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  • Hockeybuckeye
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    Originally posted by Sierra View Post
    With the 3 new 2 year transfers and the incoming talent, especially the 2 from Sweden, the Buckeyes looking strong once again.
    Agreed!
    And having watched Josie St.Martin on USA's U-18 team I felt she could have as much an impact her freshman season here at OSU as Joy Dunne did in hers.
    And if the Instagram post was correct that we might be looking for two more forwards, our rivals fans shouldn't be lulled into a false sense of security that there might not be any in the portal on Bilka's level. You might be stunned on who she does find.
    Last edited by Hockeybuckeye; 04-10-2024, 11:19 PM.

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  • Bkruczynski
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    Originally posted by Sierra View Post
    With the 3 new 2 year transfers and the incoming talent, especially the 2 from Sweden, the Buckeyes looking strong once again.
    Josie St. Martin, Grace McCoshen, Jordyn Petrie 3 incoming freshman. 3 transfer portal here recently. Am I missing anyone else coming in next year? Thanks.
    Last edited by Bkruczynski; 04-13-2024, 03:03 PM.

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  • Sierra
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    With the 3 new 2 year transfers and the incoming talent, especially the 2 from Sweden, the Buckeyes looking strong once again.

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  • Hockeybuckeye
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    Originally posted by robertearle View Post
    Popped up on my Yahoo news feed, an article about McCade Webster, Denver playing for an NCAA championship, Makenna leading him two to one in championships, and the whole Webster family.

    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/denvers...182131023.html
    Thanks for sharing!

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  • robertearle
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    Popped up on my Yahoo news feed, an article about McCade Webster, Denver playing for an NCAA championship, Makenna leading him two to one in championships, and the whole Webster family.

    https://www.yahoo.com/sports/denvers...182131023.html

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  • Hockeybuckeye
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    Originally posted by Bkruczynski View Post
    I see Quinn Kuntz is in the transfer portal. I’m not sure where Quinn will end up but I wish her nothing but success and will continue to follow and support her.
    Thanks for that! Quinn is an awesome young lady. She has a nice collection of rings from her time at Ohio State and probably just want to be somewhere that she'll get playing time to close out her college career. We all wish her the best!

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  • Bkruczynski
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    I see Quinn Kuntz is in the transfer portal. I’m not sure where Quinn will end up but I wish her nothing but success and will continue to follow and support her.
    Last edited by Bkruczynski; 04-05-2024, 05:46 AM.

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  • Bkruczynski
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    https://ohiostatebuckeyes.com/news/2...a-championship

    An amazing season that I enjoyed very much. Thank you Coach Muzerall, staff and players for the memories.

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  • osualum86
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    Originally posted by Hockeybuckeye View Post
    Team USA's 55-11 SOG over Switzerland was just like watching an Ohio State game. (Big Grin)
    Another thing that was like watching an Ohio State game was Andrea Braendli being outstanding in net! She kept Switzerland in the game.

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  • Hockeybuckeye
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    Team USA's 55-11 SOG over Switzerland was just like watching an Ohio State game. (Big Grin)

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  • ARM
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    Originally posted by robertearle View Post
    Other than that one exception, as far as I know, redshirt is an absolute; step on the field, or the ice, and the redshirt is gone.
    The other exception that I know of is for national-team centralization. In the fall of 2017, Cayla Barnes played five games of what would have been her frosh season, then went off in search of a gold medal. Her first season was then 18-19, 19-20 was her sophomore year, ignore Covid, another Olympic year in 21-22, played her penultimate year at BC in 22-23, and then went to Columbus for her "seven years of college down the drain" season.

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  • Eddie Schorr
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    Originally posted by pgb-ohio View Post
    I'll sign up for that. I think.

    Plus six Frozen Fours over the course of seven tournaments. All of that might even satisfy robertearle. (smiling emoji here)

    I truly don't want to spoil anyone's fun. But I'm with you on this issue. Your Redhawk reference from a previous post is well taken.

    The word dynasty just makes me queasy. That kind of chest-thumping just isn't how I roll.
    We absolutely want to guard against going full Miami of Ohio. You never go full Miami of Ohio.

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  • bodyup88
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    Shows the power that football wields in college athletics, doesn't it?

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  • pgb-ohio
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    Originally posted by robertearle View Post

    A couple years ago, they changed the redshirt rules for football such that a player can play in three (?) games and still "redshirt". There was talk about doing something similar for basketball, but as far as I know, they have not.

    Other than that one exception, as far as I know, redshirt is an absolute; step on the field, or the ice, and the redshirt is gone. That's why the only thing I can think is if one of those years she played an early game and then was injured the rest of the year, such that she could have applied and gotten a medical hardship year.
    Fair enough; hope someone else has the answer.

    Yeah, it was Football I was thinking of in connection with one of my questions. And the number of FB games may actually be 4; though that would need to be checked.

    At the risk of stating the obvious: It's ridiculously inconsistent (if not hypocritical) that you can play 25% of the season and still redshirt in one sport, yet mop up duty amounting to less than one period kills a hockey season.

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  • robertearle
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    Originally posted by pgb-ohio View Post

    Interesting.

    First, let me say I'm reading the stats pages they same way you are. I went a little further and looked at the number of minutes played. In three of the four years, Quinn played less than 60:00 minutes for the season. In two of the three, it was less than 20:00 minutes for the season. She played more in 2022-23, getting five games.

    From there, all I've got is questions. I don't really follow the portal; don't know the eligibility requirements. You have expertise in this area, and might be able to educate me on the rules.

    1. Is there a number of minutes played that's so low it doesn't count as a year against? Perhaps a special rule for goalies?

    2. Even if there's no explicit exception in the rules, is it possible to petition for an extra year under these circumstances? Rounding, Quinn played a total of 100 minutes over the course of three seasons. If petitions are considered at all, she would seem to have a very sympathetic case.

    3. Is it possible that she did use a red-shirt year, and the website just doesn't mention it? In other sports you can participate in multiple games and still redshirt; even without an injury involved. Is that true for Ice Hockey? If there is any non-zero number of minutes that can be played while retaining the redshirt option, Quinn would have to qualify for that in at least 3 of her 4 seasons.


    Sorry I don't have the actual explanation. While I pay rapt attention to the players when they're on the ice, I leave the networking and investigative reporting to others. (winking emoji here) If you have a moment to provide some rules info, I'd be much obliged.
    A couple years ago, they changed the redshirt rules for football such that a player can play in three (?) games and still "redshirt". There was talk about doing something similar for basketball, but as far as I know, they have not.

    Other than that one exception, as far as I know, redshirt is an absolute; step on the field, or the ice, and the redshirt is gone. That's why the only thing I can think is if one of those years she played an early game and then was injured the rest of the year, such that she could have applied and gotten a medical hardship year.

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