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  • Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

    Many teams have exhibition games this weekend. Of note, the Toronto Jr Aeros on the road with RMU, Mercyhurst and Colgate Friday-Sun. Clarkson, RIT and Syracuse with DIII or CIS match ups. There may be more, just the few I checked. DI vs DIII vs CIS vs Jrs. Discussion can begin again.

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    Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

    Minnesota Gophers play Minnesota Whitecaps this evening.
    Playing the Whitecaps is good practice and experience for the Gophers.

    But, I haven't gotten used to Hannah Brandt not being a Gopher, let alone having to play against her
    And I don't like that we have replaced one of our OOC series the last two years with exhibition games.

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    • #3
      Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

      I don't think D-III's can be on tbe ice until 10/15 with 1st games about 2 weeks later.
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      • #4
        Originally posted by joecct View Post
        I don't think D-III's can be on tbe ice until 10/15 with 1st games about 2 weeks later.
        Which Concordia University is playing Clarkson tonight?

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        • #5
          Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

          Originally posted by HappyGilmourCaddy View Post
          Which Concordia University is playing Clarkson tonight?

          Concordia of Montreal. It's on their schedule to play Clarkson.

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          • #6
            Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

            DIII on ice is the 3rd Monday of October - which would be the 17th this year.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by 123kidd View Post
              DIII on ice is the 3rd Monday of October - which would be the 17th this year.
              To be specific: that's the first day that teams can practice with coaching staff present or have mandated team activities (though we know that earlier stuff is voluntary in name only).
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              • #8
                Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                Penn State plays their exhibition game today at 4:00 PM against the University of Guelph. It will be interesting, with the shortest bench Penn State has had since they started D-1 hockey (21 players total, counting the two goalies).

                8 freshmen get their first taste of D-1 hockey today, and most of them should be seeing a lot of ice time this season. 19 total players (minus the 2 goalies), and 2 new assistant coaches, but 4 of the top 6 scorers return this season. 10 of the 21 players are from Minnesota, including 5 from Minnetonka.

                As it is every season, it will be fun to get a first look at the freshmen, but it will be interesting to see how these 2 new coaches work the bench, too.

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                • #9
                  Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                  Originally posted by knight7 View Post
                  Concordia of Montreal. It's on their schedule to play Clarkson.
                  And a freshman Audrey Belzile gets a hat trick as Concordia wins 3-2. Clarkson outshoots them 38-16 and controlled a lot of the play but could not beat Katherine Purchase other than goals by soph Loren Gabel and Fr Ella Shelton. Clarkson played Tiley 1 period (0 GA), Brenneman 1 period (2 GA) and Johnson 1 period (1 GA). Interesting to note that recruit Forward Michaela Pejzlova is not listed on the Clarkson roster any more. Wonder what happened?
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                  • #10
                    Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                    UMD-Whitecaps 1-1 after 1 period.

                    UMD leads SOG 11-5 !!

                    Whoops Brykaliuk just scores her second early in 2nd to put UMD up 2-1.

                    Coyne scored Whitecaps goal assisted by Brandt and JLam.

                    35 seconds later Stalder from Brykaliuk to go 3-1.

                    Alli Altmann in goal for Whitecaps.
                    Last edited by KTDC; 09-24-2016, 05:01 PM.

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                    • #11
                      Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                      BU beats Whitby Wolves 6-0.

                      I can see thru my maroon and gold colored glasses Nina Rodgers was on the ice for 4 of the goals with one assist.

                      (Maddie Eila hat trick)

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                      • #12
                        Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                        UMD outscores Whitecaps 3-0 in the 2nd period to go up 4-1 despite 5 UMD penalties in the period to 2 for Whitecaps.

                        After seeing Minnesota playing the Whitecaps last night I predict UMD will win the national championship

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                        • #13
                          Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                          Yeah what the heck Duluth, that's impressive. BC vs. Duluth gonna tell us a lot next week...
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                          • #14
                            Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                            Originally posted by KTDC View Post
                            UMD outscores Whitecaps 3-0 in the 2nd period to go up 4-1 despite 5 UMD penalties in the period to 2 for Whitecaps.

                            After seeing Minnesota playing the Whitecaps last night I predict UMD will win the national championship
                            You noticed the Whitecaps only lost the third period last night. I think maybe their players are not spending as much time conditioning as the D-I kids are. Still, an impressive job & I hope UMD is on the up-swing.

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                            • #15
                              Re: Exhibition Games 9/23-9/25

                              UMD should put the pieces together sooner than some WCHA rosters that graduated more. As for the Whitcaps, I noticed that Monique didn't play, and Altmann and Friend played the first two periods and allowed all of the goals. SAB played a clean third after playing all of Friday night.
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