/news...313170848.aspx
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                              • Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2016-17: That was fun; let's go for three!

                                Jake Joffe (RW) committed for 2018-19.

                                http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=269104
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