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    I'm assuming the wcha championship game will be shown on stretch internet right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrum Bucket View Post
    I'm assuming the wcha championship game will be shown on stretch internet right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scrum Bucket View Post
    I'm assuming the wcha championship game will be shown on stretch internet right?
    Which likely means about the first 3/4 of the game will be on stretch internet. After that, use your imagination.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue_dl View Post
    Which likely means about the first 3/4 of the game will be on stretch internet. After that, use your imagination.
    Nothing exciting happens in the last 15 minutes of a game anyway, right?

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    I really want to thank you fellow Tech fans for allowing us NMU alumni to vent yesterday. Maybe because we all had hoped for so long this matchup would happen that when all the cards fell into the right spot, we all made plans to meet back up for a mini-tInvasion reunion.

    OlverIsMyHero, NMUPiccDiva, HockeyBando, myself, and a few others had the ability to get to Marquette for Saturday. The timing worked out for all our schedules.

    But instead, we'll be sitting home watching the game. Instead of coming home to our Alma Mater to watch something that we (NMU fans) all last saw in person in 2010. And fewer saw in 1999. NMU play in a title game.

    Thank you MeanEGirl, Big blue, HuskyNation, and others for the outreach. May we all soon gather together again for good times!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bigblue_dl View Post
    Which likely means about the first 3/4 of the game will be on stretch internet. After that, use your imagination.
    Hey now, the Championship Game last season only cut out during the 2nd period I believe for me.

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    Just listened to the JSH. He had some interesting comments about NMU's ticket sales. It sounded like Tech (Suzanna Sanregret) had to fight for the 150 tickets and to have our pep band there. His comments on the BGSU and 200 tickets. Tech called BGSU and asked them how many tickets they wanted. They replied 200. They also returned what they didn't sell for MTU to sell.

    My interpretation, this was not an NMU ticketing accident/incompetence of IT systems. Give it a listen.

    Props to BSU and MSU for supporting a friendly competitive atmosphere.

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    I just listened to it as well. One other takeaway was when Joe mentioned that NMU may need Sanregret's help in a WCHA or GLIAC matter in the future and may not get it. My guess is she was not very happy with how NMU played their hand. Then I got a chuckle when Dirk said he normally doesn't promote other media outlets but mentioned the game will be on TV. Joe replied "see that's how you work together. Just tell people to watch the game and figure out how to sync the audio so they can watch the game and listen to you(Dirk)". I'm liking Joe more and more every time I listen to him.

    I like this team!

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    I just listened to it as well. One other takeaway was when Joe mentioned that NMU may need Sanregret's help in a WCHA or GLIAC matter in the future and may not get it. My guess is she was not very happy with how NMU played their hand. Then I got a chuckle when Dirk said he normally doesn't promote other media outlets but mentioned the game will be on TV. Joe replied "see that's how you work together. Just tell people to watch the game and figure out how to sync the audio so they can watch the game and listen to you(Dirk)". I'm liking Joe more and more every time I listen to him.

    I like this team!
    Found out on accident the best way to watch NHL on NBC...unplug the center channel if you have surround sound. All the sounds of the game will be there without the uninsightful chatter, pretty close to being at the game with the right system and some friends. Syncing the streams may be a little trickier, but I'd love to do it. Would help if wcha.tv had DVR functions during live events.

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    The Mix93 stream is typically ahead of the WCHA.tv stream. If you use RealPlayer or the Windows Media Player and play the pasty.net link you can pause the audio to sync to the correct time on video.

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    I didn't realize you could pause the Livestream, I'll try that next time. Played through FM last time the audio was messed up on an away feed, of course it was a few seconds ahead.

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    One thing I want to really give our staff credit for is teaching and developing players. It's amazing what has been done in the past 6 months. Our guys have really progressed and the credit goes to the staff. They put in long hours, work very hard and really do the job.
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    One thing I want to really give our staff credit for is teaching and developing players. It's amazing what has been done in the past 6 months. Our guys have really progressed and the credit goes to the staff. They put in long hours, work very hard and really do the job.
    I agree 100% with your statement about the great job the coaching staff has done bringing this team along.

    My only criticism is of the early, and less but continued, negativity by Coach Shawhan towards the players. Statistically the players on this team are on par or in some cases better than the guys before them even though they were admittedly ignored to some extent by the coaching staff through there prior years development. I can't help but think that with more positive statements and reinforcement that the guys would have played with more confidence and been even better. The sophomores, juniors and seniors on this team were a big part of the conference championship last year. Lesperance led the team in points, Gould in goals, Auk and Luchinni right on their heels. To sell these guys short by continually discounting there contribution (even alluded to as late as Monday's JSH) is mind boggling to me. This senior class is the first since 72-76 to win 20 games all 4 years. They've had 2 NCAA appearances (soon to be 3), a WCHA championship (soon to be 2), numerous other tournament victories and more to come. Luchinni, Gould, Rienke (if he stays), Jackson, Smith and most of the freshman have a shot to be as good as anyone on the list that Coach Shawhan continues to rattle off. It's really time to move forward coach and give this team their due. No matter what happens Saturday this is a champion caliber team in my mind and as good as any.

    I love this team! Go Huskies!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by manurespreader View Post
    One thing I want to really give our staff credit for is teaching and developing players. It's amazing what has been done in the past 6 months. Our guys have really progressed and the credit goes to the staff. They put in long hours, work very hard and really do the job.
    I agree completely. Also a shout out to the guys from "top" lines all the way down to the guys who don't play every night. They all stepped up at one point or another.

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    I agree 100% with your statement about the great job the coaching staff has done bringing this team along.

    My only criticism is of the early, and less but continued, negativity by Coach Shawhan towards the players. Statistically the players on this team are on par or in some cases better than the guys before them even though they were admittedly ignored to some extent by the coaching staff through there prior years development. I can't help but think that with more positive statements and reinforcement that the guys would have played with more confidence and been even better. The sophomores, juniors and seniors on this team were a big part of the conference championship last year. Lesperance led the team in points, Gould in goals, Auk and Luchinni right on their heels. To sell these guys short by continually discounting there contribution (even alluded to as late as Monday's JSH) is mind boggling to me. This senior class is the first since 72-76 to win 20 games all 4 years. They've had 2 NCAA appearances (soon to be 3), a WCHA championship (soon to be 2), numerous other tournament victories and more to come. Luchinni, Gould, Rienke (if he stays), Jackson, Smith and most of the freshman have a shot to be as good as anyone on the list that Coach Shawhan continues to rattle off. It's really time to move forward coach and give this team their due. No matter what happens Saturday this is a champion caliber team in my mind and as good as any.

    I love this team! Go Huskies!!
    We can go around and around about this, but where you see negativity, I heard challenge. Stats can lie. Two players can be statistically similar, but there is significant difference between their all around game. I assume that Coach was looking at his team as a whole, looking for guys to fill team rolls/be a total player. Coach likes his hard ice, hard nosed, complete players.

    A good number of our guys wanted to play a skill game and didn't want to play a gritty/hard ice game. To be fair, I only attended two Tech games, GLI championship and the Saturday @BGSU game. The difference between Tech in both games was night and day. At the GLI, BGSU physically imposed their will on us, and it started to wear on the guys as the game went on. Saturday @BGSU, BGSU came out to crush us, but we stood tall, matched their physicality, and played a complete game. To my untrained eye, it looked like a totally different Tech team. (More like the 2016-2017 team that Coach talks about.)

    As with anything, there is a balance. It appears Joe has found the balance that works for this team. Players are developing. (Has anyone regressed this year?) Our Freshmen have grown and are solid contributors. Our goalies didn't roll over and quit after the long inconsistent stretch. That to me is amazing and kudos to them and the staff for working with each other.

    Could things be better? Always. We need to beat NMU Saturday.

    Go Tech!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lost_Husky View Post
    I agree completely. Also a shout out to the guys from "top" lines all the way down to the guys who don't play every night. They all stepped up at one point or another.

    Go Tech!!
    Absolutely! I think Brice and Beretta could be as good as any forward on the team given more ice time and experience. I also think Blacklock and Anderson could have contributed way more over their 4 years, given the opportunity. Kiilunen, Rockwell and even Russell also looked good.
    I think the future is bright for MTU hockey.

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    So this week is dragging despite an overly busy work week.
    I am intrigued to see what type of game the title game will turn into.
    Both teams can score in bunches, and will the extra emotion cause it to be a defensive battle or a run and gun shootout.
    With Tolvanen to deal with, we need to get some screens and get him moving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskiefan906 View Post
    So this week is dragging despite an overly busy work week.
    I am intrigued to see what type of game the title game will turn into.
    Both teams can score in bunches, and will the extra emotion cause it to be a defensive battle or a run and gun shootout.
    With Tolvanen to deal with, we need to get some screens and get him moving.
    And score early.

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