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Ralph Baer
11-12-2011, 08:59 PM
First of three regular-season meetings.

Can RPI win two in a row?

DrDemento
11-12-2011, 09:04 PM
We may have to pitch a shutout to win-we just do not put the puck in the net much. I would expect nothing less than the usual RPI/Union game-a knockdown brawl that is decided in the last seconds or OT. Go Red!!

turk181
11-12-2011, 10:25 PM
Union with 45 SOG in 4-0 loss to Yale tonight! This is one of a multiple of reasons I don't understand when people scream, "shoot the puck" every time a player touches it.

REDaero91
11-15-2011, 08:33 AM
Wow, this was three pages back!

Any word on who tonight's officials will be?

burgie12
11-15-2011, 08:49 AM
Any word on who tonight's officials will be?
Neither the RPI (http://rpiathletics.com/documents/2011/11/14/2011-12MHKYGameNotes_UNION.pdf?id=1132) nor Union (http://rpiathletics.com/documents/2011/11/14/11.15_RPI_Game_Notes.pdf?id=1133) game notes have any info on the officials.

turk181
11-15-2011, 10:46 AM
Wow, this was three pages back!

Any word on who tonight's officials will be? speaking of officials, I was at the Marlies/Devils game Sun. afternoon & Mike Emanation was 1 of the linesmen. Seemed to be no problems with face-offs and very few tossed out of the face-off circle. While I was watching this I was thinking, is the caliber of players the reason or does he know that professional players & coaches won't put up with his non-sense/grandstanding.

FlagDUDE08
11-15-2011, 11:32 AM
speaking of officials, I was at the Marlies/Devils game Sun. afternoon & Mike Emanation was 1 of the linesmen. Seemed to be no problems with face-offs and very few tossed out of the face-off circle. While I was watching this I was thinking, is the caliber of players the reason or does he know that professional players & coaches won't put up with his non-sense/grandstanding.

What sort of thing does a linesman look for in throwing a player out of the faceoff circle? I don't understand that rule.

GRussinko
11-15-2011, 12:47 PM
What sort of thing does a linesman look for in throwing a player out of the faceoff circle? I don't understand that rule.

Players not lined up square (in an attempt to gain an edge) when the puck drops, home/defending player putting his stick down on the ice before the visiting/attacking player does, teammates encroaching on the faceoff circle, and players who are making contact with one another prior to the puck being dropped are the ones I can think of.

burgie12
11-15-2011, 02:05 PM
What sort of thing does a linesman look for in throwing a player out of the faceoff circle? I don't understand that rule.
Official 2010-12 rulebook (http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/IH12.pdf)
Rule 6, Section 15 (primarily subsections a, b, and c) (pages 68-69)

GRussinko pretty much nailed all of the reasons.