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  • gwhinwi
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    I've created a new thread for the offseason here.

    https://fanforum.uscho.com/forum/college-hockey/men-s-division-i/3656822-wisconsin-offseason-2021-regression-to-the-mean

    Deleted the original post and added a '?' as requested.
    Last edited by gwhinwi; 04-15-2021, 03:58 PM.

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  • Timothy A
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    Jacob Martin made the US U18 team. I don't know where he is rated according to scouts, but him and Corson coming is good for quality @ D. Hopefully they play like McDonagh or McBain and not like Miller or Kalynuck in college.

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  • gwhinwi
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    In other news... it looks like email notifications are actually working since the forum downtime.

    So... that's... um... something?

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  • Timothy A
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    Originally posted by digitalbooya View Post
    Per Milewski, Baker/Inamoto/Ess to return for their 5th years.
    Baker was an important returner. Dude has a motor, if only he could actually score when he gets the chance, and he gets enough of them. Just the kind of grit guy they need/needed to stay.

    I was kinda hoping to move on from Inamoto and get to see the great development out of the young guys continue, but him being a 3rd pair guy/PKer would work. I am happy to see Ess back, kinda a quiet non flashy guy who you rarely see make a bad mistake. As long as Kehrer, Peltonen, Ess and Ceulemans play a ton I will be happy. Martin and Laatsch will get their chance the following year I guess, unless they can beat out Vorlicky to get on the 3rd pair. I doubt TG will play them ahead of Inamoto.

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  • GoBucky18
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    TBakes honestly makes me happy. That guy has improved and is absolitely a grit guy. We need those. Donovan leaving doesnt hurt. Ess is a program guy and Inamoto will block anything (even though he sometimes plays lazy unless in desperation). Blue liners teachin' up the youngins is huge in my opinion. Its almost like they inally figured it out!

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  • gwhinwi
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    Originally posted by WiscTJK View Post
    I have updated the spreadsheet with the players staying and leaving.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?pli=1#gid=0

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  • ExileOnDaytonStreet
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    This alters the returning G-P-GP to:

    36.4% 37.8% 65.4%

    And if I factor in the transfers (which I never factored in for TPB, Beydoun and Hayton, et al)

    44.9% 46.3% 70.6%

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  • WiscTJK
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    Originally posted by digitalbooya View Post

    Different teams, different coaching.

    For as much as people talk about other teams losing a bunch of players and still making the tournament I say: why not us?
    Because they haven't proven they can under Granato. Next year is critical IMO.....

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  • ExileOnDaytonStreet
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    Originally posted by digitalbooya View Post
    Per Milewski, Baker/Inamoto/Ess to return for their 5th years.
    Well that’s not boring. Should make for an interesting competition for the third pairing.

    Originally posted by digitalbooya View Post

    Different teams, different coaching.

    For as much as people talk about other teams losing a bunch of players and still making the tournament I say: why not us?
    Development? Hard to say. One interesting thing is how much returning scorers improve year over year. Would be interesting to see our numbers compared to theirs.

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  • WiscTJK
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    Originally posted by digitalbooya View Post
    Per Milewski, Baker/Inamoto/Ess to return for their 5th years.
    and Shay Donovan leaving.

    https://madison.com/wsj/sports/colle...ab3dd2daf.html

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  • digitalbooya
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    Originally posted by ExileOnDaytonStreet View Post

    If I’ve counted correctly, we’re losing something like 60% of our goals from last year. I’ll have to double check and see how many GP we’re losing as well.

    Its a level of goal scoring loss we’ve most recently seen after the 2006 title and the 2010 FF run. The following seasons didn’t go well.
    Different teams, different coaching.

    For as much as people talk about other teams losing a bunch of players and still making the tournament I say: why not us?

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  • digitalbooya
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    Per Milewski, Baker/Inamoto/Ess to return for their 5th years.

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  • ExileOnDaytonStreet
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    No, and that’s a good point.

    Still, thus far we only have one incoming transfer. It’s not going to make a <huge> difference.

    My original intent with that table was to compare how well incoming classes do <after> they arrive.

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  • Bonin21
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    Were the transfers factored in for returning points and games? I would factor them in even if they were at other schools just to see that side of it, too.

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  • Timothy A
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    One observation with EDOS's awesome chart is TG's had very decent returning games played yet he only once converted that into one season where they a factor. Hopefully he's got things figured out.

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