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    Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Pointers vs. Seahawks...
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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Quote Originally Posted by GB Puck Fan View Post
    Pointers vs. Seahawks...


    I have no idea what to expect in this game. I've watched most of the Seahawk games this year and when they are playing up tempo and applying pressure they are tough to beat. The Codfish Tournament is the only common opponent I think and they beat the Bulldogs after they were swept by UWSP. I am pulling for the Seahawks hard in this one, I expect it to be a close game that will be determined by goaltending and special teams. Salve 3-2

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    Quote Originally Posted by landing1010 View Post
    I have no idea what to expect in this game. I've watched most of the Seahawk games this year and when they are playing up tempo and applying pressure they are tough to beat. The Codfish Tournament is the only common opponent I think and they beat the Bulldogs after they were swept by UWSP. I am pulling for the Seahawks hard in this one, I expect it to be a close game that will be determined by goaltending and special teams. Salve 3-2
    Point has an excellent forward group....very quick and good fore checkers...take a look at the first period from their game last Saturday night vs. Adrian..
    Their game is well suited for the big sheet at Lake Placid...
    Will be a fun game to watch, before we square off with Colby..

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    The Point Preview:

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    Their FF fact sheet can be downloaded directly from this preview..
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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Report on Jack Billings, Salve Regina's leading scorer..

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete99race View Post
    Report on Jack Billings, Salve Regina's leading scorer..

    http://www.newportri.com/newportdail...1c7fa4f35.html
    Pretty sure Billings is one of the 8 players on salve that were also recruited by Norwich that ended up picking Salve over NU.

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Quote Originally Posted by PrezdeJohnson09 View Post
    Pretty sure Billings is one of the 8 players on salve that were also recruited by Norwich that ended up picking Salve over NU.
    Interesting. Why did such a large contingent choose little known and little proven (at the time) Salve Regina over a known power Norwich?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    Interesting. Why did such a large contingent choose little known and little proven (at the time) Salve Regina over a known power Norwich?
    I'm going to go out on a limb here and say $$$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by PSUChamps2001 View Post
    I'm going to go out on a limb here and say $$$$
    If Neumann can buy a championship why can't Salve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adam_Krug#1 View Post
    If Neumann can buy a championship why can't Salve?
    No argument there lol

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Quote Originally Posted by PSUChamps2001 View Post
    No argument there lol
    I know the program well, Salve only gives Academic based grant money and financial Aide based on need like most schools. Not sure if you have ever been to Newport, but the campus is one of the most beautiful in the country, situated right on the Atlantic Ocean. The talent level across D3 hockey has increased everywhere, and the decision the spend 4 years on the ocean instead if the mountains of VT is an easy one for some. Additionally a few years ago, Salve finally made the Head Hockey Coach a full time salaried position. Up until then it was a 12k per year position. This had the biggest impact.

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Quote Originally Posted by landing1010 View Post
    I know the program well, Salve only gives Academic based grant money and financial Aide based on need like most schools. Not sure if you have ever been to Newport, but the campus is one of the most beautiful in the country, situated right on the Atlantic Ocean. The talent level across D3 hockey has increased everywhere, and the decision the spend 4 years on the ocean instead if the mountains of VT is an easy one for some. Additionally a few years ago, Salve finally made the Head Hockey Coach a full time salaried position. Up until then it was a 12k per year position. This had the biggest impact.
    Do they still play in that dump-of-a-rink?

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    Quote Originally Posted by d3hockey57 View Post
    Do they still play in that dump-of-a-rink?
    Currently Portsmouth Abbey but next season they take over occupancy at St. George school's rink, which is welt classe.

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    SOG 10-0 UWSP early.
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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    After 2
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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Congrats to SR...wow that netmider stood on his head....Start the debate did the better team win/sog's........at least SR has a Oswego transfer

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Quote Originally Posted by bakdraft21 View Post
    Congrats to SR...wow that netmider stood on his head....Start the debate did the better team win/sog's........at least SR has a Oswego transfer
    Last I knew goals scored determined the better team, not shots on goal. Go CCC!

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    Re: Nat'l Semis: UW-Stevens Point vs. Salve Regina

    Quote Originally Posted by CCC Fan View Post
    Last I knew goals scored determined the better team, not shots on goal. Go CCC!
    Stevens Point is a very good team and certainly had more offensive chances, but Salve had the better goaltender tonight and played very disciplined hockey throughout the game and stick to the game plan of not being overly aggressive. In addition to the saves they probably had 20 blocked shots too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bakdraft21 View Post
    Congrats to SR...wow that netmider stood on his head....Start the debate did the better team win/sog's........at least SR has a Oswego transfer
    A lot of those shots were from far out with no traffic and no second chances. It was a good team effort on defense.

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