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  • mookie1995
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    mookie read that box score right??? fortunato with 2, and the last coming with 2sec left?

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  • Friend_of_BU_Hockey
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    Originally posted by Scarlet View Post
    That sucked.
    One of the more frustrating losses in recent years. Between the timing of the GWG, Oettinger allowing a very soft 1st goal, BU not able to get a go-ahead goal in 3rd despite throwing everything at QU's way, and the job Shea/Gravellese did officiating the game...

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  • Scarlet
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    That sucked.

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  • chickod
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    Originally posted by srsterrier View Post
    Did anyone else notice that earlier today HockeyEastOnLine posted BU winning 5-2 with a full box score but then removed it?
    Well, that was a bad omen.

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  • srsterrier
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    Did anyone else notice that earlier today HockeyEastOnLine posted BU winning 5-2 with a full box score but then removed it?

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  • Sean Pickett
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    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
    since that empty hanger opened, the boys have been awful with home games
    While I have been disappointed with the team's home record the past season and a half (0.500 in the regular season) and I would have liked their home record since HAA opened (0.646) to be similar to their record at WBA (0.723), it is not awful. Furthermore, BU's home games "problem" did not begin when HAA opened, but during the 1998-99 season, when they had their first losing season at WBA since the 1979-80 season. While BU didn't have another losing season at WBA, their winning percentage over the final 6 1/2 seasons was 0.638, worse than their record at HAA. I also researched all 60 DI teams' home records since HAA opened (the 2004-05 season) and over those 15 seasons BU's record at HAA is ninth best. If you look just at wins BU is 12th, winning 58.5% of all games played at HAA since it opened.

    FYI, the women's team has a 0.750 winning percentage, 70% wins, at HAA (from an admittedly small sample size of 10 games) and a 0.677 winning percentage, 62.8% wins, at WBA.

    Sean
    Last edited by Sean Pickett; 01-18-2019, 05:16 PM.

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  • QUAlum2004
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    Weekend Preview: Boston University Terriers

    http://www.bobcatshockeyblog.com/201...niversity.html

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  • Scarlet
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    Changed to a 5pm start.

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  • Bomber
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    I'm seeing 10pm to 7am as the worst of the storm, but light snow could start around 7pm Saturday.

    I could make a 1pm game. Do it!!!

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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by Friend_of_BU_Hockey View Post
    Agreed. Would expect a decision by end of today. If start time moved up, 4pm or 5pm would seem reasonable.
    Making them go back to CT early is just plain mean....

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  • Friend_of_BU_Hockey
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    Originally posted by brassbonanza View Post
    1. Wouldn't shock me if they move the QU game back to the afternoon on Saturday given the impending weather, so QU can get home.
    Agreed. Would expect a decision by end of today. If start time moved up, 4pm or 5pm would seem reasonable.

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  • brassbonanza
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    1. Wouldn't shock me if they move the QU game back to the afternoon on Saturday given the impending weather, so QU can get home.

    2. The two lit up Agganis Arena logos that hang on the external facade of the arena facing Comm Ave have been taken down this week.

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  • Rogie21
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    Chaser!!!

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  • defkit
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    Originally posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Jordan Greenway - Brady Tkachuk - Bobo Carpenter
    Hank Crone - Clayton Keller - Kole Sherwood
    Patrick Harper - Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson - Shane Bowers
    Logan Cockerill - Joel Farabee - Keifer Bellows
    ---------------------------------------------------------

    Dante Fabbro - Chad Krys
    Charlie Mcavoy - David Farrance
    Cameron Crotty - Kasper Kotkansalo
    ------------------------------------------------------

    Jake Oettinger
    Interesting that only 5 of 12 forwards are here now, but all but one of the d is.

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  • mookie1995
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    Originally posted by brassbonanza View Post
    Pretty solid lineup after winning three straight national titles with Jack Eichel before he graduated.
    Too bad it wasn't 4

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