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  • #31
    Originally posted by Hockeyfan1979 View Post

    portal has underclassmen in it now. what does march 17 signify?
    Students about to graduate with eligibility remaining can enter the portal 'any time', as grad transfers. Undergrads who are going through a coaching change (eg the announcement today that Minn-Mankato coach is retiring) or having their scholarship reduced can enter 'any time'.

    It is only undergrads planning to use their "one-time exception" as undergrads who must wait for the portal to "open" before submitting their names.

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    • #32
      Originally posted by Russell Jaslow View Post

      There was an interesting article, I think in The Athletic, where all the negotiations for transfers occur behind the scenes all during the year. It's carried out by the players' agents and representatives. By the time the transfer portal dates come, everyone knows what is going to happen. Applying to the portal is just a formality (and they are only applying because nine of out ten times, they know exactly what's going to happen.)
      Exactly what I was alluding to. The Muzzinator is going to score big again. (Big Grin)

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      • #33
        It appears that new names are appearing regularly in the transfer portal, https://gopherpucklive.com/transfer-portal/, yet the dates as 'posted' on this thread are: Opens March 17
        Closes April 30

        http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_...UG_Windows.pdf

        Is there a way players declare for the Transfer Portal before it opens on March 17?

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        • #34
          Originally posted by top cheese View Post
          It appears that new names are appearing regularly in the transfer portal, https://gopherpucklive.com/transfer-portal/, yet the dates as 'posted' on this thread are: Opens March 17
          Closes April 30

          http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/eligibility_...UG_Windows.pdf

          Is there a way players declare for the Transfer Portal before it opens on March 17?
          Students about to graduate with eligibility remaining can enter the portal 'any time', as grad transfers. Undergrads who are going through a coaching change (eg the announcement that the Minn-Mankato coach is retiring) or having their scholarship reduced can enter 'any time'.

          It is only undergrads planning to use their "one-time exception" as undergrads who must wait for the portal to "open" before submitting their names.

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          • #35
            I see Josey Dunne at Minnesota is in the portal. I wonder if we'll have two Dunne's at Ohio State next season?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by Hockeybuckeye View Post
              I see Josey Dunne at Minnesota is in the portal. I wonder if we'll have two Dunne's at Ohio State next season?
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              • #37
                Originally posted by Timothy A View Post

                It probably wouldn't be too hard to prove, just have to take a look at a person's cell phone. It is very brazen to do what they did, the smarter play is to let things sit quiet for a few days and then announce it. Sure wouldn't seem very fair if other coaches were playing by the rules and there was one who wasn't. I think that's worth looking into.
                The NCAA doesn't have the subpoena power it would take to force a look at someone's cell phone.

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by Hockeybuckeye View Post
                  I see Josey Dunne at Minnesota is in the portal. I wonder if we'll have two Dunne's at Ohio State next season?
                  Quite possible, but, as much as I wish her well, I don't see Josey being a contributor on a really good program. She can't stay healthy, and, even on the rare occasions she could dress, looked a lot more like a role player.

                  Honestly, my goal for her is that she gets a good degree, and goes on to have a life without too much arthritis.

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Still Eeyore View Post

                    Quite possible, but, as much as I wish her well, I don't see Josey being a contributor on a really good program. She can't stay healthy, and, even on the rare occasions she could dress, looked a lot more like a role player.

                    Honestly, my goal for her is that she gets a good degree, and goes on to have a life without too much arthritis.
                    Actually I was told she hadn't made a decision yet but I don't know what offers she has.
                    I know full well how the health issues make an athlete a question mark, my daughter was a top prospect for D1 softball but the offers got scarce when she tore her labrum in her throwing shoulder her senior year of HS.
                    Last edited by Hockeybuckeye; 03-16-2024, 09:53 PM.

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                    • #40
                      Today, Sunday the 17th, is the day the transfer portal opens for "one time exception" undergrad transfers.

                      Because it's Sunday, I don't know what if anything we will hear. That depends on how diligent about working on Sunday university compliance officers and those reporting entrants to us are.

                      A little over a year ago, an all-BigTen volleyball player, Carter Booth, described on a podcast the process as she experienced it. She said once the paperwork is all signed and in place, and the student-athlete gives the compliance officer the final go-ahead, the rest happens literally in minutes. She said within a very few minutes - within five minutes - she had multiple contacts from schools and coaches, text, emails, phone calls, etc.

                      The 'schedule' for the ice hockey window changed from last year to this, so comparing numbers of players is going to be 'complicated'. Last year (as best I can tell) the window opened the day after 'selection Sunday' and not a week later, AND 'selection Sunday' came five days earlier in the month. That is to say, the portal opened on March 6th, 2023. Prior to that, from Feb 1st through March 5th, there had been 11 names put into the portal (grad transfers, etc). So far this year, with a longer period, there have been 38 names put in (24 through the same March 5th date). Through the rest of March last year - 3/6 through 3/31 - 62 names went in, including many but certainly not all of the 'big names'. Fifteen went in the first day, eight the second, etc etc.

                      (Numbers from the spreadsheets maintained by gopherpucklive web site.)

                      So we'll see over the next couple weeks how 'active' the portal is here in the final year of 'COVID seasons'.
                      Last edited by robertearle; 03-17-2024, 09:29 AM.

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                      • #41
                        I asked Julia Gosling after yesterday's game if she was returning for a 5th year and she said she was undecided.
                        It's a great day for hockey!

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                        • #42
                          Transfer portal update from @GopherPuckLive on Twitter/X which I'll quote since Twitter links don't work here:

                          "21 women have been added to the transfer portal in the last 2 days. All except one of those have at least 2 years of eligibility left. Compare that to the men with just 5 additions today (so far), all with 1 year left. In fact, a majority of the men in the portal have 1 year of eligibility. We will do our best to keep it as updated as possible in the coming weeks!"



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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by PSUfan View Post
                            Transfer portal update from @GopherPuckLive on Twitter/X which I'll quote since Twitter links don't work here:

                            "21 women have been added to the transfer portal in the last 2 days. All except one of those have at least 2 years of eligibility left. Compare that to the men with just 5 additions today (so far), all with 1 year left. In fact, a majority of the men in the portal have 1 year of eligibility. We will do our best to keep it as updated as possible in the coming weeks!"


                            As of Sunday the 17th, the women's "one time exception" portal for undergrad transfer opened. For the men, that won't happen for another two weeks. That is, right now any women's player can enter, but only grad transfers (and coaching change or scholarship reduction) men's player can enter.

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                            • #44
                              Originally posted by robertearle View Post

                              As of Sunday the 17th, the women's "one time exception" portal for undergrad transfer opened. For the men, that won't happen for another two weeks. That is, right now any women's player can enter, but only grad transfers (and coaching change or scholarship reduction) men's player can enter.
                              I just read the NCAA is waiving the "one time exception" rule due to the pending litigation. It was kind of obvious that was going to happen.
                              Russell Jaslow
                              [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
                              U.S. College Hockey Online

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by Russell Jaslow View Post

                                I just read the NCAA is waiving the "one time exception" rule due to the pending litigation. It was kind of obvious that was going to happen.
                                My understanding is that that doesn't change when the "windows" open and close. That ruling does away with the 'one time' nature of undergrad transferring. That is, a student-athlete transfers from school A to school B after her freshman year. Had she then wanted to transfer from school B to school C after sophomore year, she could but she'd have to sit out a year. Now she can make that second transfer as an undergrad without having to sit out.

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