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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Very sad day for Trinity and the NESCAC faithful when they outshoot Nichols 43-10 and still manage to lose 3-2. Does anyone know if Pujol is injured??? Congratulations to goalie Gianformaggio, her team and Coach Angers and staff!!!

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Quote Originally Posted by 5 4 Fighting View Post
    Hey Homer...you are slowly working your way off my Christmas card list!
    But you know you would love the Lord Jeffs if they beat the Cardinals!

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    To complete the week's projections ...

    Quote Originally Posted by dontyelldad View Post

    Saturday, November 26, 2011

    Bowdoin @ Holy Cross
    Elmira vs. Middlebury Cardinal/Panther
    Amherst @ Plattsburgh Cardinal/Panther

    Sunday, November 27, 2011

    Massachusetts-Boston @ Colby
    Holy Cross @ Wesleyan (pass)
    Utica @ Williams
    Elmira/Midd vs. Amherst Cardinal/Panther
    Amherst/Platt vs. Middlebury Cardinal/Panther

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Weekly results:

    Williams // Plymouth State (didn't happen)

    11/22

    Nichols 3 at Trinity 2
    Colby 3 at Southern Maine 0

    11/26

    Bowdoin 5 at Holy Cross 5
    Middlebury 0 vs. Elmira 0 (Elmira in shoot out)
    Amherst 3 at Plattsburgh 2

    11/27
    UMass Boston 1 at Colby 1
    Holy Cross 2 at Wesleyan 1
    Utica 1 at Williams 3

    Amherst 1 vs. Elmira 3
    Middlebury 4 at Plattsburgh 1

    This could be a weird year for predictions!

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    This week:

    11/29:
    Hamilton at Utica 7:00 pm

    12/2:
    Colby at Bowdoin 7:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 7:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 7:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan 7:00 pm
    Saint Anselm at Williams 7:00 pm

    12/3:
    Bowdoin at Colby 3:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 3:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 3:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan 3:00 pm
    Williams at Sacred Heart 7:00 pm
    Last edited by dontyelldad; 11-28-2011 at 09:10 AM. Reason: All times ET

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    11/29:
    Hamilton at Utica 7:00 pm

    12/2:
    Colby at Bowdoin 7:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 7:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 7:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan 7:00 pm
    Saint Anselm at Williams 7:00 pm

    12/3:
    Bowdoin at Colby 3:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 3:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 3:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan 3:00 pm
    Williams at Sacred Heart 7:00 pm

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Well, here goes nothin':


    11/29:
    Hamilton at Utica 7:00 pm

    12/2:
    Colby at Bowdoin 7:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 7:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 7:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan (pass) 7:00 pm
    Saint Anselm at Williams 7:00 pm

    12/3:
    Bowdoin at Colby 3:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 3:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 3:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan (pass) 3:00 pm
    Williams at Sacred Heart 7:00 pm

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    11/29:
    Hamilton at Utica 7:00 pm

    12/2:
    Colby at Bowdoin 7:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 7:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 7:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan 7:00 pm
    Saint Anselm at Williams 7:00 pm

    12/3:
    Bowdoin at Colby 3:00 pm
    Conn. College at Hamilton 3:00 pm
    Trinity at Middlebury 3:00 pm
    Amherst at Wesleyan 3:00 pm
    Williams at Sacred Heart 7:00 pm

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    11/29
    Hamilton over Utica

    Bowdoin sweeps Colby-too much Polar Bear offense for the Mules (hopefully not those dreams in black and white, again).
    Midd sweeps Trinity-looks like a looooooooooooooooooooong season for the Bantams
    Amherst sweeps Wesleyan-I get to watch these games and only drive 26 miles each way!!!
    Conn and Hamilton split-I want to go with a Conn sweep, but I need another shot of Kamel Koolaide
    St. As over Williams
    Williams over Sacred Heart

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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Uitca over Hamilton

    Colby wins one against Bowdoin
    Midd sweeps Trin
    Amherst sweeps
    conn sweeps hamilton
    williams beats both ST a and Sacred Heart
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    Re: Nescac 2011-2012

    Quote Originally Posted by Phil D. Stands View Post
    Uitca over Hamilton
    You might deserve credit for this call, but the game started at 7.

    Final: Utica 5 - Ham 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontyelldad View Post
    You might deserve credit for this call, but the game started at 7.

    Final: Utica 5 - Ham 3
    I honestly didn't look or listen, I just sense that Ham is having a tough start for some reason and Utica has shown some early chops -- now lets see if Colby can steal a win against Bow and if Williams has stepped up too -- parity for NESCAC!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil D. Stands View Post
    I honestly didn't look or listen, I just sense that Ham is having a tough start for some reason and Utica has shown some early chops -- now lets see if Colby can steal a win against Bow and if Williams has stepped up too -- parity for NESCAC!
    I wasn't being judgmental ...

    But in fairness to Hamilton, "tough start"? They lost two relatively close games to Amherst (though the SOG count suggests the games were not as close as the scores), which appears to be very strong again this year. The Utica loss does suggest a tough start for them, though!

    Saw Williams play, and they've got some talent. New coach and 8 freshmen, they may take a while before they show consistency.

    The Colby - Bowdoin series will be interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dontyelldad View Post
    I wasn't being judgmental ...

    But in fairness to Hamilton, "tough start"? They lost two relatively close games to Amherst (though the SOG count suggests the games were not as close as the scores), which appears to be very strong again this year. The Utica loss does suggest a tough start for them, though!

    Saw Williams play, and they've got some talent. New coach and 8 freshmen, they may take a while before they show consistency.

    The Colby - Bowdoin series will be interesting!
    I watched the Hamilton/Utica game last night as well as the Amherst tilts. It is surprising that they are having a tough start with only 3 freshman. That is the core of the team is back from last season. They do have one of their high scorers injured; she has been out since the season started. In the three games that they have played, I see defensive breakdowns combined with a couple of soft goals in each game that take away their momentum.

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    So did anyone see either the Bowdoin-Colby, Midd-Trinity or the Hamilton-Conn game?
    Was Wheeler injured during the 2nd period or just having an off night?
    Can anyone explain: Williams beats Utica; Utica neats Hamilton; Hamilton shuts out Conn?
    Nice to see Styrbicki and Melberg were in the lineup for Midd and that Greer is back on the ice; Jones is 9/10 and her saves % goes down to .977.
    I watched a nice, workwoman-like 8-0 Lord Jeff win in Middletown. Amherst had some nice net play from Murphy when they needed it early and just keeps putting quality team players out shift after shift.

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    Quote Originally Posted by obserbear View Post
    I watched a nice, workwoman-like 8-0 Lord Jeff win in Middletown. Amherst had some nice net play from Murphy when they needed it early and just keeps putting quality team players out shift after shift.
    Not the result I was looking for, but yes, Amherst puts a deep & well coached team on the ice ... Nice to meet you, o'bear!

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    Wow! When was the last time the Colby women beat Bowdoin?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YankeeZulu View Post
    Wow! When was the last time the Colby women beat Bowdoin?
    Regular season was 12/6/08, a 4-2 loss at Alfond and then there was a NESCAC quarter-final loss 2/28/09 3-2 at Alfond. Komich and Little call a total of 7 penalties combined in 60 minutes and then decide they need 1 more in OT??? Anyone see this game?

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    Midd completes sweep of Trin, but Pujols looks daunting in net and was ready to steal both games if the Bantams could have put more points on the board.
    Trinity is dynamic in digging the puck away from the opposition on the boards and didn't let Midd play as open as they'd like. Trinity is missing some offensive punch with Coleman-McGaw apparently out and that breakaway homerun pass offense not connecting much as a result. Midd came through on their power plays when Trinity took some untimely penalties and on even strength, Midd wore Trinity down with their depth running out line after line of talent. Midd split Pinsent and Jones in net for the two games and both saw limited chances. Pinsent denied a clean breakaway and Jones held firm too. Greer stepped in smoothly with points on each night, picking up where she left off last year. Melberg and Styrbicki looked none the worse for the wear with a point or two also.
    Trinity is defensively strong enough to win with just that 1 or 2 goals.
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    I only saw the first game (Friday night). When it was 1-1 through the second and well into the third, Trin was packing it in and playing for the tie. Midd was buzzing but not getting real good looks. Only Trin scoring attempts came on the stretch play up the middle. Once Midd pushed in the PP goal to go ahead, Trinity started moving aggressively forward and started to create a lot more pressure in Midd's end. Seems to me that Trinity was playing better when they were trying to score than when they were playing not to lose. Midd's speed and depth was a factor late in the game. They seemed to be changing personnel every time the puck went past the bench. Trin had the size advantage, but Middlebury's speed, quickness and depth made the difference when the game was on the line. Home ice helps too.

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