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    Has anyone mentioned that Bob Emery is seven wins away from 500?

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    A RIP and fairwell Thank You to Mr. Richard B. “Rick” Knowles, Jr. - Rick covered Plattsburgh State Hockey for many years on WEAV and passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at the CVPH Medical Center with family by his side.
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    A RIP and fairwell Thank You to Mr. Richard B. “Rick” Knowles, Jr. - Rick covered Plattsburgh State Hockey for many years on WEAV and passed away unexpectedly Tuesday, January 3, 2012 at the CVPH Medical Center with family by his side.
    What a shocker! May God Bless him and his family. I worked with Rick at Bill McBride Chevy back in the 90s and had many great conversations about local sports including PSUC hockey.


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    JEFFERSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN WATERTOWN TO BEGIN LIVE STREAMING BASKETBALL GAMES! Come on PSUC, join the 21st century!

    Article below from Watertown Daily Times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwatcher View Post
    JEFFERSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE IN WATERTOWN TO BEGIN LIVE STREAMING BASKETBALL GAMES! Come on PSUC, join the 21st century!

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    Jensens team up at Plattsburgh State {Article from the Plattsburgh Press-Republican - Jan. 6, 2012}

    Growing up, Nick Jensen, older and bigger, pushed brother Alex around sometimes.

    "Oh, you always gotta give him a little hard time — he's my little brother," Nick said. "So whenever we had a little argument, I would always beat him up a little bit. As we got older, he got stronger and definitely gave me a little bit more of a fight."

    They're now 22 and 21, and Nick is still bigger — by two inches and five pounds. But they seem to be getting along pretty well these days.

    Alex, a freshman, followed Nick to Plattsburgh State, and they've been on the same line much of the season.

    Nick said playing together has been "a pleasure," and Alex said his brother has helped him adjust to college hockey. "He's made the transition pretty smooth so far," Alex added.

    The European imports skated with freshman Alex Brenton last weekend, and the trio combined for 8 points as the Cardinals defeated Babson and Castleton to win the Cardinal Classic.

    No. 4 Castleton (11-2) returns to Stafford Ice Arena tonight for a rematch with the third-ranked Cardinals (8-2-3), who will host Skidmore in another nonconference men's hockey game Saturday.

    Nick became Plattsburgh's leading scorer last week with 12 points (five goals and seven assists in 13 games). Alex, who made the Cardinal Classic All-Tournament team and was named the SUNY Athletic Conference's Rookie of the Week, has also played in every game this year and has four goals and two assists.

    "They have extreme work ethic," Brenton said. "In the gym, off the ice. On the ice, they're always working hard. And they're just incredibly talented."

    Nick, a 6-foot-3, 200-pound sophomore, led the Plattsburgh freshmen with eight goals and 14 points last season.

    They're both left-handed forwards, but otherwise the brothers are pretty different on the ice.

    "We might have a little bit of the same skating style, but play-wise, we're different," Nick said. "We both like to keep the puck a lot, and we both like to give and go all the time; that's pretty much the only similarities we have.

    "I'm a little bit stronger, bigger, grittier than he is. And he likes to skate around the outside."

    Alex echoed that assessment, saying he's all about playing with speed and putting up points. He said Nick had a big influence on his decision to come to Plattsburgh, as did the coaching staff. And he doesn't mind the little-brother role.

    "It kind of makes everything easier," he said of following in Nick's footsteps. "But either you have pressure, or (people) kind of just look for your older brother, which is fine. You're just one of the guys. It's worked for me."

    Plattsburgh coach Bob Emery said the Jensens communicate well on the ice, and with their different playing styles, they complement each other on a line. But he also hinted that he may separate them — he said he likes to keep his lines from getting stale.

    The brothers played on the same teams growing up, and both said they know where the other is going to be on the ice.

    And they speak their own language — or at least that's how it can seem to teammates.

    "Yeah, it's kind of funny on the bench to sit in between them when they're speaking Swedish or Danish or whatever they speak," Brenton said.

    For the record, it's probably Danish. That's their native language — Nick said they lived in Denmark until he was 15 and Alex was 14, when they moved to Sweden. They currently list their hometown as Helsingborg, Sweden.

    Nick had planned to stay in Sweden until his dad, René, pointed him toward the United States.

    "My dad had the plans for me to play college hockey because he figured if I just played hockey, I wouldn't study anymore," Nick said. "So he figured it would be a good way for me to keep studying and playing hockey. He didn't know about any teams or anything, but he knew it would be a good idea for us.

    "But it was a good development for us."

    Both brothers played junior hockey in the United States before being recruited to Plattsburgh.

    They still speak Danish and Swedish as well as English.

    "Depends a little bit how the argument goes," Nick said with a smile. "If it's on the ice, sometimes it comes out to Swedish, but normally on the bench we just speak Danish to each other."

    Whatever the language, at least the brotherly arguments are now settled with words instead of fights.

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    Against all odds, video footage of the Cardinals playing hockey is available on the internet. I think the link switches around pretty often, so just head over to http://www.fox44now.com and click on the Sports link for highlights from the second Castleton game.

    Edit: And as I write this, the video goes down. Hopefully they'll fix it by the time people read this.
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    Cards edge Spartans again {Article from the Plattsburgh Press-Republican - Jan. 7, 2012}

    Coach Bob Emery was not happy with the way Plattsburgh State played in its second straight game against Castleton, but the Cardinals still beat the Spartans for a second time.

    Alex Jensen and Alex Brenton scored in the third period and Plattsburgh hung on for a 3-2 win in nonconference men's hockey at Stafford Ice Arena.

    "We did what we had to do to win the game — that's about it," Emery said. "I thought Castleton took it to us for the second half of the game.

    "I thought we played really well and things were coming real easy to us in the offensive end early on. We started forgetting about our own end. And we played terrible for the last 28 minutes in our own end."

    Plattsburgh beat Castleton, 2-1, in the Cardinal Classic last Saturday.

    The third-ranked Cardinals (9-2-3) host Skidmore tonight.

    Matt MacLeod put the Cardinals in front less than three minutes into Friday's second period, beating Castleton goalie Erick Cinotti from the right circle. But Colin Murray poked the puck in to tie the game 5:02 before the intermission.

    Plattsburgh came out in the third and scored twice in the first 10 minutes. After coming down on a rush, Jensen jammed the puck in through a crowd at 5:43. He raised his arm and the goal light briefly went on, but the official didn't signal right away.

    "We weren't sure it was in, but when I went behind the net I could see it was right across the goal line, so we were all pointing at the ref to make sure he saw it," Jensen said.

    Brenton earned the assist on that one, and he later skated into the zone with Michael Cassidy and put the puck high for a 3-1 lead.

    But Emery said the Cardinals sat back after that, and Justin Alonzo pulled the fourth-ranked Spartans within a goal with 5:21 left. They pulled Cinotti in the final minute, and Mathieu Cadieux made a solid pad save with 30 seconds left to preserve Plattsburgh's lead.

    In last week's game, the Cardinals doubled up the Spartans in shots on goal. But Friday, Castleton held a 26-25 edge, and Emery said the Spartans had way too many scoring opportunities.

    "Castleton, if they were more opportunistic, they're going home with the win. Because they had some great chances," Emery said. "They just didn't put them in the back of the net."

    Cadieux made 24 saves to earn his third straight win. Cinotti had 22 stops.

    Coach Alex Todd said the Spartans (11-3) played a better game than they did last week.

    "I think the first goal they scored was a big error on our part, and I think the other goals were just good hockey," he said. "We had some chances. We were hungry; we were trying to score the goal to get the lead, and they counter-attacked and got a good goal."


    Players from both teams got into a scrum after the final horn. Castleton's Nick Lazorko was given a major penalty for contact to the head and a 10-minute misconduct. Plattsburgh's Jared Docking also received a 10-minute misconduct.



    Plattsburgh State 3, Castleton 2

    Castleton 0 1 1 — 2

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    First period- Penalties: Murray, C (tripping), 1:49. Lazorko, C (unsportsmanlike conduct), 9:28. Jensen, PSU (unsportsmanlike conduct), 10:21.

    Second period- 1, PSU, MacLeod (Kudroch), 2:41. 2, C, Murray (Ayers, Gullett), 14:58. Penalties: Alonzo, C (high sticking), 16:48.

    Third period- 3, PSU, A. Jensen (Brenton), 5:43. 4, PSU, Brenton (Cassidy), 10:26. 5, C, Alonzo (Frost, Atkins), 14:39. Penalties: Lazorko, C (contact to the head major), 20:00. Lazorko, C (10-minute misconduct), 20:00. Docking, PSU (10-minute misconduct), 20:00.

    Shots on goal:

    Castleton 6 9 11 — 26

    Plattsburgh 7 11 7 — 25

    Goaltenders (shots-saves): Cinotti, C, 25-22. Cadieux, PSU, 26-24.

    Power plays (goals-opportunities): Castleton 0-1; Plattsburgh 0-3.

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    Plattsburgh State has converted 4 goals in their last 52 power play opportunities.

    Should we be concerned?

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    I didn`t get to watch last night`s game...so last years scoring Spartans Alonzo and Harris didn`t impact the game? They had no points

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collegeman View Post
    I didn`t get to watch last night`s game...so last years scoring Spartans Alonzo and Harris didn`t impact the game? They had no points
    Alonzo scored Castleton's second goal last night.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CardsFan91 View Post
    Plattsburgh State has converted 4 goals in their last 52 power play opportunities.

    Should we be concerned?
    I say no cause we are winning against good teams without scoring on the power play! Imagine if we scored on some of the power plays we may be doing more then just winning! This is surely not a good stat to see, but it is something that will no doubt turn around. In my opinion this seems like a very young but immensely talented team. We have plenty of time, even before the end of this season to turn around this little thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CardsFan91 View Post
    Plattsburgh State has converted 4 goals in their last 52 power play opportunities.

    Should we be concerned?
    Castleton showed they know how to kill the power play, but this season they have taken 85 penalties for 195 minutes versus Plattsburgh's 47 penalties for 113 minutes, perhaps practice makes perfect.

    Note that Castleton's opponents have taken 78 penalties for 238 minutes versus Plattsburgh's 79 penalties for 199 minutes.
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    On a seperate note did anybody watch the last HBO 24/7 on the Winter Classic and see a cameo of a former Plattsburgh State Cardinal?

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    Not sure if it's been discussed yet but next year's Cardinal Classic field is as follows:

    Plattsburgh, Elmira, Amherst, Wesleyan.
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    Not sure if it's been discussed yet but next year's Cardinal Classic field is as follows:

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    Cards extend streak - PSU men use strong 3rd period to down Skidmore for 8th straight victory {Article from the Plattsburgh Press-Republican - Jan. 8, 2012}

    The Cardinals spent much of Saturday's game trailing Skidmore before turning it around with four goals in the third period.

    After Kyle Kudroch tied the score and then put Plattsburgh in front, the Cardinals added a couple of insurance goals to defeat the Thoroughbreds, 6-3, in men's hockey at Stafford Ice Arena.

    No. 3 Plattsburgh (10-2-3) stretched its unbeaten streak to eight games, but this one did not get off to a good start.

    "I thought we picked up right where we left off (Friday) night," Plattsburgh coach Bob Emery said. "We had a bad third period (against Castleton) and a bad first period (Saturday). We didn't have any emotion coming out of the locker room.

    "I thought we weren't ready to play mentally. And it showed in the first period."

    Skidmore led 2-0 before Plattsburgh got on the board late in the first period, and the Thoroughbreds were up 3-2 after two periods.

    In the third, Patrick Jobb sent across a pass from the right wing to Kudroch out front, and he one-timed it past Colin Bessey at 4:24.

    Those two Cardinals also combined for the go-ahead goal with about eight minutes left. Jobb motored in and threw it to the net, and Kudroch was there to slam it home. Kyle Taylor also assisted on Kudroch's first goal.

    "It was definitely my linemates," Kudroch said. "If it wasn't for them, I probably wouldn't have those goals."

    Ryan Craig redirected an Alex Jensen pass into the net a couple minutes later, and 42 seconds after that, freshman Michael Cassidy scored his first career goal.

    Mathieu Cadieux made 15 saves for the win. Josh Leis made his first start for Plattsburgh since Dec. 3, but he was replaced at the beginning of the second period.

    Kudroch said he didn't think the Cardinals came out flat, he just thought they tightened up and started to get down after Skidmore's early goals.

    "And then the third period came, we came together in the room," the senior captain said. "We settled down and told ourselves we gotta get the puck low and do what we do best. And I think that's what we did in the end of the third period."

    Vlad Gavrik put Skidmore (4-9-1) ahead 14:55 into the game, and three minutes later, he brought the puck down the ice and Brad Schuler banged it in for a 2-0 lead.

    Plattsburgh's Vick Schlueter answered with a rebound goal 18 seconds afterward.

    In the middle of the second, Nick Jensen fired a shot from the right point that rattled in during a Plattsburgh 5-on-3. That tied it up and ended a power-play drought.

    The Cardinals hadn't scored with the man advantage since Dec. 3, going 0-for-17 in that span. They finished 2-for-4 Saturday.

    Schuler tallied his second of the night 1:43 before the second intermission to give the Thoroughbreds a 3-2 edge. Gavrik earned another assist.

    Bessey, who left late in the game with an injury, had 29 saves.

    Emery said the Cardinals can't get in the habit of relying on late comebacks like Saturday's.

    "We don't have the offensive powerhouses on an individual basis to get multiple goals," he said. "So we can't think that we're going to turn it on every night in the third period like this against the better teams."

    Plattsburgh State hits the road next week to play Middlebury Friday and Williams Saturday.

    Plattsburgh State 6, Skidmore 3

    Skidmore 2 1 0 — 3

    Plattsburgh 1 2 4 — 6

    First period- 1, Skid, Gavrik (Doremus), 14:55. 2, Skid, Schuler (Gavrik), 17:56. 3, PSU, Schlueter (Mooney, Craig), 18:14. Penalties: Menard, Skid (elbowing), 18:36.

    Second period- 4, N. Jensen (Schlueter), 9:40 (pp). 5, Skid, Schuler (Gavrik, Menard), 18:17. Penalties: McQuillan, Skid (tripping), 8:48. Dupuis, Skid (interference), 9:28.

    Third period- 6, PSU, Kudroch (Jobb, Taylor), 4:24. 7, PSU, Kudroch (Jobb), 11:55. 8, PSU, Craig (A. Jensen, Taylor), 14:07 (pp). 9, PSU, Cassidy (Beadow), 14:49. Penalties: Colvin, Skid (cross checking), 13:21.

    Shots on goal:

    Skidmore 10 6 10 — 26

    Plattsburgh 10 12 13 — 35

    Goaltenders (shots-saves): Bessey, Skid, 35-29. Cray, Skid, 0-0. Leis, PSU, 10-8. Cadieux, PSU, 16-15.

    Power plays (goals-opportunities): Skidmore 0-0; Plattsburgh 2-4.

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    Depending on what weekend the cardinal classic falls next year and when the NSB tourney falls...might be able to get to both!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mjmigliaccio View Post
    Good for him, though "alumus" isn't quite right.
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