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  • JohnsonsJerseys
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    Originally posted by John J. MacInnes View Post
    Justin Misiak tied the record for most games played as a Husky on Saturday by appearing in his 165th contest. The current record holder is Richard Novak...

    https://img.comc.com/i/Hockey/1989-9...zoom&side=back
    Heck, just playing 40 games in three of his four seasons is impressive enough! You either have to be in the National Championship game or get several Alaska exemption games on the schedule (and be 100% healthy and talented) to get close to 40 in a season now-a-days.

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  • John J. MacInnes
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    Justin Misiak tied the record for most games played as a Husky on Saturday by appearing in his 165th contest. Of course there will be some people that want to put an asterisk on that because he got an extra year to add to his total, but don't be so quick to judge. The current record holder is Richard Novak, who also had an extra year of sorts. He was injured early in his 3rd season at Tech and took a medical redshirt after appearing in just 7 games. He then came back for two full seasons after that to get to 165 appearances.

    https://img.comc.com/i/Hockey/1989-9...zoom&side=back

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  • moose97
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    Originally posted by Redridge View Post
    Your a pretty angry dude. Glad I dont have to deal with you in real life.
    There are at least 7 goalies with better stats than Pietila. And that doesn't include any skaters, who, by default, have a better chance of winning the Hobey. Pietila has zero chance of winning. Zero. If you've deluded yourself into believing that's not true, then that's on you. And here I'd been lead to believing Tech fans were smart lol

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  • Redridge
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    Originally posted by moose97 View Post

    Jeabus you're dumb
    Your a pretty angry dude. Glad I dont have to deal with you in real life.

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  • moose97
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    Originally posted by Redridge View Post
    Im sure Devin is a great goalie. Stats look good. Bolstered a bit by a weak HE this year and recent games against LIU. He just got blown up for 6 against ASU…LOL. Timing is everything.
    Jeabus you're dumb

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  • Redridge
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    Originally posted by moose97 View Post

    If any goalie gets Hobey consideration, it'll be Devin Levi. Pietila's stats aren't anywhere near Levi's. Not even close. Go look. In addition, goalies, to win the Hobey have to put up a Ryan Miller type season. Blake, with his 8th best nationally GAA & not even top-10 sv%, ain't that. Top 10 Richter? Maybe. Hobey winner? Stop embarrassing yourself.
    Im sure Devin is a great goalie. Stats look good. Bolstered a bit by a weak HE this year and recent games against LIU. He just got blown up for 6 against ASU…LOL. Timing is everything.

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  • moose97
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    Originally posted by Redridge View Post
    . Sorry- Blake Pietila looks like he should be the Hobey winner. He is looking a lot better than some of the more heavily ”promoted” goalies.
    If any goalie gets Hobey consideration, it'll be Devin Levi. Pietila's stats aren't anywhere near Levi's. Not even close. Go look. In addition, goalies, to win the Hobey have to put up a Ryan Miller type season. Blake, with his 8th best nationally GAA & not even top-10 sv%, ain't that. Top 10 Richter? Maybe. Hobey winner? Stop embarrassing yourself.

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  • moose97
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    Originally posted by Redridge View Post
    . Sorry- Blake Pietila looks like he should be the Hobey winner. He is looking a lot better than some of the more heavily ”promoted” goalies.
    Lololololol

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  • Redridge
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    Originally posted by moose97 View Post

    Lol, wut?
    . Sorry- Blake Pietila looks like he should be the Hobey winner. He is looking a lot better than some of the more heavily ”promoted” goalies.

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  • moose97
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    Originally posted by Redridge View Post
    Blake is looking like a real Hobey candidate.
    Lol, wut?

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  • Huskiefan906
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    The D corp had a great series and Ashbrook also very noticeable this weekend.

    Big 4 games ahead with NMU and BSU. I think Ganie and Crespi help overall team speed/skill as well when Bronte is ok to go again.

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  • Redridge
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    Two good games. Congrats. Blake is looking like a real Hobey candidate.

    First game, We really played a great the first period. Maybe faded a bit in the 2nd.

    Saturday night, LSSU came out tough, but we still played great. Rewarded after a bit more play. But Tech did not fade. In fact, the game opened up, a lot, after the first goal. Never felt like we took the foot off the accelerator, and even with the 2 goal lead we kept pressure.

    Great position to move up in the CCHA, and we got some help this weekend too.

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  • HuskyDut
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    Ok, I did what I should've done originally, and that's listen to Joe's show. Sounds like it's still 55/45 for the calculation of RPI, but what changed is that in the head-to-head comparisons, 3-on-3 losses are considered losses just as a regulation loss would. Is that correct? If so, I think many people, including Joe, have every right to voice their displeasure.

    I will say this: I've been on the fence for a while regarding Joe as the coach of our beloved Huskies. But the more I listen to him, I appreciate his honesty. Sometimes he says things maybe he should keep to himself, but he speaks his mind and clearly wants the best for this team.
    Last edited by HuskyDut; 01-11-2022, 08:12 AM.

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  • HuskyDut
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    Originally posted by HuskyDut View Post

    I don't mean to sound pedantic, but this isn't news, is it? I've known for a couple months that 3-on-3 wins count as 55% of a win and 45% of a loss. I discovered this after reading an article that came out LAST season.

    I bring this up only because it sounds like some folks knew about this, but our coaching staff did not. Which is quite concerning.
    Unless something changed that I don't know about? I'm just trying to figure out (a) what the rule is for OT losses, (b) has it changed recently, and (c) did our coaching staff simply not know the rules?

    For the record, I have not listened to the Joe S Show. I should probably do that...
    Last edited by HuskyDut; 01-10-2022, 09:57 AM.

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  • HuskyDut
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    Originally posted by mtu_huskies View Post
    Finally listened to the Joe S. show. Is enough discussion being given to this 3x3 not counting as a tie in the PWR? Seems like quite a shift that we're deciding W/L with gimmicky 3x3. The way Joe says it, it seems like quite the shift.
    I don't mean to sound pedantic, but this isn't news, is it? I've known for a couple months that 3-on-3 wins count as 55% of a win and 45% of a loss. I discovered this after reading an article that came out LAST season.

    I bring this up only because it sounds like some folks knew about this, but our coaching staff did not. Which is quite concerning.

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