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Collegeman
01-13-2011, 07:42 AM
Happy New Year all
I was gone for work for along time and come back to alot of changes but seeing the Falcons goalie reminds me....What happened to this team? They now are at the bottom of the standings and can`t seem to score any goals or come from behind like last year. I think they only lost the capt/top scorer and have a young team still that challenged for the cup last season

altazo
01-13-2011, 08:23 AM
http://socialmatt.smugmug.com/School/UW-Stout/hasek/1155452432_RZ8pH-M.jpg

Dominik Hasek is alive and well in the NCHA

Warwick goaltender helmets are hands down some of the best made...

http://www.warwickmaskcompany.com/shop/

That model looks like a skaters lid, like Hasek's did, but is actually quite different.

pete99race
01-13-2011, 03:57 PM
Any weekend projections?
My take:
SNC sweeps Eau Claire at the CCC. Both will be tight, low scoring games.
Superior and Stout Split.
As does CSS and River.
End Result: We take a two game cushion into our two game series @ Superior next weekend.

Wormser-PointRC
01-14-2011, 12:14 PM
The SNC/UWEC matchup should be interesting. I could see UWEC maybe tieing one of them?
The other two series are impossible to predict, I wouldn't be surprised by anything there.
I'm glad Point is off, they can't lose that way. ;)

Toe Blake's Brother
01-14-2011, 04:58 PM
The SNC/UWEC matchup should be interesting. I could see UWEC maybe tieing one of them?
The other two series are impossible to predict, I wouldn't be surprised by anything there.
I'm glad Point is off, they can't lose that way. ;)

Wormser:

I agree that the SNC-UWEC matchup will be interesting although I believe that UWEC will see something different this year vs. recent years past and that is a SNC team that is much larger, more physical, fast and highly skilled. I believe that past years, SNC was highly skilled and fast, but were not large or as physical as the NCHA demands. I am predicting 2 SNC wins at the CCC but of course, could be completely wrong.

bladesofsteel
01-15-2011, 11:17 AM
Happy New Year all
I was gone for work for along time and come back to alot of changes but seeing the Falcons goalie reminds me....What happened to this team? They now are at the bottom of the standings and can`t seem to score any goals or come from behind like last year. I think they only lost the capt/top scorer and have a young team still that challenged for the cup last season

The tough part is i have watched every UWRF game and they been outplaying there opponents but not getting the Wins to show for it. Seen there coach freemen in a interview this week saying the same thing. There making plays but the pucks not dropping. Last night they had st scho on the ropes but a couple mistakes buy there D and goaltender late in the game and next thing you know thery lose by a goal. There a talented hockey team that reminds me of point just cant get it to go there way right now at all. losing is one thing but losing when you outplay your opponent is another.

Josh calleja nice highlight real move with his 4th shorthanded goal of the year to tie it last night.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtube_gdata_player&v=O43uAFDRq0k

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XXCRuZfAKog

GB Puck Fan
01-16-2011, 09:58 AM
This is a bit selfish, I suppose - and I am already ready to duck - but...

The conference playoff trophy is named - appropriately - for Bob Peters

With 11 regular season titles and now with Tim Coghlin ready to pass Peters for most wins while at the helm of an NCHA team - should the NCHA create a regular season title trophy and name it for Coghlin?

The USHL has the Anderson Cup for regular season title and the WCHA has the MacNaughton Cup. And so on. I think Coghlin Cup has a nice ring to it.

(Oh, and I'm guessing Tim would want no part of it...)

pete99race
01-16-2011, 10:14 AM
This is a bit selfish, I suppose - and I am already ready to duck - but...

The conference playoff trophy is named - appropriately - for Bob Peters

With 11 regular season titles and now with Tim Coghlin ready to pass Peters for most wins while at the helm of an NCHA team - should the NCHA create a regular season title trophy and name it for Coghlin?

The USHL has the Anderson Cup for regular season title and the WCHA has the MacNaughton Cup. And so on. I think Coghlin Cup has a nice ring to it.

(Oh, and I'm guessing Tim would want no part of it...)
I would be in favor of this, once he retires (which hopefully is many years from now).

MW4Bucky&SNC
01-16-2011, 11:38 AM
Brian, I like your idea for a Coghlin Cup, but I'd agree with Pete on the timing that it has to be after he retires...hopefully about 20 years and god knows how many more banners from now.

Wormser-PointRC
01-23-2011, 08:38 AM
OK, seriously, every game played in college hockey(mens, womens, D1, D3) from last night(1/22) has their boxscore up on collegehockeystats at this time(8:30am central), except for Point/River Falls. This has happened numerous times this season, how some teams can get it up in 15 minutes, while others take hours I have no idea?

Some people appreciate a SID who does their job. But hey, at least I know how the Plymouth State/Nichols (http://collegehockeystats.net/1011/boxes/wnicply1.j22) womens game went down.

pete99race
01-23-2011, 10:17 AM
Looks like the Pointers and Falcons had a pretty brutal series with a total of 37 penalties between them!!

BetterInLakePlacid
01-23-2011, 01:04 PM
Looks like the Pointers and Falcons had a pretty brutal series with a total of 37 penalties between them!!

I was at both games. Both teams were very chippy. The funny part of it was there should have been more penalties the first game as it was dirtier than the second. The refs let them play a bit too much and lost control of the first. They seemed intent on making up for it the second game.

I wish there was a video of Suter's short handed goal. It was amazing.

StoutHockeyFan44
01-25-2011, 01:15 PM
Any one know if Wessman's cooling system is fixed, or if the games scheduled there will be moved to another rink for this weekend? I am hoping to find out before I travel up there for Stout's 2 games this weekend.

walktheline
01-25-2011, 07:55 PM
Any one know if Wessman's cooling system is fixed, or if the games scheduled there will be moved to another rink for this weekend? I am hoping to find out before I travel up there for Stout's 2 games this weekend.


Wessman is good to go.

FALCONSANNOUNCER
01-28-2011, 01:47 PM
Conference gets a bit more unclear after an interesting weekend of hockey

snc1
01-30-2011, 08:41 PM
Went to the UWEC v. SNC game last night as was impressed again by the play of the blugolds. They have a good thing going on over there. All three games against the Knights have been good ones. They could make some noise in the postseason this year.
Not to get to far out in front of it but, you gotta think that they will be right there next year. I dont know anything about Coach Loen and his staff but if they coach em up over the next nine months they could be a juggernaut. They only lose two skaters after this year.
If SNC is the perrenial preseason #1 in the NCHA I gotta believe UWEC is 1a next year.

FALCONSANNOUNCER
01-31-2011, 12:43 AM
SNC has a magic # of 4 to win regular season title.
Sup has a magic # of 3 to host the first round.
After that the other two home series in the first round are still up for grabs.
The only definite things are SNC can finish no worst then 2nd and CSS can finish no higher then 3rd.

SNC SID
01-31-2011, 12:52 PM
SNC has a magic # of 4 to win regular season title.
Sup has a magic # of 3 to host the first round.
After that the other two home series in the first round are still up for grabs.
The only definite things are SNC can finish no worst then 2nd and CSS can finish no higher then 3rd.

By my calculations St. Norbert has a magic number of two. If SNC wins Friday it will be up seven points on UWS with six left to play.

FALCONSANNOUNCER
01-31-2011, 01:15 PM
By my calculations St. Norbert has a magic number of two. If SNC wins Friday it will be up seven points on UWS with six left to play.

This is how I calculated.

Superior can get a maximum 26 points +1 just like standard standings -mins SNC Points (23)=4

Max Pts (26) +1 = 27 - SNC (23) = 4

You are right that if St. Norbert wins Friday they clinch, because of the fact that St. Norbert gains 2 points for the wing lowering their magic number to 2. A win for SNC Friday would mean that Superior failed to gain two points lowering the magic number to zero. That game is worth 4 for St. Norbert if they win, 2 if they tie.

GKP Radio
01-31-2011, 01:27 PM
I agree with Dan, a win by SNC cements the #1 seed.