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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Quote Originally Posted by DrDemento View Post
    often we work too long for the shot and give it up without ever getting one off
    Recognizing the good shot is always key, too. We've had a lot of cases where we try to force the shot and it gets blocked by a forward, too. That's the kind of thing that leads to SHGA.
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    I'm not happy about it either, but Flag is correct (cue the Twilight Zone music!).
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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    It wasn't pretty, but I will take the two points.
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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Yale took only four penalties - but that was two too many.

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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Princeton won by a touchdown.
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    I'm not happy about it either, but Flag is correct (cue the Twilight Zone music!).
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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

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    It wasn't pretty, but I will take the two points.
    exactly.
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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Quote Originally Posted by FlagDUDE08 View Post
    Recognizing the good shot is always key, too. We've had a lot of cases where we try to force the shot and it gets blocked by a forward, too. That's the kind of thing that leads to SHGA.
    Stating the obvious. We take far too many shots from outside without working the puck in closer. Always better to move the puck in, even if the point man has to skate it in a bit, so the goalie has less time to react to the shot. i cannot remember when our boys had this as their modus operandi.
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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    I donít know if they listed the final stats on RPI tv, but they had 10 SOG on their 4 PPís. Nice to see them shooting more when they had the extra man.
    Also, Dr. D will like this, faceoffs were just about equal.
    Had Marshall in the PtC, almost picked up a shutout. At least Iíll get a QS out of it...

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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Might be the 1st game RPI had the edge in FO, 32-31. Now, that’s the total but as usual it would be interesting to see where/when FO were W/L. http://www.rpiathletics.com/boxscore...ockey&id=13016

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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Men's Hockey vs. Yale Highlights https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mM1o66zFUPU

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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Quote Originally Posted by DrDemento View Post
    Stating the obvious. We take far too many shots from outside without working the puck in closer. Always better to move the puck in, even if the point man has to skate it in a bit, so the goalie has less time to react to the shot. i cannot remember when our boys had this as their modus operandi.
    Taking shots from the outside is not in itself a bad thing. We need to work on getting people in front of the net for rebounds and tip ins. We are not very good at either of those two things. I have seen hall of famers make a living out of sitting in the right position to pick up rebounds.
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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Quote Originally Posted by RPI fan 4 life View Post
    I donít know if they listed the final stats on RPI tv, but they had 10 SOG on their 4 PPís. Nice to see them shooting more when they had the extra man.
    Also, Dr. D will like this, faceoffs were just about equal.
    Had Marshall in the PtC, almost picked up a shutout. At least Iíll get a QS out of it...
    Only when you include the center ice face offs! But we did far better in the third period albeit losing the last couple when Yale had pulled the goalie for the extra attacker and those were critical to win (and we did not)
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    Re: Yale @ RPI, Friday, 12/1/17

    Quote Originally Posted by engineerhockeyfan View Post
    Taking shots from the outside is not in itself a bad thing. We need to work on getting people in front of the net for rebounds and tip ins. We are not very good at either of those two things. I have seen hall of famers make a living out of sitting in the right position to pick up rebounds.
    EHF: As I am sure you noted, you do not miss much, our defense men just do not creep in before taking their shots from the point. They take most of them just inside the blue line and give the goalie more time to react. Moving even a couple feet in makes their shots arrive at the crease that much quicker. it may only decrease the time to react by milliseconds, but anything we can do that helps would be nice.
    Take the shortest distance to the puck and arrive in ill humor

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