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alfablue
11-06-2009, 09:51 PM
This is what we were worried about- it doesn't take much of a lapse to have problems. And when you let Miami have the puck when everyone is standing around- we you get what you get. Darn it.

Miami did a great job clogging up the neutral zone, and at times, Michigan just could figure what to do at all.

I so didn't want that penalty shot- while the PP was not all that impressive most of the time, I figured it was better than Langlis on a penalty shot.

Took them a while to figure that kicked in goal. Not sure why- it was pretty clear from where I was sitting. That sure seemed to fire up the team- which got the one goal.

That third goal in the third was a killer. Like the first, sloppy play to move the puck around the D zone, no idea how he got so open, but bad 5 hole goal.

Ugh.

Great play by Miami. Getting 33% of your shots to hit the back of the net was pretty good.

redhawk95
11-06-2009, 10:19 PM
On the third goal while watching on the tee-vee machine, it looked like when Hetland, let me type that again, HETLAND, put the puck through the defenseman's legs, another Wolverine collapsed down on him and completely lost his defensive coverage of Smith. Goal like that out of the fourth line is completely unexpected. Feel good for Hetland and B. Smith.

SOG and all that other stuff notwithstanding, I thought Miami was tremendous with the puck, and for once, cut off the side-to-side neutral zone passes that Michigan always seems to burn us with. That looked like the team from the NCAA tournament last year the way they didn't panic, and for the most part, controlled the other team and got opportunistic scoring.

I would pose this...where the heck is Carter Camper. He's been VERY quiet the last few games. Perhaps he'll find his game tomorrow night. He's due.

I believe Reichard will play tomorrow as well, though I would not be surprised to see Connor Knapp since it's still so early in the season.

Any points tomorrow night for the Hawks would be gravy. I'll be there and am looking forward to another good game.

streaker
11-07-2009, 06:43 AM
First goal, ton of hustle by Miami, d-fense standing around, nice rebound goal.

Second goal, 4x3 PP om a questionable trip... perfectly placed shot, low inside the post.

Third goal, bad reverse by Chis Summers our Captain, bad coverage and a bad five hole goal.

Michigan hit 2 posts, a blown penalty shot (albeit a d-man took it) numerous empty nets to shoot at, a disallowed goal, PP chances... the biggest stat I heard was they took like 71 shots and 18 were blocked..!! Props to the Miami d-fense for that.

Oh, and Hill gets the boob official of the night call for "embellishment" on Hagelin. Kinda hard to embellish a call when your opponent has your stick wrapped around your crotch and is holding him to boot. Just kinda frustrating. :(

redeagle
11-07-2009, 10:56 AM
Brandon Smith from Hetland?! What the....? Gotta be happy for those two seniors. When was the last time Hetland played? No games last year (and healthy all year, I believe) and two in '07/'08? It's been a while.

UM looked very talented to me. Big effort and goaltending needed tonight from the RedHawks.

Go Redskins
11-07-2009, 09:37 PM
nice weekend :cool:

GogginSoldier
11-07-2009, 09:44 PM
nice weekend :cool:

I'll second that :D

owslachief
11-07-2009, 09:57 PM
What

the

funk?

RedhawkBandMan
11-07-2009, 10:05 PM
What's the record for penalty minutes in a single college hockey game? This game had to be close...

Hammer
11-07-2009, 10:16 PM
There were only 95 PIM handed out tonight. That's not even close.

alfablue
11-07-2009, 10:17 PM
No question the better team won. Every battle for the puck, every entry to zone, every PK, some PP's. etc. Wasnt' really that close.

UM's effort was better at times, but so was Miami's. Tough one to watch as a Michigan fan.

(oh, and record for penalties- not even close. Have to check the score sheet for a UM-MSU brawl about 20 years ago.)

kdilks
11-07-2009, 10:19 PM
I'm trying to find games with more penalty minutes than this. My goal is double. Only definitive thing I have so far is UAH's wiki page claims a game with 96 PIM against Bemidji back around 2000.

Edit: 142 in this game http://stats.ath.umich.edu/ihockey/gametot.php?gkey=509

Edit #2: Hammer has the overall record, I'm just going through the past 10 years of Michigan games. 145 against Western http://stats.ath.umich.edu/ihockey/gametot.php?gkey=384

Edit #3 We had 96 followed by 117 in the same weekend against Ohio State, and another 3 games with 100+

KC8NIY
11-07-2009, 10:26 PM
Miami totally outworked Michigan tonight. Sticks clogging the lanes creating turnovers, blocking shots, pressuring on the forecheck, and backchecking relentlessly. They never let us get anything established at all. The scoresheet was just the exclamation point.

It's been a very disappointing weekend to be a Michigan fan, but congratulations nonetheless to 'Hawks fans. This is a team to be proud of.

Hammer
11-07-2009, 10:28 PM
I went and got the record book:

http://web1.ncaa.org/web_files/stats/m_icehockey_rb/2010/D1.pdf

One team: Ohio State took 150 PIM 1/30/81
Combined: Maine-BU combined for 268 PIM 1/24/04

Oh, and for those of you who know me, team with the most penalties in a game: Ferris took 36 on 3/7/98. That might have been the "biting incident" game.

KC8NIY
11-07-2009, 10:44 PM
Oh, and for those of you who know me, team with the most penalties in a game: Ferris took 36 on 3/7/98. That might have been the "biting incident" game.

I wouldn't have expected anything else. Well, maybe a few majors for boarding :D

redhawkman10
11-07-2009, 11:33 PM
Miami totally outworked Michigan tonight. Sticks clogging the lanes creating turnovers, blocking shots, pressuring on the forecheck, and backchecking relentlessly. They never let us get anything established at all. The scoresheet was just the exclamation point.

It's been a very disappointing weekend to be a Michigan fan, but congratulations nonetheless to 'Hawks fans. This is a team to be proud of.

For the first time in this season we finally saw miami put a full 60 min effort out there and you saw the results. Michigan is a darn good hockey club and will have a successful season. I couldn't be any more proud of Miami's effort this weekend. I think most of us had thoughts of this type of performance from this team and we were just hoping to see it.

As for the penalties, wasn't close to the record and only reason it got to where it was is because of ticky tac calls to try and not let the game get out of hand. Michigan's pride was hurt and they weren't going to let miami just walk all of them. Im just glad camper is ok and wasn't seriously hurt after that hit, it was ugly but thats hockey. Im sure it wasn't intentional and hope it was just a game misconduct and not a DQ. Michigans minutes were inflated because of the couple 10 min misconducts that were handed out.

Good luck the rest of the year guys! oh and be careful with sparty that team is for real over there!

KC8NIY
11-08-2009, 12:00 AM
For the first time in this season we finally saw miami put a full 60 min effort out there and you saw the results. Michigan is a darn good hockey club and will have a successful season. I couldn't be any more proud of Miami's effort this weekend. I think most of us had thoughts of this type of performance from this team and we were just hoping to see it.

As for the penalties, wasn't close to the record and only reason it got to where it was is because of ticky tac calls to try and not let the game get out of hand. Michigan's pride was hurt and they weren't going to let miami just walk all of them. Im just glad camper is ok and wasn't seriously hurt after that hit, it was ugly but thats hockey. Im sure it wasn't intentional and hope it was just a game misconduct and not a DQ. Michigans minutes were inflated because of the couple 10 min misconducts that were handed out.

Good luck the rest of the year guys! oh and be careful with sparty that team is for real over there!

That's a good assessment. Miami put in the work, and we've seen the results.

Michigan, on the other hand, has lots to prove, mainly to themselves. If they want to be considered a darn good hockey club, they better start showing it as a team. A few individuals putting forth the effort and giving 100% should be proud of themselves, but it's not going to matter until they all feed off of it and come to do the same, every night. Red's pretty ****ed off right now, and rightfully so.

The penalty minutes were inflated exactly as you said. Michigan lost composure when the game was essentially over, and took some stupid penalties. A lot of it was reactionary to the scoreboard, and a good portion related to the chippiness Miami showed around their net all weekend. Sergott and Hill were sending everyone to the box for just about anything, if an effort to keep things under control. I can't blame them a bit.

Glad to see Camper skate off after the hit that left him on the ice. Definitely wasn't an intentional play, as it looked to me that Llewellyn caught Camper just as he was turning into the boards. Rightfully so, he got the 5 and a misconduct.

Good luck to you guys as well, although I think we need it more than you. As for Sparty... it could be a great time to play them, or a horrible one. We'll have to let the team decide that this week.