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    Re: Providence College on the road to Chicago

    Quote Originally Posted by kdiff77 View Post
    Taking more shots is a good thing, though...
    Non-quality shots on goals that the goalie sees easily are not good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Zlax45 View Post
    Non-quality shots on goals that the goalie sees easily are not good.
    Then blame your forwards for not screening the goalie. Don't blame the guy who's pulling the trigger and trying to make plays happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiff77 View Post
    Then blame your forwards for not screening the goalie. Don't blame the guy who's pulling the trigger and trying to make plays happen.
    One year Bourque, one of my all time favorites had 384 shots on net, 12 goals. Team went to cup finals.

    At that level and most D 1 goalies make the first save, end of story

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokydad View Post
    At that level and most D 1 goalies make the first save, end of story
    This just isn't true. Rebounds exist. That's how a LARGE number of goals are scored at every level. I'd rather have a guy who lets it fly 10 times a game than one who tries to make the perfect pass every single time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiff77 View Post
    Then blame your forwards for not screening the goalie. Don't blame the guy who's pulling the trigger and trying to make plays happen.
    Bingo

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    Quote Originally Posted by kdiff77 View Post
    This just isn't true. Rebounds exist. That's how a LARGE number of goals are scored at every level. I'd rather have a guy who lets it fly 10 times a game than one who tries to make the perfect pass every single time.
    Its 100% true. Rebounds are created by the first save...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hokydad View Post
    Its 100% true. Rebounds are created by the first save...
    Ah. I thought you were saying the first save happens and then the play is dead. My bad!

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    Re: Providence College on the road to Chicago

    Very quiet in Providence

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    Quote Originally Posted by satyking View Post
    Very quiet in Providence
    If the ticket office is to be believed it should be a near-sellout or a total sellout this weekend vs NU. We had trouble getting tickets for a large group of people. First time coming to Schneider, I'm excited.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NU_Husky View Post
    If the ticket office is to be believed it should be a near-sellout or a total sellout this weekend vs NU. We had trouble getting tickets for a large group of people. First time coming to Schneider, I'm excited.
    They probably just didn't want their available tickets going to the unwashed masses of NU fandom.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Papagiorgio View Post
    They probably just didn't want their available tickets going to the unwashed masses of NU fandom.
    We have two PC alums in this group, I thought we were in the clear!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by NU_Husky View Post
    If the ticket office is to be believed it should be a near-sellout or a total sellout this weekend vs NU. We had trouble getting tickets for a large group of people. First time coming to Schneider, I'm excited.
    PC sells out nearly every game but fans don't show up that is the issue

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    Re: Providence College on the road to Chicago

    Anyone know what Conway's injury is? Doesn't look like he is playing this weekend.

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    Re: Providence College on the road to Chicago

    Watching on the NU free livestream. With a couple of minutes left in period one, PC could not look any worse. Multiple turnovers in their own end, and no offensive game at all. ***??

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    3-0 NU late in the 2nd. The team has issues. Lack of talent is apparent.

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    Another brilliant penalty by Pinho with 2 seconds left in the second period.

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    Re: Providence College on the road to Chicago

    How do I find the site for NU feed

    Found it
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    Re: Providence College on the road to Chicago

    Someone woke up that team for the final ten minutes, Hawkey saved their butts in this game as the defense was terrible especially Walman who kept turning over the puck in his own end.

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    PC continues to take bad penalties. Taking penalties when you are going on your own power play is the worse. PK was inept. Give them some credit for coming back in last 12 minutes but they need to realize it's what they have to do all game. Leaman preaches it but hasn't sunk in yet I guess. Defense was horrible, leaving Hawkey on an island.

    We'll see if coaching staff can get these guys focused for the return match tonight.

    Most concerning on the penalties is the returning players getting called.

    Conway played last night. Leaman not sure he will play him 2 nights in a row coming off the injury from the Brown game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 73PCFriar View Post
    PC continues to take bad penalties. Taking penalties when you are going on your own power play is the worse. PK was inept. Give them some credit for coming back in last 12 minutes but they need to realize it's what they have to do all game. Leaman preaches it but hasn't sunk in yet I guess. Defense was horrible, leaving Hawkey on an island.

    We'll see if coaching staff can get these guys focused for the return match tonight.

    Most concerning on the penalties is the returning players getting called.

    Conway played last night. Leaman not sure he will play him 2 nights in a row coming off the injury from the Brown game.
    The problem with this team coming into the season was the youth. Last night, they played one freshman on defense and another one in Ruggerio who was hasn't played much at PC. The other four are longtime veterans and need to be much better.

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