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  • Snively65
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    Originally posted by Felger View Post

    Wondering where the UNH-Maine game will be played....
    Portland? Or, Augusta?

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  • Felger
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    Originally posted by NCAA watcher View Post

    They have been sending out tweets congratulating seniors. Presumably, scheduled for Thursday's last regular season game (Senior day).
    They started with Sato, then Robinson, then MacAdams and finally Grasso. I suppose they could add more shout outs before the playoff game. My reading -- supported by my belief that Kelleher is a natural to return after his banged up limited senior year -- is that maybe they are only sending off the guys leaving, which would leave out Kelleher and Maass.


    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
    ·
    Mar 1
    With the final week of the regular season upon us, we would like to thank our seniors for their dedication & commitment! Kohei Sato has played in 102 games (10 g, 18 a, 28 pts) Honors: 2-time All-Academic, Most Improved Player & Nate Hardy Ironman Award. Thank you Kohei!


    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
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    Mar 2
    Our next senior is Mike Robinson from Bedford, N.H. Mike has played in 83 games (1,985 career saves) Honors: Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week, Hockey East Player of the Week Thank you Mike!!



    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
    ·
    Mar 3
    Our next senior is Eric MacAdams from Salem, Mass. Eric has played in 108 games (17 g, 22 a, 39 pts) Honors: 2019-2020 Robert A. Kullen Unsung Player Award for his consistent dedication and hard work, 2020-2021 Assistant Captain Thank you Eric!!


    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
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    14h
    Our next senior is Patrick Grasso from Ankeny, Iowa. Patrick has played in 136 games (49 g, 48a, 97 pts) Honors: Hockey East All-Rookie Team, 2x National College Athlete Honor Society, 2x Assistant Captain Thank you Patrick!!
    Could also read it this way:

    Non letter wearing seniors by number (18, then 31);

    Assistant letter wearing seniors by number (19, then 20, perhaps 28 next?);

    Final salute would be to the Senior wearing the "C"

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  • Felger
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    Originally posted by Scott View Post
    COVID ends Merrimack's seasoon, including the playoffs:

    https://www.collegehockeynews.com/ne...-Following.php

    UNH can't finish any higher or lower than 9th. So, do the top 6 teams get a bye, with matchups next week with #7 UML vs #10 UVM and #8 Maine vs #9 UNH?
    Wondering where the UNH-Maine game will be played....

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  • Dan
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    It's a good theory, if congratulations don't come in for Maass or Kelleher in the next few days - it probably is a sign they plan to return.

    It will be interesting to see what comes from the seniors who are moving on, the only one with a clear path to professional hockey is Robinson. I wonder if the others will try that route, move on from hockey or enter the transfer portal and try to play a year somewhere else with their extra eligibility. I've always thought the later would be a good route for Grasso, sixth year or otherwise...
    Last edited by Dan; 03-05-2021, 10:35 AM.

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  • NCAA watcher
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    Originally posted by Chuck Murray View Post

    The suspense is killing me. OK, maybe not "killing" me, but ...

    ... so reduced to reading between the lines, I have to assume that Sato, Robinson and MacAdams will be leaving after this season, and we're still waiting to hear on Maass, Kelleher and Grasso?
    They have been sending out tweets congratulating seniors. Presumably, scheduled for Thursday's last regular season game (Senior day).
    They started with Sato, then Robinson, then MacAdams and finally Grasso. I suppose they could add more shout outs before the playoff game. My reading -- supported by my belief that Kelleher is a natural to return after his banged up limited senior year -- is that maybe they are only sending off the guys leaving, which would leave out Kelleher and Maass.


    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
    ·
    Mar 1
    With the final week of the regular season upon us, we would like to thank our seniors for their dedication & commitment! Kohei Sato has played in 102 games (10 g, 18 a, 28 pts) Honors: 2-time All-Academic, Most Improved Player & Nate Hardy Ironman Award. Thank you Kohei!


    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
    ·
    Mar 2
    Our next senior is Mike Robinson from Bedford, N.H. Mike has played in 83 games (1,985 career saves) Honors: Hockey East Defensive Player of the Week, Hockey East Player of the Week Thank you Mike!!



    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
    ·
    Mar 3
    Our next senior is Eric MacAdams from Salem, Mass. Eric has played in 108 games (17 g, 22 a, 39 pts) Honors: 2019-2020 Robert A. Kullen Unsung Player Award for his consistent dedication and hard work, 2020-2021 Assistant Captain Thank you Eric!!


    UNH Men's Hockey
    @UNHMHOCKEY
    ·
    14h
    Our next senior is Patrick Grasso from Ankeny, Iowa. Patrick has played in 136 games (49 g, 48a, 97 pts) Honors: Hockey East All-Rookie Team, 2x National College Athlete Honor Society, 2x Assistant Captain Thank you Patrick!!

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  • Chuck Murray
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    Originally posted by NCAA watcher View Post
    reverse alpha order, so far. With Maass and Kelleher omitted. Just a theory, and Kelleher makes sense.
    The suspense is killing me. OK, maybe not "killing" me, but ...

    ... so reduced to reading between the lines, I have to assume that Sato, Robinson and MacAdams will be leaving after this season, and we're still waiting to hear on Maass, Kelleher and Grasso?

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  • Whalers
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    Grasso back for Year 6? 100 points, here we come!!

    Maybe Marty decided that they would do another 3 year transition plan, this one to the next 100 point forward. Has worked well so far with the original one. :-)

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  • Darius
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    Originally posted by Chuck Murray View Post

    Link please?

    Sitting on pins & needles, wondering if there will be a record 6th UNH season for Patrick Grasso ...
    Really guys? Thanks for sharing.

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  • Chuck Murray
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    Originally posted by NCAA watcher View Post
    reverse alpha order, so far. With Maass and Kelleher omitted. Just a theory, and Kelleher makes sense.
    Link please?

    Sitting on pins & needles, wondering if there will be a record 6th UNH season for Patrick Grasso ...

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  • Scott
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    COVID ends Merrimack's seasoon, including the playoffs:

    https://www.collegehockeynews.com/ne...-Following.php

    UNH can't finish any higher or lower than 9th. So, do the top 6 teams get a bye, with matchups next week with #7 UML vs #10 UVM and #8 Maine vs #9 UNH?

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  • NCAA watcher
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    Originally posted by Dan View Post

    You're assuming they are done with announcements - and that those announced are leaving, while those unannounced are returning??
    reverse alpha order, so far. With Maass and Kelleher omitted. Just a theory, and Kelleher makes sense.

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  • Dan
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    Originally posted by NCAA watcher View Post
    Interesting announcements of UNH seniors.
    You're assuming they are done with announcements - and that those announced are leaving, while those unannounced are returning??

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  • NCAA watcher
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    Interesting announcements of UNH seniors.

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  • Dan
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    Speaking of NH born players - here is your next potential legacy recruit...

    https://www.eliteprospects.com/player/675929/kaden-muir

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  • Dan
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    Originally posted by Chuck Murray View Post
    Also, I noticed that younger brother Michael - who was subject of "Why didn't he follow Max to UNH?" discussion a couple of years ago, when he was skating with the USNDT program - has yet to score his first NCAA D-1 goal as a sophomore left wing at Ohio State. Maybe UNH didn't miss out after all??
    Michael is not the offense first, creator of offense type of forward that UNH needs. I don't think he'd make this UNH team notably better - but he'd be a great fit on the UNH team's of the 90's and early 00's.

    Now, West Lebanon, NH, native Tate Singleton (OSU) is the type of goal scorer the Wildcats could use. Not to mention Bedford's Alex Steeves (ND) or Ben Steeves (UMD) or New Hampton offensive defenseman Michael Kesselring (NU) or...while, i've got somewhere to be...

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