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  • Sloe Gin
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by Dirty View Post
    You light up my life, Tyler.
    don't pick on the crazies, Dirty

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  • Dirty
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by Jockstock View Post
    That's really obscene, takin' a shot at a rice cake like that. Dirty sucks.
    You light up my life, Tyler.

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  • Jockstock
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by Dirty View Post
    With less substance than a rice cake.
    That's really obscene, takin' a shot at a rice cake like that. Dirty sucks.

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  • Dirty
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by dogs2012 View Post
    That was a ridiculous statement. Did you by chance watch any of the games? The Defense stepped up and played well. And as good as Sharp played at the end of the season, so did several other players on our team. He racked up the goals, but he was getting great passes along the way. Just some food for thought...
    With less substance than a rice cake.

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  • dogs2012
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by brianvf View Post
    You're right. The reason why UMD made that late season run was because of Stalock and Sharp. So, as long as you return both those guys, I think UMD is going to be a contender.
    That was a ridiculous statement. Did you by chance watch any of the games? The Defense stepped up and played well. And as good as Sharp played at the end of the season, so did several other players on our team. He racked up the goals, but he was getting great passes along the way. Just some food for thought...

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  • Handyman
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by LynahFan View Post
    Okay, so he wasn't a freshman, but there was a decent goalie who won the 1967 championship in his first year of eligibility (freshmen couldn't play back then), so you're absolutely right - it's never been automatic that first-year goalies would struggle.
    I think you are smart enough to know all of the holes that are in that argument...while you are right the fact is your comparison leaves a little bit to be desired

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  • LynahFan
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    Originally posted by MinnesotaNorthStar View Post
    It was never automatic that they'd struggle in the first place. It was, and still is, a HUGE question mark for any team. Mike Lee could come in and backstop SCSU to home ice, and an NCAA win...or he could be the next Jeff Frazee...
    Okay, so he wasn't a freshman, but there was a decent goalie who won the 1967 championship in his first year of eligibility (freshmen couldn't play back then), so you're absolutely right - it's never been automatic that first-year goalies would struggle.

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  • Slap Shot
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    Originally posted by MinnesotaNorthStar View Post
    Well, that was a boring post...
    And without a single jab at the Gophers. Quite possibly a first.

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  • UAA Seawolves Fan
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by Suze View Post
    Well, it's clear you have never met me! Seriously, it is nice to see UAA getting some positive press these days, but only time will tell. We've been hyped before and been disappointed, so I am not making any predictions this year.

    I have been very busy with a few side jobs and probably won't be posting here as much as I have been in the past. So it's going to be up to the rest of the UAA fans to chime in now and then, and even (gasp) start a thread or two, okay?
    UAA has gotten a some positive press before and then sorely disappointed all of us. Without having seen the team whatsoever yet this year, its pretty tough to make a prediction. I'd love it for us to be a top half team but who knows what that will take to complete. Last season one of our biggest hurdles was having an entire month off around the Holidays. Unfortunately, we have the same type of thing this year, which could make the second half of the season start out quite bleakly. Only time will tell though as to the true Blackhorse in the WCHA...

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  • Squarebanks
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by Suze View Post
    A compliment from a _airbanks fan? What is the world coming to? You do know just how much UAA and UA_ hate each other, don't ya? I am not predicting how well the Seawolves will do in the WCHA, but I am predicting they will sweep UA_ again, for a total of 12 straight games without a loss.
    I can predict a solid WCHA showing, but I can still hope you go 0-fer.

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  • Suze
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    Originally posted by Squarebanks View Post
    Without bothering to read this whole thread, I think the Seawolves finally have a breakout year of sorts in the WCHA. They were pretty solid last year towards the end of the season and didn't lose much in the offseason.
    A compliment from a _airbanks fan? What is the world coming to? You do know just how much UAA and UA_ hate each other, don't ya? I am not predicting how well the Seawolves will do in the WCHA, but I am predicting they will sweep UA_ again, for a total of 12 straight games without a loss.

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  • Suze
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    Re: Who will be the "darkhorse" in the WCHA this season?

    Originally posted by AlaskaRox View Post
    = =


    ...ah, face it. Last time a Seawolf fan created a newsy thread here Suze was still in middle school.

    Well, it's clear you have never met me! Seriously, it is nice to see UAA getting some positive press these days, but only time will tell. We've been hyped before and been disappointed, so I am not making any predictions this year.

    I have been very busy with a few side jobs and probably won't be posting here as much as I have been in the past. So it's going to be up to the rest of the UAA fans to chime in now and then, and even (gasp) start a thread or two, okay?

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  • MinnesotaNorthStar
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    Well, that was a boring post...

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  • toehimp
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    I am hopeful that UAA, Tech, and all of the WCHA teams are able to field good, competitive teams this year. The recent close WCHA seasons have made the game even more exciting. Having some of the 'have-nots' vying for league titles early last season was very cool. It gave those teams some hope, and caused the perennial powerhouses to take notice of often overlooked programs. Regardless of who ends up on top this year, Good luck to all the teams and LETS PLAY HOCKEY!!!

    stev

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  • Squarebanks
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    Without bothering to read this whole thread, I think the Seawolves finally have a breakout year of sorts in the WCHA. They were pretty solid last year towards the end of the season and didn't lose much in the offseason.

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