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  • Originally posted by joecct View Post
    No. Will not happen. See the other thread as to why.
    Seriously....wow. sometimes journalists really should do some research before spouting off. ....
    Remy Babineaux
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    • Re: Nescac '12-'13

      Originally posted by PSUChamps2001 View Post
      Seriously....wow. sometimes journalists really should do some research before spouting off. ....
      You didn't read it before spouting off. It says it won't happen.

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      • Re: Nescac '12-'13

        Originally posted by joecct View Post
        No. Will not happen. See the other thread as to why.
        Hmmm. Well that's what it says. It won't happen.

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        • Originally posted by petrietodonovan View Post
          You didn't read it before spouting off. It says it won't happen.

          I missed the smilie face to joecct ....I read the article and its very in depth. Nice job. The way the committee has gone so far WHO KNOWS what they will do this year. Sometimes they weigh SOS greater, some they've weighed RNK higher, some they've ranked COP righer....I dont get it.
          Remy Babineaux
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          • Re: Nescac '12-'13

            I'd like to read the article, but the link doesn't work for me. Also when I tried to go to the nescachockey.com home page that I've gone to before, I'm ending up somewhere else as well.
            from behind the iron curtain...

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            • Re: Nescac '12-'13

              Originally posted by jimmy d View Post
              I'd like to read the article, but the link doesn't work for me. Also when I tried to go to the nescachockey.com home page that I've gone to before, I'm ending up somewhere else as well.
              Not sure what to tell you. They're working for me. Maybe its because you're on the wrong side of the lake.....(which you'll get if you ever get to read the article).

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              • Re: Nescac '12-'13

                When I use the link below, I end up here

                When I enter nescachockey.com I am taken here

                I guess my Mac has been hacked?

                EDIT: Fixed it by removing about a thousand cookies and plugins!
                Last edited by jimmy d; 03-02-2013, 12:47 PM.
                from behind the iron curtain...

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                • Re: Nescac '12-'13

                  Originally posted by NUProf View Post
                  Not according to at least one poster on here.
                  Neither is excrement skates.
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                  • I guess the Bowdoin tennis team didn't get the message from what happened to the hockey team a couple years back?

                    BRUNSWICK, Maine (AP) β€” Bowdoin College's nationally-ranked men's tennis team will forfeit its next four matches and won't be allowed to participate in postseason play for what school officials call a hazing incident.
                    The Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/ZDryr2 ) reports the sanctions were announced Wednesday in a letter from Dean of Student Affairs Tim Foster and athletic director Tim Ryan. Details of the hazing were not released.
                    They said no one was put in physical danger and blamed the incident on "poor judgment."
                    Foster and Ryan wrote that the matter was brought to their attention by a student not affiliated with the team. After interviewing team members they found the school's "well-articulated and frequently explained policy that prohibits hazing" was violated.
                    The Division III Polar Bears are ranked sixth in the country with a 9-2 record.
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                    • Originally posted by neumyer View Post
                      I guess the Bowdoin tennis team didn't get the message from what happened to the hockey team a couple years back?

                      BRUNSWICK, Maine (AP) β€” Bowdoin College's nationally-ranked men's tennis team will forfeit its next four matches and won't be allowed to participate in postseason play for what school officials call a hazing incident.
                      The Portland Press Herald (http://bit.ly/ZDryr2 ) reports the sanctions were announced Wednesday in a letter from Dean of Student Affairs Tim Foster and athletic director Tim Ryan. Details of the hazing were not released.
                      They said no one was put in physical danger and blamed the incident on "poor judgment."
                      Foster and Ryan wrote that the matter was brought to their attention by a student not affiliated with the team. After interviewing team members they found the school's "well-articulated and frequently explained policy that prohibits hazing" was violated.
                      The Division III Polar Bears are ranked sixth in the country with a 9-2 record.
                      The rule was explained, the precedent was set with the hockey team. Ignorance is ot a excuse. These athletes have nobody to blame but themselves...

                      SMH
                      Plattsburgh CARDINALS
                      SUNYAC Champ x24: 78, 79, 82, 83, 85, 87, 88, 90, 92, 93, 97, 98, 99, 00, 01, 02, 04, 08, 09, 11, 12, 15, 17, 23
                      ECACW Champ x11: 81, 82, 87, 92, 06, 07, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17
                      NEWHL Champ x5: 18, 19, 20, 22, 23
                      NCAA DIII Champ x10-ish: 87, 92, 01, 07, 08, 14, 15, 16, 17, 19
                      NCAA DIII Runner-up x4-ish: 86, 90, 06, 08
                      NCAA DII Runner-up x2: 81, 82


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                      HEA Runner-up x1:
                      08
                      ECAC Runner-up x1: 89
                      ECAC DII Champ x2: 73, 74
                      NCAA DI Frozen Four x2: 96, 09

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                      • Re: Nescac '12-'13

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                        • Re: Nescac '12-'13

                          Originally posted by petrietodonovan View Post
                          Amen on the penalties.
                          March 1971: Petrie to Donovan ... and past Reece ... I had a perfect view from the stands!

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                          • Re: Nescac '12-'13

                            NescacHockey.com is reporting that former Panther, Alex Walsh, will play for Colby next year.

                            Blaise MacDonald is not messing around. After completing his first year as Mules head coach, the former UMass-Lowell bench boss has already recruited 11 incoming freshman from prep school and juniors for the 2013-14 season. Now he has added a NESCAC transfer to that list in Middlebury defender Alex Walsh. The 6'1" 185 lb. defender had two goals in 24 games as a freshman for the Panthers in 2011-12, but did not make Bill Beaney's roster for the 2012-13 season.

                            Before Middlebury, the Basking Ridge, NJ native played in Swedish juniors in 2010-11, scoring eight points (3-5-8) and spending 44 minutes in the sin bin for Nacka HK. In 2009-10, Walsh played for the Delbarton School in New Jersey, where he scored 19 points (1-18-19). Also on that Delbarton squad, future Colby teammate Matt Gelnaw and recent D-I national champion Kenny Agostino. Yale's Agostino ended the season tied for the Bulldogs team lead in points with 41 (17-24-41) and the 140th overall pick in the 2010 draft was also a piece in the trade that sent NHL veteran Jerome Iginla from the Calgary Flames to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
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                            • Re: Nescac '12-'13

                              I've heard that former Colby coach, Jim Tortorella is a candidate for the UMaine Head coaching position. As a UMaine hockey alumni, a former head coach at Colby and with D-1 assistant experience at UNH, I bet he will get serious consideration.
                              Middlebury Hockey....The Greatest DIII Show on Skates

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                              • Re: Nescac '12-'13

                                Originally posted by Euler18 View Post
                                March 1971: Petrie to Donovan ... and past Reece ... I had a perfect view from the stands!
                                Me too, me too. At least, I saw the pass, and saw Donovan move in, then all the adults stood up and all I saw was incredible, loud, loud cheering.

                                Perhaps you'd like this http://www.nescachockey.com/2013/05/...y-does-it.html

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