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Leecoffee9
03-02-2019, 08:17 AM
Yup. #16 now.
Going to be rooting for St. Cloud, Clarkson, Union, Penn State and BC tonight.
Oh - and for the January/early February UML team to show up.
Well - glass half full, it is looking like the NCAA Regionals may be low stress.

chiefs11
03-02-2019, 09:44 PM
Yup. #16 now.
Going to be rooting for St. Cloud, Clarkson, Union, Penn State and BC tonight.
Oh - and for the January/early February UML team to show up.
Well - glass half full, it is looking like the NCAA Regionals may be low stress.

4 points in three weeks only blame ourselves

Turk_Sanderson
03-03-2019, 09:26 AM
Yup, no one else to blame but ourselves for this one. We have now entered the win to get in zone.

boblav1
03-03-2019, 10:17 AM
Yup, no one else to blame but ourselves for this one. We have now entered the win to get in zone.

Another tie that feels like a loss. No puck luck again on that second UNH goal. The team is limping to the finish line. A 20 win season seemed pretty certain a couple of weeks ago, now? A must win at UVM for home ice. Hopefully Norm and the team can get it going again.

Turk_Sanderson
03-03-2019, 10:52 AM
Another tie that feels like a loss. No puck luck again on that second UNH goal. The team is limping to the finish line. A 20 win season seemed pretty certain a couple of weeks ago, now? A must win at UVM for home ice. Hopefully Norm and the team can get it going again.

Yeah tough break going off of Johnny Mac's skate, but them the breaks. Good on Tyler Wall for bouncing back from that and finishing the game strong with some great saves that kept Lowell in the game. I thought for sure Schutz was going to bury that one at the end he does have a nose for the net when given a clean look. The first period last night was junk on our side. The amount of zone time UNH had was absurbd. Lowell fell into that cycle of getting hemmed in > partial clear > line change > hemmed in again > rinse and repeat. 2nd period onwards we saw the type of hockey we need this time of year. Getting pucks deep, winning battles, retaining pucks and good streches of zone time, and hounding puck carriers with good support. I like the physcality that Lowell played with last night. Avni Bershia for hit of the year last night, what a stick that was just over the blue line.

I am worried next week about that long bus ride up to Burlington. Another down to the finish for positioning battle for Hockey East playoffs. I could sit here and nitpick and second guess, but at the end of the day this team has gone above my expectations for the year and was a step in the right direction from last year.

leswp1
03-03-2019, 11:15 AM
Yeah tough break going off of Johnny Mac's skate, but them the breaks. Good on Tyler Wall for bouncing back from that and finishing the game strong with some great saves that kept Lowell in the game. I thought for sure Schutz was going to bury that one at the end he does have a nose for the net when given a clean look. The first period last night was junk on our side. The amount of zone time UNH had was absurbd. Lowell fell into that cycle of getting hemmed in > partial clear > line change > hemmed in again > rinse and repeat. 2nd period onwards we saw the type of hockey we need this time of year. Getting pucks deep, winning battles, retaining pucks and good streches of zone time, and hounding puck carriers with good support. I like the physcality that Lowell played with last night. Avni Bershia for hit of the year last night, what a stick that was just over the blue line.

I am worried next week about that long bus ride up to Burlington. Another down to the finish for positioning battle for Hockey East playoffs. I could sit here and nitpick and second guess, but at the end of the day this team has gone above my expectations for the year and was a step in the right direction from last year.

They are probably going up the day before.

boblav1
03-03-2019, 11:19 AM
Yeah tough break going off of Johnny Mac's skate, but them the breaks. Good on Tyler Wall for bouncing back from that and finishing the game strong with some great saves that kept Lowell in the game. I thought for sure Schutz was going to bury that one at the end he does have a nose for the net when given a clean look. The first period last night was junk on our side. The amount of zone time UNH had was absurbd. Lowell fell into that cycle of getting hemmed in > partial clear > line change > hemmed in again > rinse and repeat. 2nd period onwards we saw the type of hockey we need this time of year. Getting pucks deep, winning battles, retaining pucks and good streches of zone time, and hounding puck carriers with good support. I like the physcality that Lowell played with last night. Avni Bershia for hit of the year last night, what a stick that was just over the blue line.

I am worried next week about that long bus ride up to Burlington. Another down to the finish for positioning battle for Hockey East playoffs. I could sit here and nitpick and second guess, but at the end of the day this team has gone above my expectations for the year and was a step in the right direction from last year.

UNH totally dominated that first period after they got that second goal. Any one watching that period would have thought the Wildcats were the ranked team. Schutz actually missed the net by a foot or more. It looked like the puck went off the end of his stick. I'm worried about every game going forward with the way things have been going. The Hawks just need to get it done on Friday, something they haven't been able to do the past few weekends.

There's still some hockey to be played but at this point I agree the team has exceeded my expectations.

Turk_Sanderson
03-03-2019, 11:33 AM
UNH totally dominated that first period after they got that second goal. Any one watching that period would have thought the Wildcats were the ranked team. Schutz actually missed the net by a foot or more. It looked like the puck went off the end of his stick. I'm worried about every game going forward with the way things have been going. The Hawks just need to get it done on Friday, something they haven't been able to do the past few weekends.

There's still some hockey to be played but at this point I agree the team has exceeded my expectations.

Yeah, Schutz tried to go far side with it, not a bad plan given that Robinson was hugging the near side post and Chris has a pretty decent shot when trying to pick a corner, oh well not in the cards last night. We still control our own fate and 1 game isn't going to save Sneddon's job. Sounds like things are getting a little catankerous in Burlington right now. On paper, it's a game Lowell should win we just need the full 60 which as we have discussed we did not see last night. Time for the captains to step up and provide the leadership in practice all week and the locker room come Friday.

chiefs11
03-03-2019, 12:44 PM
If their worried about about a long bus ride please give me a break with playoffs looming I'll be surprised if they win a game hope iam wrong not seeing much lately

mookie1995
03-03-2019, 12:57 PM
They’re

chiefs11
03-03-2019, 01:54 PM
They’re

Teacher thanks

Turk_Sanderson
03-03-2019, 04:21 PM
If their worried about about a long bus ride please give me a break with playoffs looming I'll be surprised if they win a game hope iam wrong not seeing much lately

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xzpndHtdl9A

UMLFan
03-07-2019, 01:01 PM
Big, big game tomorrow night. And I can tell we're all nervous, since this thread is D-E-D, dead.

BTW, Terrence Wallin has rejoined the Hartford Wolf Pack (http://www.hartfordwolfpack.com/news/detail/terrence-wallin-rejoins-pack-on-pto).

Turk_Sanderson
03-07-2019, 02:16 PM
Big, big game tomorrow night. And I can tell we're all nervous, since this thread is D-E-D, dead.

BTW, Terrence Wallin has rejoined the Hartford Wolf Pack (https://www.hartfordwolfpack.com/news/detail/terrence-wallin-rejoins-pack-on-pto).

UVM is a team with nothing to lose, you gotta respect that especially with our 0-0-2 record on Senior Night(s)

If Marin is back who would you rather see sit. Knoblauch or Schutz? I think Knoblauch bring a little more to the table in the forechecking game he doesn't mind playing down low and battling for the puck.

chiefs11
03-07-2019, 03:18 PM
UVM is a team with nothing to lose, you gotta respect that especially with our 0-0-2 record on Senior Night(s)

If Marin is back who you rather see sit. Knoblauch or Schutz? I think Knoblauch bring a little more to the table in the forechecking game he doesn't mind playing down low and battling for the puck.

Marin for me good luck charm he is don't think no one has any faith in team

ScottK
03-07-2019, 05:03 PM
UVM is a team with nothing to lose, you gotta respect that especially with our 0-0-2 record on Senior Night(s)

Lowell is 1-2-2 on Senior Nights this season.

chiefs11
03-07-2019, 05:29 PM
Lowell is 1-2-2 on Senior Nights this season.

Look Vermont nothing to lose record on senior nite that's all crap big game do your job get the win enough with the silly info

coco7
03-07-2019, 06:05 PM
Sadly Marin is out for season

boblav1
03-07-2019, 06:06 PM
BC at PC just starting on NBCS - Boston.
Panthers and Bruins on NESN.

Turk_Sanderson
03-07-2019, 06:12 PM
Sadly Marin is out for season

I like Nick's energy especially on the PK, going to be missed