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collegehcky2
02-22-2011, 07:44 PM
Continue.

And if you don't get the title, watch It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia

OSU2010
02-22-2011, 08:50 PM
if your going to do an Oswego playoff thread, you should at least use a Hockey pun

Laker Ranger
02-22-2011, 09:25 PM
Better title?:o I get what the chky might be referring to though - there's a green man in the SS that's a crowd favorite.

Anyway, shameless plug once more. It is an authentic playoff thread now, after all.
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We sail into history.:cool:

nysportsfan29
02-22-2011, 09:35 PM
I don't know when the selections will be released but I can throw some names out there. Boots would now have to be considered a front runner for player of the year. Zachary Vit of Geneseo and Kevin Carr of Buffalo State are my front runners for Rookie of the year, I would go with Carr because of my bias towards goalies although Vit's numbers are very good. I would rather not have so many Fredonia players on there but they have the numbers.

1st Team
F Ian Boots-Oswego
F Zachary Vit-Geneseo
F Eric Satim-Plattsburgh
D Danny Scagnelli-Geneseo
D Mike Grace-Plattsburgh
G Paul Beckwith-Oswego

2nd Team
F Jordan Oye-Fredonia
F Justin Fox-Oswego
F Bryan Ross-Fredonia or Nick Petriello-Buffalo State
D Steve Rizer-Fredonia
D Taylor Vince-Morrisville
G Kevin Carr-Buffalo State

I think this looks pretty close to what we'll actually see. I think the only thing I'd do differently would be to switch Ross with Satim. Tied for tops in the league in goals, tied for 3rd in assists, tied for 2nd in points - I'd give Ross 1st team personally.

MountieBoyOz
02-22-2011, 09:39 PM
From the last thread, I would do the Vuvuzela Night against Platty just to annoy Emery. I can always say "If you lose, shake hands with Gosek and I'll stop blowing this horn." :D

collegehcky2
02-22-2011, 10:43 PM
if your going to do an Oswego playoff thread, you should at least use a Hockey pun

That may be ok for Norwich or Plattsburgh, but we have a different level of "class" as Oswego fans. The Setting the Sail crap was brutal enough.

OSU2010
02-22-2011, 11:07 PM
I was thinking something like Oswego State- Strap on your BOOTS for a TITANIC finish to the season

Laker28
02-22-2011, 11:12 PM
I think this looks pretty close to what we'll actually see. I think the only thing I'd do differently would be to switch Ross with Satim. Tied for tops in the league in goals, tied for 3rd in assists, tied for 2nd in points - I'd give Ross 1st team personally.

I initially had Ross on first team which is probably what will happen. But for me, Satim is the better hockey player. Ross has some good numbers playing with some good line mates, but Satim has an amazing skill set and I feel he means more to his team.

MountieBoyOz
02-22-2011, 11:59 PM
Enough of your Satim worshipping. :D

collegehcky2
02-23-2011, 12:07 AM
I was thinking something like Oswego State- Strap on your BOOTS for a TITANIC finish to the season

Really? You want the Laker's postseason to end in a huge disaster? Fail.

LakerEagleLover
02-23-2011, 04:34 AM
I was thinking something like Oswego State- Strap on your BOOTS for a TITANIC finish to the season. A shipwreck analogy....really?

NUProf
02-23-2011, 05:02 AM
. A shipwreck analogy....really?

More like an analogy to Greek Mythology. Titanic existed as an adjective meaning huge long before the ill-fated ship.

Laker Ranger
02-23-2011, 08:14 AM
That may be ok for Norwich or Plattsburgh, but we have a different level of "class" as Oswego fans. The Setting the Sail crap was brutal enough.

Harsh - clearly you don't know maritime phraseology, eh?:p For lakeside communities, going west meant navigating the Great Lakes' waters, and you didn't make headway (giggity) without "setting sail".:rolleyes:

Sorry about the mess. *flips coin and walks up the stairs to the exit*


I was thinking something like Oswego State- Strap on your BOOTS for a TITANIC finish to the season

Gah...Titanic is good for the Greek analogy and all, but "Titanic" followed directly by "finish" sounds like a recipe for disaster.

LakerEagleLover
02-23-2011, 09:33 AM
Harsh - clearly you don't know maritime phraseology, eh?:p For lakeside communities, going west meant navigating the Great Lakes' waters, and you didn't make headway (giggity) without "setting sail".:rolleyes:

Ontario Shipwrecks

Angler: tug caught fire and sank in Long Point in 1893.
Arabia: Name: Arabia - barque
Built: 1853 Length: 131 feet Sunk: 1884
Aycliffe Hall: sank off Long Point in 1936.
British Lion: ran aground off Long Point in 1877. The same storm claimed the Mediera and Elize A. Turner.
Brown Brothers: sank in Long Point in 1959.
City of Dresden: ran aground off Long Point in 1922.
City of Sheboygan: sank off Kingston in Lake Ontario.
Comet: collision off Nine Mile Point, Ontario in Lake Ontario.
Edmund Fitzgerald: ran aground off Long Point in 1883. This 135-foot (41 m) schooner predated the more widely known ship of the same name that sank in Lake Superior in 1975.
Elize A. Turner ran aground off Long Point in 1877. The same storm claimed the British Lion and Madiera.
Elphicke: ran aground off Long Point in 1913.
Empire: ran aground off Long Point in 1870.
Gunilda: yacht ran up on McGarvey's Shoals, Lake Superior.
HMS Nancy: sunk by the United States Navy during the War of 1812 in the Nottawasaga River near Georgian Bay in 1814.
HMS Speedy: sank off Brighton, Lake Ontario in 1804.
HMS St Lawrence: sank off Kingston, Lake Ontario in 1832 and is a popular diving attraction.
HMS Toronto: sank off Hanlan's Point, Toronto Islands, Lake Ontario in 1811.
Idaho: ran aground off Long Point in 1897.
James B. Colgate: sank off Long Point in 1916. This storm of 16 October also took the SS Merida.
James J. Reed: sank off Long Point in 1944.
Jennie P. King: foundered off Long Point in 1866.
Jersey City: foundered off Long Point in 1860.
Joseph Paige: ran aground off Long Point in 1893. This gale of 14 October 1893 also took the Wocoken.
Katie Eccles: ran aground near Kingston, Ontario on Lake Ontario.
Lawrence: sank aground off Long Point in 1921.
Lillie Parsons: Brockville.
Madeira ran aground near Beaver Bay in 1905.
Madiera ran aground off Long Point in 1877. The same storm claimed the British Lion and Elize A. Turner.
Marquette: bulk freighter sunk in 1903 off Michigan Island.
Marquette and Bessemer #2: sank off Long Point in 1909. Not yet found.
Merida: sank off Long Point in 1916. This storm of 16 October also took the James B. Colgate.
Metamora: a wooden tug that sank near Pointe au Baril, Georgian Bay, September 1907.
Mystic: sank off Long Point in 1907.
Niagara: ran aground off Long Point in 1899.
Pascal P. Pratt: ran aground off Long Point in 1908.
Plattsburgh Cardinals - 2010, 2011...
Pochahontas: foundered off Long Point in 1862.
Rebecca Foster: foundered off Long Point in 1857.
Sand scow: stranded on the Canadian side of Niagara River above Horseshoe Falls, 6 August 1918.
Siberia: a schooner that ran aground off Long Point in 1883.
Siberia: a different vessel of the same name, ran aground off Long Point in 1905.
Smith: a tugboat sank under tow off Long Point, Lake Erie.
SS Edmund Fitzgerald: sank in a gale in Lake Superior in 1975.
SS Noronic: Great Lakes cruise ship, burned and sank at Toronto dock, 17 September 1949.
St. James: sank of unknown cause off Long Point in Lake Erie, discovered 1984.
Trade Wind: a schooner collided with the Sir Charles Napier off Long Point.
Trillium: ferry scuttled at Toronto Islands; restored and re-entered service in 1975.
Waubuno: sank in Georgian Bay in 1879.
Wild Rover: foundered off Long Point.
William H. Vanderbilt: ran aground off Long Point in 1883.
Wocoken: ran aground off Long Point in 1893. This gale of 14 October 1893 also took the Joseph Paige.
Young Phoenix: sank off Long Point, Lake Erie, in 1818.

bakdraft21
02-23-2011, 10:04 AM
I was thinking something like Oswego State- Strap on your BOOTS for a TITANIC finish to the season

dont like the titanic thing......but nice try ;-))

Laker28
02-23-2011, 10:04 AM
Ontario Shipwrecks

Angler: tug caught fire and sank in Long Point in 1893.
Arabia: Name: Arabia - barque
Built: 1853 Length: 131 feet Sunk: 1884
Aycliffe Hall: sank off Long Point in 1936.
British Lion: ran aground off Long Point in 1877. The same storm claimed the Mediera and Elize A. Turner.
Brown Brothers: sank in Long Point in 1959.
City of Dresden: ran aground off Long Point in 1922.
City of Sheboygan: sank off Kingston in Lake Ontario.
Comet: collision off Nine Mile Point, Ontario in Lake Ontario.
Edmund Fitzgerald: ran aground off Long Point in 1883. This 135-foot (41 m) schooner predated the more widely known ship of the same name that sank in Lake Superior in 1975.
Elize A. Turner ran aground off Long Point in 1877. The same storm claimed the British Lion and Madiera.
Elphicke: ran aground off Long Point in 1913.
Empire: ran aground off Long Point in 1870.
Gunilda: yacht ran up on McGarvey's Shoals, Lake Superior.
HMS Nancy: sunk by the United States Navy during the War of 1812 in the Nottawasaga River near Georgian Bay in 1814.
HMS Speedy: sank off Brighton, Lake Ontario in 1804.
HMS St Lawrence: sank off Kingston, Lake Ontario in 1832 and is a popular diving attraction.
HMS Toronto: sank off Hanlan's Point, Toronto Islands, Lake Ontario in 1811.
Idaho: ran aground off Long Point in 1897.
James B. Colgate: sank off Long Point in 1916. This storm of 16 October also took the SS Merida.
James J. Reed: sank off Long Point in 1944.
Jennie P. King: foundered off Long Point in 1866.
Jersey City: foundered off Long Point in 1860.
Joseph Paige: ran aground off Long Point in 1893. This gale of 14 October 1893 also took the Wocoken.
Katie Eccles: ran aground near Kingston, Ontario on Lake Ontario.
Lawrence: sank aground off Long Point in 1921.
Lillie Parsons: Brockville.
Madeira ran aground near Beaver Bay in 1905.
Madiera ran aground off Long Point in 1877. The same storm claimed the British Lion and Elize A. Turner.
Marquette: bulk freighter sunk in 1903 off Michigan Island.
Marquette and Bessemer #2: sank off Long Point in 1909. Not yet found.
Merida: sank off Long Point in 1916. This storm of 16 October also took the James B. Colgate.
Metamora: a wooden tug that sank near Pointe au Baril, Georgian Bay, September 1907.
Mystic: sank off Long Point in 1907.
Niagara: ran aground off Long Point in 1899.
Pascal P. Pratt: ran aground off Long Point in 1908.
Plattsburgh Cardinals - 2010, 2011...
Pochahontas: foundered off Long Point in 1862.
Rebecca Foster: foundered off Long Point in 1857.
Sand scow: stranded on the Canadian side of Niagara River above Horseshoe Falls, 6 August 1918.
Siberia: a schooner that ran aground off Long Point in 1883.
Siberia: a different vessel of the same name, ran aground off Long Point in 1905.
Smith: a tugboat sank under tow off Long Point, Lake Erie.
SS Edmund Fitzgerald: sank in a gale in Lake Superior in 1975.
SS Noronic: Great Lakes cruise ship, burned and sank at Toronto dock, 17 September 1949.
St. James: sank of unknown cause off Long Point in Lake Erie, discovered 1984.
Trade Wind: a schooner collided with the Sir Charles Napier off Long Point.
Trillium: ferry scuttled at Toronto Islands; restored and re-entered service in 1975.
Waubuno: sank in Georgian Bay in 1879.
Wild Rover: foundered off Long Point.
William H. Vanderbilt: ran aground off Long Point in 1883.
Wocoken: ran aground off Long Point in 1893. This gale of 14 October 1893 also took the Joseph Paige.
Young Phoenix: sank off Long Point, Lake Erie, in 1818.
Oswego Lakers-Almost every year since 1980

If we are giving a history lesson that needed to be included.

And MountieBoyOz I am seeking help for my Satim worshiping, it goes against everything I stand for to say anything good about anyone, let alone a Plattsburgh player.

PrezdeJohnson09
02-23-2011, 10:46 AM
If we are giving a history lesson that needed to be included.


The new-age Laker fans forget the pains of the past.

Oswego for a very very long time was just an average to slightly above average hockey program.

bakdraft21
02-23-2011, 11:34 AM
The new-age Laker fans forget the pains of the past.

Oswego for a very very long time was just an average to slightly above average hockey program.

not when I played in 87'.......plezzzzzz be more specific........just breaking chops prez, but we were really a little more than above average........

PSUChamps2001
02-23-2011, 11:39 AM
not when I played in 87'.......plezzzzzz be more specific........just breaking chops prez, but we were really a little more than above average........

Unless you were playing Plattsburgh :) btw I have a video from the '88 playoffs you might know some people on the team...going to try to upload it tonight...

jabber811
02-23-2011, 11:41 AM
Oswego for a very very long time was just an average to slightly above average hockey program.

And you were just an average to slightly above average Laker hockey fan for a shorter time (roughly 1360 days):rolleyes:. Now get back to work, doesn't Norwich have a home fencing match or something today.:eek: