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FlagDUDE08
08-02-2011, 01:04 PM
The following teams I do not have listed as having complete schedules. I am not including exempt games within this list, only the 34 that count against the NCAA limit:

SCHEDULES ALREADY ANNOUNCED:
Army
Air Force
Ohio State
North Dakota
Alabama Huntsville

The schedule is available at the following link:
https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjrUzfoOPCB5dG9EOGhVUmowUE5vSmVRclNwRHFuR VE&authkey=CK695cwJ&hl=en_US#gid=0

irishfan85
08-02-2011, 03:12 PM
The following teams I do not have listed as having complete schedules. I am not including exempt games within this list, only the 34 that count against the NCAA limit:

UNANNOUNCED:

ATLANTIC (east, west)
Holy Cross
Air Force

HOCKEY EAST
Massachusetts Amherst - Non-Conference Only


SCHEDULES ALREADY ANNOUNCED:
Army
Merrimack
Ohio State
North Dakota
Alabama Huntsville

The schedule is available at the following link:
https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AjrUzfoOPCB5dG9EOGhVUmowUE5vSmVRclNwRHFuR VE&authkey=CK695cwJ&hl=en_US#gid=0

Regarding North Dakota: You are only allowed to use the IceBreaker as exempt games once every four years. You can play in it as often as you want, but only allowed to use it as an exempt game once in four years. Michigan got in trouble regarding that issue a few years ago.

Alabama-Huntsville plays at Merrimack Sunday, November 27th.

FlagDUDE08
08-02-2011, 03:21 PM
Regarding North Dakota: You are only allowed to use the IceBreaker as exempt games once every four years. You can play in it as often as you want, but only allowed to use it as an exempt game once in four years. Michigan got in trouble regarding that issue a few years ago.


Why is there nothing in the NCAA manual regarding this? Do you have a source for this information?

Obviously they've released, and either way they're not over the limit, but would still like to know where the NCAA says this for future reference, in case I am asked about this by someone else.

irishfan85
08-02-2011, 04:43 PM
Why is there nothing in the NCAA manual regarding this? Do you have a source for this information?

Obviously they've released, and either way they're not over the limit, but would still like to know where the NCAA says this for future reference, in case I am asked about this by someone else.

You're taking this way too seriously. I'm only on here to get information on schedules as I always go to other games besides my own team's and like to see NC opponents for the other teams in the area. I'm not interested enough to go do it, but if you really want, look through college hockey news archives or USCHO archives. A few years ago, Michigan was forced to play two less games than permitted b/c the year before they had played two too many games. The reason being is they had thought they could exempt the ice breaker and they had done so recently.

boblav1
08-03-2011, 06:29 PM
Alabama-Huntsville plays at Merrimack Sunday, November 27th.
Wow, that would make it three games in three nights for Huntsville (11/25/11 @ Lowell, 11/26/11 @ UNH)

burgie12
08-03-2011, 07:49 PM
This was the best that I could find.

2007 CBS College Sports article (http://www.cstv.com/sports/m-hockey/stories/053107aad.html)

It doesn't quote any rules, but does state that the exemption is only available once every four years.

Searching the archives also turns up Federal League's unanswered question in the thread leading up to the 2010 IceBreaker (http://board.uscho.com/showthread.php?91488-2010-Ice-Breaker-Tournament-Thread-(BU-Wisconsin-Notre-Dame-Holy-Cross)&p=4878350&viewfull=1#post4878350) that wonders why BU was given an exemption after playing in back-to-back years.

Alton
08-04-2011, 10:11 AM
Regarding North Dakota: You are only allowed to use the IceBreaker as exempt games once every four years.

This is not true, although it once was (until the 2007-08 season). You can see the 2006/07 NCAA Manual (Bylaw 17.14.5.4) http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/MAN0607.pdf limits several "certified" tournaments to once every 4 years. This group included the icebreaker. For the 2007/08 season, the NCAA started phasing out all exemptions except the Icebreaker, and also eliminated the once-in-4-years rule.


A few years ago, Michigan was forced to play two less games than permitted b/c the year before they had played two too many games. The reason being is they had thought they could exempt the ice breaker and they had done so recently.

That was not the problem. They did play in the 2000 Icebreaker, and they did exempt the games correctly. The issue is that they played in another exempt tournament (the Nissan Cup in Alaska) the same year and thought they could exempt those games as well. There was a limit of one exempt tournament per year, though, so they were wrong. They could exempt the game against Alaska-Anchorage as a game in Alaska against a school in Alaska, but they also played Merrimack in Alaska and were not allowed to exempt that game even though they thought they could. As a result, Michigan played one extra game in 2000/01, and when the mistake was discovered late in the 2000/01 season, Michigan was given the option of forfeiting one future game that season, or having their total permitted for 2001/02 reduced by 2 games. Michigan took the second option, obviously. It had nothing to do with the "once-in-4-years" rule, though.

FlagDUDE08
08-06-2011, 01:01 PM
El Bump-o.

I haven't seen anything else yet regarding a possible Merrimack/UAH game...

BC/HE
08-06-2011, 05:25 PM
Hockey East has released a composite schedule but there appear to be errors on it. They have Niagara at UMass-Lowell on October 23. But Niagara's schedule is full already. The official UML site does not have that game listed so it must have been a proposed game that did not go through or perhaps it is next years 2012 game in return for the UML visit last year to Niagara.

http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/schedule/index.php

WildShawn
08-06-2011, 08:01 PM
Hockey East has released a composite schedule but there appear to be errors on it. They have Niagara at UMass-Lowell on October 23. But Niagara's schedule is full already. The official UML site does not have that game listed so it must have been a proposed game that did not go through or perhaps it is next years 2012 game in return for the UML visit last year to Niagara.

http://www.hockeyeastonline.com/men/schedule/index.php

it also has UMass playing at Providence and home against Vermont on Jan 7th. That's a tall task (and a UNH at Maine game from Friday March 2 was moved to Jan 7th, cough cough Fenway Park cough cough)

mar7967
08-08-2011, 07:22 AM
AHA composite schedule: http://www.atlantichockeyonline.com/schedules/2011-12_schedule?team=Holy%20Cross

the only new dates I noticed were the Air Force exhibition (10/3), Holy Cross exhibition (10/7), Holy Cross @ Umass Amherst (11/11), and Air Force @ Holy Cross (1/6, 1/7)

FlagDUDE08
08-08-2011, 07:29 AM
Thanks much. That would complete everyone. There are five teams with leftover games. Two Atlantic, one CCHA, one WCHA, and one independent. Technically the ivies are under the NCAA limit as well, but they have special rules.

LTsatch
08-08-2011, 10:01 PM
Probably redundant but Yale officially announced this today

2011-12 Schedule

Date Opponent Time

Oct. 22 WATERLOO (Scrimmage) 7:00

Oct. 28 vs. Princeton# 4:00

Oct. 29 vs. Dartmouth/ Brown# 4/7:00

Nov. 4 CORNELL* 7:00

Nov. 5 COLGATE* 7:00

Nov. 11 at Rensselaer* 7:00

Nov. 12 at Union* 7:00

Nov. 19 UCONN 7:00

Nov. 22 at Sacred Heart (Harbor Yard) 7:00

Nov. 26 BOSTON COLLEGE 4:00

Dec. 1 BROWN* 7:00

Dec. 3 at Brown* 7:00

Dec. 7 at UMass 7:00

Dec. 28 RUSSIAN TOURING TEAM (Exh) 7:00

Jan. 1 BENTLEY 4:00

Jan. 6 QUINNIPIAC* 7:00

Jan. 7 PRINCETON* 7:00

Jan. 13 at Clarkson* 7:00

Jan. 14 at St. Lawrence* 7:00

Jan. 20 UNION* 7:00

Jan. 21 RENSSELAER* 7:00

Jan. 27 at Harvard* 7:00

Jan. 28 at Dartmouth* 7:00

Feb. 3 ST. LAWRENCE* 7:00

Feb. 4 CLARKSON* 7:00

Feb. 10 at Colgate* 7:00

Feb. 11 at Cornell* 7:00

Feb. 17 DARTMOUTH* 7:00

Feb. 18 HARVARD* 7:00

Feb. 24 at Princeton* 7:00

Feb. 25 at Quinnipiac* 7:00

Mar 2-4 ECAC Hockey 1st Round Playoffs (campus)

Mar 9-11 ECAC Hockey Quarterfinals (campus)

Mar 16-17 ECAC Hockey Championships (Atlantic City, NJ)

Mar 23-25 NCAA Regionals@

April 5-7 Frozen Four (Tampa, FL)


*ECAC Hockey Games

# Ivy Shootout (non-league contests at Dartmouth)

@ Yale and Fairfield co-host the 2011 NCAA East Regional at Webster Bank's Arena at Harbor Yard



Times Subject to Change

mar7967
08-11-2011, 02:22 PM
Air Force has officially announced their schedule - they have two exhibitions scheduled (not sure how)
http://www.goairforcefalcons.com/sports/m-hockey/spec-rel/081111aac.html
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/afa/sports/m-hockey/auto_pdf/2011-12/schedule/schedule.pdf

Everything else is the same.

kingdobbs
08-11-2011, 03:01 PM
Air Force has officially announced their schedule - they have two exhibitions scheduled (not sure how)


By having one actually count against the 34 game limit, that's how.

FlagDUDE08
08-11-2011, 03:50 PM
Air Force has officially announced their schedule - they have two exhibitions scheduled (not sure how)
http://www.goairforcefalcons.com/sports/m-hockey/spec-rel/081111aac.html
http://grfx.cstv.com/photos/schools/afa/sports/m-hockey/auto_pdf/2011-12/schedule/schedule.pdf

Everything else is the same.

Only one of them will be exempt, the other will count against the 34-game limit, similar to what UML and a few of the Ivy League schools have.

mar7967
08-11-2011, 04:21 PM
By having one actually count against the 34 game limit, that's how.

makes sense.

FlagDUDE08
08-12-2011, 08:37 AM
http://www.uscho.com/2011/08/11/ohio-state-michigan-outdoor-game-to-be-official-today/

tOSU/UMAA January 15th is a "neutral site" (yes, I realize that you'd have to have this clearly in another state for it to truly be neutral) outdoor game.

irishfan85
08-14-2011, 11:26 AM
Alabama-Huntsville @ Merrimack, Wednesday before Thanksgiving at 7pm...per UAH website.

FlagDUDE08
08-14-2011, 09:21 PM
Alabama-Huntsville @ Merrimack, Wednesday before Thanksgiving at 7pm...per UAH website.

That makes a little more sense. Best to give them a day off.