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Sean Pickett
02-29-2016, 02:48 PM
Maine not only had the forfeits, but played most of the regular season without the Ferraros, Kariya or Mike Dunham due to the Olympics. Think they were all back for the playoffs. Plus the 1994-95 Maine team was no slouch, with a lot of the same guys, as you may more favorably remember from the NCAA title game.Paul Kariya played the first semester for Maine before leaving for the Canadian Olympic Team, but he declined to return to Maine after the Olympics. Mike Dunham also did not return after the Olympics, or at least he did not play against BU in the Hockey East quarterfinals. The Ferraros did return after the Olympics, but only Peter had a major impact in the quarterfinals as he was involved in all 8 Black Bear goals, going 1-4-5 in game 1 and 1-2-3 in game 2.

Sean

defkit
02-29-2016, 03:12 PM
Paul Kariya played the first semester for Maine before leaving for the Canadian Olympic Team, but he declined to return to Maine after the Olympics. Mike Dunham also did not return after the Olympics, or at least he did not play against BU in the Hockey East quarterfinals. The Ferraros did return after the Olympics, but only Peter had a major impact in the quarterfinals as he was involved in all 8 Black Bear goals, going 1-4-5 in game 1 and 1-2-3 in game 2.

Sean

Yeah, I was pretty sure that only the Ferraro's had returned. But they were no slouches, as your stats show for Peter. Of course on the Maine team the year before, if you didn't have 40 points, you were likely on the third line. And even then you might have!

walrus
02-29-2016, 03:53 PM
Yeah, I was pretty sure that only the Ferraro's had returned. But they were no slouches, as your stats show for Peter. Of course on the Maine team the year before, if you didn't have 40 points, you were likely on the third line. And even then you might have!

Chris Ines didn't play after the Olympics either

Scarlet
02-29-2016, 05:28 PM
So what's the ticket situation for this weekend? Are they putting them in Acct Manager?

Sean Pickett
02-29-2016, 05:31 PM
So what's the ticket situation for this weekend? Are they putting them in Acct Manager?I received an email last week that said there would be an invoice in my account today, but I haven't checked yet.

Sean

mookie1995
02-29-2016, 06:17 PM
So what's the ticket situation for this weekend? Are they putting them in Acct Manager?

i saw what sean saw

theprofromdover
02-29-2016, 07:40 PM
i saw what sean saw

On the see saw?

ericredaxe
02-29-2016, 08:29 PM
Are the students on break this weekend? Attendance predictions? 2300?

mookie1995
03-01-2016, 07:58 AM
On the see saw?

On our way from Mumbai to Bangalore

brassbonanza
03-01-2016, 09:42 AM
Log into your account, there'll be an invoice there. Pay it and you have the option to print tickets at home, use mobile, or go to the ticket office and have them printed there. It's $10 a game looks like.

buoldtimer
03-01-2016, 10:09 AM
Paul Kariya played the first semester for Maine before leaving for the Canadian Olympic Team, but he declined to return to Maine after the Olympics. Mike Dunham also did not return after the Olympics, or at least he did not play against BU in the Hockey East quarterfinals. The Ferraros did return after the Olympics, but only Peter had a major impact in the quarterfinals as he was involved in all 8 Black Bear goals, going 1-4-5 in game 1 and 1-2-3 in game 2.

Sean

As I recall, the UMO roster included a small forward who had transferred from AFA. It seemed that BU always had a problem keeping him in check. Cal Ingraham, perhaps?

Tater
03-01-2016, 10:30 AM
Log into your account, there'll be an invoice there. Pay it and you have the option to print tickets at home, use mobile, or go to the ticket office and have them printed there. It's $10 a game looks like.

$15 for me, $10 must be your young alumni discount.

defkit
03-01-2016, 10:42 AM
As I recall, the UMO roster included a small forward who had transferred from AFA. It seemed that BU always had a problem keeping him in check. Cal Ingraham, perhaps?

He was very good. I feel like he had some crazy number of goals one year, perhaps the NCAA title year. I know Kariya had the 100 (*89;)) points, Mongtomery was in the low 90s (which is why Walsh was livid when David Sacco beat him out for 1st team All American (or was it All-HE?).

Bomber
03-01-2016, 02:39 PM
He was very good. I feel like he had some crazy number of goals one year, perhaps the NCAA title year. I know Kariya had the 100 (*89;)) points, Mongtomery was in the low 90s (which is why Walsh was livid when David Sacco beat him out for 1st team All American (or was it All-HE?).

Total memory, but I think he had 36 goals that year. (Someone go look it up!)

I looked it up. I was off by ten. :eek::eek:

GP G A TOT
45 46 39 85

AMC
03-01-2016, 03:06 PM
He was very good. I feel like he had some crazy number of goals one year, perhaps the NCAA title year. I know Kariya had the 100 (*89;)) points, Mongtomery was in the low 90s (which is why Walsh was livid when David Sacco beat him out for 1st team All American (or was it All-HE?).

Kariya, Montgomery, Dunham, Imes were 1st team Hockey East. Snow was 2nd team. Ingraham didn't make it.

Dunham, Imes, Kariya were 1st team All-America. Ingraham, Montgomery were 2nd team. Montgomery never made 1st team All-American. 32-63-95 just wasn't good enough I suppose.

defkit
03-01-2016, 03:49 PM
Kariya, Montgomery, Dunham, Imes were 1st team Hockey East. Snow was 2nd team. Ingraham didn't make it.

Dunham, Imes, Kariya were 1st team All-America. Ingraham, Montgomery were 2nd team. Montgomery never made 1st team All-American. 32-63-95 just wasn't good enough I suppose.

I wonder how many of Montgomery's points were in the two games against New Brunswick, like the 11 that Kariya had. But yeah, I can't say I disagreed with Walsh - Sacco had a point total in the 60s.

Sean Pickett
03-01-2016, 05:29 PM
I wonder how many of Montgomery's points were in the two games against New Brunswick, like the 11 that Kariya had. But yeah, I can't say I disagreed with Walsh - Sacco had a point total in the 60s.I finally took a look to see if I could find how many points Kariya had against New Brunswick and I found the boxes in the Bangor Daily News Archive (http://archive.bangordailynews.com/). According to the boxes Kariya had 2-7-9 in the 2 games, while Montgomery had 1-4-5. BTW, two weeks later Maine decimated Merrimack 25-3 in 2 games (14-1, 11-2) and the boxes for those games have Kariya with 2-7-9 and Montgomery with 2-6-8.

Sean

defkit
03-01-2016, 07:37 PM
I finally took a look to see if I could find how many points Kariya had against New Brunswick and I found the boxes in the Bangor Daily News Archive (http://archive.bangordailynews.com/). According to the boxes Kariya had 2-7-9 in the 2 games, while Montgomery had 1-4-5. BTW, two weeks later Maine decimated Merrimack 25-3 in 2 games (14-1, 11-2) and the boxes for those games have Kariya with 2-7-9 and Montgomery with 2-6-8.

Sean

Ok, so I'll change it to 100 (*91) for Kariya. :D

mookie1995
03-01-2016, 08:24 PM
Ok, so I'll change it to 100 (*91) for Kariya. :D

still were CHEATERS!!!!

BU Fan 84
03-01-2016, 10:00 PM
Kariya, Montgomery, Dunham, Imes were 1st team Hockey East. Snow was 2nd team. Ingraham didn't make it.

Dunham, Imes, Kariya were 1st team All-America. Ingraham, Montgomery were 2nd team. Montgomery never made 1st team All-American. 32-63-95 just wasn't good enough I suppose.

As we learned last year, being the second leading scorer in the country is not good enough to be named 1st or 2nd team All-American.