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joecct
03-18-2019, 10:49 AM
I know its cheesy, but Willett be difficult to out point the statesmen?

pete99race
03-18-2019, 11:00 AM
I am thinking a Point/Geneseo final....two very similar teams...
very quick, hard working forward group, with solid D and goal tending...
looking forward to three good games this coming Friday/Saturday...

Bartman
03-18-2019, 11:11 AM
Looking for a Statesmen "miracle on ice" against the Pointers. Hobart will do what they have done this season.... keep digging all game, never give up, and hopefully bury the doggies bone. That said, only respect for the Pointer's undefeated season to date. Hopefully Liam will have eagle eyes and catlike reflexes and the puck will bounce favorably for the Statesmen's attack. Good Luck to both teams.

nascoo
03-18-2019, 12:40 PM
NU & Hobart are big under dogs and well deserved by Point and Genny. Great seasons...I don't remember the last undefeated season in
D3 and have been following 20 seasons. Could not believe the NU vs UNE featured goalies from yes France & England.

Tom Coughlin
03-18-2019, 01:04 PM
Great seasons...I don't remember the last undefeated season in D3 and have been following 20 seasons.

According to Dan Lukes game preview from last week, there has never been an undefeated season in D3.

PSUChamps2001
03-18-2019, 01:09 PM
NU & Hobart are big under dogs and well deserved by Point and Genny. Great seasons...I don't remember the last undefeated season in
D3 and have been following 20 seasons. Could not believe the NU vs UNE featured goalies from yes France & England.

RIT, 2001....well until the last game.... yesterday was the Anniversary.... HAPPY 27-1-1 Day RIT!!

Fredonia went into the NCAA Final Four undefeated I want to say in the early 90s. Adrian had a 1 loss season (but didn't even make the NCAA tournament). Middlebury had a few 2 loss seasons if I remember correctly.

Russell Jaslow
03-18-2019, 01:10 PM
According to Dan Lukes game preview from last week, there has never been an undefeated season in D3.

Make sure you remind RIT fans of that. :D

beaverhockeyfan
03-18-2019, 01:47 PM
NU & Hobart are big under dogs and well deserved by Point and Genny. Great seasons...I don't remember the last undefeated season in
D3 and have been following 20 seasons. Could not believe the NU vs UNE featured goalies from yes France & England.

Bemidji State was able to accomplish it in D-II in the 83-84 season. Up until the 83-84 season, there was no D-III Hockey. Then after that season, the NCAA did away with D-II hockey and there was only D-I and D-III. That is until 1992-93, when D-II was started up again and subsequently killed off in the 1998-99 season.

pete99race
03-18-2019, 02:39 PM
ticket info:

https://athletics.uwsp.edu/news/2019/3/18/mens-hockey-ncaa-frozen-four-ticket-information-announced.aspx

jerrynu26
03-18-2019, 04:31 PM
RIT, 2001....well until the last game.... yesterday was the Anniversary.... HAPPY 27-1-1 Day RIT!!

Fredonia went into the NCAA Final Four undefeated I want to say in the early 90s. Adrian had a 1 loss season (but didn't even make the NCAA tournament). Middlebury had a few 2 loss seasons if I remember correctly.
Norwich a one loss team in both the 2009-10 and 2016-17 National Championship seasons.

PSUChamps2001
03-18-2019, 05:07 PM
Norwich a one loss team in both the 2009-10 and 2016-17 National Championship seasons.

Ah yes, but I believe RIT and Fredonia are the only two DIII teams to go into the final weekend undefeated (and now UWSP). Neither team left that way....will UWSP...

nefan
03-18-2019, 07:52 PM
Looking for a Statesmen "miracle on ice" against the Pointers. Hobart will do what they have done this season.... keep digging all game, never give up, and hopefully bury the doggies bone. That said, only respect for the Pointer's undefeated season to date. Hopefully Liam will have eagle eyes and catlike reflexes and the puck will bounce favorably for the Statesmen's attack. Good Luck to both teams.

Salve did just that last year.. great goaltending from Wojtala and buried their chances (Udahl). One game!! Anything can happen. I will say this a lot of the shots were from the perimeter that night. Salve defense was very good keeping the fast pointers on the outside and clearing people in front of the net. Not a lot of 2nd chances.

Fishman'81
03-18-2019, 09:23 PM
I am thinking a Point/Geneseo final....two very similar teams...
very quick, hard working forward group, with solid D and goal tending...
looking forward to three good games this coming Friday/Saturday...

Genny is faster, Point is stronger along the boards... I agree that it'll be fun to watch.

landing1010
03-19-2019, 11:01 AM
Genny is faster, Point is stronger along the boards... I agree that it'll be fun to watch.


Should be two great games. Genny and UWSP would be an awesome match-up. That being said, Hobart just seems to always be ready to go and you can't deny Norwich's current undefeated streak. Good luck to all involved.

NUProf
03-19-2019, 03:17 PM
Should be two great games. Genny and UWSP would be an awesome match-up. That being said, Hobart just seems to always be ready to go and you can't deny Norwich's current undefeated streak. Good luck to all involved.

I'm looking forward to a Norwich/Hobart final, myself

Norwich59
03-19-2019, 03:37 PM
I'm looking forward to a Norwich/Hobart final, myself

Yup!

KrbFlint
03-19-2019, 03:44 PM
I'm looking forward to a Norwich/Hobart final, myself

I honestly think I'd rather play an undefeated team (IF we can beat Genny) than try to beat a team like Hobart for the fourth time this year.

KnightsOfTheRound
03-19-2019, 04:16 PM
I honestly think I'd rather play an undefeated team (IF we can beat Genny) than try to beat a team like Hobart for the fourth time this year.

That was my nightmare when there was still the possibility of playing Oswego. Give me Stevens Point 100x rather than play Oswego for the 4th time with a national championship on the line.

17'sfanNU
03-19-2019, 04:23 PM
If we can beat Genny, which I think we can, I'd rather see Hobart in the finals just to get 1 up on them after last year and to prove the NEHC competitiveness. Hobart plays a great game and is disciplined. It would be a great game.

altazo
03-19-2019, 04:45 PM
I honestly think I'd rather play an undefeated team (IF we can beat Genny) than try to beat a team like Hobart for the fourth time this year.

I thought Point being undefeated was going to work in SNCís favor last weekend. Probably wonít be the last time Iím wrong about something...