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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by LTsatch View Post
    Or the cheat sheet

    HOST INSTITUTION/CONFERENCE AND/OR SPONSORING AGENCY PROVIDES:
    1. Facilities.
    2. Key personnel and all other volunteers.
    3. Public relations coordination.
    4. First aid/medical services/AED on-site/ambulance on-site.
    5. Championships hospitality.
    6. Food/beverage concessions.
    7. Public address system, scoreboard, video board and production crew.
    8. Support personnel – ushers, ticket takers, media runners, etc.
    9. Security.
    10. Media room (fully equipped).
    11. Media seating/work area with constant refreshments.
    12. Tickets.
    13. All computers, printers, fax machines, video equipment, photocopy machines, telephone lines, DSL lines, etc.
    necessary to administer the championships, and as may be required by the NCAA.
    14. Appropriate directional signage within and outside the venue.
    15. Off-ice officials.
    16. Other items as later requested by the NCAA.
    17. Athletic training staff.
    18. Dasher boards clean of any advertising/signage.
    I would rather be the #1 seed.

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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by bulldog10jw View Post
    I would rather be the #1 seed.
    Ironically they were the #1 seed when UMD beat them at Bridgeport.
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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by LTsatch View Post
    Ironically they were the #1 seed when UMD beat them at Bridgeport.
    I remember. Unfortunately.

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    Yale Hockey Awards


    Martin Dwyer III Award- Presented by the YHA to the most outstanding first-year player of the Yale hockey team. Robbie DeMontis (Fr, F)



    John Poinier Award- Presented by the YHA to the best defensive player on the Yale hockey team. Frankie DiChiara (Sr, F)



    Yale Hockey Coaches Award- Presented to that member of the Yale Hockey team whose determination and desire have contributed most to team morale and the spirit of hockey at Yale. John Hayden (Sr, F)



    David C. Noyes III Award- Presented by the YHA to that member of the Yale hockey team whose performance and attitude has most inspired his teammates through determination, grit and courage. Anthony Walsh (So, D)



    J. Murray Murdoch Award- Presented by the YHA to that member of the Yale hockey team deemed the most valuable player. John Hayden (Sr, F)



    Edward M. Wright, M.D. Award- For athletic and academic accomplishments, leadership and dedication to the higher purposes of intercollegiate athletics. This award is based equally on two factors: success on the ice and success in the classroom. Mike Doherty (Sr, F)



    Malcom G. Chace Award- Presented by the YHA to that member of the Yale hockey team who, through sportsmanship, spirit, and ability, has best served the finest traditions of Yale hockey as exemplified by Malcom G. Chace. Joe Snively (So, F)



    Virginia Dale Hird Award: Presented by the Yale Hockey Association to the individuals directly or indirectly related to the hockey program for outstanding contributions. Richard Kaplan (trainer)
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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    Forgot to add that Ryan Hitchcock will be the Captain of the 2017-2018 squad.
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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    New Yale recruit for 2019, Ryan Stevens, brother of current Yale player Luke Stevens. http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=446529
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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    http://www.yalebulldogs.com/sports/m...20170523y07guv

    Eighteen former Bulldogs laced up the skates in eight different countries this past winter, and many made a tremendous impact at the professional level.


    Standouts on the national championship team, Kenny Agostino '14 and Andrew Miller '13, squared off in the first round of the American Hockey League Calder Cup Playoffs. Although Agostino and the Chicago Wolves got the best of the matchup, Miller recorded five goals and two assists in five playoff games for the Charlotte Checkers. The former Yale captain played in 55 regular season games and tallied 11 goals and 41 points.

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    Recruit Phil Kemp invited to the USNPDT Summer Showcase.
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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    CLASS OF 2021 YALE HOCKEY ROSTER
    NAME POS. HT. WT. HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM
    Brett Jewell F 6-2 195 Vernon, BC/Merritt Centennials (BCHL)
    Phil Kemp D 6-3 200 Greenwich, CT/U.S. National U18 Team
    Nicholas MacNab G 6-2 185 Indianapolis, IN/Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)
    Brian Matthews D 6-0 195 Marshfield, MA/Omaha Lancers (USHL)
    Kevin OíNeil F 5-11 175 Latham, NY/Fargo Force (USHL)
    Dante Palecco F 5-11 185 Whippany, NJ/Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
    Tyler Welsh F 5-9 165 Whistler, BC/Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL)

    Some nice size among the D-Men and goalie, lets hope the skill level is there. Kemp was drafted in the 7th round of this years draft, so I guess he could be called the pick of the litter. The forwards junior numbers are nothing to write home about, lets hope there is a diamond amongst them, as Yale can certainly use a finisher with the loss of Hayden. Having Harvard early in the schedule will certainly be a good litmus test. Macnabs junior numbers were average, so will Tucker be the starting goalie this year? It seemed Allain stuck with him last year, but his play was also average at best. We will see.
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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    Quote Originally Posted by LTsatch View Post
    CLASS OF 2021 YALE HOCKEY ROSTER
    NAME POS. HT. WT. HOMETOWN/PREVIOUS TEAM
    Brett Jewell F 6-2 195 Vernon, BC/Merritt Centennials (BCHL)
    Phil Kemp D 6-3 200 Greenwich, CT/U.S. National U18 Team
    Nicholas MacNab G 6-2 185 Indianapolis, IN/Des Moines Buccaneers (USHL)
    Brian Matthews D 6-0 195 Marshfield, MA/Omaha Lancers (USHL)
    Kevin OíNeil F 5-11 175 Latham, NY/Fargo Force (USHL)
    Dante Palecco F 5-11 185 Whippany, NJ/Green Bay Gamblers (USHL)
    Tyler Welsh F 5-9 165 Whistler, BC/Victoria Grizzlies (BCHL)

    Some nice size among the D-Men and goalie, lets hope the skill level is there. Kemp was drafted in the 7th round of this years draft, so I guess he could be called the pick of the litter. The forwards junior numbers are nothing to write home about, lets hope there is a diamond amongst them, as Yale can certainly use a finisher with the loss of Hayden. Having Harvard early in the schedule will certainly be a good litmus test. Macnabs junior numbers were average, so will Tucker be the starting goalie this year? It seemed Allain stuck with him last year, but his play was also average at best. We will see.
    If there is a diamond-in-the-rough there Iíld go with Kevin OíNeil who BTW is in CBJís Dev. Camp......Snively at NYRís. Hey, Kevinís from Albany Academy so I have to go with him

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    http://www.nhregister.com/sports/201...cruiting-class

    Kemp leads Yale hockey recruiting class

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    Snively invited to the Rangers development camp, Luke Stevens to Carolinas camp,DiChiara to Montreals camp and O'Neil to Columbus.
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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

    St. Ivany is in Anaheim’s Camp LT.

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    Re: Yale 2017 Off-Season thread.

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    St. Ivany is in Anaheimís Camp LT.
    Thanks Turk
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    2017-2018 schedule

    http://www.yalebulldogs.com/sports/m...20170707gng05p

    NEW HAVEN, Conn. Ė Four interesting non-league contests are at home this winter, including Arizona State's first visit to Ingalls Rink. That's one of the significant aspects of the 2017-18 Yale men's hockey schedule that was released today.

    The Bulldogs, who begin official practice on Oct. 6, have two warm-up dates before beginning the regular season. Yale hosts Western Ontario on Oct. 13 in an exhibition and then has a pair of Ivy rivals from Rhode Island and New Jersey in for a scrimmage eight days later.

    A big change for the Blue this year is opening the regular season with a home-and-home series against Brown. That set has been played in January the last few years but moves up to Oct. 27-28 this fall.

    The Bulldogs are spending a few days between Christmas and New Year's in Hanover, N.H., and skating at Thompson Arena, but they are not playing the Big Green. Yale makes its debut in Dartmouth's Ledyard Classic with late afternoon games against Minnesota-Duluth and New Hampshire on Dec. 29-30.

    The Elis are co-hosting the 2018 NCAA East Regional at Webster Bank Arena in Bridgeport. They skate at the arena against Sacred Heart a few months earlier in Yale's only non-league, in-state appearance outside the Whale.

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    Re: 2017-2018 schedule

    Yale thorn in side Kyle Hayton transferring to Wisconsin.
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    Re: 2017-2018 schedule

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    Yale thorn in side Kyle Hayton transferring to Wisconsin.
    I'm picking us to finish 10-12th next year. While no one knows the exact story of "why" Kyle is leaving........the rumors coming out are not good one's. Worst rumors are it's the tip of an iceberg and that there is a lot of unrest and there will be more roster turnover. Sad when arguably the best goalie in school history leaves in his senior year. Don't ever remember anything this bad happening in my time following the Saints. Pretty certain he is going to school this summer to graduate early and transfer as a grad student without having to sit out a year. Interestingly enough.....we play two games at Wisconsin this year.
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