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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Very cool, Amherst@Norwich at 3 and Plattsburgh@Middlebury at 7!!!

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Does that mean you're gonna be a hill hopper and go to both?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eagletrack View Post
    Does that mean you're gonna be a hill hopper and go to both?
    Yes, I do love Northfield, but with the Midd game so close, why linger longer?

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Big day in the Green Mountains!
    GO U NESCACers!!!

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    NESCAC disaster in Vermont!
    Norwich came out strong and dominated Amherst winning 5-0. The Cadets opened the scoring when Lynn chased down a loose puck in the right circle and her shot was deftly deflected by Invernizzi into the top left corner of the net beating Murphy stickside. DeBus got her first goal late in the 1st, with assists by Gove and Parsons. DeBus added a second early in the 2nd when she pounced on a Lord Jeff clearing pass at the side of the crease and easily beat Murphy from in close. The Cadets extended the lead to four when DeBus fed from center to Gove breaking 2x1 down left wing and into the left circle, faking a shot, drawing the D and making a perfect feed to Lortie for the finish under Murphy. Fortier added a powerplay goal midway in the 3rd taking a pass from Rundlett and wristing one under Murphy from the left circle. Norwich now moves onto face Gustavus Adolphus.
    The nightcap over in Middlebury was much more closely contested. Following 10 minutes of back and forth action Plattsburgh took an offensive zone penalty; Midd was applying pressure and it resulted in a second penalty. On the 5x3 the Panthers set up with Ugalde passing to Melberg on the right dot and she threw the puck back to Ugalde at the left dot for a one timer beating Aveson up stickside. Midd then cashed in a second powerplay goal; Styrbicki passed from center of the blueline to Krakower at the top of the right circle; Krakower's drive handcuffed Aveson with the rebound to Bielawski in the slot for a put back and a 2-0 Midd lead. The Cardinals got one back when Caldwell fought in the right corner and fed the puck up the half boards to Parke; she shot from just inside the blueline, into and through a scrum screening Jones and in up on the short gloveside. The 2nd saw lots of old time firewagon hockey and both goalies playing well. Aveson made a big stop on Sullivan from in close about 6 minutes into the period. Kistner then had a great look on a Cardinal powerplay only to see her shot wide shortside. Aveson again came up big with the glove on Bielawski on a shot from the right circle off a D turnover at 14:32. Midd appeared to be carrying play in the 3rd until a crucial call on Greer resulted in her being sent off for a major for hitting from behind. I saw both Greer and a Plattsburgh player go down and into the boards, but hardly felt the major call warranted, although the ref made the call without consultation. The Cardinals did not let opportunity pass them by and promptly scored twice on exactly the same set. Shaubel passed from the left point down low to Kistner; with Stewart at the top of the crease tying up the D and attention of Jones, Kistner fed across the crease to Gove on the far post for the shot into open net, twice. Jones did get a glove on the second goal but it made it into the net. Midd did get Jones off for the extra attacker only to see Klassen nail a long empty netter from midway up the side boards of the Cardinal zone to make it a 4-2 final. Rather a dramatic end to the NESCAC post season hopes. This will mark the first time there has been no conference representative in the finals. Congratulations to the Cardinals on their excellent comeback.
    Hope to see you all in Rochester end of the week.

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    "I saw both Greer and a Plattsburgh player go down and into the boards, but hardly felt the major call warranted, although the ref made the call without consultation. "

    FYI - Rule 6 Section 23, b - Hitting from behind into the side boards, end boards, or goal cage is a flagrant violation. - Penalty options: Major and game misconduct or DQ at the discretion of the official.

    There is no minor penalty option for the official.
    Last edited by ref11; 03-14-2012 at 09:45 PM. Reason: clarity

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Quote Originally Posted by ref11 View Post
    "I saw both Greer and a Plattsburgh player go down and into the boards, but hardly felt the major call warranted, although the ref made the call without consultation. "

    FYI - Rule 6 Section 23, b - Hitting from behind into the side boards, end boards, or goal cage is a flagrant violation. - Penalty options: Major and game misconduct or DQ at the discretion of the official.

    There is no minor penalty option for the official.
    Thank you for the clarification.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obserbear View Post
    Thank you for the clarification.
    Sounded like a good game - enjoyed your balanced summaries during the year.

    Good luck to your Bears next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ref11 View Post
    Sounded like a good game - enjoyed your balanced summaries during the year.

    Good luck to your Bears next year.
    We all whine about officiating, but I am sure it is an extremely difficult position to be in, with a split second to make a call and so much hanging in the balance. You have to give Plattsburgh a lot of credit for cashing in their opportunity and puching the ticket to Rochester!
    Sad not to have a NESCAC team to support tomorrow, but maybe next year it will be the Polar Bears...

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