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joecct
01-03-2011, 07:22 PM
Well, nobody updated the tournament thread, so here we go....

End 2
Salem 4
Colby 4

Shots 32-16 Colby

PrezdeJohnson09
01-03-2011, 07:23 PM
Canada:2
USA:0

End of 1 in Buffalo :(

joecct
01-03-2011, 07:24 PM
In the McCabe tournament, both games ended in 2-2 ties. Don't know who won the shootouts.

MCullen
01-03-2011, 07:37 PM
In the McCabe tournament, both games ended in 2-2 ties. Don't know who won the shootouts.

It doesn't appear that the consolation game between Wesleyan and Connecticut College featured a shootout. (Wesleyan recap (http://www.wesleyan.edu/athletics/news/2011/01/mihmccabetourn010311.html), Conn. College recap (http://www.conncoll.edu/news/6702.cfm?var1=mhockey))

In the championship game between Trinity and Amherst, they put 15 minutes on the clock after the five minute overtime ended, and played on. Amherst scored sometime during this session to win the tournament. (Amherst recap (https://www.amherst.edu/athletics/teams/winter/icehockey-m/articles/10-11/103_trinity))

PrezdeJohnson09
01-03-2011, 07:40 PM
It doesn't appear that the consolation game between Wesleyan and Connecticut College featured a shootout. (Wesleyan recap (http://www.wesleyan.edu/athletics/news/2011/01/mihmccabetourn010311.html), Conn. College recap (http://www.conncoll.edu/news/6702.cfm?var1=mhockey))

In the championship game between Trinity and Amherst, they put 15 minutes on the clock after the five minute overtime ended, and played on. Amherst scored sometime during this session to win the tournament. (Amherst recap (https://www.amherst.edu/athletics/teams/winter/icehockey-m/articles/10-11/103_trinity))

Weird tournament.

joecct
01-03-2011, 07:54 PM
The cell phone network reports that Salem took a 5-4 lead with 12 mins or so left.

joecct
01-03-2011, 07:56 PM
It doesn't appear that the consolation game between Wesleyan and Connecticut College featured a shootout. (Wesleyan recap (http://www.wesleyan.edu/athletics/news/2011/01/mihmccabetourn010311.html), Conn. College recap (http://www.conncoll.edu/news/6702.cfm?var1=mhockey))

In the championship game between Trinity and Amherst, they put 15 minutes on the clock after the five minute overtime ended, and played on. Amherst scored sometime during this session to win the tournament. (Amherst recap (https://www.amherst.edu/athletics/teams/winter/icehockey-m/articles/10-11/103_trinity))Somebody is going to get a nasty gram from the NCAA. That is a no-no. It is either 20 min OT's until somebody scores or 5 min + shootout.

joecct
01-03-2011, 08:08 PM
It's a final
Salem St. 5
Colby 4

SOG's 41-24 Mules.

NUProf
01-03-2011, 11:53 PM
It doesn't appear that the consolation game between Wesleyan and Connecticut College featured a shootout. (Wesleyan recap (http://www.wesleyan.edu/athletics/news/2011/01/mihmccabetourn010311.html), Conn. College recap (http://www.conncoll.edu/news/6702.cfm?var1=mhockey))

In the championship game between Trinity and Amherst, they put 15 minutes on the clock after the five minute overtime ended, and played on. Amherst scored sometime during this session to win the tournament. (Amherst recap (https://www.amherst.edu/athletics/teams/winter/icehockey-m/articles/10-11/103_trinity))

That is not an NCAA-approved procedure :eek:

jerrynu26
01-04-2011, 06:51 AM
That is not an NCAA-approved procedure :eek:

It isn't an approved procedure for a league, conference, or national playoff game. But for an in season tournament, IIRC the only thing the NCAA cares is that a 5 minute ot occurred, the result of which is the offical NCAA record.

norm1909
01-04-2011, 07:38 AM
That is not an NCAA-approved procedure :eek:

2010-12 NCAA MEN’S AND WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY RULES AND INTERPRETATIONS (http://achahockey.org/files/2010_2012_ncaa_ice_hockey_rulebook.pdf)


Tournament Competition/Shootout Procedures

SECTION 57. a. Where advancement in a bracket or the determination of
a tournament champion is necessary, any series in a format (e.g., single
game, minigame series) that results in a tie shall be broken by 20-minute,
sudden-death overtime periods (Exception: See 6-57-b). The ice shall be
resurfaced upon completion of regulation play. The teams shall change
ends (except as indicated in Rule 6-52-b). Third-place games may follow
the overtime procedures as described in Rule 6-55.
Note: A tied game in a minigame series must use a five-minute overtime
period. If the series is tied after the second game, a 20-minute minigame will
be played after an intermission period (12 or 15 minutes). See Appendix A for
complete procedures.
b. Any game that results in a tie may be broken by use of a shootout under
the following conditions:
1. Teams play a standard five-minute overtime.
2. If game remains tied after the five-minute overtime, it shall officially
be recorded as a tie.
3. Teams participating in a tournament must be notified not later than
October 1 of the upcoming season that the shootout option will be
used.
4. By conference policy or mutual consent of the participating teams, a
shootout may be used in any tie game after the five-minute overtime
period.

Appendix A
Minigame Format
This protocol is only to be used as in NCAA rule 6-56-a.
For a playoff or championship series where a two-game series is used, a
minigame may be used to break the tie and determine the advancing team.
Each game in the series shall include three 20-minute periods and a fiveminute
overtime period in accordance with NCAA Men’s and Women’s Ice
Hockey Rules.
If the two-game series is split or if both games end in a tie, a 20-minute
minigame may be played immediately after the second game. At the end of
the second game there shall be a 15-minute intermission, both teams shall
proceed to their locker rooms and the ice shall be resurfaced. Ten minutes
before the start of the minigame, a list of names and numbers of all eligible
players and goalkeepers, including starting lineups, shall be submitted, first
by the visiting coach and then by the home coach, to the official scorer or
referee. The announcer will introduce the starting lineups and the teams
shall not change ends (except as provided for in the NCAA rules book).
The 20-minute minigame is to be treated as another game with the
exception that it is not counted statistically or in a team’s overall won-loss
record. All NCAA playing rules will be followed in the minigame. Each
team shall be awarded one timeout for the minigame.
If the score remains tied after the minigame, the tie will be broken by
20-minute, sudden-death periods (see 6-56). There will be no additions to a
team’s roster during overtime periods.
If a player receives a game disqualification penalty during the first game
of a two-game, minigame series, that player is ineligible to participate in the
remainder of that game and the second game of the series. If a minigame is
necessary, that player shall be eligible to participate in the minigame.
If a player receives a game disqualification in the first game of a twogame,
minigame series and had received a disqualification previously, the
NCAA progressive game-disqualification structure will be followed. That
player is ineligible to participate in the remainder of that game, plus the
second game and minigame, including any overtime periods associated
HR-100 Appendix A
with the minigame. If a player is ineligible to participate in the minigame
and the overtime periods associated with the minigame, the minigame and
overtimes will count as a game for progressive disqualification structure
purposes.

Appendix B
NCAA Ice Hockey Shootout Protocol
This protocol is only to be used in accordance with rule 6-56-b.
1. At the end of the five-minute overtime period, one referee will instruct
the timekeeper to put two minutes on the clock and immediately start the
clock.
2. The other referee will request a list of three shooters from each coach.
3. The referees will meet at center ice with the captains to explain the
protocol during the two-minute period.
4. The goalkeepers remain in the same ends as the overtime period.
5. It is recommended that the ice surface be dry scraped in the middle of
the ice through both creases.
6. The home team has the option of shooting first or defending first. If
Team A’s first two players score, while none of Team B’s players score,
the shootout is over and Team A wins the shootout.
7. If the shootout remains tied at the end of this round, each coach will
select a different shooter, this time in a sudden-death situation. The first
three shooters are ineligible until all other bench players have attempted
a shot, if necessary. Each team has an equal number of chances to shoot
before a winner is declared.
Notes
• Players serving penalty time shall not be eligible for the shootout and
shall remain in the penalty box during the shootout.
• If a goalkeeper is injured in the shootout, the goalkeeper may be
immediately replaced by a goalkeeper off the bench. The injured
goalkeeper may not re-enter the shootout.
• All players not actively participating in the shootout must remain on
their bench.
• Goalkeepers may be substituted, but no warm-up time will be allowed.
• If video replay is available, it may be used to confirm shootout goals.
• All rules governing a penalty shot (Rule 4-6) shall be in effect.

joecct
01-04-2011, 04:31 PM
Only one non - D-III game on tap tonight, but that has a distinctive non D-I flavor as D-II Minnesota Duluth visits D-III Clarkson. But enough of that claptrap. We have a lot of D-III games on the ledger, highlighted by that annual cross Lake Champlain clash with Norwich heading west this year to take on Plattsburgh. Game time 7:00 PM (1900 hrs, 0000Z).

Other games:
Franklin Pierce at Saint Anselm 7:00 pm
Hobart at Brockport 7:00 pm
Norwich at Plattsburgh 7:00 pm WDEV, WIRY, TV?
Skidmore at Oswego 7:00 pm WTOP?, WNYO
Southern Maine at Middlebury 7:00 pm
Wentworth at Bowdoin 7:00 pm
Finlandia at Augsburg 7:05 pm CT
Assumption at Westfield State 7:35 pm
Fitchburg State at Becker 8:30 pm

Any other broadcasting links appreciated.

MCullen
01-04-2011, 05:04 PM
Only one non - D-III game on tap tonight, but that has a distinctive non D-I flavor as D-II Minnesota Duluth visits D-III Clarkson. But enough of that claptrap. We have a lot of D-III games on the ledger, highlighted by that annual cross Lake Champlain clash with Norwich heading west this year to take on Plattsburgh. Game time 7:00 PM (1900 hrs, 0000Z).
...

Any other broadcasting links appreciated.

Here are the games from today through Thursday (all games are non-conference, links may be missing, etc.)

Tuesday, January 4

Franklin Pierce at Saint Anselm 7:00 pm (Live Stats (http://livestats.prestosports.com/saintanselm/))
Hobart at Brockport 7:00 pm No Free Coverage
Norwich at Plattsburgh 7:00 pm (Away Audio (http://www.wdevradio.com/index-home.asp), Home Audio (http://www.wiry.com/), Live Stats (http://www.sidearmstats.com/plattsburgh/mhockey/index.htm))
Skidmore at Oswego 7:00 pm (Audio (http://wnyosports.com/), Live Stats (http://www.sidearmstats.com/oswego/mhockey/index.htm))
Southern Maine at Middlebury 7:00 pm (Audio (http://boombox.middlebury.edu:8000/WRMCSports.m3u))
Wentworth at Bowdoin 7:00 pm (Live Stats (http://livestats.prestosports.com/bowdoin/), Video (http://athletics.bowdoin.edu/webcast))
Finlandia at Augsburg 7:05 pm CT (Live Stats (http://client.stretchinternet.com/client/augsburg.portal#))
Assumption at Westfield State 7:35 pm (Video (http://owls.nmtvsports.com/))
Fitchburg State at Becker 8:30 pm (Live Stats (http://livestats.prestosports.com/becker/))

Wednesday, January 5

New England College at Salem State 7:00 pm (Video (http://vikings.nmtvsports.com/))

Thursday, January 6

Worcester State at Becker 12:50 pm (Live Stats (http://livestats.prestosports.com/becker/))
Fitchburg State at Assumption 7:35 pm No Free Coverage

Also, seems like Becker can't secure good ice times at the New England Sports Center. 8:30 pm ET on Tuesday and 12:50 pm ET on Thursday? Sounds pretty silly to start games at those times.

joecct
01-05-2011, 06:27 PM
One game on tap and the internet video does not work -- no problem the cell phone network reports..

End 2
NEC 2
Salem 2

NEC on the PP to start the 3rd.

Salem gets 3 in the 3rd
SHG, Even, PPG to win 5-2