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  • #16
    Re: Your team's best/worst box score

    Most demoralizing (does it really need to be posted)

    http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20090...me=bu&gender=m

    More uplifting - Miami registers 11 goals to Canisius' 10 shots

    http://mobile.uscho.com/box/?date=20...me=mu&gender=m

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    • #17
      Re: Your team's best/worst box score

      Originally posted by IrishHockeyFan View Post
      As for the best? It's hard to top this.
      This is the game my cousin and I started renaming Michigan goalies (since Turco) "Billy". All future Michigan goalies are now "Billy" as well. Billy Blackburn, Billy Montoya, Billy Hogan, Billy Hunwick, etc. Feel free to yell "Billy" at your team's next game against Michigan.
      Anybody but Northern

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      • #18
        Re: Your team's best/worst box score

        I am in A Shot and a Goal's camp re: boxscores

        that being said, here are some of the most lopsided maine wins

        Maine 16 - Umass Lowell 0
        March 3, 1990
        That game was on the heels of a 7-3 win for Maine the night before...

        Miami had a rough go of it, losing 11-4 and 10-1 on back to back nights at the Alfond in January 1991.

        Maine 15 - Army 5 in January, 1992.

        Maine 19 - Mt. Allison 5 (ex) in October, 1988

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        • #19
          Re: Your team's best/worst box score

          http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20090...e=umd&gender=m

          The best.

          Note the time on the game tying goal
          tUMD Hockey

          "And there is a banana running around the DECC." "Well you don't see that every day..."

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          • #20
            Re: Your team's best/worst box score

            Originally posted by jpdailey View Post
            Best / most brutal:

            From the D-III days: http://www.collegehockeystats.net/01...s/mneurit1.f08

            From the current era: http://www.collegehockeystats.net/07...s/mminrit1.d29

            Worst:

            Current era: http://www.collegehockeystats.net/07...s/mbc_rit1.d30 (based solely on goal differential)

            From the D-III era: http://www.collegehockeystats.net/04...s/melmrit1.f12 (most demoralizing loss)

            It's amazing that the best and worst in the current era are back to back nights. I do think most teams would be happy with a split weekend of those teams.

            From a personal standpoint of being there - I think this deserves a mention:

            http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20051...e=rit&gender=m as a sign the team had "arrived" in DI.
            2006-07 Atlantic Hockey Champions!
            2008-09 Atlantic Hockey Co-Champions!
            2009-10 Atlantic Hockey Champions!
            2010 Frozen Four participant
            2010-11 Atlantic Hockey Champions!

            Member of the infamous Corner Crew

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            • #21
              Re: Your team's best/worst box score

              As a Gopher fan, the worst box score is too obvious and too easy to answer. However, here it is:

              http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20060...e=umn&gender=m

              Not the best ever, but an ending to one of the best first round WCHA playoff series in league history is here.

              http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20080...=mnst&gender=m
              Originally posted by Skeeterman
              Ski yo momma!
              Originally Asked by Grant Potulny (After noticing an autograph seeker was wearing SCSU colors.)
              Who do you cheer for in the post season?

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              • #22
                Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20090...me=yu&gender=m

                ecac final last year
                Yale Hockey '09 ECAC Champions

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                • #23
                  Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                  Originally posted by BU Hammer View Post
                  Any time the goal differential between the two teams is twice the shot differential, well, that's just not good...
                  I remember when Kelly Shields came in, I want to say the first three shots he faced went in. It was brutal...

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                  • #24
                    Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                    Originally posted by Yager View Post
                    Not the worst ever, but the worst this season, that is for sure.

                    http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20091...e=mtu&gender=m
                    *******http://i6.***********.com/albums/y227/association330/barf.gif********

                    Worst loss I've been in attendance for.

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                    • #25
                      Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                      Originally posted by komey1 View Post
                      From a personal standpoint of being there - I think this deserves a mention:

                      http://www.uscho.com/box/?date=20051...e=rit&gender=m as a sign the team had "arrived" in DI.
                      Wow, 66 saves all in regulation, impressive even if the shot counter was trigger happy for one team.

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                      • #26
                        Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                        How's this for a brutal box score.. in 1988 when Canada hosted the Winter Olympics, they did not earn a single Gold Medal.. pretty unbelievable!

                        http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/10/sp.../10podium.html

                        I don't see a repeat in Vancouver..
                        GO NU HOCKEY
                        Always bullish on the future.
                        We don't always win Hockey East or the Beanpot (#trilogy).. but when we do.. we are the Champions

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                        • #27
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                          Originally posted by northeastern View Post
                          How's this for a brutal box score.. in 1988 when Canada hosted the Winter Olympics, they did not earn a single Gold Medal.. pretty unbelievable!

                          http://www.nytimes.com/2010/02/10/sp.../10podium.html

                          I don't see a repeat in Vancouver..
                          Canada didn't win a gold medal in the Summer Games they hosted in Montreal in 1976, either.

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                          • #28
                            Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                            Originally posted by DisplacedCornellian View Post
                            Probably not in the top ten best/worst for either team, but I know RPI fans hate this one.
                            wow! 19 penalties and twice as many penalties as shots on goal! amazing box for sure
                            *****

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                            • #29
                              Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                              DU's National Championship Game in 1961 DU 12 SLU 2

                              The best of DU's 7 national titles

                              Bill Masterton 3 Goals, 2 Assists

                              Trent Beatty 2 Goals, 2 Assists

                              Grant Munro 2 Goals, 2 Assists

                              Jerry Walker 1 Goal, 3 Assists

                              From the Denver Post on 3/19/61

                              The triumph marked the Pioneers 30th win in 32 starts overall, and their 25th in a row without a defeat.

                              They have lost only one game over their last 52 starts over a two-season span.
                              Code:
                              NCAA Championship
                              Denver vs. St. Lawrence
                              Saturday, March 18, 1961
                              DU Arena (5,363)
                              
                              Scoring 1-2-3--F
                              Denver 5-4-3--12
                              St. Lawrence 2-0-0--2
                              
                              1st STL-J. Mason (R. Mason, Corby) 1:22
                              DU-Masterton (Beatty, Walker) 3:19
                              DU-Beatty (Masterton, Munro) 7:21
                              DU-Walker (Beatty) 12:09
                              STL-Dower (Slater) 13:14
                              DU-Duffus (Williamson, Art) 14:51
                              DU-Masterton (Walker, Munro) 15:49
                              
                              2nd DU-Beatty (Masterton, Walker) 5:33
                              DU-Munro (Lomnes) 6:57
                              DU-Konik (Josephson, Wilson) PPG, 11:31
                              DU-Williamson (Art, Wilson) PPG, 17:47
                              
                              3rd DU-Masterton (Konik) PPG, 10:46
                              DU-Munro (Josephson) PPG, 12:15
                              DU-Lomnes (unassisted) 16:57
                              
                              Shots on Goal: DU (20-17-13--50), STL (6-8-5--19)
                              Saves: DU-Kirkwood (4-8-5--17),
                              STL-Broadbelt (15-13-10--38)
                              Penalties: DU 5-10, STL 5-13
                              Power Plays: DU 4-6, STL 0-4
                              Offi cials: Gilray, Reilly
                              Last edited by du78; 02-12-2010, 01:16 PM.
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                              • #30
                                Re: Your team's best/worst box score

                                Originally posted by du78 View Post
                                DU's National Championship Game in 1961 DU 12 SLU 2

                                The best of DU's 7 national titles

                                Code:
                                NCAA Championship
                                Denver vs. St. Lawrence
                                Saturday, March 18, 1961
                                DU Arena (5,363)
                                
                                Scoring 1-2-3--F
                                Denver 5-4-3--12
                                St. Lawrence 2-0-0--2
                                
                                1st STL-J. Mason (R. Mason, Corby) 1:22
                                DU-Masterton (Beatty, Walker) 3:19
                                DU-Beatty (Masterton, Munro) 7:21
                                DU-Walker (Beatty) 12:09
                                STL-Dower (Slater) 13:14
                                DU-Duffus (Williamson, Art) 14:51
                                DU-Masterton (Walker, Munro) 15:49
                                
                                2nd DU-Beatty (Masterton, Walker) 5:33
                                DU-Munro (Lomnes) 6:57
                                DU-Konik (Josephson, Wilson) PPG, 11:31
                                DU-Williamson (Art, Wilson) PPG, 17:47
                                
                                3rd DU-Masterton (Konik) PPG, 10:46
                                DU-Munro (Josephson) PPG, 12:15
                                DU-Lomnes (unassisted) 16:57
                                
                                Shots on Goal: DU (20-17-13--50), STL (6-8-5--19)
                                Saves: DU-Kirkwood (4-8-5--17),
                                STL-Broadbelt (15-13-10--38)
                                Penalties: DU 5-10, STL 5-13
                                Power Plays: DU 4-6, STL 0-4
                                Offi cials: Gilray, Reilly
                                This is still an NCAA record for scoring margin in a title game - a record that has stood for early 50 years. DU played four total playoff games that year and outscored its opponents 35-6. This was the most dominant playoff performance ever.

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