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    Did they check it for laser pointers?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr. Kitty View Post
    Did they check it for laser pointers?
    Too far west....that's Massachusetts your thinking of...
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    The puck drops in a couple of hours, so not withstanding laser pointers and umbrellas, does anyone have thoughts on the games?
    I saw both Norwich and Plattsburgh last weekend. The Cadets looked pretty awesome in routing Amherst, but it was not much of a test. Plattsburgh showed a lot of toughness falling behind 2-0 on Midd's ice and then seizing the opportunity presented to them to come back and win. The season Plattsburgh-RIT series is 1-1-1, shots are almost identical totals for the 3 games, although RIT did win the ECAC-West title at Ritter. I'm going with the mild upset of the Cardinals over RIT today. For some strange reason I think it is Gustavus' time. Looking back they have had such a lack of success in the NCAAs, they have been such a quality team for so long, have talented players and coaches; it has to be their time sometime. This would of course preclude Norwich going back to back and represent the first time in modern championship history a team fails to win consecutive titles. Just a hunch, but look at what became of my hopes for last weekend...
    Anyway, Good Luck to all and let the best team win!

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    Anybody getting Audio on the broadcast?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Birdwatcher View Post
    Anybody getting Audio on the broadcast?
    Got Audio, It is very low though.


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    Quote Originally Posted by obserbear View Post
    . The season Plattsburgh-RIT series is 1-1-1, shots are almost identical totals for the 3 games!
    Still not much to differentiate these two teams. 1-1 going into OT.

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    It's hard to imagine all the arena's in DIII-ville that don't broadcast games, and here at Ritter we get slo-mo replay from above the goal nets. What a great production this has been.

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    RIT 2 - 1 in OT

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    It was a great game...except for the goal that was disallowed in the third for Platty. Slow motion replay from overhead shows the puck clearly entering the net long before the net becomes dislodged. the only reason I can think of that it did not count is that teh ref may ahve blown the play dead before the puck crossed the line. But this was clearly a goal...and one that would have defined this game. It's a shame because boeth teams played well throughout with chances at both end of the rink.

    My only other comment is about the RIT play by play commentator that was doing the NCAA feed...word of advice to him...learn to recognize TWO teams...not just RIT. You were giggling like a little school girl at the end when RIT scored. And let you colour commentator get a word in once in a while.

    Good luck to all teams though...this is shaping up like a great weekend of hockey!

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    Quote Originally Posted by spike View Post
    It's hard to imagine all the arena's in DIII-ville that don't broadcast games, and here at Ritter we get slo-mo replay from above the goal nets. What a great production this has been.
    I'm sure that has more to do with your D1 men's team than your D3 women's team...remember that RIT didn't even bother webcasting their quarterfinal game last weekend.
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    It kills me to cheer for Gustavus, but lets go Gusties...Doyle with her 2nd goal of the game...Gusties 2 Norwich 1
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    2 for kneeing??
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    Quote Originally Posted by gojackets View Post
    I'm sure that has more to do with your D1 men's team than your D3 women's team...remember that RIT didn't even bother webcasting their quarterfinal game last weekend.
    Aren't the men playing downtown?

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    Norwich 3, Gustavus 3 - going to OT.

    The Gusties will have nearly 2 minutes of power play time when the OT starts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cali View Post
    Aren't the men playing downtown?
    They usually have their games at the RITTER don't they? So the cameras that are set up in the arena would be normally used for the men's games? I don't know if Spike was referring to good cameras for just the NCAA game, or if what we are seeing is normal for RIT as I don't generally watch RIT webcasts.



    Going to OT in game 2 as well. Gustavus will have 1:57 of power play as Norwich had two many players on the ice
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    Quote Originally Posted by gojackets View Post
    They usually have their games at the RITTER don't they? So the cameras that are set up in the arena would be normally used for the men's games? I don't know if Spike was referring to good cameras for just the NCAA game, or if what we are seeing is normal for RIT as I don't generally watch RIT webcasts.



    Going to OT in game 2 as well. Gustavus will have 1:57 of power play as Norwich had two many players on the ice
    The men do indeed play at the Ritter and all of the games are tv, always in Rochester and most of the time in other parts of NY. A few years ago they installed cameras over the goals and the center dot. All of the cameras are HD as well.

    The men are currently playing downtown as part of the AHA playoffs, which have been in Rochester since 2007.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SeymoreHockey View Post
    Slow motion replay from overhead shows the puck clearly entering the net long before the net becomes dislodged.
    Not from what I saw. The puck was not visible at all once Chamberlain started to be pushed into the net -- and I'm sure the officials saw the same thing on the replay. No clear evidence that the puck crossed the goal line.


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    Norwich 4, Gustavus Adolphus 3 (2OT)


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    Norwich 4, Gustavus Adolphus 3 (2OT)


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    I think it was only one overtime, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPowers View Post
    Not from what I saw. The puck was not visible at all once Chamberlain started to be pushed into the net -- and I'm sure the officials saw the same thing on the replay. No clear evidence that the puck crossed the goal line.


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    Look closer then...you see the puck fall onto the back of her leg, the tumble down onto the ice to the goal line, and then she and the puck are pushed into the net...then the net is dislodged. Looked like a good goal to me. But it's all moot now anyway.

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