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  • Gate83
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    Saw coach Vaughn yesterday, he's excited to get going. Says we're going to love the new goalie... may go over & tailgate at '65 before retreating to watch at home!

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  • sshablak
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    Game has been changed to 4:00 PM per USCHO and ESPN+ schedules.

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  • Wicked Slappaahs
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    Originally posted by iowabasedtraveler View Post
    Shabby, I hate to nit-pick but GPS just read two hours and 55 minutes or 143 miles. That is arena to arena.
    All that is assuming dry pavement (no weather), no deer strikes and that you're not trapped behind a milk tanker..... ha ha

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  • sshablak
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    You have to dodge horny deer, they're in rut now !! My friends hit a 250# bear on rte 26 last weekend, about five miles north of Rome.

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  • iowabasedtraveler
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    Shabby, I hate to nit-pick but GPS just read two hours and 55 minutes or 143 miles. That is arena to arena.

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  • sshablak
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    It's only three hours by vehicle.

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  • Rightnut
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    Originally posted by Wicked Slappaahs View Post

    I'll stand corrected, but I believe the idea is to minimize the use of hotels, restaurants, shops ,etc whenever they can, in an effort to limit community exposures. You are certainly right that its a lot of travel for a single game.
    That is correct. They don't want any overnight stays at hotels etc.

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  • Wicked Slappaahs
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    Originally posted by ColSkate65 View Post
    Curious about why we would play SLU up there on 1/1/21 then host them at '65 Arena on 1/3/21? With all the emphasis on minimal travel during these pandemic times, why not have both games at Canton? Since no fans are allowed to attend games, what's the reason? Seems like a waste for SLU to travel all the way down to Hammy for essentially a meaningless game.
    I'll stand corrected, but I believe the idea is to minimize the use of hotels, restaurants, shops ,etc whenever they can, in an effort to limit community exposures. You are certainly right that its a lot of travel for a single game.

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  • ColSkate65
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    Curious about why we would play SLU up there on 1/1/21 then host them at '65 Arena on 1/3/21? With all the emphasis on minimal travel during these pandemic times, why not have both games at Canton? Since no fans are allowed to attend games, what's the reason? Seems like a waste for SLU to travel all the way down to Hammy for essentially a meaningless game.

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  • Wicked Slappaahs
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    Originally posted by iowabasedtraveler View Post
    Finally, we are getting some answers...

    Dear Former Colgate Student-Athletes, Families, and Friends,

    On the heels of last week’s encouraging news about the Patriot League Council of Presidents endorsement of a plan for a men’s and women’s basketball league schedule for the 2020–21 season, beginning on Saturday, Jan. 2, the Colgate men’s and women’s hockey programs have announced the start of competition for the 2020–21 campaign with nonconference matchups beginning this Friday, Nov. 20, contingent on meeting testing and other health and safety standards. While the women’s hockey program is slated to compete against in-state rival Syracuse for a home-and-home series, the men’s hockey program faces ECAC foe Clarkson to kick off its season at Class of 1965 Arena.
    • Friday, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. – Women’s Hockey at Syracuse
    • Saturday, Nov. 21 at 4 p.m. – Women’s Hockey vs. Syracuse
    • Sunday, Nov. 22 at 4 p.m. – Men’s Hockey vs. Clarkson

    Friday’s game marks the first official game of the 2020–21 season for Colgate Athletics after the suspension of competition on March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    At this time, all competition will take place without spectators due to state limitations on venue capacities, but all games will be available to watch online. While the women’s hockey game at Syracuse can be streamed live through Cuse.com, the two Raider home games will be available within the United States on ESPN+ and on ECAC Hockey’s Stretch Internet platform for international viewers. Direct links will be available on the women’s hockey and men’s hockey schedule pages in the days to come.

    Both teams will participate in additional non-conference matchups in advance of a start to the ECAC Hockey season in January. The non-conference schedule currently includes four games for both the men’s and women’s teams. In addition to those listed above, the following games are currently on the docket.
    • Friday, Nov. 27 at 4 p.m. – Women’s Hockey vs. Sacred Heart
    • Saturday, Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. – Women’s Hockey vs. Sacred Heart
    • Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 3 p.m. – Men’s Hockey at Clarkson
    • Friday, Jan. 1 – Men’s Hockey vs. St. Lawrence
    • Sunday, Jan. 3 – Men’s Hockey at St. Lawrence

    Be sure to stay tuned to GoColgateRaiders.com in the coming weeks for any updates to the schedule as well as more information about the league schedules, as they become available. Thank you for your support of Colgate Hockey and all of our programs, allowing us to continue to compete for championships in every field and every arena, even in these challenging times.

    Sincerely,
    Nicki Moore
    Vice President and Director of Athletics
    Glad to hear that 'Gate is forging ahead....I'm happy for the athletes, who have done their part to make it possible.

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  • iowabasedtraveler
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    Finally, we are getting some answers...

    Dear Former Colgate Student-Athletes, Families, and Friends,

    On the heels of last week’s encouraging news about the Patriot League Council of Presidents endorsement of a plan for a men’s and women’s basketball league schedule for the 2020–21 season, beginning on Saturday, Jan. 2, the Colgate men’s and women’s hockey programs have announced the start of competition for the 2020–21 campaign with nonconference matchups beginning this Friday, Nov. 20, contingent on meeting testing and other health and safety standards. While the women’s hockey program is slated to compete against in-state rival Syracuse for a home-and-home series, the men’s hockey program faces ECAC foe Clarkson to kick off its season at Class of 1965 Arena.
    • Friday, Nov. 20 at 6 p.m. – Women’s Hockey at Syracuse
    • Saturday, Nov. 21 at 4 p.m. – Women’s Hockey vs. Syracuse
    • Sunday, Nov. 22 at 4 p.m. – Men’s Hockey vs. Clarkson

    Friday’s game marks the first official game of the 2020–21 season for Colgate Athletics after the suspension of competition on March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

    At this time, all competition will take place without spectators due to state limitations on venue capacities, but all games will be available to watch online. While the women’s hockey game at Syracuse can be streamed live through Cuse.com, the two Raider home games will be available within the United States on ESPN+ and on ECAC Hockey’s Stretch Internet platform for international viewers. Direct links will be available on the women’s hockey and men’s hockey schedule pages in the days to come.

    Both teams will participate in additional non-conference matchups in advance of a start to the ECAC Hockey season in January. The non-conference schedule currently includes four games for both the men’s and women’s teams. In addition to those listed above, the following games are currently on the docket.
    • Friday, Nov. 27 at 4 p.m. – Women’s Hockey vs. Sacred Heart
    • Saturday, Nov. 28 at 2 p.m. – Women’s Hockey vs. Sacred Heart
    • Wednesday, Dec. 23 at 3 p.m. – Men’s Hockey at Clarkson
    • Friday, Jan. 1 – Men’s Hockey vs. St. Lawrence
    • Sunday, Jan. 3 – Men’s Hockey at St. Lawrence

    Be sure to stay tuned to GoColgateRaiders.com in the coming weeks for any updates to the schedule as well as more information about the league schedules, as they become available. Thank you for your support of Colgate Hockey and all of our programs, allowing us to continue to compete for championships in every field and every arena, even in these challenging times.

    Sincerely,
    Nicki Moore
    Vice President and Director of Athletics

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  • Joe McGrath
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    Originally posted by Wicked Slappaahs View Post
    RPI pulled the plug yesterday and rumblings are that Union will follow suit today. What's the latest in Hamilton, will the CCT game be held on Sun ?
    More good news. Here's the Union update

    https://unionathletics.com/news/2020...ey-season.aspx

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  • Rightnut
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    Originally posted by Wicked Slappaahs View Post

    Understood Iowa. Seems to be a common theme in the ECAC re: the secrecy and the hockey decision, certainly was the case at RPI... i.e. "....Fans and supporters shall be the last to know.'
    Colgate women play a home and home with Syracuse this weekend so I don't see why the Clarkson game would not go forward.

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  • Wicked Slappaahs
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    Originally posted by iowabasedtraveler View Post
    Wicked, the ‘gate faithful will find out on Monday via a FAX whether the Clarkson at Colgate game was played on Sunday. “Thank you for your continued commitment to Colgate hockey” will be the release’s last line.
    Understood Iowa. Seems to be a common theme in the ECAC re: the secrecy and the hockey decision, certainly was the case at RPI... i.e. "....Fans and supporters shall be the last to know.'

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  • iowabasedtraveler
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    Wicked, the ‘gate faithful will find out on Monday via a FAX whether the Clarkson at Colgate game was played on Sunday. “Thank you for your continued commitment to Colgate hockey” will be the release’s last line.

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