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Pablo
02-24-2015, 04:51 PM
Viva suspended one game by NCHC for his flying elbow.
Again, I can't comment too much because I didn't see the hit. But someone sitting near me who saw it (a DU fan) said it was an ill-advised (to put it nicely) play by Larazza. Bad decision...hurts the CC player, hurts Larazza, hurts DU. Not much gained from that one. DU needs to be firing on all cylinders at the end of the season, which is much tougher to do if you have Moore out one game, Larazza out another game, etc.

vizoroo
02-24-2015, 05:19 PM
NCHC Players of the Week:
Offense--Heinen
Defense--LaLeggia

Guess it would have been embarrassing if Larraza won;):rolleyes:

vizoroo
02-24-2015, 09:00 PM
Viva suspended one game by NCHC for his flying elbow.
Flying Elbow

https://cdn0.vox-cdn.com/thumbor/ryvj-VPLzbF8_Qo68h18Wi3k560=/2x0:999x665/709x473/cdn0.vox-cdn.com/uploads/chorus_image/image/45765866/MC_Denver-58.0.0.jpg

du78
02-24-2015, 09:34 PM
Ben Brar of Abbottsford, BC has announced he will go to DU. Congrats to Ben!!!!

16-year old forward that is already 6 feet tall. I would expect him to spend the next few seasons in the BCHL. Heisenberg has him coming in 2018.

http://www.eliteprospects.com/player.php?player=247149

vizoroo
02-25-2015, 02:18 PM
Ran across scoring leaders in Denmark
#12Anthony Maiani (C) Rungsted 36GP 10G 32A 42P 1.17PPG +3

vizoroo
02-25-2015, 03:04 PM
NCHC Goals of the Week

#5--Heinen

and...........

#1--Jacobson

vizoroo
02-26-2015, 04:33 PM
Terry Frei on Leggs
http://www.denverpost.com/colleges/ci_27603987/dus-joey-laleggia-resembling-avs-stars-college-career

vizoroo
02-26-2015, 08:34 PM
Wiercioch vs Nick Shore tonight in LA-7:30Pacific

du78
02-27-2015, 09:54 AM
It is GAME DAY!!!!!

Pablo
02-27-2015, 12:53 PM
Big weekend of hockey, it will really tell us a lot of what the team is made of, what their prospects are for a post season run.

A sweep would provide huge momentum, but I guess I know better than to expect that. Miami sounds like a very good team.

So drop da puck, let's do this.

vizoroo
02-27-2015, 02:51 PM
Last regular season home weekend

Class of 2015
(Games--Points)

Joey LaLeggia--148-123
Ty Loney--142-82
Matt Tabrum--141-26
Daniel Doremus--139--80
Josiah Didier--138-26
Zac Larraza--125-64
Larkin Jacobson--102-16

Beat Miami!
Bring home the playoffs!

Pablo
02-27-2015, 03:28 PM
Last regular season home weekend

Class of 2015
(Games--Points)

Joey LaLeggia--148-123
Ty Loney--142-82
Matt Tabrum--141-26
Daniel Doremus--139--80
Josiah Didier--138-26
Zac Larraza--125-64
Larkin Jacobson--102-16

Beat Miami!
Bring home the playoffs!


Wow, that is an excellent class right there. There will be big shoes to fill next year. Let's hope they play well so this isn't their last series at Magness. We need that home ice for the playoffs.

vizoroo
02-27-2015, 05:50 PM
42. Joey LaLeggia, Defenseman, Denver (Edmonton Oilers)
LaLeggia is an offensive defenseman that has managed to hit double digits in goals scored in each of his four seasons at Denver. His size could be problematic at the next level, but he has really improved on the defensive end of the ice over the course of his career to become a more complete player.

SBN's Top 100 NHL Prospects

A Shot and a Goal
02-27-2015, 07:26 PM
Lacrosse final:

North Carolina 12
Denver 10

cetihcra
02-27-2015, 07:33 PM
Lacrosse final:

North Carolina 12
Denver 10

Sh1tty game. Frosh FOGO had his first bad game, double digit turnovers, and poor ground ball recovery sunk them. Laplante kept them in the game, but they need to tighten it up. Another big test next week against Notre Dame!

r

HoosierPioneer
02-27-2015, 07:40 PM
Sh1tty game. Frosh FOGO had his first bad game, double digit turnovers, and poor ground ball recovery sunk them. Laplante kept them in the game, but they need to tighten it up. Another big test next week against Notre Dame!

r

Glad to have another tough test to follow up a disappointing game, should be a good indicator of how good this team really is. Laplante made some spectacular saves, but he's the senior leader and can't be getting penalties at that point in the game.

While the defense needs some work stopping runs, great article about the offense from earlier today: http://www.laxmagazine.com/college_men/DI/2014-15/news/022715_a_beautiful_mind_-_denvers_matt_brown

vizoroo
02-28-2015, 01:14 AM
Tonight Ducks-vs-Kings
Ducks' announcers spoke frequently about Denver born, hometown player for University of Denver, new King, Drew Shore.:o

du78
02-28-2015, 08:53 AM
DU falls one spot to 8th in PWR and is tied with Duluth for 4th in NCHC. Huge game tonight and a must win to try to gain home ice in playoffs.

I would think Cowley gets the start but you never know.

A Shot and a Goal
02-28-2015, 11:20 AM
Miami's performance in the first period last night was the best hockey I've seen any team play in Magness Arena this season. The Redhawks were impressively quick and their skating speed as a team was dazzling. Miami's relentless forechecking created massive problems for Denver defensemen as the 'D' tried to initiative a first pass to break out of their defensive zone. The Miami forwards threw some jarring bodychecks in all three zones. Forward Riley Barber's shot in the final minute of the period hit the mesh in back of Tanner Jaillet before the Denver goalie realized the shot had beaten him. The Pioneers were most fortunate to head to the locker room trailing by a mere two goals. Denver will need a vastly improved effort tonight if it hopes to gain a split in the series. That first twenty minutes of play by Miami makes me think next weekend's Miami-NoDak series will be a terrific matchup. Good luck to Denver this evening as I think the Pioneers will need some bounces to go their way to author a victory. It will be nice to see Zac Larraza return to the lineup.

Pablo
02-28-2015, 03:56 PM
Crappy day yesterday for DU sports. Lacrosse team seemed to be cruising early on, and then 3 or 4 goal swing changed the game. I heard so much about DU emphasizing the lay up and slam dunk goals, but that didn't really pan out yesterday. I wonder whether the travel headaches and not being able to have a real practice before the game impacted things. Also disappointed in the face off guy--weird for him to go from 70-80% win percentage to what we saw yesterday. Hockey--what can you say, Miami was just better in pretty much all phases of the game. Hopefully we'll get a better result and come out of the gate strong for the first goal--having to play catch up all night last night didn't help matters. I'm not sure whether having Larazza play last night would have changed the result, but perhaps that ill-advised hit against CC had some repercussions for the team. Would love to see Zac with an inspired game tonight.