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FlagDUDE08
03-08-2013, 05:22 PM
OK Folks, since someone asked about it, I might as well start up the thread...

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjrUzfoOPCB5dFpad2hLYkFoMW8wRTkzQmR3U1BpW Wc&pli=1#gid=0

New this year, of course, the subtraction of the CCHA, and addition of both the BTHC and the BHHC- er NCHC. Penn State and Alabama Huntsville have both found homes, Notre Dame has gone to the east, and some other shuffles here and there.

Any additions are welcome. Be aware that it is locked for editing due to some childish playing by some people last year, but any good info is welcome.

North of the Crow
03-08-2013, 05:42 PM
https://tkt.xosn.com/tickets/TicketHome.dbml?DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=28600&_MODE_=PERFORMERCATEGORY&SALE_TKT_PERFORMER_ID=87678&SALE_TKT_SALE_CATEGORIES_ID=89940

St. Cloud State home games are listed on the tickets page.

FlagDUDE08
03-08-2013, 06:20 PM
https://tkt.xosn.com/tickets/TicketHome.dbml?DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=28600&_MODE_=PERFORMERCATEGORY&SALE_TKT_PERFORMER_ID=87678&SALE_TKT_SALE_CATEGORIES_ID=89940

St. Cloud State home games are listed on the tickets page.

Thank you much, and welcome to the boards. :)

Looks like we'll once again see that heated rivalry between St, Clooud and #26 Union. Although it makes me wonder if SCSU is going to cheap out next year and do a RPI/Union weekend split...

FlagDUDE08
03-09-2013, 06:24 AM
Bumping because some LSSU guy thinks it's funny to steal my thread... :mad:

Priceless
03-09-2013, 06:42 AM
Maine's non-conference schedule is

UMass (2)
Vermont (2)
Army (1 or 2) (Portland? Portland/Orono?)
vs Princeton (Florida)
vs UNH/Cornell (Florida)
ECAC Opp (2)
AHA Opp (2)
Undecided Opp (2)

FlagDUDE08
03-09-2013, 07:06 AM
Maine's non-conference schedule is

UMass (2)
Vermont (2)
Army (1 or 2) (Portland? Portland/Orono?)
vs Princeton (Florida)
vs UNH/Cornell (Florida)
ECAC Opp (2)
AHA Opp (2)
Undecided Opp (2)

Non-conference games against conference opponents? Am I reading that correctly?

Laker Dude
03-09-2013, 07:20 AM
LSSU also plays at Union and at Notre Dame non conference. The Wisconsin series is scheduled for November 1st and 2nd in Madison.

REDMEN2002
03-09-2013, 07:27 AM
Non-conference games against conference opponents? Am I reading that correctly?

I read on this board that it's a real possibility, so i believe it.

Shirtless Guy
03-09-2013, 09:23 AM
Nice work, MTU plays UMD, ND, MSU, and MICH in non conference plus GLI

ericredaxe
03-09-2013, 10:09 AM
Maine's non-conference schedule is

UMass (2)
Vermont (2)
Army (1 or 2) (Portland? Portland/Orono?)
vs Princeton (Florida)
vs UNH/Cornell (Florida)
ECAC Opp (2)
AHA Opp (2)
Undecided Opp (2)

I also heard Maine / BU at Fenway would be OOC. Not sure that is confirmed though.

burgie12
03-09-2013, 10:33 AM
Nice work, MTU plays UMD, ND, MSU, and MICH in non conference plus GLI
How many games each? Where? Link?

Any/all would be appreciated :)

REDMEN2002
03-09-2013, 10:34 AM
I also heard Maine / BU at Fenway would be OOC. Not sure that is confirmed though.

Also heard that Merrimack was going to get a game at Fenway, although those reports were from last fall through twitter. Mike McMahon also mentioned it here: http://themackreport.com/merrimack-a-likely-candidate-for-frozen-fenway/

boblav1
03-09-2013, 10:50 AM
The UAH schedule:


Here's the UAH schedule in list form, based on the information in the release:

October 11-12 at Northeastern
October 25-26 vs. Bemidji State*
November 1-2 vs. Ferris State*
November 8-9 at Alaska-Anchorage*
November 15-16 vs. St. Cloud State
November 22-23 at Northern Michigan*
November 29-30 at Notre Dame Tournament (UAH, Northeastern, Notre Dame, Western Michigan)
December 6-7 at Bowling Green*
December 13-14 vs. Minnesota State*
December 27-28 at Wisconsin
January 3-4 vs. Bowling Green*
January 10-11 at Notre Dame
January 17-18 vs. Alaska-Anchorage*
Jan. 31-Feb. 1 at Alaska*
February 7-8 at Michigan Tech*
February 14-15 at Minnesota State*
February 21-22 vs. Lake Superior State*
Feb. 28-March 1 at Bemidji State*
March 7-8 vs. Northern Michigan*
March 14-16 WCHA first round playoffs (at campus sites)
March 20-22 WCHA championship semifinals and final (TBA)

If I read this right, we have THIRTY-EIGHT regular season games, which would be the most games played in school history even if we don't qualify for the playoffs (record is 37 in 2001-02). We're apparently taking full use of the Alaska exemption.

http://www.uahchargers.com/news/2013/3/7/MHOCKEY_0307131431.aspx

LSSULaker889294
03-09-2013, 11:39 AM
I know LSSU plays NC at Union in early-mid October as well Robert Morris at home sometime in October. The Lakers also play at Wisconsin and Notre Dame, but have no idea when they play them.

EDIT: I noticed above LSSU plays at Wisconsin November 1-2.

Shirtless Guy
03-09-2013, 11:42 AM
How many games each? Where? Link?

Any/all would be appreciated :)2 each, @UMD, @ND, @MICH, vs MSU...UMD is opening weekend, ND is the weekend before @NMU

FlagDUDE08
03-09-2013, 12:43 PM
2 each, @UMD, @ND, @MICH, vs MSU...UMD is opening weekend, ND is the weekend before @NMU

ND as in Notre Dame or North Dakota? I'd assume Notre Dame because I've already filled out North Dakota's schedule, but I might as well confirm.

Priceless
03-09-2013, 01:30 PM
Non-conference games against conference opponents? Am I reading that correctly?

Budgets are tight and teams are struggling to fill 14 OOC games, particularly with the Ivies limiting games. Maine is already $200,000 over budget for travel. Don't know the financials for the other schools, but Dennehy and Leaman have expressed concerns over the availability of opponents. Leaman has called for Hockey East (or at least HEA minus BC/BU/ND) to enter a scheduling agreement with one of the other conferences to guarantee everyone has enough games. I would like to see the old WCHA-Hockey East arrangement return but not sure if that's viable. However, I would expect to see OOC games against conference opponents for the next few seasons - probably involving the New England flagships (Maine, Vermont, UMA, UConn) playing a round-robin. Maine and New Hampshire might also play an OOC game each season, trading off between Manchester and Portland. Hockey East is going to regret going to 12 teams.

Shirtless Guy
03-09-2013, 03:08 PM
ND as in Notre Dame or North Dakota? I'd assume Notre Dame because I've already filled out North Dakota's schedule, but I might as well confirm.
Notre Dame, still to be determined if its thur/fri, fri/sat, fri/sun

FlagDUDE08
03-09-2013, 03:36 PM
Budgets are tight and teams are struggling to fill 14 OOC games, particularly with the Ivies limiting games. Maine is already $200,000 over budget for travel. Don't know the financials for the other schools, but Dennehy and Leaman have expressed concerns over the availability of opponents. Leaman has called for Hockey East (or at least HEA minus BC/BU/ND) to enter a scheduling agreement with one of the other conferences to guarantee everyone has enough games. I would like to see the old WCHA-Hockey East arrangement return but not sure if that's viable. However, I would expect to see OOC games against conference opponents for the next few seasons - probably involving the New England flagships (Maine, Vermont, UMA, UConn) playing a round-robin. Maine and New Hampshire might also play an OOC game each season, trading off between Manchester and Portland. Hockey East is going to regret going to 12 teams.

Welcome to what we've been doing since you guys bailed in 84.

mar7967
03-09-2013, 09:42 PM
RIT's NC schedule

hosting Michigan once, hosting colgate once, hosting St. Lawrence twice, 2 @ Clarkson, 1 @ Penn State.

Army is @ Penn State on 10/11/13.

WCHA Conference schedule has been posted: http://www.wcha.com/men/pres1213/201303/mar7wcm.php

Edit - guess you knew all that, oops.