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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    According to a poster in the schedules thread, Lowell will be playing a home and away series vs. RPI.

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    For Lowell, it's a home-and-home Thanksgiving weekend. Friday at Lowell, Sunday at RPI.

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    As I read an article the other day about Cam Burke at Notre Dame, I was surprised to read that his father played at Lowell from 89-91.

    It made me wonder about our "legacy" kids here. I know we have one in the pipeline (Meehan), but those that have come here (at least from when I started school in 92), I don't remember too many working out for whatever reason. I know we've had a couple like Eiserman, but his brother went elsewhere. Others that we recruited that went elsewhere.

    Just wonder why...?
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    As I read an article the other day about Cam Burke at Notre Dame, I was surprised to read that his father played at Lowell from 89-91.

    It made me wonder about our "legacy" kids here. I know we have one in the pipeline (Meehan), but those that have come here (at least from when I started school in 92), I don't remember too many working out for whatever reason. I know we've had a couple like Eiserman, but his brother went elsewhere. Others that we recruited that went elsewhere.

    Just wonder why...?
    Can you think of any examples where the legacy player was a standout player? I recall being a little disappointing Sean MacTavish didn't come to Lowell, but he ended up not going to BU and he also didn't do anything at UAA. I'm not sure Lowell even recruited him.

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    Can you think of any examples where the legacy player was a standout player? I recall being a little disappointing Sean MacTavish didn't come to Lowell, but he ended up not going to BU and he also didn't do anything at UAA. I'm not sure Lowell even recruited him.
    BC and BU's rosters are littered with them. Same out west with the big schools.
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    BC and BU's rosters are littered with them. Same out west with the big schools.
    I meant standout players that were sons of former Lowell players.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    I meant standout players that were sons of former Lowell players.
    Fair point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by UMLFan View Post
    Fair point.
    That's why I love to beat those schools

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    DI Committee on Academics considers transfer rule changes.

    The Division I Committee on Academics will recommend to the Transfer Working Group that four-year transfer student-athletes who meet specific grade-point average and progress-toward-degree requirements be able to compete immediately at the second school.

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    Terrible news. I saw a tweet about it late last night, no details at the time just that it was bad.

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    Congratulations to UML Women’s Lacrosse player Noelle Lambert.

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    Also congrats to Connor Hellebuyck for breaking the record for most wins by a US born goalie. He won his 44th for the Jets on Saturday night.
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    It's pretty awesome to see Carter Hutton and Connor Hellebuyck sitting at the top of the NHL Stats pages for save percentage and wins respectively.

    https://i.imgur.com/vGnySxM.png

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    Cam Ellsworth is a finalist for the open HC job at UAA:
    https://www.collegehockeynews.com/ne...ng-Process.php
    The fans in the UAA thread are hearing Cam got the position.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    The fans in the UAA thread are hearing Cam got the position.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ScottK View Post
    I was hoping that might be the case. The Alaska programs have been in jeopardy as of late and I would have been surprised if he took it. Maybe he was able to get a pay raise out of it. He'll move on eventually, but I'll be glad if he returns next season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Middle Street View Post
    I was hoping that might be the case. The Alaska programs have been in jeopardy as of late and I would have been surprised if he took it. Maybe he was able to get a pay raise out of it. He'll move on eventually, but I'll be glad if he returns next season.
    Glad he's back

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