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  • Sierra
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    James Wisniewski and Andrew Cassels two former NHL stars had to leave do to not having a college degree. Coach Wisniewski and Coach Cassels never wanted to leave. Both coaches still stay connected to the program. Two coaches in 7 years were let go. In speaking with a player at tOSU they said Coach Muz want her young coach's ex. Coach Kline to get a few years under the program and then move on as a Head Coach. That's one way Coach Muz sees how to grow the women's game Coach the coaches!

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  • robertearle
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    Originally posted by Sierra View Post
    Coach Muz runs a system of bringing in young talent into the DOO roll. Coach Kline went thur this system and currently Coach Muz has a former captain and player as the DOO. I see some on this thread take cheap shots at Coach Muzerall about assistant coaches leaving... so some quick education for those posters. OSU has a rule that if you coach at tOSU you need to have a 4 year degree. Coach Muz hired former NHL players to coach and both did not have degrees so they could only be for 1 year. Coach Elander returned after he left to Europe. There are two coaches that coach Muz had to move on from. When your building a elite machine you must always be looking to improve. Thats what I love about our young coach ...Never be satisfied...always trying to get better. The coaching staff at tOSU I belive is the hardest working staff in the country.
    So did they leave because they didn't have four-year degrees, or because "she's looking to improve"? You seem to want to say it is both, but that doesn't rally make much sense.

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  • Sierra
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    Coach Muz runs a system of bringing in young talent into the DOO roll. Coach Kline went thur this system and currently Coach Muz has a former captain and player as the DOO. I see some on this thread take cheap shots at Coach Muzerall about assistant coaches leaving... so some quick education for those posters. OSU has a rule that if you coach at tOSU you need to have a 4 year degree. Coach Muz hired former NHL players to coach and both did not have degrees so they could only be for 1 year. Coach Elander returned after he left to Europe. There are two coaches that coach Muz had to move on from. When your building a elite machine you must always be looking to improve. Thats what I love about our young coach ...Never be satisfied...always trying to get better. The coaching staff at tOSU I belive is the hardest working staff in the country.

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  • Timothy A
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    It's interesting to see quite a few "Directors of Hockey Operations" get promoted to assistant coach jobs in college hockey. I wouldn't think they'd have the hockey skill set needed to develop skills.

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  • Timothy A
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    The rodents fire a shot across the bow on the 3rd paid assistant front. UW hasn't done anything on that and I don't recall if Calamity has increased her posse yet.

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  • Scott_TG
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    Summary of UMD's incoming class

    https://thehockeynews.com/womens/col...-gains-another

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  • Timothy A
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    Originally posted by Hockeybuckeye View Post
    I still wonder how many years the WCHA as we know it has left? Michigan is exploring a woman's program and if it happens that makes 5 teams. With the Big Ten poaching Pac schools that makes the possibility of an additional woman's team or teams extremely high which would give the Big Ten the magic 6 number.
    Of course this is speculation on my part but I feel it's a distance possibility. Time will tell.
    I still wonder why some super rich person from a non b16 hockey school hasn't dumped a pile of cash on somebody's desk and said start women's team. I guess they would rather use the money on gold plated silverware for the football team's training table instead.

    But a b16 woman's hockey conference would be bad for woman's hockey so I am ok with the way it is now.

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  • Timothy A
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    Originally posted by BowWowWow View Post
    Women's Division I Hockey Inter-Conference Records: 2022-2023
    vs. CHA ECAC Hockey East NEWHA WCHA OOC Record
    CHA 8-32-0
    (.200)
    3-7-2
    (.333)
    13-2-0
    (.867)
    1-17-0
    (.056)
    25-58-2
    (.306)
    ECAC 32-8-0
    (.800)
    18-18-0
    (.500)
    13-4-1
    (.750)
    4-12-2
    (.278)
    67-42-3
    (.612)
    Hockey East 7-3-2
    (.667)
    18-18-0
    (.500)
    10-2-0
    (.833)
    0-5-0
    (.000)
    35-28-2
    (.554)
    NEWHA 2-13-0
    (.133)
    4-13-1
    (.250)
    2-10-0
    (.167)
    1-9-0
    (.100)
    9-45-1
    (.173)
    WCHA 17-1-0
    (.944)
    12-4-2
    (.722)
    5-0-0
    (1.000)
    9-1-0
    (.900)
    43-6-2
    (.863)
    This is a link to the page where I found these inter-conference records pasted above. They seemed useful for looking back at the season, and you may have checked them out a lot before. They did speak to the level of competition in the WCHA conference in 2022-23.

    As a fan of Yale, I have felt hopeful, seeing the top teams from the ECAC, for instance, compete pretty often with some of your top teams. Even as 4-12-2 was the overall ECAC 2022-23 inter-conference record vs. the WCHA, those games can be fun to watch. (:
    Wow what a great negative information. It makes a guy wonder about how the computer rankings didn't have the WCHA the top 4.

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  • Hockeybuckeye
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    I still wonder how many years the WCHA as we know it has left? Michigan is exploring a woman's program and if it happens that makes 5 teams. With the Big Ten poaching Pac schools that makes the possibility of an additional woman's team or teams extremely high which would give the Big Ten the magic 6 number.
    Of course this is speculation on my part but I feel it's a distance possibility. Time will tell.

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  • BowWowWow
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    Women's Division I Hockey Inter-Conference Records: 2022-2023
    vs. CHA ECAC Hockey East NEWHA WCHA OOC Record
    CHA 8-32-0
    (.200)
    3-7-2
    (.333)
    13-2-0
    (.867)
    1-17-0
    (.056)
    25-58-2
    (.306)
    ECAC 32-8-0
    (.800)
    18-18-0
    (.500)
    13-4-1
    (.750)
    4-12-2
    (.278)
    67-42-3
    (.612)
    Hockey East 7-3-2
    (.667)
    18-18-0
    (.500)
    10-2-0
    (.833)
    0-5-0
    (.000)
    35-28-2
    (.554)
    NEWHA 2-13-0
    (.133)
    4-13-1
    (.250)
    2-10-0
    (.167)
    1-9-0
    (.100)
    9-45-1
    (.173)
    WCHA 17-1-0
    (.944)
    12-4-2
    (.722)
    5-0-0
    (1.000)
    9-1-0
    (.900)
    43-6-2
    (.863)
    This is a link to the page where I found these inter-conference records pasted above. They seemed useful for looking back at the season, and you may have checked them out a lot before. They did speak to the level of competition in the WCHA conference in 2022-23.

    As a fan of Yale, I have felt hopeful, seeing the top teams from the ECAC, for instance, compete pretty often with some of your top teams. Even as 4-12-2 was the overall ECAC 2022-23 inter-conference record vs. the WCHA, those games can be fun to watch. (:

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  • Timothy A
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    Half of the USCHO 1st, 2nd, 3rd and all rookie team players were WCHA players, Idalski USCHO coach of the year (Watts a joke he wasn't the league coach of the year), KK co-rookie of the year, Jaques gets the PK, 3 of the 4 FF teams WCHA and the champ were too. Heck of a season for the the old WCHA.

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  • FiveHoleFrenzy
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    Originally posted by Timothy A View Post

    Money!
    Speaking of...This could be the Sinners new theme song.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WqNd4OchiRw

    Not too shabby...

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  • Timothy A
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    Originally posted by FiveHoleFrenzy View Post

    I guess you get chicken dinners with it...
    Money!

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  • FiveHoleFrenzy
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    Originally posted by Timothy A View Post

    dinners, grinners, spinners, thinners, skinners......I hate poems and I always hated Lit classes in HS and college. But you'd never know from my AWA mean Gene Okerlund Bucky interview, eh?
    I guess you get chicken dinners with it...

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  • Timothy A
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    Originally posted by robertearle View Post
    Winners!
    You were supposed to let my response percolate a little longer than 33.555874 seconds. Haha and LOL.

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