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  • ZedLeppelin
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    Here are the four known series for Penn State so far - Lindenwood and Robert Morris are the only two schools with full schedules posted right now. No times have been announced yet, and no streaming info yet, either.

    Nov. 29-30 vs Lindenwood (both games at Penn State)

    Jan. 15-16 vs Lindenwood (both games at Penn State)

    Jan. 22-23 vs Robert Morris (both games at Penn State)

    Feb. 5-6 vs Lindenwood (both games at Lindenwood)

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  • ZedLeppelin
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    It's still game day for Penn State, according to the Robert Morris schedule. Robert Morris hasn't posted anything about the series being cancelled, and Penn State hasn't even said there is (or ever was) a series scheduled, so who knows? Nothing at Robert Morris about players testing positive, either. Any Robert Morris fans out there with some scoop?

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  • zambonidriver
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    There might be games next weekend depending on testing with Lindenwood next Sunday and Monday. Hoping for the best.

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  • Rightnut
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    Originally posted by zambonidriver View Post
    'CUSE AND COLGATE TO MEET IN WEEKEND SERIES
    https://cuse.com/news/2020/11/18/wom...nd-series.aspx
    Let's hope this happens and gets the seasons going.

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  • zambonidriver
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    'CUSE AND COLGATE TO MEET IN WEEKEND SERIES
    https://cuse.com/news/2020/11/18/wom...nd-series.aspx

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  • Lindsay
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    Originally posted by zambonidriver View Post
    RMU has 9 players who tested positive so this weekend is out. No formal announcement on season until the state of New York makes its ruling. Season has been bumped back tow weeks from what little news we have gotten. Looks like the first two weekends in Dec. then nothing until Jan. Nothing concrete here just what we are hearing from the girls. So plan on Dec 4-6 and 11-13 if all goes well. Hoping for the best expecting the worst!
    Thanks for the info. Echoing what Zed said, the boards have been a nice source of info over the years, though I certainly respect those close to the programs who know everything and use discretion in determining what to share.

    I don’t even know if I want a college season given the pandemic but as I said earlier in the summer its been frustrating to see what meaningful things have been axed, and what non essential stuff has continued. Cross state adult rec hockey tournaments are continuing, but the college kids are struggling just to get a game in.

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  • ZedLeppelin
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    Originally posted by Lindsay View Post

    Yes, Hurst’s site is the same. I was wondering if there were layoffs at the SID departments, or if they’ve given up trying to share info when things are so day to day. The league should be updating their site though with basic info like a composite schedule and I don’t think they’ve even done that.
    I looked at the CHA site earlier and there was nothing for a schedule. That's not much of a surprise, though...the CHA doesn't exactly lead the pack with their website. I wish their media people would take some lessons from the WCHA website. Regardless of the choppy attempts at a season, the CHA should be putting out something - anything - to keep people informed, and that goes even more for the individual schools and SIDs (don't get me started on Penn State's SID).

    Originally posted by zambonidriver View Post
    RMU has 9 players who tested positive so this weekend is out. No formal announcement on season until the state of New York makes its ruling. Season has been bumped back tow weeks from what little news we have gotten. Looks like the first two weekends in Dec. then nothing until Jan. Nothing concrete here just what we are hearing from the girls. So plan on Dec 4-6 and 11-13 if all goes well. Hoping for the best expecting the worst!
    Thanks for that update. It's a shame it has to come from a fan discussion forum and not from the schools. And schools (okay, Penn State) wonder why a fan would want to create a little extra coverage to fill in the gaps.

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  • zambonidriver
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    RMU has 9 players who tested positive so this weekend is out. No formal announcement on season until the state of New York makes its ruling. Season has been bumped back tow weeks from what little news we have gotten. Looks like the first two weekends in Dec. then nothing until Jan. Nothing concrete here just what we are hearing from the girls. So plan on Dec 4-6 and 11-13 if all goes well. Hoping for the best expecting the worst!

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  • Lindsay
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    Originally posted by ZedLeppelin View Post

    Two days before the first series of the season, and not a word from Penn State about it. No word on a schedule, no word on how to watch the games, etc. In fact, since the Hockey Commissioner's Association announced a delay to the start of the season over two months ago, Penn State hasn't said anything about 2020-21. How about an interview with Kampersal and ask how the schedule is going? How about telling fans how to watch games this season, if they won't be allowed inside Pegula Ice Arena? Or will they be allowed into the arena? Anything would be nice.
    Yes, Hurst’s site is the same. I was wondering if there were layoffs at the SID departments, or if they’ve given up trying to share info when things are so day to day. The league should be updating their site though with basic info like a composite schedule and I don’t think they’ve even done that.

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  • Lindsay
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    Originally posted by gotanytape View Post
    So I'm hearing some players on RMU may have Covid. That might mess things up for this weekend...
    There has never been a more day to day season than this one. I really don’t know what to expect. Perhaps they will play without those players.

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  • ZedLeppelin
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    Originally posted by gotanytape View Post
    So I'm hearing some players on RMU may have Covid. That might mess things up for this weekend...
    Two days before the first series of the season, and not a word from Penn State about it. No word on a schedule, no word on how to watch the games, etc. In fact, since the Hockey Commissioner's Association announced a delay to the start of the season over two months ago, Penn State hasn't said anything about 2020-21. How about an interview with Kampersal and ask how the schedule is going? How about telling fans how to watch games this season, if they won't be allowed inside Pegula Ice Arena? Or will they be allowed into the arena? Anything would be nice.

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  • gotanytape
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    So I'm hearing some players on RMU may have Covid. That might mess things up for this weekend...

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  • Rightnut
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    Originally posted by ZedLeppelin View Post
    RIT is now considering reversing its plan to cancel the season: https://ritathletics.com/news/2020/1...ey-update.aspx
    The article says that they are playing, assuming approval by the State of the return to play plan. That is great news for them. Maybe it will spur Union and RPI.

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  • ZedLeppelin
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    RIT is now considering reversing its plan to cancel the season: https://ritathletics.com/news/2020/1...ey-update.aspx

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  • Lindsay
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    It is an insightful blog.

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