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    The Rutter and KRACH both assign a rank to Saint Anselm, Holy Cross and Saint Michaels (and the ECAC-East would be computing an even less competitive score without them).
    Ahh my mistake. Fair enough then

    It doesn't help when one of your traditional powers (Manhattanville) is having an off year either. Plus, New England College is not as strong as they have been in recent years either.
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    Ahh my mistake. Fair enough then

    It doesn't help when one of your traditional powers (Manhattanville) is having an off year either. Plus, New England College is not as strong as they have been in recent years either.
    The NESCAC is currently hardly knocking them dead, either, what with Trinity in eclipse and the failure of Bowdoin or Conn to step into the spotlight. My figures show NCHA #1 at an average rank of 23.9, ECAC-West at 24.6, NESCAC at 25.7, MIAC at 26.9 and ECAC-East at 30.5 (32.4 without the DIIs). None of this addresses the intangible judgement of "most competitive" conference play night in night out.

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    Look, there is no sense in beating a dead horse. All I am saying is that on any given day , a number of teams in the ECACE can adequately compete with any team in any league on any given night. what rankles me is my impression that sometimes posters try to improve the artificial position or standing of their team by denigrating the quality of hockey in other leagues. Something like Norwich is not as good as their record due to the inferiority of the teams in their league, so my team(fill in the blank) is better than their record due to the real or imagined difficulty of their league schedule.I just don't buy that argument. End of story and discussion from this end.

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    My figures show NCHA #1 at an average rank of 23.9, .
    That sounds about right
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    That sounds about right
    How many national titles does the NCHA have?
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    How many national titles does the NCHA have?
    Well if the ECAC-W beat up on eachother every weekend like the NCHA instead of playing teams like chatham...oh wait..we have Finlandia
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    Well if the ECAC-W beat up on eachother every weekend like the NCHA instead of playing teams like chatham...oh wait..we have Finlandia
    To get back on the topic of Norwich Womens hockey.......is it me or is the Norwich goaltender, Kelly Fisk, the Rodney Dangerfield of NCAA D3 hockey this season???? She leads the country in sv % @ .962% is tied for the lead in shutouts with 4 and has an 8-0 record....and we never hear anything about her and I would not have known any of this if I had not gone out and looked myself.......I really do not want to hear the ECAC E league argument cuz all the leagues have "little sisters of the poor" in them that the stronger teams beat up on ...and it is not like she is playing every game it looks like her and Plamedon are pretty much alternating so I do not think they are "cherry picking" games for her....and Palmedon is right there as well with a great season.....I saw Fisk play in the Elmira game in the very beginning of the year and she looked good then, big kid and she moved well...........
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    Time to get this thread back on top with this:

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    Time to get this thread back on top with this:

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    A big congrats goes out to Julie Fortier (#7) on tying the NU women’s hockey all time points record, catching up to Sophie’s 163 points, with a nice (diving) assist in the game vs. Middlebury, which you can see here…

    http://www.wptz.com/video/30470753/detail.html

    I thought she gave a good interview too.

    Not having visited these pages yet this season, I figured I’d scan back a page or two and see what’s going on, who’s saying what and so forth.

    I see 5 4 intent to injure is still wishing his daughter would of followed Debus to NU. I’m surprised DHS has not declared him a terrorist and sent him to Cuba. 

    And yes, it’s strange how the ECAC east is this year. I mean Castleton with the record they have? What happened to Manhattanville? Didn’t they recruit a bunch of high school captains a couple of years ago?

    I will add though that next year will be interesting, with a bunch of NU’s top brass graduating. And with money tight (and getting tighter) at most schools going forward, it will be interesting to see where the top D3 recruits end up. But with a great core to build on, including that kid (Anderson) who is wearing the #9 jersey now, and filling those shoes nicely, I see Norwich at the Frozen Four again next year.

    So for those parents/kids reading this that are still undecided, the bottom line is that you get what you pay for. Norwich has the best rink, coaching staff, and school in the nation.

    Oh, and the best sports information dept too! Keep up the good work Prez.
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    ...and it is not like she is playing every game it looks like her and Plamedon are pretty much alternating so I do not think they are "cherry picking" games for her....and Palmedon is right there as well with a great season.....I saw Fisk play in the Elmira game in the very beginning of the year and she looked good then, big kid and she moved well...........[/QUOTE]

    Actually Mainiac sir Kelly IS the go to starter for the big games... well, in my book anyway. Now, don't get me wrong, we are fortunate to have two high quality goalie's. I will add though that Fisk was between the pipes for the Amherst loss, and although I was not there to see the goals against her, she didn't get much help from the offense either, given the 2-0 final. Speaking of Amherst, does Plumer still wear that hat, like my dad use to wear back in the 50's? Great chapeau.
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    Just a reminder to all Norwich fans, the gold third jerseys that the women have worn a few times this year are currently up for auction. The auction ends Saturday at the conclusion of the game against Holy Cross.

    There are still a couple of jerseys that don't have bids on them. Here's your chance to own a piece of Norwich women's hockey history. Let's get at least a minimum bid on all these jerseys to continue to help support the program!

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    Actually Mainiac sir Kelly IS the go to starter for the big games... well, in my book anyway, and I'll tell you why. Coach gave Plamondon the green light back at the begining of the season vs RIT, and after letting in two weak ( and I do mean weak) goals, well, it's been all up hill for her since. Now, don't get me wrong, we are fortunate to have two high quality goalie's, but Fisk has yet to let her fans down vs east teams, and has the record ( as you pointed out) to back it up. I will add though that Fisk was between the pipes for the Amherst loss, and although I was not there to see the goals against her, she didn't get much help from the offense either, given the 2-0 final. Speaking of Amherst, does Plumer still wear that hat, like my dad use to wear back in the 50's? Great chapeau.
    He indeed still wears the hat.
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    Fortier and Anderson earn major awards as Norwich dominates ECAC East season awards for second straight year

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    Eight different Cadets earn 10 different awards from the ECAC East tonight. Way to go ladies!
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    Quote Originally Posted by hockeydaddy View Post
    ...and it is not like she is playing every game it looks like her and Plamedon are pretty much alternating so I do not think they are "cherry picking" games for her....and Palmedon is right there as well with a great season.....I saw Fisk play in the Elmira game in the very beginning of the year and she looked good then, big kid and she moved well...........
    Actually Mainiac sir Kelly IS the go to starter for the big games... well, in my book anyway. Now, don't get me wrong, we are fortunate to have two high quality goalie's. I will add though that Fisk was between the pipes for the Amherst loss, and although I was not there to see the goals against her, she didn't get much help from the offense either, given the 2-0 final. Speaking of Amherst, does Plumer still wear that hat, like my dad use to wear back in the 50's? Great chapeau.[/QUOTE]



    I was at the game vs. Nichols last weekend and noticed that Plamedon was no longer on the roster........what gives? I also noticed that the new #1 in the program was a Sophie Mondell.....Pray tell is this the same Sophie Mondell that had played at NAHA???? If so where was she and in all reality....they may have just gotten actually deeper in goal

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    Quote Originally Posted by mainiac View Post
    Actually Mainiac sir Kelly IS the go to starter for the big games... well, in my book anyway. Now, don't get me wrong, we are fortunate to have two high quality goalie's. I will add though that Fisk was between the pipes for the Amherst loss, and although I was not there to see the goals against her, she didn't get much help from the offense either, given the 2-0 final. Speaking of Amherst, does Plumer still wear that hat, like my dad use to wear back in the 50's? Great chapeau.


    I was at the game vs. Nichols last weekend and noticed that Plamedon was no longer on the roster........what gives? I also noticed that the new #1 in the program was a Sophie Mondell.....Pray tell is this the same Sophie Mondell that had played at NAHA???? If so where was she and in all reality....they may have just gotten actually deeper in goal [/QUOTE]

    Sophie Mundell had been playing on the Norwich mens club hockey team this year prior to being rostered by the Womens team. Not sure what happened to Plamondon.

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    Tune in in the morning Cadets fans ...
    Coming up Thursday on The Really Big Sports Show ... Norwich men's coach Mike McShane (9:20) and women's coach Mark Bolding (10:00) looking ahead to the ECAC semi-final series this weekend at Kreitzberg. The Really Big Sports Show ... every morning at nine on NSNradio.net .

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    Okay then!! Looking forward to a redemption victory this weekend!! How soon until we find out the
    date and time to report to Kreitzburg for fan duty?

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    Okay then!! Looking forward to a redemption victory this weekend!! How soon until we find out the
    date and time to report to Kreitzburg for fan duty?
    Most likely, 3 pm on Saturday... I'd be shocked if different.
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    Most likely, 3 pm on Saturday... I'd be shocked if different.
    Both Amherst and Norwich web sites say Saturday, no time posted yet, though.

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    Perfect! That's what I was hoping for? Should be 2 great games at Norwich, and with an 11 hour drive, we will definitely stay for both!

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