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Ralph Baer
11-25-2014, 08:09 PM
Discuss.


I think that I got the dates correct this time. :)

lugnut92
11-25-2014, 08:12 PM
Let's keep the undefeated streak of two going!

Ralph Baer
11-25-2014, 08:14 PM
Let's keep the undefeated streak of two going!

There is also our all-time 7-3-1 record vs. Michigan to defend.

FlagDUDE08
11-25-2014, 08:16 PM
There is also our all-time 7-3-1 record vs. Michigan to defend.

Only three other teams have winning records (at least I think this is still the case): Minnesota, Denver, and #26.

DrDemento
11-25-2014, 08:42 PM
After seeing only 11+ minutes of the third period of the UNH game-I only hope we could play more games on the big sheet of ice. When given that bit of extra room, you can really see the difference in speed between a couple of our forwards and the rest of the college world. I had seen Melanson skate often before but never on Olympic sized ice. Although he did not score against UNH tonight, he did get off 6 SOG and set up many others. It is kind of difficult for opposing teams to exert much offensive pressure when they have to worry about skating backwards at full speed just to keep up with him. When Nanne gets back(and i hope it is for this coming weekend) we can put those two together again.
Any comments about the experiment of skating Luke up front? I only saw the late part of the game and he got called for two penalties. One probably undeserved. And the other definitely not deserved. Finally, that loss against QU which very easily could have been a tie looms large right now. We could be at an even .500 for the season and a point higher in the ECAC standings.

Waite21
11-25-2014, 08:53 PM
Michigan started this season by losing five of their first seven games.

More recently, they swept a pair from AIC and split two with Penn State. Penn State won on Friday night, 3-2, and Michigan won on Saturday, 8-1. So Michigan's record is now 5-6, pretty comparable to RPI's 6-7-1.

Coach Red Berenson (yes, he's still there) said his team has been inconsistent this season but he believes their best hockey is ahead of them. That 8-1 shellacking they put on a Nittany Lions team that had been playing very well is an indication that the Wolverines can be formidable when they have their act together.

CornwallAce
11-25-2014, 08:55 PM
Get ready to be told that your sisters are slutty after you score your second goal. I have no clue what it means, but it must be a Michigan thing. Maybe it's Pure Michigan!

FlagDUDE08
11-26-2014, 06:40 AM
Get ready to be told that your sisters are slutty after you score your second goal. I have no clue what it means, but it must be a Michigan thing. Maybe it's Pure Michigan!

Didn't hear it five years ago when we were up 2-0 despite being outshot 15-3. Wouldn't bother me anyway; I have no blood related sisters.

UMICH
11-30-2014, 02:28 AM
Get ready to be told that your sisters are slutty after you score your second goal. I have no clue what it means, but it must be a Michigan thing. Maybe it's Pure Michigan!

No, it's not after "the 2nd goal". After any goal the opposition scores there is always an "Ugly Parents" chant. Variations of that are made depending on who is sitting in the visiting players section such as "Ugly girlfriends", "Slutty sisters", and the far less common (because we get kicked out for it) "flamin'boyfriends"...

wolverineTrumpet
11-30-2014, 06:25 PM
don't forget the occasional '**** grandma' after an opposing goal.

late to this thread as i was out of town for the weekend. glad michigan is starting to catch up on the all time record vs. rpi

the other team with a winning record vs. um is penn state

the scores show a tale of two very different games, for anyone that saw the games were they as different as the score would indicate?

wolverineTrumpet
11-30-2014, 06:26 PM
i can't post sxy?
it's a compliment!

FlagDUDE08
11-30-2014, 08:18 PM
don't forget the occasional '**** grandma' after an opposing goal.

late to this thread as i was out of town for the weekend. glad michigan is starting to catch up on the all time record vs. rpi

the other team with a winning record vs. um is penn state

the scores show a tale of two very different games, for anyone that saw the games were they as different as the score would indicate?

#26, Minnesota, and Denver also have winning records, and Air Force is 500.

UMICH
12-01-2014, 09:39 PM
don't forget the occasional '**** grandma' after an opposing goal.

late to this thread as i was out of town for the weekend. glad michigan is starting to catch up on the all time record vs. rpi

the other team with a winning record vs. um is penn state

the scores show a tale of two very different games, for anyone that saw the games were they as different as the score would indicate?

Forgot about that one.

+1:D

streaker
12-03-2014, 09:06 PM
Only three other teams have winning records (at least I think this is still the case): Minnesota, Denver, and #26.

Actually there are five active programs: Cornell (3-4-1) , Denver (36-46-1), Minnesota (118-131-15), Penn State (3-4-0) and RPI (5-7-1). There are three other programs that are tied with Michigan: Air Force (1-1), Dartmouth (3-3)-whom the Wolverines have not played since 1979, and Northeastern (3-3).

I imagine that the Wolverines will venture out to Troy in the near future to return the series favor.

Ralph Baer
12-03-2014, 09:11 PM
Actually there are five active programs: Cornell (3-4-1) , Denver (36-46-1), Minnesota (118-131-15), Penn State (3-4-0) and RPI (5-7-1). There are three other programs that are tied with Michigan: Air Force (1-1), Dartmouth (3-3)-whom the Wolverines have not played since 1979, and Northeastern (3-3).

I imagine that the Wolverines will venture out to Troy in the near future to return the series favor.

Next year, Michigan will play one game in Troy and one in Schenectady. Union will play two at Michigan the following season. So, this is not one for one.

FlagDUDE08
12-04-2014, 07:26 AM
Actually there are five active programs: Cornell (3-4-1) , Denver (36-46-1), Minnesota (118-131-15), Penn State (3-4-0) and RPI (5-7-1). There are three other programs that are tied with Michigan: Air Force (1-1), Dartmouth (3-3)-whom the Wolverines have not played since 1979, and Northeastern (3-3).

I imagine that the Wolverines will venture out to Troy in the near future to return the series favor.

I thought vs. Union is 0-1-0?

wolverineTrumpet
12-04-2014, 08:35 AM
Next year, Michigan will play one game in Troy and one in Schenectady. Union will play two at Michigan the following season. So, this is not one for one.

Excellent. I hope it's a weekend I can go. Maybe I'll finally get to see a game in an ECAC rink (they are sorely lacking from my signature).

Ralph Baer
12-04-2014, 09:40 AM
Excellent. I hope it's a weekend I can go. Maybe I'll finally get to see a game in an ECAC rink (they are sorely lacking from my signature).

Without actually looking through all of RPI's game results, I think that the last time Michigan was in Troy was for the RPI Holiday tourney in 66-67 which ended in a 6-6 tie. I was home for break and remember listening to that game through a lot of static on a radio. They also where at an earlier RPI Holiday Tourney while Berenson was playing. IIRC he holds the record for goals scored in the tourney.

ServinisScores
12-04-2014, 10:48 AM
Ralph - Michigan was in for 2 in 83-84 or 84-85.... the second game ending in a mini-brawl after Michigan got frustrated in getting their *sses kicked 2 night in a row. Addesa called out Red in the papers afterwards... :D

Ralph Baer
12-04-2014, 11:47 AM
Ralph - Michigan was in for 2 in 83-84 or 84-85.... the second game ending in a mini-brawl after Michigan got frustrated in getting their *sses kicked 2 night in a row. Addesa called out Red in the papers afterwards... :D

How soon I forget, and we returned in 85-86.