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Red Cloud
03-16-2010, 10:42 PM
If you've got 'em, post 'em. Thatisall.

Red Cloud
03-16-2010, 10:43 PM
As far as we know for RPI's non-conference schedule, there's at least one game at Colorado College, a game at Northeastern, a home game against BU, a pair of games at Alabama-Huntsville (who will also be in the RPI Tournament after Thanksgiving), and a non-conference game against Union, possibly in Lake Placid.

Rolevio
03-16-2010, 10:46 PM
and a non-conference game against Union, possibly in Lake Placid.

Not sure how the draw for that will be considering the Glen Falls games earlier this decade didn't draw that well but great idea.

LTsatch
03-16-2010, 11:31 PM
Not a schedule but a peek into the next season of New Haven, CT area teams Yale University and Quinnipiac University as reported by the New Haven Register.

By Chip Malafronte, Register Staff

A trip to Colorado Springs, Colo., a visit from a Northern nemesis and a potential game at the Arena at Harbor Yard highlight Yale’s non-conference schedule next season.

At Quinnipiac, seven of the Bobcats 12 non-conference games are against potential top 20 foes, with two major conference opponents to make their first visits to Hamden.

Here’s a look at what’s in store (all dates and times subject to change).



The Bulldogs open the regular season by playing host to the Ivy League shootout, a four-team tournament with Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton. Yale plays Brown at 7 p.m. on Oct. 29, then either Dartmouth or Princeton the next night, also at 7.

It’s then off to Colorado Springs Nov. 12-13 to play at Air Force and perennial WCHA power Colorado College.

The Bulldogs will play Sacred Heart, led by former Yale associate head coach C.J. Marottolo, for the second straight season on Nov. 23. Officials from both schools are working to arrange to play the game at the Arena at Harbor Yard in Bridgeport. If unable to secure the building, it will be played at Ingalls Rink.

On Dec. 8, Vermont will come to Ingalls for the first time since leaving ECAC Hockey in 2005. The Catamounts defeated Yale in the NCAA East Regional last season, and eked out a 1-0 victory in Burlington, Vt. on a controversial goal in November. The final non-conference game is against Holy Cross on Jan. 2 at 4 p.m. in New Haven.

Quinnipiac did not make dates available, but will play host to two-game sets against “Big Four” conference opponents Ohio State and Nebraska-Omaha at the TD Bank Sports Center. The Bobcats swept Ohio State in Columbus, Ohio in October. Nebraska-Omaha, coached by Dean Blais, a two-time national championship winner while at the helm of North Dakota, is set to join the Western Collegiate Hockey Association next year.

Other home games are against Bentley and Holy Cross.

Quinnipiac travels to WCHA power St. Cloud State for two games and will play single road games at Massachusetts and Providence. There’s also a two-game series at Canisius.

Also, Yale and Fairfield University have submitted a bid to play host to the NCAA Regionals in 2012 at Harbor Yard, and plan to continue doing so for future NCAA tournament bidding cycles. Official word on approval is expected by September. The two schools teamed up to sellout Harbor Yard last winter, and will complete a two-year contract for the regionals in 2011.

hockeyenthusiast
03-16-2010, 11:34 PM
I know Colgate will be opening its season on October 9 against Army in Cape Cod. According to the Lake State thread, they have 2 games scheduled there sometime in October. There will also be a trip to Robert Morris in the mix somewhere for 2 games and a tournament. So that's 7 OOC games. I'm hoping at least 4 of the remaining 5 will be at home, although I have no idea who they'd be against. My guesses would be Niagara, RIT, or someone close like that.

As far as the ECAC, it's been posted that Colgate begins conference play with the North Country trip and ends @ Brown/Yale.

If anyone has any news on if whether Colgate might be playing one of your teams next year, please post it too.

irishfan85
03-16-2010, 11:36 PM
I know Colgate will be opening its season on October 9 against Army in Cape Cod. According to the Lake State thread, they have 2 games scheduled there sometime in October. There will also be a trip to Robert Morris in the mix somewhere for 2 games and a tournament. So that's 7 OOC games. I'm hoping at least 4 of the remaining 5 will be at home, although I have no idea who they'd be against. My guesses would be Niagara, RIT, or someone close like that.

As far as the ECAC, it's been posted that Colgate begins conference play with the North Country trip and ends @ Brown/Yale.

If anyone has any news on if whether Colgate might be playing one of your teams next year, please post it too.

Where in the world are they playing on the Cape?

Red Cloud
03-16-2010, 11:39 PM
Not sure how the draw for that will be considering the Glen Falls games earlier this decade didn't draw that well but great idea.

It's supposed to be part of a doubleheader with Clarkson and SLU, from what I've heard, as a substitute for the Governor's Cup.

hockeyplayer1015
03-16-2010, 11:48 PM
It's been rumored that SLU will head to Michigan atleast twice next season, for a pair in Houghton at perennial WCHA powerhouse Michigan Tech possibly in January;) and also against Ferris State. I would assume Vermont will be on the schedule again, as they have matched up for a single the past few years. There is also the possible Lake Placid Rivalry weekend against Clarkson. Outside of these games, there hasn't been much leaked for games including SLU, and they will likely not release the schedule until atleast their banquet in late April/early May.

LTsatch
03-17-2010, 12:30 AM
Where in the world are they playing on the Cape?

Oct 15, 2009

Colgate to Host Cape Cod Classic

HAMILTON, N.Y. – Colgate and Army will meet in the inaugural Cape Cod Collegiate Hockey Classic on Columbus Day weekend 2010 in Hyannis, Mass., it was recently announced.

The Raiders and the Black Knights will square off at the Hyannis Youth and Community Center, Saturday, October 9. While opening face-off will be determined at a later date, tickets will be $12 for adults and $8 for kids under 12. Colgate will serve as the home team.

“The youth hockey program on ‘The Cape’ is growing quickly and this is a great opportunity to expose collegiate NCAA Division I hockey to Hyannis, Barnstable and the surrounding areas,” said Colgate head coach Don Vaughan. “Colgate has a solid alumni base in the area as well and this will give them an opportunity to come out and see what should be a great event.”

The game will be the focal point of a weekend of events that includes various alumni-related activities in the surrounding area.

Colgate and the Black Knights renew their rivalry on October 30, 2009 at Starr Rink. It will be the 57th meeting between the two programs, the first since first the 2006-07 campaign.

hockeyenthusiast
03-17-2010, 12:40 AM
Video of the place: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3v7aHIAsiM0&feature=fvsr

Bullmoose
03-17-2010, 01:06 AM
The Bulldogs open the regular season by playing host to the Ivy League shootout, a four-team tournament with Brown, Dartmouth and Princeton. Yale plays Brown at 7 p.m. on Oct. 29, then either Dartmouth or Princeton the next night, also at 7.


Argh, why are we (the Ivies) wasting two non-conference dates on an internal tourney. Schedule some true OOC opponents... playing non-conference games against conference foes is just dumb.

FlagDUDE08
03-17-2010, 07:39 AM
Did I read correctly that RPI will play at West Point this year against the old travel partner?

Ralph Baer
03-17-2010, 07:44 AM
As far as we know for RPI's non-conference schedule, there's at least one game at Colorado College, a game at Northeastern, a home game against BU, a pair of games at Alabama-Huntsville (who will also be in the RPI Tournament after Thanksgiving), and a non-conference game against Union, possibly in Lake Placid.


Did I read correctly that RPI will play at West Point this year against the old travel partner? We're playing Vermont at West Point? :eek: ;)

I have compiled from multiple sources

2 @ CC
Bentley @ Home
RPI tourney (UAH, UConn, BGSU)
2 @ UAH
one game @ Lake Placid, probably vs. Union (CCT and SLU will also be there)
@ NU
BU @ Home
@ Army

One more game unknown

redhead18
03-17-2010, 07:48 AM
We're playing Vermont at West Point? :eek: ;)

I have compiled from multiple sources

2 @ CC
Bentley @ Home
RPI tourney (UAH, UConn, BGSU)
2 @ UAH
one game @ Lake Placid, probably vs. Union (CCT and SLU will also be there)
@ NU
BU @ Home
@ Army

One more game unknown
I think its a home game against RIT.

RPI will play a game at RIT for the 2011-12 season.

Got 6, Want More
03-17-2010, 08:02 AM
I don't have all the details. I will get them this weekend I am sure. I have the composite ECAC schedule for league games. If anyone has any questions on that let me know...I am not typing it in here! I do know that SLU has several weekends both home and on the road where the Men and Women are both playing at the same places. I like that as it gives fans like me a chance to catch up with both programs! And I do know that SLU has:

2 in Houghton in October against MTU
2 at Ferris State (I believe)
UNH (away I think)
Vermont (home I think)
at least one NC game against Clarkson

Five more somewhere. Presumably RIT, Niagara and maybe some reciprocation with Sacred Heart for the 2 they played in Canton this year.

owslachief
03-17-2010, 08:10 AM
Michigan State's schedule will include
- as best as I can surmise from the new CCHA alignment and current clustering

1st or 2nd weekend home pair against Maine
A 2-game tournament invitation in October
GLI (home team)
4 games vs. Notre Dame, Michigan and Bowling Green
2 games vs. Ohio State (away), Lake Superior (away), Ferris State (?), Miami (home), Alaska (home), Northern (home) and Western Michigan (?)

I'm thinking we'll have a 3rd non-conference pair of games to fill the void left by the demise of our version of the College Hockey Showcase.

Does anyone remember who was invited to this year's GLI?

WildShawn
03-17-2010, 08:24 AM
I don't know specifics, just heard around the rink, but I believe UNH is going to Miami for 2, and to Cornell (not sure if its for 2 or just 1 like Cornell's trip out this season). They'll certainly have Dartmouth in Manchester. Not sure who they'll be hosting next year, hopefully a good WCHA opponent..

mainetwentytwelve
03-17-2010, 08:45 AM
I believe Maine, as owls said, will be going to Michigan St. for 2. I also heard that we are hosting North Dakota for 2. The Florida College Classic (which is hosted by both us and cornell) will have Miami and i think St. Cloud. Thats all i've heard so far.

Alton
03-17-2010, 09:16 AM
Michigan State's schedule will include
- as best as I can surmise from the new CCHA alignment and current clustering

That can't work. An odd number of teams (11) can't each have an odd number of cluster-mates (3).

I don't have any idea what kind of schedule we are going to see in the CCHA. The possibilities...
2 games each (20 total)
2 games each against 8 teams, 4 against the other 2 teams (24 total)
2 games each against 6 teams, 4 against the other 4 teams (28 total)
2 games each, plus 1 more against 2, 4, 6, or 8 others (22, 24, 26, or 28 total)
3 games each (30 total)

I am just guessing, but I figure that a 24, 26 or 28-game schedule is most likely.

scullyer
03-17-2010, 09:53 AM
Does anyone remember who was invited to this year's GLI?

Boston U.