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    This thread is intended to be a discussion of all things SNC Men's Hockey. From potential recruits, future schedules, to the new rink and SNC history. Anything SNC-related belongs right here! I'll start this thread off by asking a question: Who do you think will be scheduled for our last non-conference game in the 2024-25 season? If you look closely at the 23-24 schedule, you'll notice that they only played twenty four regular season games. Who do you think will fill that last game, if anyone? Personally, I'm betting on either a conference non-conference game or Superior in a home and home rotation for the 25-26 season. Maybe there'll be twenty four again. Who knows?

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    I think the relatively last minute addition of Dubuque shuffled up their schedule and made it difficult to fill the final slot. An extra quality non-conference win could have helped them quite a bit in the pairwise. Hopefully they can get an east region opponent on the schedule next year.
    5x NCAA D3 Ice Hockey Champion: 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2018
    2x Super Bowl Champion: XLII, XLVI

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Tom Coughlin View Post
      I think the relatively last minute addition of Dubuque shuffled up their schedule and made it difficult to fill the final slot. An extra quality non-conference win could have helped them quite a bit in the pairwise. Hopefully they can get an east region opponent on the schedule next year.
      For sure. I don't think they'll be able to schedule an eastern team this coming year though, with the home and home arrangement with St. Olaf and Bethel. In order to maintain a twenty-five game schedule, they'd need to cut a game, or perhaps an entire series (maybe with UW-Eau Claire?) in order to schedule out east. This is because, well, why travel all that way for one game? I don't know. I like seeing SNC play eastern teams for variety's sake.

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      • #4
        They'll have a 25 game schedule next season for sure. This was the first season since '14-'15 that they only had 24, and that year they dropped a NC game vs Gustavus in order to be able to play, err. scrimmage, err. 'joint practice' with UW-Madison.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by altazo View Post
          They'll have a 25 game schedule next season for sure. This was the first season since '14-'15 that they only had 24, and that year they dropped a NC game vs Gustavus in order to be able to play, err. scrimmage, err. 'joint practice' with UW-Madison.
          To UW-Madison it was a "joint practice", at least how'd they like us to remember it. Crazily enough, I was actually at that game, as I have connections within SNC administration and I was able to get a pass.

          I'm sure they'll get twenty five this year, the question on my mind is... who?

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          • #6
            Three new recruits to bump this thread with... first, goaltender Collin Lemanski. He posted a .936 Save %, along with a GAA of 2.29 and 2 shutouts for the Wausau Cyclones of the NA3HL. Welcome to SNC!
            Last edited by HeeHee; 05-16-2024, 02:14 PM.

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            • #7
              The second player to announce a commitment to St. Norbert is forward Blake Ulve. He produced 11 goals and 13 assists for 24 points in 57 games for the North Iowa Bulls of the NAHL. It should also be pointed out that he will be reunited with former Bulls Dombrowsky and Hartley. He was also the captain of the Bulls for the 23-24 campaign. According to the commitment article, he was on the Bulls' top power play and penalty kill lines. This leads me to believe that he's going to step into the role of a "two hundred foot player", replacing the departing Will Stromp. Welcome to SNC!

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              • #8
                The third and most recent commitment is defenseman Jack Christen. He tallied 7 goals and 13 assists for 20 points in 59 games between the Odessa Jackalopes and Chippewa Steel of the NAHL. He replaces the departed Jordan Strand. Welcome to SNC!

                To be perfectly clear, I have not seen any of these players play live, all I have done is look at their EP page and whatever video I could find. If anyone viewing this thread has seen either three of these players live, I would appreciate a description of their playing style. I make no claims to accuracy in regards to playing style, as it is just what little I could glean.

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                • #9
                  It will take a lot of time and effort to not refer to Jack as "Christensen"
                  5x NCAA D3 Ice Hockey Champion: 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2018
                  2x Super Bowl Champion: XLII, XLVI

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                  • #10
                    Hopefully the new rink will attract an eastern team or two to make the trip out west. This article is the newest I could find about it.

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                    • #11
                      Two things.

                      former SNC player Patrick McCadden ‘14 named GB Gamblers head coach

                      packers foundation donated $200k for Cornerstone addition.
                      St. Norbert College Green Knights
                      NCHA regular season champs: 97-99, 02-08, 10-12, 14, 16, 19
                      NCHA playoff champs: 98-99, 03-05, 07-08, 10-14, 17-19, 24
                      NCAA Champions: 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2018
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                      SNC women: 2013 O'Brien Cup Champions

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                      • #12
                        https://neptunesociety.com/obituarie...alser-11891957

                        Ted Balser was the first coach/coordinator of the SNC Men's hockey club team from 1973-1976. He will be missed by his former players, rest in peace my friend.
                        4 & 20 The All-American Sister's
                        SNC 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014, & 2018 Mens DIII NCAA Champions & they have Women's Hockey

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