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    Re: Big Ten > NCHC

    Quote Originally Posted by FredsDeadFriend View Post
    As the fan of a team who went into the NCAA tourney as a #1 seed only to lose in the first round to the #4 seed, I wouldn't count your chickens before they hatch. Don't assume a Yale/Union/Providence won't knock you out early.

    And I'm not making excuses, just stating facts. The Big 4 of the B1G are NHL factories, and blow away the NCHC in that regard.
    Really? Now you are just making stuff up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SJHovey View Post
    Well, if you can't make assumptions without knowing any of the facts, what fun would the internet be?

    No harm intended. As I mentioned, the thread is all about trolling the B1G or NCHC, so all is good.
    I can live with that SJHovey. lol You seem to know how to not take things too seriously. You I can get along with!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsy McStagger View Post
    Funny, that's exactly what JDUBBS would say
    It might be? He got banned a lot, didn't he?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredsDeadFriend View Post
    It might be? He got banned a lot, didn't he?
    You would know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arafel View Post
    Really? Now you are just making stuff up.
    What am I making up, that the Big 4 of the B1G are NHL factories and would blow away the NCHC in that regard???

    A couple days ago I looked up the points scored by each school's alums and here is the count I got,

    UMN - 268
    Mich - 217
    Wisc - 182
    MSU - 89

    Total for Big 4 of B1G = 756

    and Notre Dame would add 103, OSU another 13 and PSU nothing yet.



    UND - 211
    Dnv - 160
    Miam - 85
    CCol - 49
    UMD - 39
    UNO - 27
    SCSU - 27
    WMU - 26

    Total for NCHC's 8 = 624


    756 > 624

    872 for all 7 of the B1G > 624 for NCHC 8.


    UMn alums WHO LEFT EARLY all by themselves, have outscored ALL of the alums of SCSU, WMU, UNO, Mia, CC & UMD combined this year



    No need to make stuff up when the facts work fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by icehawk View Post
    You would know
    Why is that? I haven't been around enough over the years to know about more than what I read about him from others. I was only here one season that he was here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredsDeadFriend View Post
    What am I making up, that the Big 4 of the B1G are NHL factories and would blow away the NCHC in that regard???

    A couple days ago I looked up the points scored by each school's alums and here is the count I got,

    UMN - 268
    Mich - 217
    Wisc - 182
    MSU - 89

    Total for Big 4 of B1G = 756

    and Notre Dame would add 103, OSU another 13 and PSU nothing yet.



    UND - 211
    Dnv - 160
    Miam - 85
    CCol - 49
    UMD - 39
    UNO - 27
    SCSU - 27
    WMU - 26

    Total for NCHC's 8 = 624


    756 > 624

    872 for all 7 of the B1G > 624 for NCHC 8.


    UMn alums WHO LEFT EARLY all by themselves, have outscored ALL of the alums of SCSU, WMU, UNO, Mia, CC & UMD combined this year



    No need to make stuff up when the facts work fine.
    Again get a life

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    Quote Originally Posted by icehawk View Post
    Again get a life
    Maybe it would take you hours upon hours to look all that up, but it didn't take me much time at all.

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    Seriously, only JDUBBS is this big of a loser.

    Martin St. Louis having over 1,000 points in the NHL doesn't make Vermont an "NHL factory".

    How many players from each school have made their debut in the NHL since the B1G and NCHC started play? That would be a better indicator of which schools are an NHL factory.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tipsy McStagger View Post
    Seriously, only JDUBBS is this big of a loser.

    Martin St. Louis having over 1,000 points in the NHL doesn't make Vermont an "NHL factory".

    How many players from each school have made their debut in the NHL since the B1G and NCHC started play? That would be a better indicator of which schools are an NHL factory.

    Vermont? LMAO!!! Of course not, Vermont's Wikipage states the program has sent 18 players to the NHL.

    115 is a lot more than 18.

    So no, Vermont is not an NHL factory.


    UMn has sent 115 players to the NHL, if you didn't figure that out.

    UMn has more than 18 in the NHL right now at this moment.
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    I simply mentioned that I went to UMD, which is true. I went there during the summer between my Jr and Sr year, successfully completed the course and chose the Army when I graduated HS a year later. Then after my 4 years of honorable service, I went to a different college.
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    Say what you want about them and how poorly they obviously educated their students, Devry supports veterans.
    Dirty!! Now this thread might be salvaged.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredsDeadFriend View Post
    Vermont? LMAO!!! Of course not, Vermont's Wikipage states the program has sent 18 players to the NHL.

    115 is a lot more than 18.

    So no, Vermont is not an NHL factory.


    UMn has sent 115 players to the NHL, if you didn't figure that out.

    UMn has more than 18 in the NHL right now at this moment.
    No one cares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burd View Post
    Dirty!! Now this thread might be salvaged.
    How could it be saved? I thought that there was no hope for me? lol

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    No one cares.
    Oh really? Seems the NHL does. They've made multi-millionaires out of a lot of former Gophers. Can SCSU say the same?


    Quick, name me the SCSU alum ranked in the Top 400 of scoring in the NHL this season??? Quick, his name should be obvious, right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredsDeadFriend View Post
    Oh really? Seems the NHL does. They've made multi-millionaires out of a lot of former Gophers. Can SCSU say the same?


    Quick, name me the SCSU alum ranked in the Top 400 of scoring in the NHL this season??? Quick, his name should be obvious, right?
    No one cares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by burd View Post
    Dirty!! Now this thread might be salvaged.
    Thatís how bad this thread is. Brought him out of hiding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Time, Long Time View Post
    No one cares.
    Yet he keeps posting his drivel

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    Quote Originally Posted by icehawk View Post
    Yet he keeps posting his drivel
    I know it, we all know it.
    It's like a boulder down a hill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FredsDeadFriend View Post
    Oh really? Seems the NHL does. They've made multi-millionaires out of a lot of former Gophers. Can SCSU say the same?


    Quick, name me the SCSU alum ranked in the Top 400 of scoring in the NHL this season??? Quick, his name should be obvious, right?
    I think the point is that this the US College Hockey Online website, and this is the Division I (of the college divisions) board, and there is a College Hockey Alumni board, which, of course, you already knew about since you posted this thread four days ago, a thread that has yet to draw a response, which seems to confirm that no one really does care.
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