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NMU Fan
10-24-2016, 09:39 PM
Wildcats coming off a win and a tie at Ferris and Huskies coming off a loss and a tie at Michigan. Tech won the series 3-1 last season. Ready, go.

lawdoggies
10-25-2016, 01:02 PM
I'll bite ... Tech by a bit at the McInnes for '75 team ... a closer game to the Huskies at the Berry.

JohnsonsJerseys
10-25-2016, 03:19 PM
I will not predict a loss. Tech sweeps.
Ryan J

MissThundercat
10-25-2016, 08:33 PM
I'll say a home and home SPLIT.

RaceBoarder
10-25-2016, 08:54 PM
Beer... Lots of beer...

Just need to see if its happy or sad beer....

John J. MacInnes
10-26-2016, 10:07 AM
Both games televised in the UP on TV6 this weekend. The pregame show on Friday is on FoxUP, featuring live interviews with many of the 1975 guys in attendance.

MissThundercat
10-27-2016, 10:02 PM
No woofing this week?

MOJO
10-28-2016, 09:22 AM
No woofing this week?

Well the Huskies are all bark and no bite this year!

Huskiefan906
10-28-2016, 02:12 PM
Heading to the KBC in a couple hours for pre-game. Good to be back in the Keweenaw again.
Go Tech!

Huskiefan906
10-29-2016, 12:09 PM
On the road for my first ever game at the Berry, for the most part thought the game last night was well played by both teams. It was the cleanest RIVALRY game I have ever witnessed. Payne was getting knocked down regularly, but not a real physical game last night. I expect a bit more friction tonight.
I want to see L'Esperance, Heinonen, and Steman get rewarded. Neville took a slap shot right at the end of the game, was surprised he finished the next shift. Go Tech.

Huskiefan906
10-31-2016, 12:24 AM
Forgot to mention That Gould and Blacklock looked good last night. Today, we watched the 5 minute major calls again on the tv feed and I guess I do not understand the rules.
If I was reffing, the hit on Auk was 2:00 for an elbow, possibly another 2:00 for hit from behind.
The hit on Heinonen was not to the head, it must be the new rule of hitting when vulnerable to warrant the 5:00. Finally, Gould's was a 2:00 minute boarding call. Was anyone else doubting why they were so quick to kick out players on marginal calls? The rules should protect the players, I am all for it, but let's not turn hockey into soccer.

FadeToBlack&Gold
10-31-2016, 12:34 AM
Well the Huskies are all bark and no bite this year!

I'd say we bit pretty hard with NMU in the building. :D

eye4talent
10-31-2016, 09:48 AM
Forgot to mention That Gould and Blacklock looked good last night. Today, we watched the 5 minute major calls again on the tv feed and I guess I do not understand the rules.
If I was reffing, the hit on Auk was 2:00 for an elbow, possibly another 2:00 for hit from behind.
The hit on Heinonen was not to the head, it must be the new rule of hitting when vulnerable to warrant the 5:00. Finally, Gould's was a 2:00 minute boarding call. Was anyone else doubting why they were so quick to kick out players on marginal calls? The rules should protect the players, I am all for it, but let's not turn hockey into soccer.


Officiating is ruining college hockey. You cannot touch anyone out there anymore. Ruining the game.

John J. MacInnes
10-31-2016, 10:09 AM
Forgot to mention That Gould and Blacklock looked good last night. Today, we watched the 5 minute major calls again on the tv feed and I guess I do not understand the rules.
If I was reffing, the hit on Auk was 2:00 for an elbow, possibly another 2:00 for hit from behind.
The hit on Heinonen was not to the head, it must be the new rule of hitting when vulnerable to warrant the 5:00. Finally, Gould's was a 2:00 minute boarding call. Was anyone else doubting why they were so quick to kick out players on marginal calls? The rules should protect the players, I am all for it, but let's not turn hockey into soccer.

Gould got his feet tangled with the NMU player when he also made contact above. Middle of the ice that's probably a trip, but that close to the boards it's always going to get called. Boarding is usually the call when the player who gets hit is facing away from the boards, in this case he was obviously facing into them. You just can't engage with a guy when you're both heading towards the wall at speed.

bose301s
10-31-2016, 11:43 AM
Gould got his feet tangled with the NMU player when he also made contact above. Middle of the ice that's probably a trip, but that close to the boards it's always going to get called. Boarding is usually the call when the player who gets hit is facing away from the boards, in this case he was obviously facing into them. You just can't engage with a guy when you're both heading towards the wall at speed.

I agree, he got tangled and the NMU guy went down, if that's all it had been I think it may have only been 2 for tripping, however even after that he continued his check and hit him into the boards. However unintentional it may have been it's going to, and should, get called a 5 minute.

TheGoofyBison
11-02-2016, 08:14 AM
What about the interference major on NMU? I forgot when it was, but I'm almost positive that the Tech player who was hit still had the puck on his stick.