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

    Originally posted by UMICH View Post
    He's mad because Coach Pearson left his podunk school in the middle of nowhere for the pristine university in Ann Arbor Michigan. Just like I told him long ago..
    Was I happy when Marv Peterson took the job at Tech? Yes.

    Was I happy with the program's turnaround when he was there? Yes

    Was I disappointed when Marv left to go back to Skunktown? Yes

    Was I happy with the hiring of Joe Shawhan to replace Marv? At the time I didn't know what to expect. Now I am very happy with Dr. Sanregret's choice.

    Do I think the program is better poised to have success in the future with Joe instead of Marv? Yes

    And finally, am I mad that Marv left? Absolutely not.

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

    Originally posted by omahasioux1 View Post
    Not sure what your point is.
    Join the club. Nobody is really sure.

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

    Originally posted by omahasioux1 View Post
    Not sure what your point is.
    He's mad because Coach Pearson left his podunk school in the middle of nowhere for the pristine university in Ann Arbor Michigan. Just like I told him long ago..

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  • omahasioux1
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    Originally posted by Fighting Sioux 23 View Post
    And rounding out the bottom half, we have #35-31:

    #35 - Brown Bears
    Points: 22.6443
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 8-19-4 Overall; 7-14-1 Conference (10th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in ECAC First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.0636 Points (Rank: 38)
    5-year Total: 1.1466 Points (Rank: 36)

    #34 - Massachusetts Lowell Riverhawks
    Points: 23.9804
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 17-19-0 Overall; 11-13-0 Conference (7th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Hockey East First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.0579 Points (Rank: 39)
    5-year Total: 6.0816 Points (Rank: 18)

    #33 - Ohio State Buckeyes
    Points: 26.0193
    Conference: Big Ten
    2017-2018 Record: 26-10-5 Overall; 14-8-2 Conference (2nd)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Big Ten Championship; NCAA National Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 5.6184 Points (Rank: 4)
    5-year Total: 6.7772 Points (Rank: 15)

    #32 - St. Cloud State Huskies
    Points: 32.1735
    Conference: NCHC
    2017-2018 Record: 25-9-6 Overall; 16-4-4 Conference (1st)
    2017-2018 Results: Won NCHC Regular Season Championship; Lost in NCHC Championship; NCAA West Regional Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 2.7079 Points (Rank: 10)
    5-year Total: 7.1078 Points (Rank: 13)

    #31 - Colgate Raiders
    Points: 33.299
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 17-17-6 Overall; 10-9-3 Conference (T5th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in ECAC Quarterfinal; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 1.0361 Points (Rank: 16)
    5-year Total: 1.3783 Points (Rank: 32)
    St. Cloud middle of the pack surprised me.

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  • omahasioux1
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    Originally posted by UMICH View Post
    And the winner for the disgruntled D-2 fan is....
    Not sure what your point is.

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

    And rounding out the bottom half, we have #35-31:

    #35 - Brown Bears
    Points: 22.6443
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 8-19-4 Overall; 7-14-1 Conference (10th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in ECAC First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.0636 Points (Rank: 38)
    5-year Total: 1.1466 Points (Rank: 36)

    #34 - Massachusetts Lowell Riverhawks
    Points: 23.9804
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 17-19-0 Overall; 11-13-0 Conference (7th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Hockey East First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.0579 Points (Rank: 39)
    5-year Total: 6.0816 Points (Rank: 18)

    #33 - Ohio State Buckeyes
    Points: 26.0193
    Conference: Big Ten
    2017-2018 Record: 26-10-5 Overall; 14-8-2 Conference (2nd)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Big Ten Championship; NCAA National Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 5.6184 Points (Rank: 4)
    5-year Total: 6.7772 Points (Rank: 15)

    #32 - St. Cloud State Huskies
    Points: 32.1735
    Conference: NCHC
    2017-2018 Record: 25-9-6 Overall; 16-4-4 Conference (1st)
    2017-2018 Results: Won NCHC Regular Season Championship; Lost in NCHC Championship; NCAA West Regional Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 2.7079 Points (Rank: 10)
    5-year Total: 7.1078 Points (Rank: 13)

    #31 - Colgate Raiders
    Points: 33.299
    Conference: ECAC
    2017-2018 Record: 17-17-6 Overall; 10-9-3 Conference (T5th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in ECAC Quarterfinal; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 1.0361 Points (Rank: 16)
    5-year Total: 1.3783 Points (Rank: 32)

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

    Originally posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    And when RPI won in 1954, they defeated Michigan in the semis keeping them from winning six in a row. Then they defeated another overrated and overconfident team in OT in the finals. (I forget whom. )
    Great observations, Ralph. And Harkness being on the bench adds another interesting angle.

    btw, FS23: Thanks to you and your team for doing this again.
    Last edited by burd; 08-01-2018, 08:01 AM.

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  • Ralph Baer
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    Re: The Greatest Programs of All-Time: #1 - #60

    Originally posted by burd View Post
    RPI has won two, but one was back in the 50s, so you are right to ask that question.

    RPI and UMich peaked together in the 50s.
    And when RPI won in 1954, they defeated Michigan in the semis keeping them from winning six in a row. Then they defeated another overrated and overconfident team in OT in the finals. (I forget whom. )

    Although I was alive in 1954, I did not pay any attention to hockey at the time.

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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by UMICH View Post
    And the winner for the disgruntled D-2 dan is....
    D D D

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

    Originally posted by MTUHuskies View Post
    As a football helmet they are bad. As a hockey helmet they are hideous. It's too bad they have no problem promoting themselves as a football school that happens to have a few students that like to skate. Most of the B1G has that problem. Notre Dame, OSU, Penn State are all just as bad. They certainly win the Ugly Helmet Conference title.

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    And the winner for the disgruntled D-2 fan is....
    Last edited by UMICH; 08-05-2018, 08:12 PM.

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

    Originally posted by defkit View Post
    Has RPI won 2? I didn't think so, but I could be wrong.
    RPI has won two, but one was back in the 50s, so you are right to ask that question.

    RPI and UMich peaked together in the 50s.

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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by defkit View Post
    Has RPI won 2? I didn't think so, but I could be wrong.

    I am by no means a Michigan fan, but they certainly had many years knocking on the door (FF) besides the two they won in 96 and 98.
    Yup; those two teams were loaded with future NHL HOFers. Hard to believe, eh?

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

    Originally posted by burd View Post
    Winning banners is what got UMich its rating. By that standard, since 1964 (before most posters here were born), the following teams have been better than UMich: UND, DU, UW, UMinn, BC, BU, LSSU, and MSU. The following have been just as good as UMich: Rensselaer, MTU, Cornell, Maine, and UMD.

    The UM hockey program is an 8 track tape player.

    Sorry, FS23, for mucking around in your thread, which is respected by all. Off season, you know.
    Has RPI won 2? I didn't think so, but I could be wrong.

    I am by no means a Michigan fan, but they certainly had many years knocking on the door (FF) besides the two they won in 96 and 98.

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

    We're to the middle third, and here is #40-36

    #40 - Minnesota State Mankato Mavericks
    Points: 10.9845
    Conference: WCHA
    2017-2018 Record: 29-10-1 Overall; 22-5-1 Conference (1st)
    2017-2018 Results: WCHA Regular Season Champions; Lost in WCHA Semifinal; NCAA West Regional Semifinalist
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 2.2695 Points (Rank: 11)
    5-year Total: 6.3397 Points (Rank: 16)

    #39 - Nebraska Omaha Mavericks
    Points: 11.2579
    Conference: NCHC
    2017-2018 Record: 17-17-2 Overall; 10-13-1 Conference (T5th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in NCHC Quarterfinal; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.2236 Points (Rank: 25)
    5-year Total: 6.1974 Points (Rank: 17)

    #38 - RIT Tigers
    Points: 11.2602
    Conference: Atlantic Hockey
    2017-2018 Record: 15-20-2 Overall; 13-14-1 Conference (T6th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Atlantic Hockey First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.0396 Points (Rank: 50)
    5-year Total: 1.8541 Points (Rank: 30)

    #37 - Bemidji State Beavers
    Points: 14.9977
    Conference: WCHA
    2017-2018 Record: 16-14-8 Overall; 13-9-6 Conference (4th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in WCHA Quarterfinal; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: 0.1804 Points (Rank: 28)
    5-year Total: 2.6808 Points (Rank: 26)

    #36 - Vermont Catamounts
    Points: 18.7137
    Conference: Hockey East
    2017-2018 Record: 10-20-7 Overall; 6-12-6 Conference (9th)
    2017-2018 Results: Lost in Hockey East First Round; Missed NCAA Tournament
    Point Difference from 2016-2017: -0.0245 Points (Rank: 47)
    5-year Total: 1.2918 Points (Rank: 34)

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

    As a football helmet they are bad. As a hockey helmet they are hideous. It's too bad they have no problem promoting themselves as a football school that happens to have a few students that like to skate. Most of the B1G has that problem. Notre Dame, OSU, Penn State are all just as bad. They certainly win the Ugly Helmet Conference title.

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