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cross cheque
01-20-2011, 01:21 PM
Wrongo, idiot. You can't even get that right. can anyone from North Dakota even count?

Minnesota has played North Dakota 282 time(s) in their history and their overall record is 140-128-14.

Right just like all Minnesota fans count the 2 club championships as NCs :rolleyes:, you're suspect.

Fighting Sioux 23
01-20-2011, 01:23 PM
Wrongo, idiot. You can't even get that right. can anyone from North Dakota even count?

Minnesota has played North Dakota 282 time(s) in their history and their overall record is 140-128-14.

:p:D:D Overall Record is 128-133-14. That's 275 total.

I find it funny that Minnesota wants to count games when their varsity squad played our coachless club team.

Happy
01-20-2011, 03:24 PM
:p:D:D Overall Record is 128-133-14. That's 275 total.

I find it funny that Minnesota wants to count games when their varsity squad played our coachless club team.

I find it even funnier that sue fans always throw out all games that they lost.

Happy
01-20-2011, 03:26 PM
Right just like all Minnesota fans count the 2 club championships as NCs :rolleyes:, you're suspect.

They were not club championships, but you are way too stupid to know that. You know, the rest of the world does have history before they built that first sod house in North Dakota in 1948, and started growing sugar beets the next year.

Fighting Sioux 23
01-20-2011, 04:23 PM
I find it even funnier that sue fans always throw out all games that they lost.

Yes, all the games. We're 128-0-14 against Minnesota. I was pleased last weekend with the Saturday sweep over Minnesota.

North Dakota did not start its hockey program until the 1946-1947 season. We don't count games before then, even if they were victories because it wasn't a varsity sport. It was a club team, made up mostly of football players who knew how to skate that didn't even have a coach.

Actually, I see your point. Our coachless club team was very much like the current Gophers squad. :p:D:D

Happy
01-20-2011, 05:45 PM
Yes, all the games. We're 128-0-14 against Minnesota. I was pleased last weekend with the Saturday sweep over Minnesota.

North Dakota did not start its hockey program until the 1946-1947 season. We don't count games before then, even if they were victories because it wasn't a varsity sport. It was a club team, made up mostly of football players who knew how to skate that didn't even have a coach.

Actually, I see your point. Our coachless club team was very much like the current Gophers squad. :p:D:D

And how is that any different than any other early hockey team? Gee, they all had no scholarships, coaches, or even buildings to play in. Bud Wilkinson, the great football player and coach, played on Minnesota's hockey team. Most schools love keeping their early history, but UND always tosses it out, because it hurts your over-all record against Minnesota.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bud_Wilkinson

Happy
01-20-2011, 05:47 PM
Yes, all the games. We're 128-0-14 against Minnesota. I was pleased last weekend with the Saturday sweep over Minnesota.

North Dakota did not start its hockey program until the 1946-1947 season. We don't count games before then, even if they were victories because it wasn't a varsity sport. It was a club team, made up mostly of football players who knew how to skate that didn't even have a coach.

Actually, I see your point. Our coachless club team was very much like the current Gophers squad. :p:D:D

and, this is really fun, at least our coach has won a National Championship, or two, something your choke of a coach will never do.

Fighting Sioux 23
01-20-2011, 06:01 PM
Most schools love keeping their early history, but UND always tosses it out, because it hurts your over-all record against Minnesota.


I love our early history as well, but unfortunately we didn't start our hockey program until 1946. The teams that played against Minnesota before then were not the University of North Dakota. That's why we don't count those games in the overall record.

What's funny, is that Minnesota only counts the wins, and throws out losses that their club team suffered against our club team. Interesting.

cross cheque
01-20-2011, 08:28 PM
and, this is really fun, at least our coach has won a National Championship, or two, something your choke of a coach will never do.

Yawn.

mngopherguy
01-20-2011, 09:59 PM
BS. There is no other possible reason for posting what you did EXCEPT to start a p*ssing match.:rolleyes:

True, but it is funny reading how defensive the Susie's get.

mngopherguy
01-20-2011, 10:11 PM
Yawn.

Yawn.

brianvf
01-20-2011, 10:41 PM
What's funny, is that Minnesota only counts the wins, and throws out losses that their club team suffered against our club team. Interesting.

Zing. So much for Happy's argument about only UND tossing out the losses.

Regardless of what the current win/loss record is, it certainly has been creeping closer and closer to even over the last few years. If this trend continues, it will only be a few seasons until UND surpasses UMN in overall record. Then I'm not sure what Happy will do with his posts. :confused: ;)

Happy
01-20-2011, 11:07 PM
Zing. So much for Happy's argument about only UND tossing out the losses.

Regardless of what the current win/loss record is, it certainly has been creeping closer and closer to even over the last few years. If this trend continues, it will only be a few seasons until UND surpasses UMN in overall record. Then I'm not sure what Happy will do with his posts. :confused: ;)

Don't worry, we are 12 games ahead of you, and as soon as we go to the BTHC, we will stop playing racist mascot teams like yours. Have fun playing the Beavers and Huskies 4 times a year.

Dirty
01-20-2011, 11:11 PM
Don't worry, we are 12 games ahead of you, and as soon as we go to the BTHC, we will stop playing racist mascot teams like yours. Have fun playing the Beavers and Huskies 4 times a year.

Have fun finishing in the bottom half of the BTHC.

brianvf
01-21-2011, 12:14 AM
Don't worry, we are 12 games ahead of you, and as soon as we go to the BTHC, we will stop playing racist mascot teams like yours. Have fun playing the Beavers and Huskies 4 times a year.

Ah, no worries. We'll still play at least one game a season even after the BTHC is formed. Not to mention that UND could overtake the overall record prior to the BTHC forming. ;)
It will be fun to have more games against the RedHawks and Irish anyway. :)

omahasioux1
01-21-2011, 12:20 AM
Don't worry, we are 12 games ahead of you, and as soon as we go to the BTHC, we will stop playing racist mascot teams like yours. Have fun playing the Beavers and Huskies 4 times a year.Racism is alive and well with you. Have fun being the Michigan Tech of the BTHC.

dxmnkd316
01-21-2011, 06:27 AM
Ah, no worries. We'll still play at least one game a season even after the BTHC is formed. Not to mention that UND could overtake the overall record prior to the BTHC forming. ;)
It will be fun to have more games against the RedHawks and Irish anyway. :)

I figure at least two games a year. Minimum. I think there will be a BIG push for four games. Especially from the younger fanbase, where the "biggest rival argument" seems to heavily shift away from Wisconsin and more towards NoDak.

Fighting Sioux 23
01-21-2011, 10:03 AM
Zing. So much for Happy's argument about only UND tossing out the losses.

Regardless of what the current win/loss record is, it certainly has been creeping closer and closer to even over the last few years. If this trend continues, it will only be a few seasons until UND surpasses UMN in overall record. Then I'm not sure what Happy will do with his posts. :confused: ;)

Yeah, I figured Happy would have no comeback for that. My main point being that Minnesota doesn't count their club team's records as a part of their Varsity, so why would it make sense that UND would count their club team's records? The fact is, when the school's varsity programs have met up, Minnesota has a 5 game advantage. That has gone back and forth throughout the long history between these two sides, and is trending towards North Dakota. Given the pace over the last five years and where each program appears to be going, I would think in th next five years that North Dakota will take over that advantage.

What's funny is I really don't care too much about the overall record, but it's the only vestige of an advantage that Gopher fans have in the rivalry with the Sioux. I would like to see that disappear. :p:D:D

Fighting Sioux 23
01-21-2011, 10:14 AM
I figure at least two games a year. Minimum. I think there will be a BIG push for four games. Especially from the younger fanbase, where the "biggest rival argument" seems to heavily shift away from Wisconsin and more towards NoDak.

While there might be a push from Minnesota for four games, it's not feasible for North Dakota so long as they are playing 28 conference games. In my opinion, and I've stated this a few times elsewhere, is that Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota should get together for a Beanpot/GLI/Showcase type tournament every year. They could rotate the 4th team between the other Minnesota schools, and host it at the X and split the proceeds 4 ways. It would most likely sell out, and it would keep the rivalry (along with UND/Wisco) together. In addition, the schools could have a home/home series (split over 2 seperate weekends) or rotate a series each year between the two schools.

I think both schools want to keep the rivalry, but North Dakota isn't going to travel down to Minnesota every year, and they most likely won't be able to play 4 games/year. This idea allows for the schools to play 2-3 times per year with each school getting a home game every year or a home series every other year. It also is a way for Wisconsin to keep some of its rivalry w/North Dakota.

dxmnkd316
01-21-2011, 07:38 PM
While there might be a push from Minnesota for four games, it's not feasible for North Dakota so long as they are playing 28 conference games. In my opinion, and I've stated this a few times elsewhere, is that Minnesota, Wisconsin and North Dakota should get together for a Beanpot/GLI/Showcase type tournament every year. They could rotate the 4th team between the other Minnesota schools, and host it at the X and split the proceeds 4 ways. It would most likely sell out, and it would keep the rivalry (along with UND/Wisco) together. In addition, the schools could have a home/home series (split over 2 seperate weekends) or rotate a series each year between the two schools.

I think both schools want to keep the rivalry, but North Dakota isn't going to travel down to Minnesota every year, and they most likely won't be able to play 4 games/year. This idea allows for the schools to play 2-3 times per year with each school getting a home game every year or a home series every other year. It also is a way for Wisconsin to keep some of its rivalry w/North Dakota.

You don't think the WCHA is going to restructure their conference/nonconference schedule? Especially when you have two teams dropping out? I mean hell, that's why that stupid fat bastard in wisconsin wants out of the WCHA. Or at least that's the only rational explanation I can surmise.