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  • chiefs11
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    Originally posted by UMLFan View Post
    Lowell moves up to #5 in this week's rankings, garnering two #1 votes. I don't particularly care ... but I am impressed that Penn State is the #1 team in the country currently. Not bad for a program that just started this decade!
    Long live papa joe

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  • UMLFan
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    Lowell moves up to #5 in this week's rankings, garnering two #1 votes. I don't particularly care ... but I am impressed that Penn State is the #1 team in the country currently. Not bad for a program that just started this decade!

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  • ScottK
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    This is the 8th winning streak of 7+ games in Lowell's D1 history, and the 4th one in the last 5 seasons. It's the 3rd unbeaten streak of 8+ games in the school's D1 history, and the 3rd one in the last 5 seasons.

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  • chiefs11
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    Originally posted by UMLFan View Post
    They dominated the game (shots 37-15 I think). I'll take win #7 in a row overall.

    But the schedule gets a lot tougher next weekend.
    Big games big teams need wins

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  • UMLFan
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    They dominated the game (shots 37-15 I think). I'll take win #7 in a row overall.

    But the schedule gets a lot tougher next weekend.

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  • boblav1
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    Originally posted by riverchief1 View Post
    On the USCHO national stats page, Wall sits at 7th in country with a 1.89 GAA and a 14-4-1 record. Not too shabby for the freshman. In nine of his wins, he's got one shutout and only given up one goal in each of the other eight.

    With that though, that was lazy puck play behind the net last night that led to Amherst's lone goal.
    As Norm mentioned, it wasn't exactly their "A" game last night. They'll need to play much better against Providence.

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  • riverchief1
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    Originally posted by Middle Street View Post
    What source are you using for your box scores? According to Hockey East Wall was given a Loss in that Notre Dame game and the win at Dartmouth.

    ND box
    http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/...p?mndmuml1.n18
    Dartmouth box
    http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/...p?mdaruml1.d31

    Edit: Scott beat me to this post.
    On the USCHO national stats page, Wall sits at 7th in country with a 1.89 GAA and a 14-4-1 record. Not too shabby for the freshman. In nine of his wins, he's got one shutout and only given up one goal in each of the other eight.

    With that though, that was lazy puck play behind the net last night that led to Amherst's lone goal.

    Meanwhile over on that UMass hoops message board hockey thread (since all the Amherst fans have disappeared from USCHO), very little of substance on the game. Usually it's very entertaining to read the blather about "flagship this" and "flagship that" related to Lowell.
    Last edited by riverchief1; 01-15-2017, 09:41 AM.

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  • LTI Alum
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    Originally posted by Middle Street View Post
    What source are you using for your box scores? According to Hockey East Wall was given a Loss in that Notre Dame game and the win at Dartmouth.

    ND box
    http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/...p?mndmuml1.n18
    Dartmouth box
    http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/...p?mdaruml1.d31

    Edit: Scott beat me to this post.
    The riverbank official website, via USCHO, had Wall at 13-3 in the Stats section. I guess they are wrong, which makes sense. Thanks for clarifying.

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  • Middle Street
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    Originally posted by riverchief1 View Post
    Lowell up to fifth in pairwise. They seem to have turned it around after the UConn weekend which I think served as a wake up call. A sweep of Providence this coming weekend is much needed to stay within striking distance of BC but also to hopefully create some separation, or at least stay with, the logjam of teams in 2-7 place in the standings.

    Should be a great crowd Friday with the students back too.
    Lowell finishes NC play with an 8-2-2 record. Not bad at all!

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  • Middle Street
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    Originally posted by LTI Alum View Post
    For Stat geeks like me, please answer this. Why was Metcalf credited with a win at Dartmouth, when he was pulled at 3-3. Wall came in to save things and was in for the game winning goal? Metcalf 30:26 minutes, Wall 29:34 minutes.
    Then, why was Hernberg credited with a Loss at Notre Dame when he came in to mop up for Wall who had started and gave up 4 goals? Wall 48:22, Hernberg 11:36. It seems to me that Wall should have one more win and one more loss..
    What source are you using for your box scores? According to Hockey East Wall was given a Loss in that Notre Dame game and the win at Dartmouth.

    ND box
    http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/...p?mndmuml1.n18
    Dartmouth box
    http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/...p?mdaruml1.d31

    Edit: Scott beat me to this post.

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  • ScottK
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    Originally posted by LTI Alum View Post
    For Stat geeks like me, please answer this. Why was Metcalf credited with a win at Dartmouth, when he was pulled at 3-3. Wall came in to save things and was in for the game winning goal? Metcalf 30:26 minutes, Wall 29:34 minutes.
    Then, why was Hernberg credited with a Loss at Notre Dame when he came in to mop up for Wall who had started and gave up 4 goals? Wall 48:22, Hernberg 11:36. It seems to me that Wall should have one more win and one more loss..
    Wall was credited with both of those. http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/stat...s17.php?umlm29

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  • LTI Alum
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    For Stat geeks like me, please answer this. Why was Metcalf credited with a win at Dartmouth, when he was pulled at 3-3. Wall came in to save things and was in for the game winning goal? Metcalf 30:26 minutes, Wall 29:34 minutes.
    Then, why was Hernberg credited with a Loss at Notre Dame when he came in to mop up for Wall who had started and gave up 4 goals? Wall 48:22, Hernberg 11:36. It seems to me that Wall should have one more win and one more loss..

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  • boblav1
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    Game highlights. https://youtu.be/qmnKKusqxus

    A beautiful goal by Ryan Lohin off the faceoff for Lowell's first goal.

    Norm's post game press conference. https://youtu.be/t1_1Ei6djoE
    Last edited by boblav1; 01-15-2017, 09:02 AM.

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  • riverchief1
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    Lowell up to fifth in pairwise. They seem to have turned it around after the UConn weekend which I think served as a wake up call. A sweep of Providence this coming weekend is much needed to stay within striking distance of BC but also to hopefully create some separation, or at least stay with, the logjam of teams in 2-7 place in the standings.

    Should be a great crowd Friday with the students back too.

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  • Leecoffee9
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    Boblav1, thanks for posting this! That was unfortunate.
    Anyone catch all the 2-2 results from last night. Haha. I think that there were 6 games that ended 2-2.

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