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d3hockey57
02-14-2018, 09:08 AM
Is this the year we see a new team join this group?
2016-17 ... St. Norbert
2015-16 ... Adrian
2014-15 ... Adrian
2013-14 ... St. Norbert
2012-13 ... Adrian
2011-12 ... MSOE
2010-11 ... Adrian
2009-10 ... Adrian
2008-09 ... Adrian
2007-08 ... Adrian

Scholastica, Marian, and Concordia have had strong seasons. Lawrence has been known to give the top teams fits in the past. Can MSOE crawl out of the spiral-hole they've been in for the past half of the year? Does LFC's goaltending finally carry the team out of the quarterfinal? Or do we see yet ANOTHER Green Knight vs. Bulldog game?

Adam_Krug#1
02-14-2018, 09:12 AM
Is this the year we see a new team join this group?
2016-17 ... St. Norbert
2015-16 ... Adrian
2014-15 ... Adrian
2013-14 ... St. Norbert
2012-13 ... Adrian
2011-12 ... MSOE
2010-11 ... Adrian
2009-10 ... Adrian
2008-09 ... Adrian
2007-08 ... Adrian

Scholastica, Marian, and Concordia have had strong seasons. Lawrence has been known to give the top teams fits in the past. Can MSOE crawl out of the spiral-hole they've been in for the past half of the year? Does LFC's goaltending finally carry the team out of the quarterfinal? Or do we see yet ANOTHER Green Knight vs. Bulldog game?

Same old same old.
The NC will also come out of this conference.

Tom Coughlin
02-14-2018, 09:26 AM
It would be interesting to see if Adrian and SNC both still got at-large bids if say CUW or Marian got the AQ.

PrezdeJohnson09
02-14-2018, 09:45 AM
Old ECAC West had three in the tournament at least once. Maybe twice?

pete99race
02-14-2018, 09:51 AM
Is this the year we see a new team join this group?
2016-17 ... St. Norbert
2015-16 ... Adrian
2014-15 ... Adrian
2013-14 ... St. Norbert
2012-13 ... Adrian
2011-12 ... MSOE
2010-11 ... Adrian
2009-10 ... Adrian
2008-09 ... Adrian
2007-08 ... Adrian

Scholastica, Marian, and Concordia have had strong seasons. Lawrence has been known to give the top teams fits in the past. Can MSOE crawl out of the spiral-hole they've been in for the past half of the year? Does LFC's goaltending finally carry the team out of the quarterfinal? Or do we see yet ANOTHER Green Knight vs. Bulldog game?

The NCHA teams in the middle of the conference (CSS, Marian, Concordia, and LFC) have improved since CSS and SNC joined the 'old' MCHA schools and the 'new' NCHA conference was formed.
With that said, I would expect that SNC will be traveling to Adrian to play the Bulldogs with the auto bid on the line. Loser to get a poll C bid.

pete99race
02-14-2018, 09:53 AM
It would be interesting to see if Adrian and SNC both still got at-large bids if say CUW or Marian got the AQ.

Yes, that would be very interesting...my guess = yes....

Tom Coughlin
02-14-2018, 11:11 AM
Yes, that would be very interesting...my guess = yes....

The East would riot.

joecct
02-14-2018, 12:45 PM
The East would riot.

But it would probably be right.

altazo
02-14-2018, 02:31 PM
Is this the year we see a new team join this group?
2016-17 ... St. Norbert
2015-16 ... Adrian
2014-15 ... Adrian
2013-14 ... St. Norbert
2012-13 ... Adrian
2011-12 ... MSOE
2010-11 ... Adrian
2009-10 ... Adrian
2008-09 ... Adrian
2007-08 ... Adrian

Scholastica, Marian, and Concordia have had strong seasons. Lawrence has been known to give the top teams fits in the past. Can MSOE crawl out of the spiral-hole they've been in for the past half of the year? Does LFC's goaltending finally carry the team out of the quarterfinal? Or do we see yet ANOTHER Green Knight vs. Bulldog game?

^^^This is a list of Harris Cup Champions, not necessarily the NCHA playoff champions. Adrian's championships from '08 thru '13 were for the playoffs from the old MCHA. The first year of the current NCHA alignment was the '13-'14 season. SNC and Adrian have both won it twice since that season.

d3hockey57
02-14-2018, 03:07 PM
^^^This is a list of Harris Cup Champions, not necessarily the NCHA playoff champions. Adrian's championships from '08 thru '13 were for the playoffs from the old MCHA. The first year of the current NCHA alignment was the '13-'14 season. SNC and Adrian have both won it twice since that season.

That's my point. SNC and Adrian have dominated.

altazo
02-14-2018, 03:51 PM
That's my point. SNC and Adrian have dominated.

Well, you’re still kinda missing the point. Your thread is titled “NCHA Playoffs.” Adrian did not play in the NCHA until the ‘13-‘14 season.

No big deal, but SNC was the NCHA playoff champion in several of those seasons you have Adrian listed.

d3hockey57
02-14-2018, 04:45 PM
Well, you’re still kinda missing the point. Your thread is titled “NCHA Playoffs.” Adrian did not play in the NCHA until the ‘13-‘14 season.

No big deal, but SNC was the NCHA playoff champion in several of those seasons you have Adrian listed.

Would you like me to retitle it NCHA/MCHA Playoffs? It'd would be nice to have a place to talk about the playoffs involving the two best teams in the country.

altazo
02-14-2018, 04:58 PM
Would you like me to retitle it NCHA/MCHA Playoffs? It'd would be nice to have a place to talk about the playoffs involving the two best teams in the country.

It’s your thread so can title it whatever you’d like, but you still don’t get it.

Mentioning that Adrian won the 2008 MCHA playoffs is no more relevant to this years NCHA playoffs than it would have been if you had mentioned that UW Stout won the NCHA playoffs in 2009.

d3hockey57
02-14-2018, 05:15 PM
It’s your thread so can title it whatever you’d like, but you still don’t get it.

Mentioning that Adrian won the 2008 MCHA playoffs is no more relevant to this years NCHA playoffs than it would have been if you had mentioned that UW Stout won the NCHA playoffs in 2009.

NCHA/MCHA/WIAC Playoffs it is!

NUProf
02-15-2018, 10:50 AM
Actually, the MCHA was renamed the NCHA when the WIAC schools pulled out of the original NCHA, and the remaining NCHA members joined the MCHA. Technically, the predecessor of the current NCHA is the MCHA.

Tom Coughlin
02-15-2018, 12:43 PM
Coghlin is going for win 550 on Friday night against Lawrence.

GB Puck Fan
02-15-2018, 06:45 PM
SNC/LU preview
http://fox11online.com/sports/college/friendship-on-ice-as-coaches-clash-in-ncha-playoffs

d3hockey57
02-16-2018, 06:17 PM
And we're off.

Russell Jaslow
02-16-2018, 06:40 PM
Old ECAC West had three in the tournament at least once. Maybe twice?

They had three in the frozen four (Elmira host downtown) and they still couldn't win a national championship.

PrezdeJohnson09
02-16-2018, 08:26 PM
They had three in the frozen four (Elmira host downtown) and they still couldn't win a national championship.

Incorrect. Two were there. Elmira played Middlebury. Hobart played St. Norbert. Middlebury beat St. Norbert 3-0 to win title.