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    Quote Originally Posted by Game0n View Post
    They were reviewing a shot from Donato (I think) that was very close to being over the line. Play had gone on without a whistle, so when there finally was a stoppage, the refs were informed and they reviewed the video. Turns out it was not a goal, so play resumed where it left off.
    Thanks GameOn, there was no announcement, and the official seems to take a good time reviewing it.

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    Re: Harvard Crimson 2017-2018

    Bowlby out again tonight.

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    Bowlby out again tonight.
    Down with mono. Out 3-4 weeks.


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    Scouting the Enemy: Harvard Crimson

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    Quote Originally Posted by HUCrimson#1 View Post
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    Ouch. Too bad. He was starting to turn it on.

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    Some observations from last night's game while waiting for another deep freeze to descend on NE.

    1. Our D has become soft and a bit lazy. Maybe more than a bit. For the first period and a half last night, we looked like we were in complete control. Then Princeton started to push back aided by a PP and from then on, our D was on its heels for most of the rest of the night. Inexplicable how an experienced crew with obvious talent can get pushed around. Sherman isn't doing himself any favors with the Bruins by playing soft. Fox I'll excuse because of the WJs. Then again, if Baughman and Dumbrovsky fail to block shots with Madsen out of position, it would have been a very different game.

    2. Our forwards outside of Donato aren't getting the job done. Skating isn't the issue, it's making plays and creating quality chances. I'm trying to imagine the month of February without Ryan and it is positively scary. I truly believe we might only win two games and score 12 goals the entire month. I'm not kidding. I'm hoping it looks worse than it is.

    3. Our PP absolutely blows. First or second unit, it really is a disaster. Reminds me of when Tommassoni was coaching the team and they had a stretch of 2 for 69 on the PP. Again, talent shouldn't be an issue. Something is missing for sure.

    4. Lack of identity or chemistry. The team seems to be searching for some type of catalyst or formula that will enable them to play a 60 minute game. Last night, they came out firing on all cylinders only to fade in the second half of the game. Utterly confounding. The coaches need to step up here and maybe try new combos or sit some people. There is a comfort level that is a little distressing here.

    5. On a brighter note, Madsen is playing great and the team has only lost once in eight games. Their competition has been subpar so far but that will change in the next two weeks. Players such as Krushko and Zerter Gossage have to play better. There can be no excuses at this point. Either they are going to push for a top four spot or be relegated to eighth or ninth place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Skate79 View Post
    Some observations from last night's game while waiting for another deep freeze to descend on NE.

    1. Our D has become soft and a bit lazy. Maybe more than a bit. For the first period and a half last night, we looked like we were in complete control. Then Princeton started to push back aided by a PP and from then on, our D was on its heels for most of the rest of the night. Inexplicable how an experienced crew with obvious talent can get pushed around. Sherman isn't doing himself any favors with the Bruins by playing soft. Fox I'll excuse because of the WJs. Then again, if Baughman and Dumbrovsky fail to block shots with Madsen out of position, it would have been a very different game.

    2. Our forwards outside of Donato aren't getting the job done. Skating isn't the issue, it's making plays and creating quality chances. I'm trying to imagine the month of February without Ryan and it is positively scary. I truly believe we might only win two games and score 12 goals the entire month. I'm not kidding. I'm hoping it looks worse than it is.

    3. Our PP absolutely blows. First or second unit, it really is a disaster. Reminds me of when Tommassoni was coaching the team and they had a stretch of 2 for 69 on the PP. Again, talent shouldn't be an issue. Something is missing for sure.

    4. Lack of identity or chemistry. The team seems to be searching for some type of catalyst or formula that will enable them to play a 60 minute game. Last night, they came out firing on all cylinders only to fade in the second half of the game. Utterly confounding. The coaches need to step up here and maybe try new combos or sit some people. There is a comfort level that is a little distressing here.

    5. On a brighter note, Madsen is playing great and the team has only lost once in eight games. Their competition has been subpar so far but that will change in the next two weeks. Players such as Krushko and Zerter Gossage have to play better. There can be no excuses at this point. Either they are going to push for a top four spot or be relegated to eighth or ninth place.
    Agree.

    Fox was way too nonchalant all night.

    Walsh needs to bevmore patient and stop forcing the puck through when there is no space

    Should have been 6-0 at one point. But too many non-finishers.

    On a good note, said Donato would be there through the first round of the Beanpot.

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    Harvard probably didnít deserve a point against Quinny. An indifferent performance with no pace or purpose until OT.

    Man does this team need to learn to finish. Byce, Floodstrand, Horton, ZG, etc.

    I would move ZG off of the 1st PP and put Badini on it.

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    Re: Harvard Crimson 2017-2018

    Quinnipiac, Harvard skate to 2-2 tie

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    I thought the Quinnipiac game was pretty evenly played. The difference was Quinnipiac was 2 for 2 on the PP and we went 0 for 3.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Game0n View Post
    I thought the Quinnipiac game was pretty evenly played. The difference was Quinnipiac was 2 for 2 on the PP and we went 0 for 3.
    Yup special teams was the difference. We need to spend extra practice time on both the PP and PK. And the coaches need to find better combos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothman View Post
    Harvard probably didnít deserve a point against Quinny. An indifferent performance with no pace or purpose until OT.

    Man does this team need to learn to finish. Byce, Floodstrand, Horton, ZG, etc.

    I would move ZG off of the 1st PP and put Badini on it.
    I don't know. Up until the end of regulation, I would have agreed with you. But in OT, Pelton Byce and especially Ryan Donato all alone at the right post (why he curled around instead of roofing a shot was a mystery to me) had chances to win it. Agree that we just can't seem to finish and I'm not sure what will turn that around.

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    Will there be streaming video for the Clarkson game? It doesn't look like there's a link to the men's hockey stream on their site ( http://clarksonathletics.com/sports/...streaming.aspx ). Looks like Clarkson will stream the mens and women's basketball games, though. Hopefully, they'll add the hockey game??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Game0n View Post
    Will there be streaming video for the Clarkson game? It doesn't look like there's a link to the men's hockey stream on their site ( http://clarksonathletics.com/sports/...streaming.aspx ). Looks like Clarkson will stream the mens and women's basketball games, though. Hopefully, they'll add the hockey game??
    Clarkson home games are streamed, free. http://clarksonathletics.com/sports/...eel-arena.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by drewcu View Post
    Clarkson home games are streamed, free. http://clarksonathletics.com/sports/...eel-arena.aspx
    Yup - looks like they just posted the link to the game today - it wasn't showing up yesterday. Thanks

    Clarkson Men's Hockey vs Harvard
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    Does anyone know whether either/both of the two streams is/are live-only or archived for later viewing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothman View Post
    Sounds like he'll be a great addition to the forwards next year. Do you know what other impact players, besides Wahlstrom, we will pick up? Always curious who's made it through admissions too??? Baker Shore is having a great year in the USHL - 24pts in 29 games. Rathbone was picked 4th round on D... Casey Dornbach could be interesting - a more recent commit with 31pts in 28 games in the USHL , will be a 21yr old freshman. If all these guys show up next year, that should be good news

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    Hobey Baker voting has started

    Voting has begun for the fan poll for the Hobey Baker award. Anyone is allowed to vote but only once per day.

    One can vote at:
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    Ryan Donato is in the running. As I write this he ranks in second place in a field of about 70.

    I assume the some here might want to support him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bothman View Post
    He comes from a great family. I remember sitting next to the Drurys at Harvard games. John Drury, Jack's grandfather, is a terrific person and very humble. His grandmother and aunt were also very gracious. We're getting a top flight person in addition to what looks like a hockey talent.

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