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davyd83
06-09-2019, 10:28 PM
Ah okay, I guess I'll share what I've got one day this week if there's enough interest?

Please do!

Ma#1ne Hky
06-10-2019, 10:26 AM
ANY set schedule for Maine..? Know of UAA {Oct} - Omaha {Jan} UConn 3 gms 1 in CT and 2 {Feb}

Liveatjrl
06-10-2019, 11:13 AM
ANY set schedule for Maine..? Know of UAA {Oct} - Omaha {Jan} UConn 3 gms 1 in CT and 2 {Feb}

@PC oct 5/6, @uml nov 8/9, @yale dec 10 and their home dates are supposedly known but teams aren't confirmed yet. Should be @quinn one wknd but unknown what wknd.

Liveatjrl
06-10-2019, 12:00 PM
BC quietly dropped their schedule:

https://bceagles.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhockey

sezenack
06-10-2019, 01:57 PM
Ah okay, I guess I'll share what I've got one day this week if there's enough interest?

Please do share!

TheRevengeance
06-10-2019, 02:06 PM
Okay somebody explain to me how BC's 4 extra conference games are UVM, UNH, Mack, and UMass. If you use last year's standings they got 3 of the bottom 4. If you use the year before they got 4 of the bottom 4. If you use the year before, they got 2 of the bottom 3 and all 4 from the bottom half. If you average 16-18 together like Flag was, they got 3 of the bottom 3 and 4 of the bottom 5. BC won 2 HEA RS titles in that span and was in all likelihood the top ranked team in the calculation. It makes NO sense.

Drew S.
06-10-2019, 02:13 PM
Okay somebody explain to me how BC's 4 extra conference games are UVM, UNH, Mack, and UMass. If you use last year's standings they got 3 of the bottom 4. If you use the year before they got 4 of the bottom 4. If you use the year before, they got 2 of the bottom 3 and all 4 from the bottom half. If you average 16-18 together like Flag was, they got 3 of the bottom 3 and 4 of the bottom 5. BC won 2 HEA RS titles in that span and was in all likelihood the top ranked team in the calculation. It makes NO sense.

Hockey East canít get out of their own way. If only they could go back in time and never go beyond 10 teams(or ideally nine.) At this point though the horse has left the barn and if it ever becomes relevant again will be a miracle.

Liveatjrl
06-10-2019, 04:04 PM
Here's what I put together:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HhzETUmucm7odQiSTGZZfXdSU7nzhcGki_Q5ce_CPiU/edit?usp=sharing

There are several tabs and I thought it would be good to have each conference as it's own tab along with some other useful tabs.

Please note that I know there's a scheduling conflict for Michigan State with Colorado College and ASU both scheduled to play them weekend of Oct 25 so ignore that for now.

Please let me know if this works or if you're having trouble. Let me know if I missed anything! Everything I got was from this forum, twitter, school sites, etc. I will do my best to update the schedules ASAP.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions for improving the spreadsheet - I know the colors may be a bit much but I find it a little easier to identify the teams.

Enjoy!

TheRevengeance
06-10-2019, 05:50 PM
Your BU/NU series' are backwards. The game at Matthews is paired with the March game at BU and the December is the standalone game.

I suspect one other change but its unofficial so we'll see tomorrow.

Liveatjrl
06-10-2019, 05:53 PM
Your BU/NU series' are backwards. The game at Matthews is paired with the March game at BU and the December is the standalone game

Ah thanks - I will fix that! That was an assumption my friends and I made because the last weekend of HE play is usually (for the most part) just 1 game.

Since there could be other changes, I might as well wait until tomorrow when NU's schedule will be official.

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sezenack
06-10-2019, 06:25 PM
Here's what I put together:

https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1HhzETUmucm7odQiSTGZZfXdSU7nzhcGki_Q5ce_CPiU/edit?usp=sharing

There are several tabs and I thought it would be good to have each conference as it's own tab along with some other useful tabs.

Please note that I know there's a scheduling conflict for Michigan State with Colorado College and ASU both scheduled to play them weekend of Oct 25 so ignore that for now.

Please let me know if this works or if you're having trouble. Let me know if I missed anything! Everything I got was from this forum, twitter, school sites, etc. I will do my best to update the schedules ASAP.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions for improving the spreadsheet - I know the colors may be a bit much but I find it a little easier to identify the teams.

Enjoy!

Wow this spreadsheet is awesome!! Thanks so much for sharing!

ClarksonHockeyFan16
06-10-2019, 06:47 PM
BC quietly dropped their schedule:

https://bceagles.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhockey

BC @ Colgate? Has anybody heard of that?

Snively65
06-10-2019, 10:36 PM
Wow this spreadsheet is awesome!! Thanks so much for sharing!

Agreed! Great work, liveatjrl.

Liveatjrl
06-11-2019, 11:11 AM
Thanks everyone for the feedback so far!

RIT unveiled their schedule:

https://www.ritathletics.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhock

Looks like they have 2 extra OOC games this year unless they don't count icebreaker as OOC? Anyways this gives all of Colgate and Merrimack's OOC opponents.

mar7967
06-11-2019, 11:41 AM
Thanks everyone for the feedback so far!

RIT unveiled their schedule:

https://www.ritathletics.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhock

Looks like they have 2 extra OOC games this year unless they don't count icebreaker as OOC? Anyways this gives all of Colgate and Merrimack's OOC opponents.

Correct, Ice Breaker games are exempt from the 34 game limite. There are a few others. Here is the text from the NCAA Division 1 Manual:

17.13.5.3 Annual Exemptions. The maximum number of ice hockey contests shall exclude the following:
(Adopted: 1/16/93, 1/9/96 effective 8/1/96, Revised: 9/6/00, 2/24/03, 11/22/04, 1/14/08, 4/25/18)
(a) Conference Championship. Competition in one conference championship tournament in ice hockey (or the tournament used to determine the conferenceís automatic entry in an NCAA ice hockey championship);
(b) Conference Playoff. Competition involving member institutions that tie for a conference championship. Such teams may participate in a single-elimination playoff to determine the conferenceís automatic entry in an NCAA ice hockey championship without the game(s) being counted as a postseason tournament;
(c) NCAA Championships. Competition in the NCAA Division I Menís Ice Hockey Championship and the National Collegiate Womenís Ice Hockey Championship;
(d) NCAA Championship Play-In Competition. Competition in play-in contests conducted before NCAA championships;
(e) Alumni Game. One ice hockey contest each year against an alumni team of the institution;
(f) Foreign Team in the United States. One ice hockey contest each year with a foreign opponent in the United States;
(g) Hall of Fame Game. The one ice hockey game between two Division I intercollegiate teams conducted by the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame;
(h) U.S. Olympic Team. One ice hockey contest each year against the U.S. Olympic ice hockey team during that teamís training for participation in the Winter Olympics;
(i) Hawaii or Alaska. Any games played in Hawaii or Alaska, respectively, against an active Division I member institution located in Hawaii or Alaska, by a member located outside the area in question;
(j) Fundraising Activity. Any ice hockey activities in which student-athletes from more than one of the institutionís athletics teams participate with and against alumni and friends of the institution, the purpose of which is to raise funds for the benefit of the institutionís athletics or other programs, provided the student-athletes do not miss classes as a result of their participation (see Bylaw 12.5.1.1);
(k) Celebrity Sports Activity. Competition involving a limit of two student-athletes from a member institutionís ice hockey team who participate in local celebrity ice hockey activities conducted for the purpose of raising funds for charitable organizations, provided:
(1) The student-athletes do not miss classes as a result of the participation;
(2) The involvement of the student-athletes has the approval of the institutionís athletics director; and
(3) The activity takes place within a 30-mile radius of the institutionís main campus.
(l) U.S. National Team. One game played against any team as selected and designated by the appropriate national governing body for ice hockey as a U.S. national team (e.g., ďUnder-21Ē U.S. national team); and
(m) Hockey Commissioners Association/Ice Breaker Tournaments. Competition in the menís or womenís Ice Breaker Tournament sponsored by the Hockey Commissioners Association.

NU_Husky
06-11-2019, 12:21 PM
NU has opponents but no dates https://twitter.com/GoNUmhockey/status/1138476209405227008

Spartanforlife4
06-11-2019, 12:23 PM
The MSU-UM game on 2/17 should be neutral rather than at Michigan. Other than that it looks great. Thanks for putting it together.

Liveatjrl
06-11-2019, 08:31 PM
The MSU-UM game on 2/17 should be neutral rather than at Michigan. Other than that it looks great. Thanks for putting it together.

Good catch - it's not really a tournament so that's why I just left it like that. I guess I can change it to the color format I've been using for tournaments to avoid confusion with the game not being @Michigan.

Will have tabs updated very soon w/ RIT and NU (most of NU dates were easy to figure out except the January games - assuming they play fri/sat like most games)

Spartanforlife4
06-11-2019, 08:38 PM
Good catch - it's not really a tournament so that's why I just left it like that. I guess I can change it to the color format I've been using for tournaments to avoid confusion with the game not being @Michigan.

Will have tabs updated very soon w/ RIT and NU (most of NU dates were easy to figure out except the January games - assuming they play fri/sat like most games)

Ah, didn't realize those were tournament colors, just figured it was neutral sites. I'm not sure how hard it would be, but a master list of all 60 teams could help in trying to finalize non-con pairings. It's still doable with the current set up, but flipping tabs can get a little difficult.

Liveatjrl
06-11-2019, 08:41 PM
Ah, didn't realize those were tournament colors, just figured it was neutral sites. I'm not sure how hard it would be, but a master list of all 60 teams could help in trying to finalize non-con pairings. It's still doable with the current set up, but flipping tabs can get a little difficult.

I've decided to change it to the "tournament" color and we will know that as neutral / tournament games. I did use the mayor cups, red hot hockey, Harvard playing ASU in CA, and hall of fame game as a "tournament" color anyway.

As for a master list - it won't be hard to put together, just time consuming so if I have some free time in the next couple days/week, I'll put it together.