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  • #46
    Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

    Hyped for tomorrow!

    The Russian flag I got for the Den came in on Thursday so that's cool I guess.

    Really looking forward to seeing the newcomers.
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    • #47
      Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

      Also a bit of closure: Cameron Klein, who left UVM after his freshman year last year having not played in a single game, is now playing club hockey at NYU.
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      • #48
        Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

        Game day!
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        • #49
          Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

          Originally posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
          Game day!
          FINALLY!

          Just hoping nobody gets hurt today. Won't forget watching this team lose Kyle Reynolds for the season during a game against Ottawa a few years back. Any idea what the goalie split will be?

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          • #50
            Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

            Originally posted by CatClass08 View Post
            FINALLY!

            Just hoping nobody gets hurt today. Won't forget watching this team lose Kyle Reynolds for the season during a game against Ottawa a few years back. Any idea what the goalie split will be?
            I'd imagine one period for each
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            • #51
              Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

              Colton went off the ice in a lot of pain at the end of the first period. Maybe a left arm injury? His face was bright red

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              • #52
                Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                Back on ice for the 2nd

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                • #53
                  Originally posted by j24vt View Post
                  Back on ice for the 2nd
                  Any idea where Bowen was? Best chemistry was the Misley/Vlad line.

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                  • #54
                    Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                    Originally posted by VTALUM View Post
                    Any idea where Bowen was? Best chemistry was the Misley/Vlad line.
                    No clue, hopefully it's just a minor knock or something.

                    But holy smokes we looked great tonight, great puck movement and lots of offensive zone time after some beginning of season sloppiness. Let's hope we can keep it up against Handpass College.
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                    • #55
                      Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                      Random thoughts in no order
                      - Sneddon said the Bowen is day-to-day in the post game interview.
                      - This team should score a lot of goals. There are probably 5 solid lines and the freshmen should to raise the level of competition across the board. Sounds like Sneddon has a couple of pretty set lines in mind and and the third and fourth lines are wide open and will probably change game to game.
                      - Harmon played well in relief of Lekkas. He swallows shots with his pads. Lekkas, on the other hand, needs to work on controlling rebounds and not directing them into the slot
                      - The power play and penalty kill were virtually indistinguishable. I'm guessing they will be working on the PP is week.
                      - Owen Grant skates really well.
                      - Misley, Cowans, Esposito, Kaufman, and Dzhioshvilli are fast.
                      - Coughlin's shot that went off the goal post probably dented it. Scoring off his own rebound was a thing of beauty.
                      - I tried keeping track of the lines but gave up because I think the coaches were pulling names out of a hat
                      Last edited by j24vt; 10-01-2017, 08:50 PM.

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                      • #56
                        Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                        Originally posted by j24vt View Post
                        Random thoughts in no order
                        - Sneddon said the Bowen is day-to-day in the post game interview.
                        - This team should score a lot of goals. There are probably 5 solid lines and the freshmen should to raise the level of competition across the board. Sounds like Sneddon has a couple of pretty set lines in mind and and the third and fourth lines are wide open and will probably change game to game.
                        - Harmon played well in relief of Lekkas. He swallows shots with his pads. Lekkas, on the other hand, needs to work on controlling rebounds and not directing them into the slot
                        - The power play and penalty kill were virtually indistinguishable. I'm guessing they will be working on the PP is week.
                        - Owen Grant skates really well.
                        - Misley, Cowans, Esposito, Kaufman, and Dzhioshvilli are fast.
                        - O'Neil's shot that went off the goal post probably dented it. Scoring off his own rebound was a thing of beauty.
                        - I tried keeping track of the lines but gave up because I think the coaches were pulling names out of a hat
                        It was Coughlin that scored off his own rebound, not O'Neil - O'Neil's goal was that beautiful bullet of a shot from the left wing.

                        I'll have some thoughts on the blog later.
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                        • #57
                          Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                          Originally posted by j24vt View Post
                          Random thoughts in no order
                          - Sneddon said the Bowen is day-to-day in the post game interview.
                          - This team should score a lot of goals. There are probably 5 solid lines and the freshmen should to raise the level of competition across the board. Sounds like Sneddon has a couple of pretty set lines in mind and and the third and fourth lines are wide open and will probably change game to game.
                          - Harmon played well in relief of Lekkas. He swallows shots with his pads. Lekkas, on the other hand, needs to work on controlling rebounds and not directing them into the slot
                          - The power play and penalty kill were virtually indistinguishable. I'm guessing they will be working on the PP is week.
                          - Owen Grant skates really well.
                          - Misley, Cowans, Esposito, Kaufman, and Dzhioshvilli are fast.
                          - O'Neil's shot that went off the goal post probably dented it. Scoring off his own rebound was a thing of beauty.
                          - I tried keeping track of the lines but gave up because I think the coaches were pulling names out of a hat
                          Also for the PP being "indistinguishable from the PK"...we scored on it three times :O
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                          • #58
                            Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                            Fixed the goal reference

                            The PP gave up way too many odd man rushes because of the defense getting caught pinching in. Ross Colton should NEVER be the only defender on a 4 on 1 rush.

                            On the PK the forwards are collapsing back on the goalie too much and leaving the points wide open.

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                            • #59
                              Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                              Originally posted by j24vt View Post
                              Fixed the goal reference

                              The PP gave up way too many odd man rushes because of the defense getting caught pinching in. Ross Colton should NEVER be the only defender on a 4 on 1 rush.

                              On the PK the forwards are collapsing back on the goalie too much and leaving the points wide open.
                              That's true re: the PP. Although part of it was UVM using four forwards on the PP for the first time I can remember. They had Darrar on the point with MOD
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                              • #60
                                Re: UVM 2017/18: A Gutt Check

                                Originally posted by TovarishchLisa View Post
                                That's true re: the PP. Although part of it was UVM using four forwards on the PP for the first time I can remember. They had Darrar on the point with MOD
                                They have used forwards on the point on the PP quite a bit in the past. Puskarich last year comes to mind. I think it came about because of a lack of offensive defense men.
                                Last edited by j24vt; 10-02-2017, 07:47 AM.

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