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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    add an assist for Prapavessis
    Was there time for two assists?
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    I am watching on the ivy league network and I have to say that it is the worst broadcast of any of the other ivy games that I have seen.
    The camera is behind almost every play and the announcers just haven't done their homework and it shows.
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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    Was there time for two assists?

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    RPI power play

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Cornell penalty

    Let's Go 'Tute!

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by engineerhockeyfan View Post
    I am watching on the ivy league network and I have to say that it is the worst broadcast of any of the other ivy games that I have seen.
    The camera is behind almost every play and the announcers just haven't done their homework and it shows.
    Who ever is working the main camera tonight is keeping a much tighter shot than usual and yes, he or she is often behind the action. The "color" man (Tim Vanini (1987-88 – 1990-91)) is new and is questionable. Can't agree with you about Jason Weinstein.
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Angello for slashing. 16:01 1st.

    Penalty killed.
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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    after 1 period

    RPI 1
    Cornell 0

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    Who ever is working the main camera tonight is keeping a much tighter shot than usual and yes, he or she is often behind the action. The "color" man (Tim Vanini (1987-88 – 1990-91)) is new and is questionable. Can't agree with you about Jason Weinstein.
    Is there a Cornell announcer who isn’t questionable?

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by ServinisScores View Post
    Is there a Cornell announcer who isn’t questionable?
    Yes.
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    after 1 period

    RPI 1
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    RPI 1
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    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    Yes.
    Ok I’ll give you Dick Schaap.

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    First Period Stats:

    Shots: 11/8 Cornell
    Faceoffs: 15/10 Cornell
    Blocked Shots: 3/3
    Power Plays: RPI 0/1; Cornell 0/0
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    RPI 1
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    Being red-green colorblind, I have long given up trying to use the appropriate color for all schools, but I must add:
    From the Cornell Alumni Magazine Vol 104 No. 4 describing why Cornell's uniforms are bright red
    Some give credit to legendary hockey and lacrosse coach Ned Harkness, who came to the Hill in 1963. He changed the color of the hockey uniforms to bright red (perhaps because that was what he was accustomed to, after eighteen years at RPI); other Cornell sports teams followed suit.

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    Being red-green colorblind, I have long given up trying to use the appropriate color for all schools, but I must add:


    Maybe for hockey. But "Cornell University’s colors are carnelian red and white. Cornell's first association with its signature colors was the red felt banner bearing hand-cut white letters spelling “Cornell University" used during the October 7, 1868 inauguration of the university and its first president, Andrew Dickson White. The nickname "Big Red" for Cornell teams originated in 1905." -- https://meetezra.admissions.cornell....eId=467&type=2
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    Who ever is working the main camera tonight is keeping a much tighter shot than usual and yes, he or she is often behind the action. The "color" man (Tim Vanini (1987-88 – 1990-91)) is new and is questionable. Can't agree with you about Jason Weinstein.
    Is Jason the one saying in our zone or our puck. None of the other ivy announcers are so overt in their rooting interests.
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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by engineerhockeyfan View Post
    Is Jason the one saying in our zone or our puck. None of the other ivy announcers are so overt in their rooting interests.
    Clearly you haven't listened to the Brown and Yale announcers.
    . . . still crazy after all these years. . .

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    Re: RPI@Cornell 2/3/2018

    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    Maybe for hockey. But "Cornell University’s colors are carnelian red and white. Cornell's first association with its signature colors was the red felt banner bearing hand-cut white letters spelling “Cornell University" used during the October 7, 1868 inauguration of the university and its first president, Andrew Dickson White. The nickname "Big Red" for Cornell teams originated in 1905." -- https://meetezra.admissions.cornell....eId=467&type=2
    As I said, I am RG colorblind, but I think that the Cornell uniforms, at least in the 1960s, used a non-carnelian red which is similar to RPI's cherry color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40-Year Big Red Fan View Post
    Clearly you haven't listened to the Brown and Yale announcers.
    All questionable.

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