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mattj711
09-26-2013, 01:15 PM
With the 2013-2014 season almost upon us, I thought it was time to start a new thread.

There are a couple big questions going into this season. 1) How will Cornell's defense shape up with the graduation of Fortino and Rougeau, and 2) who will step up offensively to help fill the major void left by Jenner's centralization with Team Canada? The good news for us Cornell fans is there is still a lot of talent for Derraugh and staff to work with.

2013-2014 Roster

2 Alyssa Gagliardi D 5-5 Sr. Raleigh, N.C. Shattuck-St. Mary's
4 Kelly Murray D 5-7 So. Calgary, Alberta Edge School/Alberta U18
5 Cassandra Poudrier D 5-5 So. Mont-Laurier, Quebec Team Canada U18
8 Jessica Campbell F 5-4 Sr. Melville, Saskatchewan POE / Saskatchewan U18 / Canada U18
9 Hanna Bunton F 5-9 Fr. Belleville, Ontario Canada U18/Whitby Wolves
10 Brianna Veerman F 5-5 Fr. Burlington, Ontario Aurora Jr Panthers
13 Caroline DeBruin F 5-3 Fr. Burlington, Ontario Aurora Jr Panthers
14 Victoria Pittens F 5-4 So. Whitby, Ontario Whitby Wolves
17 Emily Fulton F 5-5 Jr. Stratford, Ontario Bluewater Hawks/ Ontario U18/ Canada U18
18 Jess Brown F 5-3 So. Cleveland, Ohio Pittsburgh Jr Penguins
19 Jillian Saulnier F 5-6 Jr. Halifax, Nova Scotia Toronto Aeros/Canada U22
20 Anna Zorn F 5-11 So. Churchville, N.Y. Rochester EDGE
21 Morgan Richardson D 5-6 So. Ottawa, Ontario Team Ontario / Canada U18
23 Sydney Smith D 5-3 Fr. Lethbridge, Alberta Southeast Tigers/Canada U18
24 Hayleigh Cudmore D 5-4 Sr. Oakville, Ontario Oakville Ice /Ontario U18/Canada U18
25 Taylor Woods F 5-2 So. Morden, Manitoba Balmoral Hall/Canada U18
26 Kaitlin Doering F 5-8 Fr. Waterloo, Ontario Mississauga Jr Chiefs
27 Monika Leck F 5-6 Jr. Nepean, Ontario Ottawa Jr Senators
30 Lauren Slebodnick G 5-8 Sr. Manchester, N.H. Cushing Academy
31 Paula Voorheis G 6-0 Fr. Shanty Bay, Ontario Aurora Jr Panthers
35 Stefannie Moak G 5-7 So. Sackville, Nova Scotia Metro Boston Pizza

2013-14 Schedule
Date Opponent Location
10/19/2013 Northeastern University Ithaca, NY
10/20/2013 Northeastern University Ithaca, NY
10/25/2013 Clarkson University Ithaca, NY
10/26/2013 St. Lawrence University Ithaca, NY
11/1/2013 Princeton University Princeton, NJ
11/2/2013 Quinnipiac University Hamden, CT
11/8/2013 RPI Ithaca, NY
11/9/2013 Union College Ithaca, NY
11/15/2013 Harvard University Cambridge, MA
11/16/2013 Dartmouth College Hanover, NH
11/29/2013 Boston College Ithaca, NY
11/30/2013 Boston College Ithaca, NY
12/3/2013 Syracuse University Syracuse, NY
1/3/2014 Brown University Providence, RI
1/4/2014 Yale University New Haven, CT
1/10/2014 Mercyhurst College Erie, PA
1/11/2014 Mercyhurst College Erie, PA
1/17/2014 Dartmouth College Ithaca, NY
1/18/2014 Harvard University Ithaca, NY
1/24/2014 St. Lawrence University Canton, NY
1/25/2014 Clarkson University Potsdam, NY
1/31/2014 Yale University Ithaca, NY
2/1/2014 Brown University Ithaca, NY
2/7/2014 Colgate University Hamilton, NY
2/8/2014 Colgate University Ithaca, NY
2/14/2014 Union College Schenectady, NY
2/15/2014 RPI Troy, NY
2/21/2014 Quinnipiac University Ithaca, NY
2/22/2014 Princeton University Ithaca, NY

NUWH DogHouse
10-19-2013, 09:57 AM
Looking forward to seeing Lynah for the first time today. Hopefully you guys don't run me out.

pakidnyc
10-19-2013, 03:30 PM
Good to see Brianne Jenner made the game today to cheer on her teammates!

mattj711
10-31-2013, 03:56 PM
Great read on Cornell this week on USCHO's D1 Women's page. http://www.uscho.com/2013/10/30/campbell-and-fulton-are-becoming-more-recognizable-at-cornell/

The line of Campbell, Saulnier and Fulton has been a lot of fun to watch in the early going. Emily Fulton in particular has really stepped up her game big time. My understanding is she had some injury issues she was dealing with her first two season at Cornell, which may have been limiting her play a bit.

Cornell's offense has been much better than I expected. There is still some work to be done on maintaining the intensity level for a full 60 minutes and in the defensive zone.

The freshman class looks good and is contributing nicely. I'm looking forward to seeing what Veerman (injured) or Voorheis will add.

Should be another entertaining season.

Eeyore
10-31-2013, 07:38 PM
I'm looking forward to seeing what Veerman (injured) or Voorheis will add.

When did the Dutch start playing hockey?

Eeyore
10-31-2013, 07:39 PM
I'm looking forward to seeing what Veerman (injured) or Voorheis will add.

When did the Dutch start playing hockey?

mattj711
10-31-2013, 07:44 PM
When did the Dutch start playing hockey?

Ask OnMAA. :)

OnMAA
11-01-2013, 10:54 AM
I'm looking forward to seeing what Veerman (injured) or Voorheis will add.


When did the Dutch start playing hockey?

Don't forget, a third rookie with Dutch Lineage/Name: DeBruin

To answer your question, ever heard of Ijzerman or Staal or Nieuwendijk. Any NHL'er whose name starts with "Van" , "De", "Van de" or "VanDer".

Did you know that at one point New York was called New Amsterdam, and that Harlem was really Haarlem, named after a famous dutch town called Haarlem.

valleyboy
11-01-2013, 06:31 PM
Formed at an early age by Hans Brinker / the silver skates.

mattj711
07-08-2014, 11:19 AM
Congratulations to Coach Derraugh on being named head coach of the 2014-15 Canadian Women's National Team. http://www.cornellbigred.com/news/2014/7/8/WICE_0708141548.aspx

Also, (I'm a little late in posting this) a great big thank you for four amazing years to the recently graduated seniors (Campbell, Cudmore, Gagliardi and Slebodnick). I wish much success to each of them on their future endeavors.

monsoonweather
07-08-2014, 06:20 PM
Congratulations to Coach Derraugh on being named head coach of the 2014-15 Canadian Women's National Team. http://www.cornellbigred.com/news/2014/7/8/WICE_0708141548.aspx

Also, (I'm a little late in posting this) a great big thank you for four amazing years to the recently graduated seniors (Campbell, Cudmore, Gagliardi and Slebodnick). I wish much success to each of them on their future endeavors.

New head coach and new assistant coaches. Understandable in the case of Dineen for not coming back. But what happened to the old assistant coaches (I read Goyette was going to be promoted to head coach, not that I think it's a good idea as I don't). Methinks Hockey Canada wanted to fire Goyette and her colleague altogether with Church at the same time but that would have simply killed the team.

Or is this what HC does every Olympic cycle?