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Red Cows
02-12-2015, 11:47 AM
If UNO wants to seriously think Penrose, they have to get 6 this weekend

Agreed.

I entitled our series thread with North Dakota "The biggest series in UNO program history".

Until this week it was, anyway.

Red Cows
02-13-2015, 10:09 PM
Wow, imagine that.

A poorly officiated home UNO game involving both Todd Lacina and Derek Shepherd.

Who'd a thunk?

Gee, UNO fan has never seen THAT before.

BroncoFever
02-13-2015, 10:31 PM
Wow, imagine that.

A poorly officiated home UNO game involving both Todd Lacina and Derek Shepherd.

Who'd a thunk?

Gee, UNO fan has never seen THAT before.

what, not enough calls go the Mavs way? :(

Red Cows
02-13-2015, 10:48 PM
Just something UNO fans have seen a lot of. We've been screaming that these two clods for many a moon.

They either call a zillion penalties or hardly any at all. Any game they are involved in, THEY are the story.

I told my wife, pre-game, when I saw they were two of the officials in this game, that UNO was done before it even started.

Seriously, I did.

What a lousy thing to be right about.

BroncoFever
02-13-2015, 11:10 PM
Those two clods gave your Mavs 5 power play attempts and Broncos only 3

Sioux-perDrunk
02-14-2015, 02:45 AM
Wait... UNO fans are blaming the refs for the loss!?!? Haha ya keep dreaming. I don't know if the Broncs played out of their minds or UNO just sucked tonight. But it was not the refs that lost that game.

BroncoFever
02-14-2015, 08:57 AM
Mavs were out worked in a typical Bronco style hockey game

If WMU would of "finished" on some of their other grade A scoring chances, this game would have been a route

gomavs#1
02-14-2015, 07:14 PM
The refs had nothing to do with that loss (although curious that we get a 5-minute major while one of our freshmen got their head taken off with a ridiculous boarding no-call).

WMU outworked, outplayed, outeverythinged the Mavs on Friday. UNO deserved to lose that and they proved YET AGAIN that they play down to their competition. Won't win any conference titles playing like that - NCAAs in jeopardy if they can't get that figured out.

gomavs#1
02-14-2015, 07:22 PM
Mavs were out worked in a typical Bronco style hockey game

If WMU would of "finished" on some of their other grade A scoring chances, this game would have been a route

A good part of the reason they didn't "finish" some of their scoring chances had much to do with the best goalie in the NCHC in the net for UNO.

BroncoFever
02-14-2015, 09:40 PM
A good part of the reason they didn't "finish" some of their scoring chances had much to do with the best goalie in the NCHC in the net for UNO.

he was very good tonight, IMO

gomavs#1
02-14-2015, 09:42 PM
With giving up the last-minute goal, UNO's Austin Ortega ties the NCAA record for game winning goals at 10 goals. Hate to see a shutout disappear in the final minute, but not a bad deal this time around.

A couple undisciplined penalties by WMU cost them big. UNO got away with a couple for sure, but thoroughly dominated the play in the second half of the game for sure.

gomavs#1
02-14-2015, 09:42 PM
he was very good tonight, IMO

I agree...thought he played near his best. I was impressed with WMU's goalie this weekend as well.

BroncoFever
02-14-2015, 09:51 PM
The refs had nothing to do with that loss (although curious that we get a 5-minute major while one of our freshmen got their head taken off with a ridiculous boarding no-call).

WMU outworked, outplayed, outeverythinged the Mavs on Friday. UNO deserved to lose that and they proved YET AGAIN that they play down to their competition. Won't win any conference titles playing like that - NCAAs in jeopardy if they can't get that figured out.

A butt end to the back of a players head will get anyone a 5, regardless of who is refing.

Your undersized freshman didn't have his head taken off, as it was just a clean/solid body check by a much bigger stronger Bronco that sent him flying. Even your own UNO announcers praised the clean/legal hit

You'll thank the Broncos next weekend, but then again, I'm sure it will be because the Sioux "played down to the level of competition", like UMD did earlier this year

BroncoFever
02-14-2015, 09:53 PM
I agree...thought he played near his best. I was impressed with WMU's goalie this weekend as well.

He played well Friday, but I would like to have seen Hafner get the start tonight

gomavs#1
02-14-2015, 09:56 PM
UNO is back to a tie for first in the NCHC with UND losing in the shootout.

SecretAgentMav
02-16-2015, 06:07 PM
Wow, imagine that.

A poorly officiated home UNO game involving both Todd Lacina and Derek Shepherd.



I'm not sure why you would make this comment. The officials had no bearing on this contest. UNO came out strong for 5 minutes, then did nothing until the final 5 minutes. Your comment should read: A poorly played home UNO game.

SecretAgentMav
02-16-2015, 06:10 PM
The refs had nothing to do with that loss (although curious that we get a 5-minute major while one of our freshmen got their head taken off with a ridiculous boarding no-call).

If you are talking about this hit on Vesel, it was never a penalty. Contact was 12.5 feet from the boards. Vesel just fell awkwardly. It looked bad, but it wasn't a penalty.

SecretAgentMav
02-16-2015, 06:16 PM
I told my wife, pre-game, when I saw they were two of the officials in this game, that UNO was done before it even started.

Seriously, I did.

What a lousy thing to be right about.

What an embarassing post for UNO fans. You make us look like whiners who show up to the rink defeated.
To be honest, I saw nothing to fault the officials for.

mcfarljd
02-16-2015, 07:15 PM
A good part of the reason they didn't "finish" some of their scoring chances had much to do with the best goalie in the NCHC in the net for UNO.

Some would say the best goalie was at CC last weekend :)

gomavs#1
02-16-2015, 07:23 PM
Some would say the best goalie was at CC last weekend :)

Some indeed might say that. Those some would be wrong.