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dggoddard
03-17-2012, 07:49 PM
In case anyone wants to kill an hour waiting for gametime, we have an updated College Hockey Tonight online at KBUNAM.com (http://www.kbunam.com/college_hockey_tonight_archive.html) with Dave Hakstol, Don Lucia and Bruce McLeod. Enjoy!Couldn't get an interview with Gwozdecky? I'm shocked. :)

moose97
03-17-2012, 10:25 PM
Couldn't get an interview with Gwozdecky? I'm shocked. :)

Gwoz was on Friday's show. I talked to him after "the interview" and we parted on good terms. I have every faith that he would talk to me again if I called and asked for an interview.

duper
03-17-2012, 10:57 PM
North Dakota played a hell of a tournament, outscoring opponents by a total of 10 goals over three games. It seems to me like it was a total team effort, and a mighty impressive one at that. GD Sioux ****ers.

SiouxFanatic
03-17-2012, 11:07 PM
Being able to beat arguably our top 2 rivals in Denver and Minnesota on the same weekend made this a memorable and simply amazing Final Five.

The amount of games in such short amount of time that Denver has played finally showed tonight which many predicted. Also doesn't help they were short on D. I hope that Jason Zucker is alright and ready to go for you guys in the NCAA's. Never want to see a guy injured.

4four4
03-18-2012, 12:18 AM
Since, both teams will be playing three games in three nights I wouldn't be surprised if we see small little injuries after the game.

Sadly, I predicted an injury and unfortunately Wild prospect Jason Zucker is in the hospital.

cross cheque
03-18-2012, 12:23 AM
Shooooooooooot it Sioux!!!!!! Bahahahaaha

SoCalSiouxFan
03-18-2012, 01:53 AM
Shooooooooooot it Sioux!!!!!! Bahahahaaha

LOL Sioux scored last 10 goals of tournament.

MavHockey14
03-18-2012, 02:49 AM
Another year, another wildly successful Final Five. Not to beat a dead horse, but it's gonna be a **** shame to see this thing go after next year.

Biddco
03-18-2012, 10:39 AM
I've seen this ending before. It sucked the first and second time and it sucks this year.

Plus I didn't win Dance Mania. INJUSTICE!!

Biddco
03-18-2012, 10:40 AM
Dear UND,


You're welcome.

Sincerely,

The UMD Bulldogs

MavHockey14
03-18-2012, 11:51 AM
I've seen this ending before. It sucked the first and second time and it sucks this year.

Plus I didn't win Dance Mania. INJUSTICE!!
you and that hat should've had it in the bag...tough to beat two little kids though..

Farce Poobah
03-18-2012, 12:50 PM
Once again, the WCHA enters the NCAA with banged-up teams and short benches.

I'm sure the schools love the money generated by this grueling 5/6-games-in-9-days format, but we're screwing our NCAA chances.

Not optimistic about either Denver or UND's chances. UMD and MN should have decent legs, and be "on parity" with their opponents.

Dirty
03-18-2012, 01:01 PM
Dear UND,


You're welcome.

Sincerely,

The UMD Bulldogs

You're 1/10th of the way to repaying your debt from UND losing to Michigan.

MavHockey14
03-18-2012, 01:09 PM
Once again, the WCHA enters the NCAA with banged-up teams and short benches.

I'm sure the schools love the money generated by this grueling 5/6-games-in-9-days format, but we're screwing our NCAA chances.

Not optimistic about either Denver or UND's chances. UMD and MN should have decent legs, and be "on parity" with their opponents.
Having the extra day off is absolutely crucial for the Sioux. I don't buy into the whole "not gonna have legs" theory; they're young, have great training staffs to help get them recovered, and they can play two games in two days with heart and passion, playing for a Frozen Four birth.

duper
03-18-2012, 01:33 PM
Having the extra day off is absolutely crucial for the Sioux. I don't buy into the whole "not gonna have legs" theory; they're young, have great training staffs to help get them recovered, and they can play two games in two days with heart and passion, playing for a Frozen Four birth.I agree. Denver definitely had dead legs last night (not saying that's why they lost, but it darn sure didn't help) but their injury situation is a big problem. I think 20-year-old athletes should be able to recover from dead legs in 4 days. Makowski is presumably out, Bennett might play, but to have his first game in months be in the ncaa's isn't ideal, and I don't think anyone knows yet about Didier and Zucker.

Wreckincrew
03-18-2012, 01:52 PM
Having the extra day off is absolutely crucial for the Sioux. I don't buy into the whole "not gonna have legs" theory; they're young, have great training staffs to help get them recovered, and they can play two games in two days with heart and passion, playing for a Frozen Four birth.

On top of that a newborn is sure to interfere with their normal sleep patterns.

Biddco
03-18-2012, 02:53 PM
Once again, the WCHA enters the NCAA with banged-up teams and short benches.

I'm sure the schools love the money generated by this grueling 5/6-games-in-9-days format, but we're screwing our NCAA chances.

Not optimistic about either Denver or UND's chances. UMD and MN should have decent legs, and be "on parity" with their opponents.
UMD doesn't have any banged up players or a short bench. THat should help.

You're 1/10th of the way to repaying your debt from UND losing to Michigan.
We didn't want this debt! Take it back

you and that hat should've had it in the bag...tough to beat two little kids though..I know! Having lower bowl tickets would have also helped, I Had to sneak my way down there. At least a little UMD fan won.

Biddco
03-18-2012, 02:57 PM
I take back what I what I said about people skipping the game to attend Johnny Holm...a funeral was more fun than that championship game.

The Rube
03-18-2012, 02:59 PM
I take back what I what I said about people skipping the game to attend Johnny Holm...a funeral was more fun than that championship game.

Even MNS left early. At TK's, it was a sold out event, and they started requiring wristbands/proof of ticket at 6:30. When he busted out the Dropkick Murphys, the place went nuts.

Dirty
03-18-2012, 03:22 PM
Even MNS left early. At TK's, it was a sold out event, and they started requiring wristbands/proof of ticket at 6:30. When he busted out the Dropkick Murphys, the place went nuts.

That's because MNS is a moron. Who leaves a game early when their team is dominating and about to win a championship? Besides a member of the Boyfriend Bunch that is.