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hockeykrazy
12-26-2012, 07:15 AM
Past history isn't going to help any team now, it just isn't a factor. No team is going to look past another in college hockey because there isn't enough games.Plus SCSU should have an advantage in experience and at home. This should be a fun series to watch of up and down hockey.
The matchups should be interesting.

Neal-Laliberte-Haggerty vs Kossila- Leblanc-Brodzinski
Bailen-Leonard Prochno-Jensen

Zalewski-Miller-Bubela vs Hanowski-Dowd-Morley
LeBouef-Bradley Gravel-Prow

Tinordi-McGowan/Schroeder/O'Grady-Lee vs Benik/Murray-Thorson-Holka
Curadi-Dolan Daly-Johnson/Rabey

Fulton/Burgdoerfer-Rojic-Higgs vs Oliver-Rehkamp/Murray-Milan/Bertsch

I can't wait to see it. It should be fun.

DrDemento
12-26-2012, 07:36 AM
You should switch to velcro or elastic. :D

Or i could just leave it open to get some air.;)

Lady wore Black
12-26-2012, 05:42 PM
Or i could just leave it open to get some air.;)

People get arrested for doing stuff like that. Just sayin'. ;)

First Time, Long Time
12-27-2012, 12:48 AM
Benik is in tomorrow.

PROBABLE LINES NO. 16 SCSU (9-5 WCHA, 11-7 OVERALL)


LW C RW
11-Kalle Kossila 19-Drew LeBlanc 22-Jonny Brodzinski
10-Ben Hanowski 26-Nic Dowd 13-David Morley
9-Joey Benik 8-Cory Thorson 16-Jimmy Murray
27-Nick Oliver 37-Joey Rehkamp 17-Joey Holka

LD RD
28-Andrew Prochno 14-Nick Jensen
7-Kevin Gravel 12-Ethan Prow
40-Tim Daly 4-Taylor Johnson

Goalies
29-Ryan Faragher
35-Rasmus Reijola
33-Joe Phillippi


RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE (1-5-2 ECAC,
4-6-4 OVERALL)


LW C RW
28-Matt Tinordi 27-Marty O’Grady 22-CJ Lee
23-Brock Higgs 15-Jacob Laliberte 39-Ryan Haggerty
19-Mike Zalewski 26-Mark Miller 17-Milos Bubela
18-Travis Fulton 12-Johnny Rogic 9-Matt Neal

LD RD
10-Curtis Leonard 29-Nick Bailen
3-Guy Leboeuf 24-Chris Bradley
5-Luke Curadi 11-Bo Dolan

Goalies
33-Jason Kasdorf
32-Bryce Merriam

Ralph Baer
12-27-2012, 05:22 AM
LW C RW
28-Matt Tinordi 27-Marty O’Grady 22-CJ Lee
23-Brock Higgs 15-Jacob Laliberte 39-Ryan Haggerty
19-Mike Zalewski 26-Mark Miller 17-Milos Bubela
18-Travis Fulton 12-Johnny Rogic 9-Matt Neal
Was that based on any knowledge of who has/hasn't recovered from illnesses/injuries since RPI's last game or was it just copied from that game? I would hope that Schroeder and/or McGowan are back in the lineup.

Wicked Slappaahs
12-27-2012, 07:44 AM
... I don't think it'll be close, either.Thats what #15 Yale thought.

First Time, Long Time
12-27-2012, 08:16 AM
Was that based on any knowledge of who has/hasn't recovered from illnesses/injuries since RPI's last game or was it just copied from that game? I would hope that Schroeder and/or McGowan are back in the lineup.

With the road team it is usually from last game.

Ralph Baer
12-27-2012, 08:24 AM
With the road team it is usually from last game.

Thanks. There should be a link to the RPI lineup chart at the top of this article http://www.rpiathletics.com/news/2012/12/21/MHOCK_1221122007.aspx eventually.

Skeeterman
12-27-2012, 11:27 AM
I got it last night for about 30 seconds.:cool:

What stamina!

Ralph Baer
12-27-2012, 12:51 PM
Is there an article in today's Troy Record about the games? The online site doesn't appear to have been updated today.

The Exiled One
12-27-2012, 12:52 PM
It's sad when nobody wants to ask Mick a question...

http://www.sctimes.com/interactive/article/20121227/SPORTS0401/121227001/Extra-points-College-hockey-chat-Mick-Hatten

The Exiled One
12-27-2012, 03:12 PM
Here's a question for the RPI fans: On just your gut feeling, do you think RPI can win a game tonight or tomorrow if Laliberte doesn't tally a point? If the Huskies manage to shut him down, is that pretty much game-over?

REDaero91
12-27-2012, 03:26 PM
Here's a question for the RPI fans: On just your gut feeling, do you think RPI can win a game tonight or tomorrow if Laliberte doesn't tally a point? If the Huskies manage to shut him down, is that pretty much game-over?

Without looking at boxscores, I think we've won before without him finding the scoresheet. If the team focuses entirely on shutting him down and lets the rest of our players do their thing, we might be able to sneak a few goals...

Honestly, I don't know how we'll do tonight and tomorrow, but I feel that Lally getting or not getting points could easily not have too much impact on the game. I'm not wording it right, but I'm trying to say that if he scores it could help us a lot, but we could also win without it. Or, we could be completely terrible even if he does score, or be awful with the added detriment of him not scoring. Hope that makes sense...

Ralph Baer
12-27-2012, 03:38 PM
Without looking at boxscores, I think we've won before without him finding the scoresheet. If the team focuses entirely on shutting him down and lets the rest of our players do their thing, we might be able to sneak a few goals...

Honestly, I don't know how we'll do tonight and tomorrow, but I feel that Lally getting or not getting points could easily not have too much impact on the game. I'm not wording it right, but I'm trying to say that if he scores it could help us a lot, but we could also win without it. Or, we could be completely terrible even if he does score, or be awful with the added detriment of him not scoring. Hope that makes sense... It makes a lot of sense. It describes RPI well. Another way of saying it is "See Kepler's Third Law". :D

The Exiled One
12-27-2012, 03:46 PM
Without looking at boxscores, I think we've won before without him finding the scoresheet. If the team focuses entirely on shutting him down and lets the rest of our players do their thing, we might be able to sneak a few goals...
Well, you made me curious enough to check the box scores. RPI has won just one game this season when Laliberte hasn't found the scoresheet. In fact, their record when he tallies a point is 3-3-4, but when he doesn't tally a point it's 1-3-0. (Keeping in mind that he missed two games)

The question is, would it be worth it for the Huskies to pay special attention to #15? I'd say... probably yes.

The Rube
12-27-2012, 03:50 PM
Thats what #15 Yale thought.

*snicker* Yeah, I forgot Yale was "good." ;)

Ralph Baer
12-27-2012, 03:57 PM
*snicker* Yeah, I forgot Yale was "good." ;)

Yale is a lock. ;)

hockeykrazy
12-27-2012, 05:36 PM
SC Times Lineups tonight... Mick Hatten blog...
http://www.sctimesinteractive.com/blogs/lines-updated-statistics-going-into-thursdays-game-between-rpi-and-scsu/

DrDemento
12-27-2012, 05:42 PM
SC Times Lineups tonight... Mick Hatten blog...
http://www.sctimesinteractive.com/blogs/lines-updated-statistics-going-into-thursdays-game-between-rpi-and-scsu/

Thanks for the link-some stats of comparison seem to stand out a bit. The face offs won/lost really seem like an important number to watch. The RPI line up looks pretty much like what we have seen the past few games with a couple of important young members of the team out. I do wonder a bit why Matt Neal has been moved off the Laliberte/Haggerty line since they just had so much chemistry going earlier.

turk181
12-27-2012, 05:53 PM
Thanks for the link-some stats of comparison seem to stand out a bit. The face offs won/lost really seem like an important number to watch. The RPI line up looks pretty much like what we have seen the past few games with a couple of important young members of the team out. I do wonder a bit why Matt Neal has been moved off the Laliberte/Haggerty line since they just had so much chemistry going earlier. Seems odd that the SC Times has the RPI Lines & rpiathletics doesn't as of yet...or are they just printing what was said in Post #147. 3 weeks & Zach still isn't healed? Don't like the sound of that...if it is correct.