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    Re: Scores for Championship Weekend

    With Nichols getting the AQ, I've got to think there will be 3 CCC teams getting in. Pretty cool for that league - hats off to them.

    Sure seems like Salve's resume keeps them as the #1 seed in the East. I am wondering with the UNE loss and Hobart win, does Hobart jump over UNE as the #2 seed? Looking at them head-to-head, I think they will end up 2-2 in primary criteria. Hobart will take RnK and I think will eek ahead in SOS after tonight's games (not sure on this one). UNE takes win% and eeks out the point in COP (vs Norwich and So. Maine, UNE is 2-0 vs Hobart 6-0-1). So....if they go to secondary criteria I would guess they'd look at L25...both teams had long unbeaten streaks but the UNE loss would give Hobart the nod on this one.

    Any one have a different take?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KnightsOfTheRound View Post
    Will be interesting to see who gets shipped out to Adrian! The scheduling is as intriguing as who gets selected. Geneseo being within 500 miles of Adrian always makes me anxious.
    Adrian lost so will probably get an at large and be the traveler this time !


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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwatcher View Post
    Adrian lost so will probably get an at large and be the traveler this time !
    Figure SNC to be #1 West. What's keeping Adrian from being #2 West especially with the UWSP loss?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwatcher View Post
    Adrian lost so will probably get an at large and be the traveler this time !
    Adrian will still be the #2 in the West. I have no doubt about that. They host a quarterfinal round.

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    Quote Originally Posted by llama View Post
    I am wondering with the UNE loss and Hobart win, does Hobart jump over UNE as the #2 seed?
    In Geneseo after the game, we were wondering if Hobart jumps UNE for #2 in the East. And then, if so, does that mean they will not align the bracket so that the winner of the Hobart play-in game (assuming Hobart still has to play one) has to go to Adrian, to avoid a #2 vs. #2 in the quarterfinals.

    Like I said, very interesting decisions to be made regarding matchups and home sites and play-in game participants.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    Just got back from Geneseo. They steamrolled Fredonia from the get go. Geneseo had a hop in their step from the opening faceoff, thatís for sure.

    Will be very interesting to see who is home and where the play-in games will be East vs. West). That is after the interesting decision of who gets the Pool C bids...
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    Quote Originally Posted by geneseo View Post
    Really well-balanced scoring for the Knights this season, and much stronger on Defense and in Goal than last year. I know a lot of people figured they would have trouble scoring without Collins and Hills, but this sophomore group is really something special. The DI transfers on defense have been very solid as well.
    That sophomore group makes it very scary for the rest of the conference the next two years.

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    Re: Scores for Championship Weekend

    The selection show is 10:00am Monday, correct?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    In Geneseo after the game, we were wondering if Hobart jumps UNE for #2 in the East. And then, if so, does that mean they will not align the bracket so that the winner of the Hobart play-in game (assuming Hobart still has to play one) has to go to Adrian, to avoid a #2 vs. #2 in the quarterfinals.

    Like I said, very interesting decisions to be made regarding matchups and home sites and play-in game participants.
    I think this sets up 2 QF in the West. Hobart will probably pass UNE and might even pass SLV (can't see that data, but theirWIN, RNK, and SOS get better after playing (and beating Norwich). I can't see a 2 vs. 2 quarterfinal. Of course, I'm usually wrong when I try to predict these outcomes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    The selection show is 10:00am Monday, correct?
    10:30

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    Quote Originally Posted by NUProf View Post
    I think this sets up 2 QF in the West. Hobart will probably pass UNE and might even pass SLV (can't see that data, but theirWIN, RNK, and SOS get better after playing (and beating Norwich). I can't see a 2 vs. 2 quarterfinal. Of course, I'm usually wrong when I try to predict these outcomes.
    Iím starting to lean towards that, too.

    Unless they want to try and get three eastern teams to Lake Placid...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    Iím starting to lean towards that, too.

    Unless they want to try and get three eastern teams to Lake Placid...
    The draw is a dog anyway with both Plattsburgh, Norwich and probably Oswego sitting home. The only hope is Hobart.

    Now, picture the same teams next year. Where do you put the finals?
    Cooler?
    Portsmouth Abbey (Salve)
    Alfond (UNE)
    CCC?
    Arrington?
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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    The draw is a dog anyway with both Plattsburgh, Norwich and probably Oswego sitting home. The only hope is Hobart.

    Now, picture the same teams next year. Where do you put the finals?
    Cooler?
    Portsmouth Abbey (Salve)
    Alfond (UNE)
    CCC?
    Arrington?
    Itís supposed to be out West next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    The draw is a dog anyway with both Plattsburgh, Norwich and probably Oswego sitting home. The only hope is Hobart.

    Now, picture the same teams next year. Where do you put the finals?
    Cooler?
    Portsmouth Abbey (Salve)
    Alfond (UNE)
    CCC?
    Arrington?
    Seeing how the Cooler can't host a youth minor hockey tournament I'm going to go out on a limb and say they're out lol

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    Re: Scores for Championship Weekend

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    Quote Originally Posted by joecct View Post
    The draw is a dog anyway with both Plattsburgh, Norwich and probably Oswego sitting home. The only hope is Hobart.

    Now, picture the same teams next year. Where do you put the finals?
    Cooler?
    Portsmouth Abbey (Salve)
    Alfond (UNE)
    CCC?
    Arrington?
    Arrington dies not meet capacity requirements.

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    Re: Scores for Championship Weekend

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    and that's the final
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    Re: Scores for Championship Weekend

    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwatcher View Post
    Arrington dies not meet capacity requirements.
    Adrian's play by play guy seemed to think there were 3000 people there for the RS matchup between Adrian and SNC
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Coughlin View Post
    Adrian's play by play guy seemed to think there were 3000 people there for the RS matchup between Adrian and SNC
    He added 500 to the capacity since the last time I listened to him...
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