Ralph Baer

03-18-2011, 04:21 PM

So we route for Miami, Michigan, Merrimack, and Colorado College. That's 3200 in roman numerals. :)

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Ralph Baer

03-18-2011, 04:21 PM

So we route for Miami, Michigan, Merrimack, and Colorado College. That's 3200 in roman numerals. :)

Ralph Baer

03-18-2011, 04:22 PM

Sitting here with 3 TVs on and watching 3 games WCHA, CCHA and ECAC all on at the same time. This is college hockey heaven!

It would be if one was RPI. :(

It would be if one was RPI. :(

lugnut92

03-18-2011, 04:34 PM

Denver beats Bemidji 6-2. Good result. 16 games to go!

jericho

03-18-2011, 04:36 PM

1-0 Yale. Colgate had a goal waved off.

RHamilton

03-18-2011, 04:40 PM

RHamilton, is there a chance that we could get an update on our chances after the first round of semis?

I'll do my best to roll out results as each game goes final.

With DU going final, we're here:

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/denver.html

I'll generate a Miami over Notre Dame shortly since that is awfully one-sided after 1.

I'll do my best to roll out results as each game goes final.

With DU going final, we're here:

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/denver.html

I'll generate a Miami over Notre Dame shortly since that is awfully one-sided after 1.

Ralph Baer

03-18-2011, 04:43 PM

I'll do my best to roll out results as each game goes final.

After today, there are only 288 possiiblities. I could probably do that on a sliderule. ;) (well, not really)

After today, there are only 288 possiiblities. I could probably do that on a sliderule. ;) (well, not really)

Ralph Baer

03-18-2011, 04:45 PM

Am I the only person on this board that has the posts listed from earliest to latest?

I have the newest post on the top.

I have the newest post on the top.

FlagDUDE08

03-18-2011, 04:49 PM

Have we ever gone to a Part VI before?

ND scored, so it's 4-1, but I don't know if they'll come out of a 4 goal hole.

ND scored, so it's 4-1, but I don't know if they'll come out of a 4 goal hole.

knsmith

03-18-2011, 04:53 PM

Have we ever gone to a Part VI before?

ND scored, so it's 4-1, but I don't know if they'll come out of a 4 goal hole.

I would be shocked if we have ever gotten to Part V (or even IV, honestly) before. But maybe I'm wrong.

ND scored, so it's 4-1, but I don't know if they'll come out of a 4 goal hole.

I would be shocked if we have ever gotten to Part V (or even IV, honestly) before. But maybe I'm wrong.

RHamilton

03-18-2011, 04:54 PM

Here's DU and Miami winning - 81.4891%

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-miami.html

I'll update with the AHA semi #1 result as that goes final. We're down to just 73728 permutations!

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-miami.html

I'll update with the AHA semi #1 result as that goes final. We're down to just 73728 permutations!

Ralph Baer

03-18-2011, 04:56 PM

I would be shocked if we have ever gotten to Part V (or even IV, honestly) before. But maybe I'm wrong.

I think that you are correct.

I think that you are correct.

FlagDUDE08

03-18-2011, 04:59 PM

Here's DU and Miami winning - 81.4891%

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-miami.html

I'll update with the AHA semi #1 result as that goes final. We're down to just 73728 permutations!

Check your unweighted percentages, RHam. I think they're based upon an old number of permutations.

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-miami.html

I'll update with the AHA semi #1 result as that goes final. We're down to just 73728 permutations!

Check your unweighted percentages, RHam. I think they're based upon an old number of permutations.

RHamilton

03-18-2011, 05:01 PM

Check your unweighted percentages, RHam. I think they're based upon an old number of permutations.

Thanks, I may have hardcoded that!

EDIT: Fixed, it was hardcoded. It's now divided by the number of permutations where Yale is in the tournament (all of them!)

Thanks, I may have hardcoded that!

EDIT: Fixed, it was hardcoded. It's now divided by the number of permutations where Yale is in the tournament (all of them!)

Red Cloud

03-18-2011, 05:08 PM

So we route for Miami, Michigan, Merrimack, and Colorado College. That's 3200 in roman numerals. :)

You're not drunk enough yet. Keep going.

You're not drunk enough yet. Keep going.

FlagDUDE08

03-18-2011, 05:16 PM

RIT has gone final, and RIT has won.

RHamilton

03-18-2011, 05:17 PM

RIT went final.

Odds are up .5% to 81.9697% if Miami maintains its lead for the win.

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-rit-miami.html

Odds are up .5% to 81.9697% if Miami maintains its lead for the win.

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-rit-miami.html

fr joe

03-18-2011, 05:30 PM

RIT went final.

Odds are up .5% to 81.9697% if Miami maintains its lead for the win.

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-rit-miami.html

Miami 5, Notre Dame 2 at beginning of 3rd

BC 1, Northeastern 1, after 1st

Odds are up .5% to 81.9697% if Miami maintains its lead for the win.

http://uploads.cuttlefishtech.com/du-rit-miami.html

Miami 5, Notre Dame 2 at beginning of 3rd

BC 1, Northeastern 1, after 1st

RPI92

03-18-2011, 05:32 PM

Good - that would get us back go where we were prior to the UAA loss.

fr joe

03-18-2011, 05:34 PM

Update:

BC 3, Northeastern 2, midway thru 2nd

Yale 2 Colgate 0, 13:00 left in 3rd, Colgate starting pp

Miami 6, Notre Dame 2, 15:00 left in 3rd, ND just changed goalies

BC 3, Northeastern 2, midway thru 2nd

Yale 2 Colgate 0, 13:00 left in 3rd, Colgate starting pp

Miami 6, Notre Dame 2, 15:00 left in 3rd, ND just changed goalies

FreshFish

03-18-2011, 05:48 PM

[phonetically]

E to the eks, dee why dee eks

e to the why, dee why

secant cosine tangent sine

three point one four one five nine.

Go, Tute!

[symbolically]

e^x dy dx

e^y dy

sec() cos() tan() sin()

3.14159

Go, 'Tute

E to the eks, dee why dee eks

e to the why, dee why

secant cosine tangent sine

three point one four one five nine.

Go, Tute!

[symbolically]

e^x dy dx

e^y dy

sec() cos() tan() sin()

3.14159

Go, 'Tute

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