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  • Middle Street
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    Re: 2016/2016 Lowell Thread: Hoping for Chicago

    WCAP has a new website and has begun to publish Norm's weekly interviews. They've posted today's interview as well as two others going back to the start of the 2nd half of the season. The links are below:
    Jan 12th
    Jan 5th
    Dec 29th

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  • Middle Street
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    Originally posted by UMLFan View Post
    Too bad, but not a huge surprise since neither see the ice. Best of luck to the two young men.
    I'm not surprised to hear about Townsend, but I am a little surprised about Hough. He had some good games last season and coming into this year I was thinking he might be more of a regular contributor.
    Last edited by Middle Street; 01-12-2017, 12:27 PM.

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  • UMLFan
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    Originally posted by ScottK View Post
    Gage Hough and Jake Townsend have both left the team.
    Too bad, but not a huge surprise since neither see the ice. Best of luck to the two young men.

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  • ScottK
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    Gage Hough and Jake Townsend have both left the team.

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  • UML Puck Hawk
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    Bump.

    Game still at 7

    Road to the Garden night is Feb 10 hosting BU

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  • UML Puck Hawk
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    Anyways, Frozen Fenway was pushed up on Saturday. Hopefully Zoomass takes the hint

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  • BUtogether
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    Originally posted by UML Puck Hawk View Post
    You say that like anyone out there cares
    Nobody does...just like your posts

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  • UML Puck Hawk
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    Originally posted by riverchief1 View Post
    Poor decision. Mullins will be even emptier than usual.
    You say that like anyone out there cares

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  • riverchief1
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    Originally posted by ScottK View Post
    I've been told that the game time for Saturday will not be changing.
    Poor decision. Mullins will be even emptier than usual.

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  • ScottK
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    I've been told that the game time for Saturday will not be changing.

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

    Originally posted by Patman View Post
    I like that it's "is just 9-8-0..."

    Means we've been doing a lot of winning!
    There's only 3 teams that Lowell has faced at least 5 times under Norm where they have a losing record:

    Connecticut 3-5-1
    Boston College 4-7-2
    Quinnipiac 1-3-1

    Overall, they are 138-62-21 since Norm took over. The 138 wins over that span is the 4th most in the nation, behind BC, North Dakota, and Quinnipiac. So yes, they've been doing a lot of winning.

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  • Patman
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    Originally posted by ScottK View Post
    Only 2 of the last 17 games between these teams have gone to OT, and that includes the 3OT game at the Garden the last time they met. And before you ask, only 5 of those 17 were 1-goal games. The majority of the games vs PC since Norm has taken over have been decided by 2-3 goals (or more). Lowell is just 9-8-0 vs PC under Norm.

    I like that it's "is just 9-8-0..."

    Means we've been doing a lot of winning!

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

    Originally posted by gochiefs
    The games vs Providence are always tough. Numerous games vs them have gone to OT in the past.
    Only 2 of the last 17 games between these teams have gone to OT, and that includes the 3OT game at the Garden the last time they met. And before you ask, only 5 of those 17 were 1-goal games. The majority of the games vs PC since Norm has taken over have been decided by 2-3 goals (or more). Lowell is just 9-8-0 vs PC under Norm.

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  • boblav1
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    Originally posted by Dan View Post
    And Foley for the USA.

    PC was missing 8 goals and 18 points, while Denver was missing 28 goals and 64 points. As someone who has seen Denver quite a bit this year - I think it would surprise most people to learn how average they have been offensively. And without those three, they are EXTREMELY limited...

    Denver is still solid with a stable of strong skating defensive forwards, a great D and two top of the line goalies - and I'd only expect PC to get better in the second half - but it's certainly not the DU team BU saw, for example...
    Thanks, forgot about Foley. Expecting a very tough series with the Friars in a couple of weeks.

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  • Dan
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    Originally posted by boblav1 View Post
    Kasper Björkqvist played for Finland.
    And Foley for the USA.

    PC was missing 8 goals and 18 points, while Denver was missing 28 goals and 64 points. As someone who has seen Denver quite a bit this year - I think it would surprise most people to learn how average they have been offensively. And without those three, they are EXTREMELY limited...

    Denver is still solid with a stable of strong skating defensive forwards, a great D and two top of the line goalies - and I'd only expect PC to get better in the second half - but it's certainly not the DU team BU saw, for example...

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