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J.D.
11-08-2015, 05:42 PM
Spearing is one thing when involved with someone. Bad enough, but that scenario today? Wow. Never seen that happen before. It was something dale hunter would be proud of.

defkit
11-08-2015, 06:52 PM
Just watched the gif - what an idiot. Looks like the kind of play that had Parker give Alexx Privatera the rest of the season off. Let's see if Red has the decency to give this guy at least 10 games off (regardless of what the league does).

Runsub5
11-08-2015, 08:00 PM
Gendron is partly responsible for that behavior. He needs to instill discipline into his team. Players need to know that even under adversity and frustration that kind of behavior will not be tolerated.

Bonin21
11-08-2015, 08:40 PM
That was pathetic.

BC/HE
11-08-2015, 10:51 PM
Demko, with 6 already, is on the verge of joining this select group:


Goalie Shutouts
Player, Team Year SHO
Greg Gardner, Niagara 2000 12
David McKee, Cornell 2005 10
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2001 10
David LeNeveu, Cornell 2003 9
Jordan Pearce, Notre Dame 2009 8
Brian Elliott, Wisconsin 2006 8
Cory Schneider, Boston College 2006 8
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2002 8
Karl Goehring, North Dakota 2000 8
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2000 8
Jack Ferreria, Boston U. 1965 8
Alex Lyon, Yale 2015 7
Steven Summerhays, Notre Dame 2014 7
Shane Madolora, RIT 2012 7
Ben Scrivens, Cornell 2010 7
Ben Scrivens, Cornell 2009 7
Adam Berkhoel, Denver 2004 7
Dominic Vicari, Michigan St. 2004 7
Mike Ayers, New Hampshire 2003 7
Jeff Sanger, Colorado Col. 2002 7
Scott Meyer, St. Cloud St. 2000 7
Gerry Powers, Denver 1968 7
Wayne Gibbons, Clarkson 1962 7

Hokydad
11-08-2015, 11:04 PM
Petrecki head butt at center ice at Conte....

defkit
11-09-2015, 05:36 AM
Demko, with 6 already, is on the verge of joining this select group:


Goalie Shutouts
Player, Team Year SHO
Greg Gardner, Niagara 2000 12
David McKee, Cornell 2005 10
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2001 10
David LeNeveu, Cornell 2003 9
Jordan Pearce, Notre Dame 2009 8
Brian Elliott, Wisconsin 2006 8
Cory Schneider, Boston College 2006 8
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2002 8
Karl Goehring, North Dakota 2000 8
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2000 8
Jack Ferreria, Boston U. 1965 8
Alex Lyon, Yale 2015 7
Steven Summerhays, Notre Dame 2014 7
Shane Madolora, RIT 2012 7
Ben Scrivens, Cornell 2010 7
Ben Scrivens, Cornell 2009 7
Adam Berkhoel, Denver 2004 7
Dominic Vicari, Michigan St. 2004 7
Mike Ayers, New Hampshire 2003 7
Jeff Sanger, Colorado Col. 2002 7
Scott Meyer, St. Cloud St. 2000 7
Gerry Powers, Denver 1968 7
Wayne Gibbons, Clarkson 1962 7

Ryan Miller made the list 3 times. Wow.

theprofromdover
11-09-2015, 08:19 AM
Petrecki head butt at center ice at Conte....

Petrecki's father grabbed him as he came off the ice and laid into him. Made him apologize to his team, coaches and the opposing player.

sterlippo1
11-09-2015, 08:38 AM
Ryan Miller made the list 3 times. Wow.

was just gonna post that. Unreal

J.D.
11-09-2015, 08:49 AM
Petrecki's father grabbed him as he came off the ice and laid into him. Made him apologize to his team, coaches and the opposing player.

Even then, I'm not sure what that incident has to do with the price of tea in China. We're talking what, 6 years ago? Obviously it was an incredibly stupid thing to do.

TonyTheTiger20
11-09-2015, 08:55 AM
Even then, I'm not sure what that incident has to do with the price of tea in China. We're talking what, 6 years ago? Obviously it was an incredibly stupid thing to do.
Also hitting someone in the helmet with your helmet =/= jabbing at someone with the butt end of your stick.

Nick Papagiorgio
11-09-2015, 09:24 AM
I had mentioned this walking out of the game on Sunday... this BC team has the MSU (or a little later the Cornell teams) type numbers so far without actually trying to avoid offense intentionally like those teams did. It's crazy. But this team has not exactly had a killer schedule so far. The schedule will get tougher and even against similar competition this type of stuff is absolutely impossible to maintain.

Through 9 games this team is WAY ahead of schedule but at the same time, the change in fortunes from last year is not surprising and almost what I had expected. It's not fun honking on anyone but we just purged a terrible class and replaced it with massive amounts of talent. Everyone seems to be slotted in nicely now (especially with #notagrinder gone), which was one of my biggest complaints over the past few years. Amazing that Tuch hasn't even gotten going yet. But we've had a pleasant surprise in the emergence of Cangelosi. I had all but given up on him.

Honest question - who is surprised that losing Matheson has not hurt at all? Quite frankly I'm not. Very few bad turnovers from this squad without Matheson. Casey Fitzgerald has been great. Savage has been great. Santini is back to form. McCoshen has been great. Doherty has been excellent.

Demko really seems to be comfortable in the crease since the hip operations. He is making it look easy.

The whole team has a nice feel to it. It just feels so much different than the past few seasons.

I will say as far as the Vesey play, he is very fortunate Fitzgerald saw him at the last second and got to him first and essentially blocked out McCoshen from getting a good piece of him because I'm pretty sure McCoshen would have hurt him and we'd be looking at a far worse scenario for everyone involved. It was a dirty play, but an isolated incident.

J.D.
11-09-2015, 10:00 AM
Schedule will certainly get tougher but you can only play who is in front of you. Even in the one loss, RPI had to block a ridiculous amount of shots. CHN had it at 45 blocked shots...that is absurd. So even with a soft schedule, I wasn't banking on 8-1 to start. Last year's team would have lost to Denver and there's a good chance they would have found a way to drop one of these games to Maine 1-0 or 2-1.

RENCEB
11-09-2015, 10:41 AM
Spearing is one thing when involved with someone. Bad enough, but that scenario today? Wow. Never seen that happen before. It was something dale hunter would be proud of. Not the 1st time for Vesey; http://www.pressherald.com/2014/10/18/union-keeps-maine-winless/

" Union’s Daniel Ciampini redirected a pass for a goal at 12:47 to make it 4-1. Maine freshman Nolan Vesey speared Union’s Sam Coatta seconds later, sending him crumpling to the ice. Vesey was assessed a five-minute penalty and a game misconduct.

“What Nolan Vesey did is absolutely unacceptable. He stuck the kid and that can’t happen,” Gendron said.

Vesey could be suspended from Friday’s home game against Alaska-Anchorage after Hockey East reviews the play. Gendron indicated he may keep Vesey out even if the league doesn’t act."

Nick Papagiorgio
11-09-2015, 10:46 AM
Yikes.

Chris_NH
11-09-2015, 12:08 PM
Huh...not a Ken Dryden to be found anywhere.


Demko, with 6 already, is on the verge of joining this select group:


Goalie Shutouts
Player, Team Year SHO
Greg Gardner, Niagara 2000 12
David McKee, Cornell 2005 10
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2001 10
David LeNeveu, Cornell 2003 9
Jordan Pearce, Notre Dame 2009 8
Brian Elliott, Wisconsin 2006 8
Cory Schneider, Boston College 2006 8
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2002 8
Karl Goehring, North Dakota 2000 8
Ryan Miller, Michigan St. 2000 8
Jack Ferreria, Boston U. 1965 8
Alex Lyon, Yale 2015 7
Steven Summerhays, Notre Dame 2014 7
Shane Madolora, RIT 2012 7
Ben Scrivens, Cornell 2010 7
Ben Scrivens, Cornell 2009 7
Adam Berkhoel, Denver 2004 7
Dominic Vicari, Michigan St. 2004 7
Mike Ayers, New Hampshire 2003 7
Jeff Sanger, Colorado Col. 2002 7
Scott Meyer, St. Cloud St. 2000 7
Gerry Powers, Denver 1968 7
Wayne Gibbons, Clarkson 1962 7

mookie1995
11-09-2015, 12:15 PM
Huh...not a Ken Dryden to be found anywhere.

Once they lowered the pitching mounds following the 68 season scoring increased

J.D.
11-09-2015, 07:19 PM
One game for vesey. Seems light for a repeat offender.

SonofSouthie
11-10-2015, 10:51 AM
One game for vesey. Seems light for a repeat offender.
Must've called the NFL for advice.

Drew S.
11-10-2015, 11:07 AM
One game for vesey. Seems light for a repeat offender.

Is he actually considered a repeat offender? The game last year was out of conference. If Bertanga saw the same video as me it didn't look that bad. I'm not doubting it looked worse from a different angle but that is out of Bertanga's control.