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HockeyMan2000
03-16-2013, 06:36 PM
Did Someone from PC kill a gypsy at some point? Yet another awful performance in an important game.

They played great for the final 20-25 minutes...have to bring the intensity right out of the gate tomorrow.

Gilles will want that 3rd goal back. Probably the worst goal he gave up all year.

Jon
03-16-2013, 07:15 PM
They played great for the final 20-25 minutes...have to bring the intensity right out of the gate tomorrow.

Gilles will want that 3rd goal back. Probably the worst goal he gave up all year.

I'm just hoping this doesn't completely deflate the team. They played well, the result still sucks.

goblue
03-16-2013, 08:45 PM
unh win tommorow and there back to 4th in power.
I'm at best a novice in terms of understanding the intricacies of the PWR system (not to mention how the permutations change the sorting,) but will go out on a limb and say that our position after tomorrow's game depends upon all the other games that happen between now and late tomorrow evening.

goblue
03-16-2013, 08:47 PM
I'm just hoping this doesn't completely deflate the team. They played well, the result still sucks.
Happy to have traveled down to Providence and see the game today -- had fun, sitting among some very vociferous yet good spirited PC fans. Didn't see last night's game, but heard it on the radio, and your sentiments reflect mine of yesterday.

chickod
03-16-2013, 09:27 PM
My friend bet $100 on UNH today...this was his quote: "Guaranteed win for the Wildcats today, because they have to lose tomorrow in the most agonizing way possible."

I hope he's wrong...I just thought it was kind of funny. I hope the Wildcats win and we'll see you at the Garden!

goblue
03-16-2013, 09:36 PM
My friend bet $100 on UNH today...this was his quote: "Guaranteed win for the Wildcats today, because they have to lose tomorrow in the most agonizing way possible."

I hope he's wrong...I just thought it was kind of funny. I hope the Wildcats win and we'll see you at the Garden!
Which is completely nonsensical, of course -- we could have lost today in the most agonizing way possible. (But I'm happy that he won the $100, and hope he is wrong tomorrow. If he isn't, I'll be equally pleased that PC gets to play UML again, on Friday. That would be a good game.)

chickod
03-16-2013, 09:46 PM
Which is completely nonsensical, of course -- we could have lost today in the most agonizing way possible. (But I'm happy that he won the $100, and hope he is wrong tomorrow. If he isn't, I'll be equally pleased that PC gets to play UML again, on Friday. That would be a good game.)

Well, I think what he was saying is that they always get SOOOOOO close before they lose. Look at 2009 for the latest example. :)

Go-UML
03-16-2013, 10:08 PM
If he isn't, I'll be equally pleased that PC gets to play UML again, on Friday. That would be a good game.Indeed it would be, I wouldn't mind seeing that but would prefer it in the championship game.

Also, shouldn't your sig be UNH Wildcats: Winners, 2XXX NCAA Men's Hockey National Championship? :D :D

goblue
03-16-2013, 10:10 PM
Well, I think what he was saying is that they always get SOOOOOO close before they lose. Look at 2009 for the latest example. :)
Ahhh, 2009... Manchester... we'll always have North Dakota, with the game-tying goal scored by UNH with 0.6 seconds left. That's how I like to remember 2009.
(The next afternoon, not so much.)

goblue
03-16-2013, 10:15 PM
Indeed it would be, I wouldn't mind seeing that but would prefer it in the championship game.

Also, shouldn't your sig be UNH Wildcats: Winners, 2XXX NCAA Men's Hockey National Championship? :D :D
I've been waiting for that comment! (And that signature could also be true -- without making the one I chose false. ;) )

You will either play PC or us on Friday, with the winner playing once again (grrrrr!) a Boston team in the championship. But I agree with the sentiment.

Umileated
03-16-2013, 10:21 PM
Well, I think what he was saying is that they always get SOOOOOO close before they lose. Look at 2009 for the latest example. :)

They tend to treat the season like a UNH undergrad course. Start out strong to make a good impression, tread water through the rest of the season, flop around towards the end and squeeze out a B in finals week.

UNH GH
03-17-2013, 03:25 AM
Ahhh, 2009... Manchester... we'll always have North Dakota, with the game-tying goal scored by UNH with 0.6 seconds left. That's how I like to remember 2009.
(The next afternoon, not so much.)

.1 seconds left. Such a fun game. :)

Anyways...making my yearly appearance. :) I still follow UNH on the scoreboards weekly, even though I haven't been to a game since 09, and haven't been to a game at the Whitt since....06?

Since I work for an airline and get wonderful flight benefits, I'd love to see UNH make it to the Frozen Four. I'd seriously consider attending. :)

Go-UML
03-17-2013, 08:09 AM
I've been waiting for that comment! (And that signature could also be true -- without making the one I chose false. ;) )

You will either play PC or us on Friday, with the winner playing once again (grrrrr!) a Boston team in the championship. But I agree with the sentiment.
So make sure you guys go at least one full OT and get yourselves nice and worn out for us. Thanks!

e.cat
03-17-2013, 08:13 AM
Agree.

If PC blows a chance to put this away today, just as it blew the chance to win the HE RS title last week, they will be a puddle tomorrow.


Motha always told me to stay out of puddles!

Well Felger, now UNH has to prove us right!

GoUNH
03-17-2013, 08:14 AM
So make sure you guys go at least one full OT and get yourselves nice and worn out for us. Thanks!

I saw some chatter that NESN decides which actual time slot the teams play in. Did anybody clarify that and if its true, I'm thinking NESN will opt for BU/BC for the late game. Which IF UNH wins today, puts a serious damper on my chances of attending the game since I work in VT all week :(

GoUNH
03-17-2013, 08:19 AM
Indeed it would be, I wouldn't mind seeing that but would prefer it in the championship game.

Also, shouldn't your sig be UNH Wildcats: Winners, 2XXX NCAA Men's Hockey National Championship? :D :D

Notice is says "Championship" as opposed to "Champions" :(

Go-UML
03-17-2013, 08:20 AM
I saw some chatter that NESN decides which actual time slot the teams play in. Did anybody clarify that and if its true, I'm thinking NESN will opt for BU/BC for the late game. Which IF UNH wins today, puts a serious damper on my chances of attending the game since I work in VT all week :(
Already been decided. UML plays at 5 and BC/BU play late game. I am ok with this due to some intangibles with playing at 5.

Go-UML
03-17-2013, 08:44 AM
Also, while we have the Alliance with PC, my current rooting is to keep UML in Manchester. That means that UML and UNH can't finish 1/4 or 2/3. There are just so many permutations and factors involved that right now, I'm rooting for you guys to be tired for Friday night.

goblue
03-17-2013, 09:02 AM
So make sure you guys go at least one full OT and get yourselves nice and worn out for us. Thanks!
Well, if that happens today, I'd say that the 5 days between now and Friday will be enough rest for UNH. :cool:

Felger
03-17-2013, 11:21 AM
Well Felger, now UNH has to prove us right!

Feeling even better about our chances today, just saw that Hokydad picked PC.

I just think that this is where UNH's experience comes into play...they went through a 3 game series last year...plus win or lose they know they are playing again in 2 weeks....PC is young and I just think their mental state must be pretty fragile right now after missed opportunities at home on consecutive Saturdays...and as great as their second half has been they have the added burden of knowing the season ends today with a loss, no safety net as UNH has...

Kinda sucks for PC fans, 8 days ago playing for a title, now its all over with a loss today