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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Great game Cornell and great game Michigan! That's some good hockey, certainly keeps you on the edge of your seat!
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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Woohoo! What a nailbiter.

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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Who thought Ferris would be the only CCHA team to survive today?

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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Way to go Big Red.

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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Quote Originally Posted by DaveStPaul View Post
    Master sandbagger! Well done. Or, don't ever go to Vegas.
    I take it you don't know how many 3rd period leads Cornell has blown this year that ended in a tie or loss? Me either, but it's around 10, IIRC (out of a 29 game season).
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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Where's that dude that started a thread about how everyone should bow down to the CCHA when you need him?

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    Thumbs up Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    When was the last time that two ECAC teams won in the first round of the NCAAs? It's not unprecedented, but it's been a while.
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Thumbs up Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Cornell's Three Stars of the Game:

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    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    When was the last time that two ECAC teams won in the first round of the NCAAs? It's not unprecedented, but it's been a while.
    Technically, never. The last time two ECAC teams won at least one game was 1996, when both Clarkson and Vermont won, but UVM had a bye through the First Round that year. (Cornell came within a millimeter of making it three members winning that year).
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    Re: #4 Cornell vs. #1 Michigan - NCAA Midwest Regional

    Quote Originally Posted by Kepler View Post
    Technically, never. The last time two ECAC teams won at least one game was 1996, when both Clarkson and Vermont won, but UVM had a bye through the First Round that year. (Cornell came within a millimeter of making it three members winning that year).
    Actually technically, when the tournament only had four teams (my era), the semi-finals were the first round. Several times ECAC (both the old ECAC and the current ECAC members) teams won both semi-finals:

    1978 -- BU & BC
    1972 -- BU & Cornell
    1970 -- Cornell & Clarkson
    1967 -- Cornell & BU
    1949 -- BC & Dartmouth
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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