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80Miracle
01-16-2011, 09:42 PM
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walrus
01-16-2011, 09:44 PM
Nah they play dirty against Maine also:D

Dirty
01-16-2011, 09:45 PM
I've been watching North Dakota Sioux hockey for over 30 years. I have a question? Does your team just play dirty against Minnesota? I watched both games this weekend and they committed a penalty every two to three minutes. Do the WCHA officials just ignore the chippiness by North Dakota because the Sioux would be short-handed the whole game? It was almost comical to watch Sioux players slash/hold/crosscheck after the whistle then throw their hands up in the air like they didnt do anything?

If you've been watching Sioux hockey for 30 years, why are you asking this question? Shouldn't you know the answer?

Since you asked, the Sioux goon it up against everyone. It's fun.

sfo19
01-16-2011, 10:11 PM
I've been watching North Dakota Sioux hockey for over 30 years. I have a question? Does your team just play dirty against Minnesota? I watched both games this weekend and they committed a penalty every two to three minutes. Do the WCHA officials just ignore the chippiness by North Dakota because the Sioux would be short-handed the whole game? It was almost comical to watch Sioux players slash/hold/crosscheck after the whistle then throw their hands up in the air like they didnt do anything?

So, it's clear you're not a Sioux fan, yet you've been watching the team for over 30 years? And how often would you be watching them? Let me guess...you're a Minnesota fan?

jdr1
01-16-2011, 10:31 PM
Best question in a thread ever?!! Gotta love this!! SIOUX YA YA!!

The Rube
01-16-2011, 11:28 PM
Even I'm amazed at the stupidity and ignorance of this question. Wow.

sbkbghockey
01-17-2011, 02:25 AM
So, it's clear you're not a Sioux fan, yet you've been watching the team for over 30 years? And how often would you be watching them? Let me guess...you're a Minnesota fan?

Sounds like it.

About this weekend it was a big rivalry series, there was chippiness from both sides, and who doesn't like all those scrums! The refs were pretty fair I think, they called the game pretty even (lots of penalties from both teams) but they also let a bunch of minor things go and let the two teams play.

siouxinminny
01-17-2011, 06:28 AM
20 posts in 5 years of membership and a very negative reputation. hmmmmm ......

I've watched college hockey - not just the UND Fighting Sioux - for well over 40 years. I've noticed that all teams have petty skirmishes after whistles. I've noticed that all teams have certain players who are hotheads and are prone to stupid penalties. I've noticed that the advent of face cages brought violent hits to the head. I've noticed that rule changes are reducing checks from behind, boarding, spearing and butt-ending. And finally, I've noticed that the only louder whiner than a Gopher player is a Gopher fan.

siouxinminny
01-17-2011, 06:30 AM
www.suhaki.com

http://www.youtube.com/user/SaveOurSuhaki

gordwiser
01-17-2011, 08:00 AM
I've been watching North Dakota Sioux hockey for over 30 years. I have a question? Does your team just play dirty against Minnesota? I watched both games this weekend and they committed a penalty every two to three minutes. Do the WCHA officials just ignore the chippiness by North Dakota because the Sioux would be short-handed the whole game? It was almost comical to watch Sioux players slash/hold/crosscheck after the whistle then throw their hands up in the air like they didnt do anything?

Hahaha, yes! They are dirty. As soon as each player commits to UND he immediately becomes a habitual cheater and hack....every single one. Have you not read the WCHA bylaws and reffing handbook? It's a conspiricy by the league to let this continue unabated so that the Sioux can hack and cheat their way to victory. This was evidenced over the weekend when UND and MN had the exact same number of penalties and minutes even though UND was clearly cheating the whole time.

bik4u62
01-17-2011, 01:31 PM
Eye of the beholder, me says. This Sioux fan noticed how often Gopher players threw late checks & elbows. I had read they intended to play ND more physically. When I saw Wehrs sit on the ice and beg for a call, I knew MN hadn't considered that there might be a response.

willythekid
01-17-2011, 03:17 PM
what a nice thread... too bad 80Miracle guy has already crawled back into his rodent hole from whence he came. I was really looking forward to some more of his thoughtful insight.

SoCalSiouxFan
01-17-2011, 05:10 PM
Hahaha, yes! They are dirty. As soon as each player commits to UND he immediately becomes a habitual cheater and hack....every single one. Have you not read the WCHA bylaws and reffing handbook? It's a conspiricy by the league to let this continue unabated so that the Sioux can hack and cheat their way to victory. This was evidenced over the weekend when UND and MN had the exact same number of penalties and minutes even though UND was clearly cheating the whole time.

Also this is mens hockey so each and every player that comes to UND learns to become a man. Not sure if the same can be said for UM, I think UM players have to learn how to be a man after college.

burd
01-17-2011, 05:51 PM
Yeah, I've wondered about this question too. I've been a hockey fan for so long I remember when you just hit people in the face when you had the balls to do it (no facemasks or mouthguards to get in the way) and then just had to face your friends and teammates if you got a beatdown. I don't know when it go so pussified, to be honest. Good question.

bik4u62
01-17-2011, 05:52 PM
...each and every player that comes to UND learns to become a man.

Hakstol tells his players to 'Shut Up!' (except maybe Brett). If they have any complaints, tell the coach, the captain, or nobody. Lucia has had many successful years. But I would love to know what message his players get about complaining.

80Miracle
01-17-2011, 06:12 PM
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Dirty
01-17-2011, 06:34 PM
I'm not going to get in a p*ssing match with the Sioux defenders. I was just asking if their always chippy? Or just against the Gophers? I have watched them for thirty years (always against Gophers) and their ALWAYS chippy.

So you're asking the same question again. Here's a tip so you won't have to ask it a third time, read the responses. Though since you probably won't read this, you'll likely have to ask the question a third, forth, fifth and sixth time.

Runninwiththedogs
01-17-2011, 06:43 PM
I thought the question was rhetorical.

They are always chippy.

End of story.

The Rube
01-17-2011, 06:46 PM
I thought the question was rhetorical.

They are always chippy.

End of story.

The original question was if UND played dirty. To me, that's different than playing chippy. This guy doesn't even know what he's asking.

dxmnkd316
01-17-2011, 06:51 PM
*sigh*