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norm1909
02-06-2012, 01:45 PM
In light of some of the password requirements of the NCAA, I am posting some links to some of the manuals that are available:

2011-12 NCAA Division III Manual (http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/D312.pdf)

2012 NCAA ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS MANUAL (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/061235004a332019aafbbbd0975ef2fb/MAN_DIII_MIH_Host_Ops_Prelims.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=061235004a332019aafbbbd0975ef2fb) (Includes Host Operations Manual)

2012 NCAA ICE HOCKEY PRE-CHAMPIONSHIPS MANUAL (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/4bc2980049da85dbac24afd285abf5d2/MAN_PreChamps_IH_12.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=4bc2980049da85dbac24afd285abf5d2)
or (if above link fails)
2012 NCAA ICE HOCKEY PRE-CHAMPIONSHIPS MANUAL (https://docs.google.com/viewer?a=v&q=cache:XmWUJtxO61IJ:www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/ncaa/ncaa/sports%2Band%2Bchampionship/ice%2Bhockey/man_prechamps_ih_12+%222012+NCAA+ICE+HOCKEY+PRE-CHAMPIONSHIPS+MANUAL%22&hl=en&gl=us&pid=bl&srcid=ADGEESgVh1WbvM3bEP7rrwWdHCa1Z5PK9dka3yvLzoeh mTp_dCKAIvEMuPGnRcWL7IzAzOhvyqQ3hnkwcyGd8J5uZvqAXr ux8GrAFNJW6PUwC8NdhYL2v06Uv_4wQAwrwgavsDkNqd_-&sig=AHIEtbTXmHg5KE_VXNWCmpMBq0MAxPB65A)

2010-12 NCAA MEN’S AND WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY RULES AND INTERPRETATIONS (http://www.ncaapublications.com/productdownloads/IH12.pdf)

2012 Men’s Division III Records (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_icehockey_rb/2012/DIII.pdf)

2012 NCAA Official Ice Hockey Statistics Rules (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/Stats_Manuals/IceHockey/2012EZ.pdf)

NCAA Ice Hockey Scoresheet (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_icehockey_rb/scoresheet.pdf)

2011-12 NCAA CHAMPIONSHIPS MEDIA COORDINATION MANUAL (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/0b8d6800490716659da7bfd285abf5d2/2011-12+Media+Coordination+Manual+-+FALL.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=0b8d6800490716659da7bfd285abf5d2)

2011 NCAA Division III Ice Hockey Championship Statistics (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_ice_hockey_champs_records/2011/d3/html/confstat.htm)

NCAA Division III Exploratory, Provisional and Reclassifying Membership Process Calendar of Activities and Timeline (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/778a55804897b677ad6fbf4c8af46e6f/Calendar+of+Activities+for+New+Members.pdf?MOD=AJP ERES&CACHEID=778a55804897b677ad6fbf4c8af46e6f)

Division III carves out future agenda at Convention (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/ncaa/resources/latest+news/2012/january/division+iii+carves+out+future+agenda+at+conventio n)

NCAA Inclusion of Transgender Student-Athletes (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/fd9a78804841ff93953f9fbf5e8bc9cc/Transgender_Handbook_2011_Final.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=fd9a78804841ff93953f9fbf5e8bc9cc)

Division III Hot Topics (2012) (http://fs.ncaa.org/docs/regional_seminars/2012/PowerPoint%20Presentations/Division%20III/Division%20III%20Hot%20Topics.pdf)

Some interesting Videos here:

2011 Men's Ice Hockey Rules Video (http://s3.amazonaws.com/ncaa/web_video/ice_hockey/2011/2011_mih_rules.html)

2010-11 NCAA Ice Hockey Midseason Video (http://s3.amazonaws.com/ncaa/web_video/ice_hockey/2011/2011_mih_midseason.html)

bakdraft21
02-06-2012, 02:31 PM
the LINK-A-NATOR strikes again

CARDS_rule_the_Burgh
02-06-2012, 03:01 PM
Random stat to track:

Norwich and Plattsburgh are averaging 7.8 and 7.6 penalty minutes per game, respectively. Both would, at the end of the 25-game regular season, put them at 195 and 190 PIMs, respectively. The record for fewest penalty minutes in a season is 216, held by Wentworth with a 19-game season in 1996 (11.4/gm).

Given probable participation in conference and NCAA tournaments by the 2 teams, they would definitely need to slow the pace in order to contest Wentworth's record. That said, this is looking to be a team record low PIM count for both teams this year (Plattsburgh's record is 302, and Norwich isn't on the list that caps out at 368).

Oh, and nobody on the list of lowest PIM counts in a season in the recordbook averaged less than 8.7 pim/gm. So both teams would appear to probably be on pace to set a record in that department. Lots of hockey to be played, though.

Current count:
NRW - 157/20 = 7.8
PLT - 159/21 = 7.6

norm1909
02-06-2012, 03:10 PM
Random stat to track:

...

I like the schools with the most class list (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_icehockey_rb/2012/DIII.pdf) (and RIT isn't on it) ;)

March 13, 1988 - Plattsburgh St. 25 vs. Fredonia St. 0
Dec. 9, 1970 - New England Col. 26 vs. Fitchburg St. 1
Jan. 24, 1992 - Mercyhurst 24 vs. Scranton 1
Oct. 25, 1991 - Oswego St. 21 vs. Scranton 0
Jan. 5, 1980 - Elmira 22 vs. Upsala 1
Feb. 21, 1994 - Elmira 20 vs. Scranton 0
Nov. 1, 1991 - Wis.-Stevens Point 21 vs. St. Norbert 1
Feb. 17, 1973 - Wis.-Stout 21 vs. Wis.-Stevens Point 1

When will the last two be repeated? ;)

VT bragging rights
02-06-2012, 05:48 PM
Thanks Norm. Just like one stop shopping. :)

norm1909
02-06-2012, 06:04 PM
Thanks Norm. Just like one stop shopping. :)

Your welcome, if anyone is aware of a manual or other NCAA Ice Hockey material that might "have been" available and is now difficult to locate, post it here and I will try to find it.

Dyce
02-06-2012, 06:07 PM
Fun Fact: Plattsburgh beat Cortland 15-0 the night before their 25-0 win versus Fredonia. That's some pretty impressive classlessness.

LakerFan99
02-06-2012, 06:21 PM
I like the schools with the most class list (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_icehockey_rb/2012/DIII.pdf) (and RIT isn't on it) ;)

March 13, 1988 - Plattsburgh St. 25 vs. Fredonia St. 0
Dec. 9, 1970 - New England Col. 26 vs. Fitchburg St. 1
Jan. 24, 1992 - Mercyhurst 24 vs. Scranton 1
Oct. 25, 1991 - Oswego St. 21 vs. Scranton 0
Jan. 5, 1980 - Elmira 22 vs. Upsala 1
Feb. 21, 1994 - Elmira 20 vs. Scranton 0
Nov. 1, 1991 - Wis.-Stevens Point 21 vs. St. Norbert 1
Feb. 17, 1973 - Wis.-Stout 21 vs. Wis.-Stevens Point 1

When will the last two be repeated? ;)

So...Scranton was a powerhouse in the early 90s, eh? :cool:

norm1909
02-06-2012, 07:01 PM
So...Scranton was a powerhouse in the early 90s, eh? :cool:

Apparently they still are (http://achahockey.org/game_details.php?game_id=742468&schedule_id=55363&league_id=1059&date=20101113) ;)

jerrynu26
02-07-2012, 05:44 AM
Hmmm, errors.
Men's DIII records, page 10, Goalie Winning Percentage

2004 Eric Van Den Bosch, Norwich (11-1-0) .................................................. ............ .917

He played for SNC.......

norm1909
02-07-2012, 06:00 AM
Hmmm, errors.
Men's DIII records, page 10, Goalie Winning Percentage

2004 Eric Van Den Bosch, Norwich (11-1-0) .................................................. ............ .917

He played for SNC.......

Maybe their SID was asleep at the wheel ;)

RedbirdFan
02-07-2012, 10:00 AM
Fredonia always deserved a beat down (and still does)


I like the schools with the most class list (http://fs.ncaa.org/Docs/stats/m_icehockey_rb/2012/DIII.pdf) (and RIT isn't on it) ;)

March 13, 1988 - Plattsburgh St. 25 vs. Fredonia St. 0
Dec. 9, 1970 - New England Col. 26 vs. Fitchburg St. 1
Jan. 24, 1992 - Mercyhurst 24 vs. Scranton 1
Oct. 25, 1991 - Oswego St. 21 vs. Scranton 0
Jan. 5, 1980 - Elmira 22 vs. Upsala 1
Feb. 21, 1994 - Elmira 20 vs. Scranton 0
Nov. 1, 1991 - Wis.-Stevens Point 21 vs. St. Norbert 1
Feb. 17, 1973 - Wis.-Stout 21 vs. Wis.-Stevens Point 1

When will the last two be repeated? ;)

joecct
02-07-2012, 11:23 AM
Interesting....

The men's D-I RPI is (appx) .25 WinPct + .25 OWP + .50 OOWP

Yet the D-III SoS is .667 OWP + .333 OOWP.

It appears that the 2 divisions calculate SoS 180 degrees apart. Interesting........

NUProf
02-07-2012, 03:49 PM
Interesting....

The men's D-I RPI is (appx) .25 WinPct + .25 OWP + .50 OOWP

Yet the D-III SoS is .667 OWP + .333 OOWP.


It appears that the 2 divisions calculate SoS 180 degrees apart. Interesting........

The reason for this is that for OOWP includes your own winning percentage, since the NCAA process doesn't exclude you from being one of your opponent's opponents. Norwich played Castleton and Norwich is one of Castelton's opponents, therefore Norwich contributes to their own OOWP

norm1909
02-08-2012, 10:00 PM
Less than a week to Happy Valentine's day - Tuesday, February 14 First regional rankings (Publicized).


Some 28 percent of all NCAA games end in a tie after regulation; 65 percent of those games remain tied after the 5-on-5, five-minute overtime used in four leagues (http://www.nhl.com/ice/news.htm?id=550014)

joecct
02-08-2012, 10:53 PM
Less than a week to Happy Valentine's day - Tuesday, February 14 First regional rankings (Publicized).

Some 28 percent of all NCAA games end in a tie after regulation; 65 percent of those games remain tied after the 5-on-5, five-minute overtime used in four leagues
Let's try 4x4 for 10 minutes. But, because we're playing the OT differently than how you played regulation, you then have to go to 3 point games. After the 10 minutes, go to the IIHF or USA Hockey (but not the NHL) shootout.

BTW, if you check the tournament handbook it says for the # of ranked teams:
East - 14
West - 7

Misprint??

NUProf
02-08-2012, 11:15 PM
Let's try 4x4 for 10 minutes. But, because we're playing the OT differently than how you played regulation, you then have to go to 3 point games. After the 10 minutes, go to the IIHF or USA Hockey (but not the NHL) shootout.

BTW, if you check the tournament handbook it says for the # of ranked teams:
East - 14
West - 7

Misprint??

Elsewhere it say East 14, West 8

norm1909
02-14-2012, 07:43 AM
The NCAA has launched a new public (no passwords required) portal to their site.

Their "Resources" page is here (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/ncaa/resources) :cool:

Slightly off topic, but a really good story on "How concussions are impacting the players— and the sport itself" is here. (http://www.nyhockeyjournal.com/news/issues/september_2011-1005.pdf)

norm1909
02-14-2012, 11:12 AM
DIII working group to consider recruiting parameters (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/public/ncaa/resources/latest+news/2012/february/diii+working+group+to+consider+recruiting+paramete rs)


...
Fueling the arms-race recruiting environment are institutions that rely on athletics to boost enrollment, a number of growing technological resources, and an accelerated youth sports culture dominated by travel teams more than the traditional scholastic approach.

At the Convention session, the two primary issues that were cited as potential areas where NCAA rules could help were recruiting calendars and evaluations at nonscholastic events. The calendars could provide welcome work/life boundaries for Division III coaches, while evaluations at nonscholastic events could help with recruiting efficiencies, though perhaps at a cost. While some attendees at the Convention session appeared to like the convenience of the “one-stop shopping” of nonscholastic events, others were concerned about how club sports are evolving, squeezing out scholastic sports and fueling the sport-specialization culture, which could be viewed as inherently counter to the Division III philosophy.

While the Interpretations and Legislation Committee recognized the importance of both concerns, members acknowledged that any review of the recruiting environment likely would be much broader. As to the nonscholastic events specifically, the ILC recognized the importance of knowing which sports are more greatly influenced by the club sports scene, as well as how home-schooled students would be affected.

The committee is suggesting a working-group model because the recruiting environment involves so many areas of the campus, especially given that student-athletes make up a quarter or a third of the student body at most Division III schools. The ILC recommends including admissions personnel and enrollment VPs in addition to athletics administrators and coaches. In addition, the committee would like working group members to include those who wear several hats on campus (for example, an AD who also coaches, or a coach who also handles compliance, or who also coaches a youth or club team).

...

norm1909
03-06-2012, 02:43 PM
Added, the 2012 NCAA ICE HOCKEY CHAMPIONSHIPS MANUAL (http://www.ncaa.org/wps/wcm/connect/061235004a332019aafbbbd0975ef2fb/MAN_DIII_MIH_Host_Ops_Prelims.pdf?MOD=AJPERES&CACHEID=061235004a332019aafbbbd0975ef2fb) (Includes Host Operations Manual)


Beginning with the 2011-12 season, the host institution is not responsible for the NCAA site rep expenses. The site
representative will be compensated by the NCAA.


Beginning with the 2011-12 season, all officials will be paid using the Arbiter Sports RefPay system. The host personnel will
not be responsible for adding officials fees to their budget.

Did Brucey do that?


ANNOUNCEMENTS THROUGHOUT THE GAME AND INTERMISSION
●● Fans, don’t forget to purchase championship merchandise (Today/Tonight) from the NCAA team shop(s) located in __
________________________________________. (Host to add site specific info)

●● The NCAA experience offers official fan ticket and hospitality packages for selected NCAA Championships. Visit
NCAA.com/hospitality (N-C-A-A DOT COM SLASH HOSPITALITY) for more information.

●● Experience it live. The NCAA is making it easier than ever to attend all 89 championships. Visit NCAA.com/travel
(N-C-A-A DOT COM SLASH TRAVEL) to make arrangements to follow your team throughout the tournament.

●● Log on to NCAA.com (N-C-A-A DOT COM) and click on “Your Opinion Counts” to give us feedback on your experience
at this NCAA Championship.

●● Fans, be sure to check out NCAA on demand, where you can get classic NCAA championship videos. Log on to
NCAA.com/ncaaondemand (N-C-A-A DOT COM SLASH N-C-A-A ON DEMAND) to relive all the great championship
memories.

●● NCAA on campus highlights the commitment of the NCAA to the education and welfare of its student-athletes in all
championships and divisions of competition. You can watch NCAA on campus by logging on to NCAA.com (N-C-A-A
DOT COM).

●● Are you a fan of NCAA sports? Be sure to prove it by going to NCAA.org/socialmedia (N-C-A-A DOT ORG SLASH
SOCIAL MEDIA) to get all your NCAA updates.

●● Be sure to download your official NCAA Championship digital game program to your laptop or mobile device at NCAA.
com/gameprograms (N-C-A-A DOT COM SLASH GAME PROGRAMS).

●● NCAA Division Three student-athletes follow their passion and discover potential in the pursuit of academic excellence.
They are encouraged to engage in all aspects of the collegiate experience while participating in highly competitive
athletic programs. Division Three student-athletes dedicate themselves to become successful citizens and responsible
leaders. Division Three…….Discover. Develop. Dedicate.

●● The NCAA Division Three and Special Olympics have partnered to improve the lives of Special Olympics Athletes.
This initiative is focused upon the involvement of Division Three student-athletes through service and support of the
Special Olympics. To learn more about the partnership, go to NCAA.org (N-C-A-A DOT ORG).