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    Quote Originally Posted by DLG View Post
    Also not getting it- Wonder if not being produced since game was moved to Coyotes arena
    Rogie says they are working on it.
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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

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    Rogie says they are working on it.
    ASU posted that it won't be working tonight. They'll try again tomorrow. 1-0 BU on a Carpenter PP goal.

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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

    Crone, Tkachuk and Bowers scored, it’s 4-0.

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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

    mookie should be very happy in china; will need to update his HEA OOC thread.

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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

    Bobo makes it 5-0.

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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

    6-0, Chase Phelps, unassisted.

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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

    Tkachuk with the PAT, 7-0.

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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

    Chabot makes it 8-0.

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    Now let’s see a run of 8-0 games to close out the season!

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    mookie should be very happy in china; will need to update his HEA OOC thread.
    Alas sitting now in Dubai.....

    But was a good week and a half

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlet View Post
    Chabot makes it 8-0.
    My bad. I believe Bobo had this goal. That’s a hat trick for him! Also, Krys was injured (shoulder). Drew a 5-minute major on the play, though.

    Saw a tweet from Jeff Cox this morning that if the Terriers go 7-2 the rest of the way, they could rise high enough in the PWR to make the tournament if they make it to the Garden. So many ifs there, though. I kinda just want to see how tonight goes first before that whole conversation takes place.

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    Re: Boston University 17-18 - thread El Segundo

    Scarlet, I know you agree with this and said as much below (above), but before we start licking each other's lolly pops (tm mookie), let's remember these wins are against Merrimack and a school in the desert that went D1 3 years ago.

    But yeah, baby steps.

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    Scarlet, I know you agree with this and said as much below (above), but before we start licking each other's lolly pops (tm mookie), let's remember these wins are against Merrimack and a school in the desert that went D1 3 years ago.

    But yeah, baby steps.

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    ASU did beat UML and tied Quinnipiac, so there is some element of competitiveness there. But I agree with your overall point. If they can win tonight, at UMass, and then against Harvard, then perhaps it becomes a little more realistic to think about the possibilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bomber View Post
    Scarlet, I know you agree with this and said as much below (above), but before we start licking each other's lolly pops (tm mookie), let's remember these wins are against Merrimack and a school in the desert that went D1 3 years ago.

    But yeah, baby steps.

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    Yeah, you are totally preaching to the choir here. Like I said, I want to see what happens tonight. Let’s start with that. No Krys, and for six of those remaining games, no Greenway. It will be interesting to see how this team responds. Hopefully they’re building confidence with each game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mookie1995 View Post
    Now let’s see a run of 8-0 games to close out the season!



    Alas sitting now in Dubai.....

    But was a good week and a half
    Hmmmm....that's a long way from China. Is this job golf-related or something else? Are you previewing the course for the European tour?
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    ASU did beat UML and tied Quinnipiac, so there is some element of competitiveness there. But I agree with your overall point. If they can win tonight, at UMass, and then against Harvard, then perhaps it becomes a little more realistic to think about the possibilities.
    And therein lies the problem. "Stringing together" several good games in a row. It's sort of like when we go through the Patriots schedule in August game by game and say, "OK. Win there. Win there. Check. No problem." Each game "individually" looks winnable. But that's not how it works. This is where focus and coaching come in. You have to get these guys to have short memories and to focus on the task at hand (to use an overused cliche but one that is absolutely accurate, "Do your job."). This applies to ANYTHING in life. Even my job as a software developer. I can look at it "holistically" but that won't help me write the code that needs to be done TOMORROW. That's why we have managers - to "manage" our tasks and timelines so that the work can be broken down into more "granular" units. This way it doesn't seem as overwhelming. So to Scarlet's point, let's just see what they do TONIGHT and not worry about the games down the road. If they can actually manage to win three or four in a row (something they have yet to prove they can do, by the way - this "current" streak is the FIRST time all year they have won even three in a row), then the discussion will become more meaningful. It's interesting speculation, but not pertinent to the immediate task at hand.

    Sometimes I think these guys know they have so much talent they just coast through games and think they can "turn it on" whenever they need to. And to be fair, that USED to work when we made the playoffs every year and there wasn't the depth of competition there is now. This was before we had to worry about every game and how many "points" we would lose if they didn't win a "meaningless" game in November. But that's not the way it is now - you have to be consistent or you can't get yourself into good position - which is essential unless you want to play five tough teams in a row to get to the holy grail. Look at last year - they beat North Dakota, which nobody gave them a chance to do. But then look at what happened the next night. It's just too tall of a task to expect to accomplish. The coaching staff has to impart upon the players that the "rules" have changed and they can't take games off. Easier said than done, but that's their job!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scarlet View Post
    Chabot makes it 8-0.
    The eight goal margin of victory might be the largest since I've been a fan. I recall a few 9-2 wins and a 7-0 win, but no 8-goal wins. Maybe a question for Sean?

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    Hmmmm....that's a long way from China. Is this job golf-related or something else? Are you previewing the course for the European tour?
    More likely he's on the run from the law...
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    The eight goal margin of victory might be the largest since I've been a fan. I recall a few 9-2 wins and a 7-0 win, but no 8-goal wins. Maybe a question for Sean?
    There were a couple big blowouts of Denver (I think) at WBA in the early 90's, something like 9-0 and 11-1. I think the BU fans cheered for Denver when they finally got a goal on the second night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by defkit View Post
    There were a couple big blowouts of Denver (I think) at WBA in the early 90's, something like 9-0 and 11-1. I think the BU fans cheered for Denver when they finally got a goal on the second night.
    My freshman year 75-76 I attended a 13-3 blowout of Colgate as I was hosting 2 members of the Red Raider community from my hometown. They also scored 13 markers vs Yale later that year. Junior year in the 77-78 opener they beat Merrimack 13-5 and beat BC 12-5 and 10-5 later that year. In 1996 they beat UMass 14-1 in QF if HE tourney

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    Boy am I glad they “fixed” the stream. They might want to place the cameras a little higher so somebody could see something. Oh, wait, they ARE up high. The ceiling at the “arena” is only 15 feet high. Hmmm. Pretty tough to see the game. At least the commentary is insightful...ahem...

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