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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    As the great lyricist Joey Tempest once said...it's the Final Countdown: #10 - #1

    #10 - Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs
    Points: 167.4692
    Conference: NCHC
    2017-2018 Record: 25-16-3 Overall; 13-11-0 Conference (3rd)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in NCHC Semifinals; NCAA National Champions
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 36.9277 Points (Rank: 1)
    5-year Total: 55.9169 Points (Rank: 2)

    #9 - Maine Black Bears
    Points: 173.0615
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 18-16-4 Overall; 10-11-3 Conference (T5th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Hockey East Quarterfinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.3191 Points (Rank: 54)
    5-year Total: 0.9561 Points (Rank: 41)

    #8 - Michigan State Spartans
    Points: 232.2327
    Conference: Big Ten
    2017-2018 Record: 12-22-2 Overall; 6-16-2 Conference (7th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Big Ten Quarterfinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.3659 Points (Rank: 55)
    5-year Total: -1.4677 Points (Rank: 59)

    #7 - Wisconsin Badgers
    Points: 346.9779
    Conference: Big Ten
    2017-2018 Record: 14-19-4 Overall; 8-13-3 Conference (6th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Big Ten Quarterfinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.2574 Points (Rank: 52)
    5-year Total: 1.0638 Points (Rank: 39)

    #6 - Boston University Terriers
    Points: 382.9026
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 22-14-4 Overall; 12-8-4 Conference (4th)
    2017-2018 Results: Hockey East Tournament Champions; NCAA Northeast Regional Finalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 3.9849 Points (Rank: 6)
    5-year Total: 38.1309 Points (Rank: 4)

    #5 - Boston College Eagles
    Points: 383.4381
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 20-14-3 Overall; 18-6-0 Conference (1st)
    2017-2018 Results: Won Hockey East Regular Season Championship; Lost in Hockey East Semifinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 1.577 Points (Rank: 14)
    5-year Total: 22.6469 Points (Rank: 6)

    #4 - Denver Pioneers
    Points: 419.3337
    Conference: NCHC
    2017-2018 Record: 23-10-8 Overall; 12-6-6 Conference (2nd)
    2017-2018 Results: Won NCHC Tournament Championship; NCAA Midwest Regional Finalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 5.9302 Points (Rank: 3)
    5-year Total: 63.9015 Points (Rank: 1)

    #3 - Minnesota Golden Gophers
    Points: 444.6464
    Conference: Big Ten
    2017-2018 Record: 19-17-2 Overall; 10-12-2 Conference (5th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Big Ten Quarterfinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.1092 Points (Rank: 34)
    5-year Total: 12.6667 Points (Rank: 11)

    #2 - North Dakota Fighting Hawks
    Points: 507.6058
    Conference: NCHC
    2017-2018 Record: 17-13-10 Overall; 8-10-6 Conference (4th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in NCHC Semifinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.3816 Points (Rank: 56)
    5-year Total: 55.056 Points (Rank: 3)

    #1 - Michigan Wolverines
    Points: 508.4358
    Conference: Big Ten
    2017-2018 Record: 22-15-3 Overall; 11-10-3 Conference (3rd)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Big Ten Semifinals; NCAA National Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 4.1699 Points (Rank: 5)
    5-year Total: 14.9957 Points (Rank: 10)

    I also just realized that my "5-year Total" Points is actually just the last 4 years. I won't go back through and correct them all, as it still shows the program's general trend.

    Check back in next year for the 10th Anniversary thread...which also means that I'll have a 10-year trend to follow!

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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post


    Still better than "Missed NCAA Tournament"
    You are def a glass is half full guy

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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Ncaa regional semifinalist

    aka "one and done"


    Still better than "Missed NCAA Tournament"

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  • mookie1995
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    Ncaa regional semifinalist

    aka "one and done"

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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    And the programs that sit just on the outside looking in at the Top 10, #15-11:

    #15 - Harvard Crimson
    Points: 145.4594
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 15-14-4 Overall; 11-8-3 Conference (4th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in ECAC Semifinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.7811 Points (Rank: 19)
    5-year Total: 16.3957 Points (Rank: 9)

    #14 - Colorado College Tigers
    Points: 147.0792
    Conference: NCHC
    2017-2018 Record: 15-17-5 Overall; 8-12-4 Conference (T5th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in NCHC Quarterfinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.3999 Points (Rank: 24)
    5-year Total: -1.1087 Points (Rank: 58)

    #13 - Lake Superior State Lakers
    Points: 154.1845
    Conference: WCHA
    2017-2018 Record: 10-22-4 Overall; 8-17-3 Conference (9th)
    2017-2018 Results: Missed WCHA Tournament; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.4366 Points (Rank: 57)
    5-year Total: -0.9838 Points (Rank: 57)

    #12 - Cornell Big Red
    Points: 163.2471
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 25-6-2 Overall; 17-3-2 Conference (1st)
    2017-2018 Results: Won ECAC Regular Season Championship; Lost in ECAC Semifinals; NCAA Northeast Regional Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 3.8833 Points (Rank: 7)
    5-year Total: 4.2291 Points (Rank: 21)

    #11 - Michigan Tech Huskies
    Points: 167.0684
    Conference: WCHA
    2017-2018 Record: 22-17-5 Overall; 12-11-5 Conference (5th)
    2017-2018 Results: WCHA Tournament Champions; NCAA East Regional Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.4071 Points (Rank: 23)
    5-year Total: 5.187 Points (Rank: 19)

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  • Slap Shot
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    Originally posted by defkit View Post
    Nice!

    I think I asked many moons ago - you live in the Clark area? I lived there in PI when Clark and Subic were operational. Went to high school in Manila but went to the bases for sports events. The revolution was my during my senior year.
    Yes - technically in Angeles but I work at new office space they built at SM Clark. Been here since 2015 after first moving to Cavite in Aug 2014.

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  • defkit
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    Originally posted by Slap Shot View Post
    Wonder if he's ever tried the 'ol, "Don't sell yourself short judge. You're a tremendous slouch". I've heard it's a great ice-breaker.
    Nice!

    I think I asked many moons ago - you live in the Clark area? I lived there in PI when Clark and Subic were operational. Went to high school in Manila but went to the bases for sports events. The revolution was my during my senior year.

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  • Slap Shot
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    Originally posted by burd View Post
    Do them while the judge reads jury instructions. Everyone will be asleep.
    Wonder if he's ever tried the 'ol, "Don't sell yourself short judge. You're a tremendous slouch". I've heard it's a great ice-breaker.

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  • burd
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    Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    Just a quick update, I'll be posting #15-11 next weekend, and then the Top 10 the following weekend. I've been in back-to-back trials the last couple weeks, but we should finish up the second one this week.
    Do them while the judge reads jury instructions. Everyone will be asleep.

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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    Just a quick update, I'll be posting #15-11 next weekend, and then the Top 10 the following weekend. I've been in back-to-back trials the last couple weeks, but we should finish up the second one this week.

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  • Ralph Baer
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    Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    Correct. And if I had transposed them they would have been green before the correction, which is why they lost points following the correction.
    I understand it now.

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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    As usual, I am confused. RPI's historic NCAA Tournament record is in the red, so if you transpose it, I would expect them to get more, not fewer points.
    Correct. And if I had transposed them they would have been green before the correction, which is why they lost points following the correction.

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  • Ralph Baer
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    Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    *There was a data entry correction following the 2014-2015 season for RPI (I believe I had transposed their NCAA Tournament win-loss-tie record) that resulted in about a 3-4 point loss. The Engineers are still probably down a bit over the past 5 seasons, but more likely along the lines of a -1 to -1.5...which would still probably put them in the bottom 2-3 in the country.
    As usual, I am confused. RPI's historic NCAA Tournament record is in the red, so if you transpose it, I would expect them to get more, not fewer points.

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  • Fighting Sioux 23
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    And we begin the final third, here are #20-16:

    #20 - Bowling Green Falcons
    Points: 82.4437
    Conference: WCHA
    2017-2018 Record: 23-12-6 Overall; 17-6-5 Conference (3rd)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in WCHA Semifinals; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.9886 Points (Rank: 17)
    5-year Total: 1.9733 Points (Rank: 29)

    #19 - Providence Friars
    Points: 86.2489
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 24-12-4 Overall; 13-7-4 Conference (3rd)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Hockey East Championship; NCAA East Regional Finalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 3.1415 Points (Rank: 9)
    5-year Total: 37.5636 Points (Rank: 5)

    #18 - New Hampshire Wildcats
    Points: 88.4274
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 10-20-6 Overall; 5-14-5 Conference (11th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Hockey East First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.2944 Points (Rank: 53)
    5-year Total: 4.8323 Points (Rank: 20)

    #17 - Rensselaer Engineers
    Points: 100.2667
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 6-27-4 Overall; 4-16-2 Conference (11th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in ECAC First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.4563 Points (Rank: 58)
    5-year Total: -4.1054 Points (Rank: 60*)

    #16 - Clarkson Golden Knights
    Points: 131.0266
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 23-11-6 Overall; 12-5-5 Conference (3rd)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in ECAC Championship; NCAA East Regional Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 1.8115 Points (Rank: 12)
    5-year Total: 3.0071 Points (Rank: 25)

    *There was a data entry correction following the 2014-2015 season for RPI (I believe I had transposed their NCAA Tournament win-loss-tie record) that resulted in about a 3-4 point loss. The Engineers are still probably down a bit over the past 5 seasons, but more likely along the lines of a -1 to -1.5...which would still probably put them in the bottom 2-3 in the country.

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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    SLU was #60 and QU #59, and I thought that it was impossible to do worse than RPI last year. I wonder if the ECAC swept the bottom 3.
    Should find out soon?

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