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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyTheTiger20 View Post
    I'll need to short-circuit my biases the best I can before the game
    I did tee it up for you...

    Minnesota up on SCSU 2-1 after the 1st period.
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    Mankato is up 2-1 on Bemidji after two. Mankato with two power play goals.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyTheTiger20 View Post
    Now seems as good a time as any to inform you all that I'll be doing color commentary for both semifinal games of the Women's Beanpot on ESPN3 this Tuesday and I'm wicked excited about it.
    Too bad we donít get ESPN3 up here in the great white north. Congrats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonyTheTiger20 View Post
    I'll need to short-circuit my biases the best I can before the game
    I remember back in 2006 I was watching the men's semi-final on ESPN, and Gary Thorne was doing the play-by-play, Wisconsin vs Maine. Later on in the game, into the third period, Thorne was doing an interview with Mark Johnson, because a couple weeks before the UW women had won their first championship. And during that interview Johnson made some sort of reference to Thorne having graduated from Maine. Up until that point, I had not had the *slightest* inclining that the guy doing the play-by-play had attended one of the schools playing. Not a hint.

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    Mankato is up 2-1 on Bemidji after two. Mankato with two power play goals.
    Not only did Mankato beat Bemidji, but they outshot Bemidji 41-to-24 (according to WCHA stat box/window thing.)

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    Not only did Mankato beat Bemidji, but they outshot Bemidji 41-to-24 (according to WCHA stat box/window thing.)
    3-1 final with an empty netter for the Mavericks.

    Listening to the Beaver Radio Network's web cast, that sounds about right.
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    3-1 final with an empty netter for the Mavericks.
    And that's the score in St. Cloud, puck just dropped to begin the 3rd period.
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    And that's the score in St. Cloud, puck just dropped to begin the 3rd period.
    #9 is something else...Gulstene saves her bacon. Still 3-1 Minnesota.

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    Minnesota...***.

    3-3 giving up 2 late goals.

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    Clarkson 1 Brown 0 End of 1

    Brenneman in the nets for Clarkson.

    Other than one power play for Brown and when the puck was iced, the entire first period was played in the Brown defensive zone.

    Biggest news from this game is the ECAC leading scorer Lauren Gabel injured her right leg in a collision with a Brown player 3 1/2 min into the period. She had to be helped off the ice putting no pressure on her right leg. Has not returned.
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    As for the video, much better than the past 2 weeks however, the quality of the video is still not that Crisp, Clear HD TV that we see from Quinny and RPI. The video crispness is like the video before HD came on the scene.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vicb View Post
    Clarkson 1 Brown 0 End of 1

    Brenneman in the nets for Clarkson.

    Other than one power play for Brown and when the puck was iced, the entire first period was played in the Brown defensive zone.

    Biggest news from this game is the ECAC leading scorer Lauren Gabel injured her right leg in a collision with a Brown player 3 1/2 min into the period. She had to be helped off the ice putting no pressure on her right leg. Has not returned.
    Gabel is back for period 2 PHEWWWW. And she scores on the PP.
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    I assume the 21-2 OSU shot count in the 2nd period against Wisco is a typo

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    I assume the 21-2 OSU shot count in the 2nd period against Wisco is a typo
    Nope.

    OSU got a very early goal, and then a pair of penalties put Wisconsin on their heels. And the rest of the period was ice the puck, dump-and-change, ice the puck, dump-and -change. Third period has been some better, but still 1-0 OSU

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    Nope.

    OSU got a very early goal, and then a pair of penalties put Wisconsin on their heels. And the rest of the period was ice the puck, dump-and-change, ice the puck, dump-and -change. Third period has been some better, but still 1-0 OSU


    1-0 final.

    I know OSU fans think she's the greatest, but I've never been all that impressed with Sauve; she gives up tons of rebounds. Today she did a much better than usual job of controlling her rebounds. What there were (including one just laying there on the ice with about ten seconds to play) the Badgers couldn't knock home.

    The lone goal was a sort-of slow motion breakaway, more-or-less off the 2nd period opening faceoff. The puck pin-balled around some, squirted loose to OSU, the lone Badger defender tripped as she tried to start backing up, and it was one-on-one. Blocker side, upper 90. (best I could tell from the video, anyway.)

    Oh, well.
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    Harvard again shows they can skate with Cornell. This time with an EAG for the 2-2 tie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by robertearle View Post
    1-0 final.

    I know OSU fans think she's the greatest, but I've never been all that impressed with Sauve; she gives up tons of rebounds. Today she did a much better than usual job of controlling her rebounds. What there were (including one just laying there on the ice with about ten seconds to play) the Badgers couldn't knock home.

    The lone goal was a sort-of slow motion breakaway, more-or-less off the 2nd period opening faceoff. The puck pin-balled around some, squirted loose to OSU, the lone Badger defender tripped as she tried to start backing up, and it was one-on-one. Blocker side, upper 90. (best I could tell from the video, anyway.)

    Oh, well.
    OSU fans are not that impressed with you. Hurts to lose I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puckdrop14 View Post
    OSU fans are not that impressed with you.
    Why would they be?

    I looked it up. (If I got it all correct) In eight games against UW before today, she's given up 30 goals on 303 shots. 0-7-1 won-loss record. I didn't bother to try a 'goal against' average, because she was pulled twice (and 'empty-net' and 'overtime' time, etc), so it didn't seem worth the trouble. Games of five, and six, and seven goals given up.

    "Hurts to lose I guess."

    Actually, I think that may have been part of the problem today: no, it really doesn't. Wisconsin is going to win the WCHA regular season championship. Unless they drop a couple more, they are going to be the #1 seed in the NCAAs. The loss today just really doesn't mean all that much. I'm afraid that might have been part of the lack of intensity the Badgers showed today. A loss might actually do them some good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertearle View Post
    Why would they be?

    I looked it up. (If I got it all correct) In eight games against UW before today, she's given up 30 goals on 303 shots. 0-7-1 won-loss record. I didn't bother to try a 'goal against' average, because she was pulled twice (and 'empty-net' and 'overtime' time, etc), so it didn't seem worth the trouble. Games of five, and six, and seven goals given up.

    "Hurts to lose I guess."

    Actually, I think that may have been part of the problem today: no, it really doesn't. Wisconsin is going to win the WCHA regular season championship. Unless they drop a couple more, they are going to be the #1 seed in the NCAAs. The loss today just really doesn't mean all that much. I'm afraid that might have been part of the lack of intensity the Badgers showed today. A loss might actually do them some good.
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