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UCBadger
02-16-2018, 07:24 PM
Bueller? Bueller? Bueller?

UCBadger
02-16-2018, 07:29 PM
Over/under for score of Utica/King's game?
After 2: Utica 7 on 43 shots; King's 1 on 6 shots. (save % about the same.....)

Russell Jaslow
02-16-2018, 07:46 PM
Potsdam got an early power play goal and it has held up so far into the third, despite Oswego completely outplaying the Bears.

smbenny
02-16-2018, 08:00 PM
Elmira up 5-1 after 2.

Russell Jaslow
02-16-2018, 08:10 PM
And the lone goal holds up. Potsdam upsets Oswego, 1-0. Wow!

UCBadger
02-16-2018, 08:19 PM
And the lone goal holds up. Potsdam upsets Oswego, 1-0. Wow!
I'm sorry......What?

GB Puck Fan
02-16-2018, 08:21 PM
SNC leads Lawrence 1-0 after 2

Last the radio guys said, iirc, Adrian up 3-2 on Marian.

Adam_Krug#1
02-16-2018, 08:25 PM
Dogs beat the as s raiders 3-2

OZrebel
02-16-2018, 08:33 PM
Potsdam got an early power play goal and it has held up so far into the third, despite Oswego completely outplaying the Bears.

Zero finish, trouble tomorrow. Team was in another place despite controlling.

GB Puck Fan
02-16-2018, 08:55 PM
SNC leads Lawrence 1-0 after 2

Last the radio guys said, iirc, Adrian up 3-2 on Marian.
My bad. MSOE

GB Puck Fan
02-16-2018, 09:08 PM
SNC uses a 5x3 goal to take a 2-0 lead. LU gets app goal to make it 2-1.

SNC scores with 2:34 left to make it 3-1.

GB Puck Fan
02-16-2018, 09:13 PM
Got a bit chippy at the stone but SNC wins 3-1.

spwood
02-17-2018, 07:23 AM
Anyone know if Cortland pulled their goalie at all in their game with Plattsburgh? With the tie last night, the Dragons have officially been eliminated from playoff contention.

wallhd
02-17-2018, 07:34 AM
Anyone know if Cortland pulled their goalie at all in their game with Plattsburgh? With the tie last night, the Dragons have officially been eliminated from playoff contention.

Cortland did NOT pull their goalie. They did play an excellent defensive game, at least in my opinion.

tonsofpcs
02-17-2018, 03:53 PM
Cortland did NOT pull their goalie. They did play an excellent defensive game, at least in my opinion.

They did. They needed more passing to get through though. Too much trying to run straight for the net when there was an opening.

Saints#1
02-17-2018, 03:57 PM
I was trying to search tie breaker rules for the SUNYAC tournament to see what would happen if Plattsburgh and Brockport wound up tied at the end of the night at 13 points each. The only thing I could find was this http://www.uscho.com/2012/02/16/sunyac-playoff-jenga/

According to that article (if that is still the tie breaker rules for the SUNYAC) then wouldn't Plattsburgh have already clinched the last remaining spot based on goal differential between the two teams head to head conference games this season (Plattsburgh won 5-1 and Brockport won 5-2)?

Sorry in advance if this is misplaced, but I can't find anywhere else to post this in the DIII forum lol.

NUProf
02-17-2018, 04:55 PM
The issue would be what happens if there is a three-way tie among Fredonia, Plattsburgh, and Brockport. You look first at the record of the three tied teams against each other.

Platty would be 2-2
Freddy would be 2-2
Brocky would be 2-2


All 3 teams have 6 wins then you go goal differential among the 3

Platty 0
Freddy 0
Brocky 0

So you look at goal differential in the league

Platty -5
Freddy -4
Brocky -3

Brocky gets the 5th spot

Go back to Platty and Freddy head to head which takes us goal differential and Freddy now beats Platty.

Thus, Plattsburgh need to get at least a point or Freddy needs to get a point, because in the 3 way tie at 13 Platts is out

(assuming those are still the rules)

Russell Jaslow
02-17-2018, 05:42 PM
I was trying to search tie breaker rules for the SUNYAC tournament to see what would happen if Plattsburgh and Brockport wound up tied at the end of the night at 13 points each. The only thing I could find was this http://www.uscho.com/2012/02/16/sunyac-playoff-jenga/

According to that article (if that is still the tie breaker rules for the SUNYAC) then wouldn't Plattsburgh have already clinched the last remaining spot based on goal differential between the two teams head to head conference games this season (Plattsburgh won 5-1 and Brockport won 5-2)?

Sorry in advance if this is misplaced, but I can't find anywhere else to post this in the DIII forum lol.

That article is way too old. I should know. :-) The rules have changed.

Russell Jaslow
02-17-2018, 05:44 PM
The issue would be what happens if there is a three-way tie among Fredonia, Plattsburgh, and Brockport. You look first at the record of the three tied teams against each other.

Platty would be 2-2
Freddy would be 2-2
Brocky would be 2-2


All 3 teams have 6 wins then you go goal differential among the 3

Platty 0
Freddy 0
Brocky 0

So you look at goal differential in the league

Platty -5
Freddy -4
Brocky -3

Brocky gets the 5th spot

Go back to Platty and Freddy head to head which takes us goal differential and Freddy now beats Platty.

Thus, Plattsburgh need to get at least a point or Freddy needs to get a point, because in the 3 way tie at 13 Platts is out

(assuming those are still the rules)

I think h2h goal differential goes before conference, so you need to figure that out between the three. (Note, they've changed the rules recently, so I'm no longer 100% sure.)

There is also conference wins to consider, but that would be tied in this scenario.

EDIT: maybe I should read your post better. LOL. Too much time spent at a hockey rink today... it looks like you covered it properly.

17'sfanNU
02-17-2018, 05:58 PM
Anybody having trouble getting the video for the Norwich Castleton game. I have tried Googgle and IE.