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  • #76
    Originally posted by Lindsay View Post
    Headed to overtime 5 - 5. 3 v 3 until it ends.
    Colgate from Clarkson to win it for the tourists.
    CCT '77 & '78
    4 kids
    5 grandsons (BCA 7/09, CJA 5/14, JDL 8/14, JFL 6/16, PJL 7/18)
    1 granddaughter (EML 4/18)

    ”Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.”
    - Benjamin Franklin

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    • #77
      Desbiens and Ambrose pick up assists on Danielle Serdachny's game-winning goal, a bit over 5 mins into the OT. It came with just one second remaining in the power play for too many players.

      Congrats to Canada - a well-fought game! It was a wonderful tournament.

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      • #78
        Does anyone know why there were no programs sold for the tourney ? I didn't know most of the players during the game. It was like watching blind, no info on the players, no keepsake for later years.

        It all starts with the goaltending.

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        • #79
          Originally posted by sshablak View Post
          Does anyone know why there were no programs sold for the tourney ? I didn't know most of the players during the game. It was like watching blind, no info on the players, no keepsake for later years.
          Like the NCAA, to cut down on paper usage.

          This may explain how the tournament was officiated vis a vis body checking..

          https://thehockeynews.com/womens/int...-body-checking
          CCT '77 & '78
          4 kids
          5 grandsons (BCA 7/09, CJA 5/14, JDL 8/14, JFL 6/16, PJL 7/18)
          1 granddaughter (EML 4/18)

          ”Any society that would give up a little liberty to gain a little security will deserve neither and lose both.”
          - Benjamin Franklin

          Banned from the St. Lawrence University Facebook page - March 2016 (But I got better).

          I want to live forever. So far, so good.

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          • #80
            Originally posted by joecct View Post

            Like the NCAA, to cut down on paper usage.

            This may explain how the tournament was officiated vis a vis body checking..

            https://thehockeynews.com/womens/int...-body-checking
            They were prominently selling programs at the Frozen Four in St. Paul.
            Russell Jaslow
            [Former] SUNYAC Correspondent
            U.S. College Hockey Online

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            • #81
              I did buy a program for the women's Frozen Four, though it looked like they weren't selling a lot. It's unfortunate that it sounds like they didn't have programs at Worlds.

              By the way, Laila Edwards was tournament MVP at Worlds - chosen before the 3rd period (like Fillier last year). My prediction now is that M-P Poulin will be the IIHF Woman Player of the Year (like Knight last year) given her ongoing career!

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              • #82
                https://thehockeynews.com/womens/int...ollege-players

                Interesting that someone is finally talking about this. 13 players on the most recent team USA at the worlds championship were in college, which meant they didn’t need to be paid.

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                • #83
                  This again shows that both the US and Canada national teams could have a random draw of 20 out of their top 100 players and it would still result in the US and Canada playing for gold/silver while the rest of the world plays for bronze. That is how far ahead the programs are in north america vrs anywhere else. It should make it a 'buyers market' for the national teams, and I would actually be in favor of giving as many players as possible the chance to wear their country's colors instead of using the same players every year. Broaden the number of players who played is better for the sport than to give 'everything' to just a select few.

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                  • #84
                    Natalie Spooner is named the IIHF Women's Player of the Year! She had 5 points and a gold medal for Canada at Women's Worlds and led the PWHL in goals (with 20 across 24 games) and points (27).

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