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    Re: Colgate 2017-2018

    Anybody worried about Fargo moving to that vacant Yale coaching spot with Vickie as the Eli AD. I remember when Mark Murphy moved over to Northwestern and he took our women's basketball coach with him. We have never been the same (although we are improving with the new coach the last two years).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldtimer View Post
    Anybody worried about Fargo moving to that vacant Yale coaching spot with Vickie as the Eli AD. I remember when Mark Murphy moved over to Northwestern and he took our women's basketball coach with him. We have never been the same (although we are improving with the new coach the last two years).
    IMO, it would be much, much harder to build a winner at Yale than at Colgate. So unless Yale is offering a lot of cash, I don't see it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldtimer View Post
    Anybody worried about Fargo moving to that vacant Yale coaching spot with Vickie as the Eli AD. I remember when Mark Murphy moved over to Northwestern and he took our women's basketball coach with him. We have never been the same (although we are improving with the new coach the last two years).
    Would Yale be a more desirable position? I think the brand new rink, recent success that he helped achieve, and ability to offer scholarships would make Colgate more desirable to coach at, unless Yale were to pay significantly more.

    There are other factors but my initial outsider reaction is not to expect Fargo to move.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindsay View Post
    Would Yale be a more desirable position? I think the brand new rink, recent success that he helped achieve, and ability to offer scholarships would make Colgate more desirable to coach at, unless Yale were to pay significantly more.

    There are other factors but my initial outsider reaction is not to expect Fargo to move.
    Not a chance, Fargo is not the only coach out there with a Colgate connection. And my guesstimate is nothing more than a guesstimate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindsay View Post
    Would Yale be a more desirable position? I think the brand new rink, recent success that he helped achieve, and ability to offer scholarships would make Colgate more desirable to coach at, unless Yale were to pay significantly more.

    There are other factors but my initial outsider reaction is not to expect Fargo to move.
    Heís not going anywhere. Better programs with more cash than Yale have made runs at him and Colgate steps up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reddington View Post
    Not a chance, Fargo is not the only coach out there with a Colgate connection. And my guesstimate is nothing more than a guesstimate.
    For a school itís size with its emphasis on academics Colgate is very serious about its sports. Just need a new menís coach.

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    Re: Colgate 2017-2018

    Congrats to Tanner Gates getting First Team all USCHO Rookie team. That's quite an achievement.

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    Congrats to Tanner Gates getting First Team all USCHO Rookie team. That's quite an achievement.
    Interesting that the two defenseman rookies of the year are from California.

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    Very exciting to read today's announcement of great incoming class. Next 4 years should be fun for Gate womenís hockey.😎

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rightnut View Post
    I haven't seen any Colgate threads so may as well start one and see if there are any Colgate fans lurking on this board. Up and coming program, new rink, full complement of scholarships, great academics, beautiful campus, highly rated recruiting classes for next few years (for whatever that is worth) and lots of returning scorers this year bodes well for the program. Is the year they make the jump into the top echelons on of the ECAC? Discuss.
    Rightnut, this old thread is due a refresh now the new era of young players will begin at Colgate. Since your original thread produced some good results over the last two seasons, I recommend you be the one to start a new thread for 2019-2020.

    The last 2 senior classes won't be forgotten, but 14 sophomore/freshman players will pave the way to their own legacy and keep things rolling....

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    Quote Originally Posted by WH Fan View Post
    Rightnut, this old thread is due a refresh now the new era of young players will begin at Colgate. Since your original thread produced some good results over the last two seasons, I recommend you be the one to start a new thread for 2019-2020.

    The last 2 senior classes won't be forgotten, but 14 sophomore/freshman players will pave the way to their own legacy and keep things rolling....
    The coach and his staff have done a remarkable job at Colgate. The future remains bright and excited to see where they end up in the rankings next year. Where are the gaps outside of losing a proven goal scorer like JE?

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    Re: Colgate & ECAC

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    The coach and his staff have done a remarkable job at Colgate. The future remains bright and excited to see where they end up in the rankings next year. Where are the gaps outside of losing a proven goal scorer like JE?
    Looking at their current lineup and incoming class. They have the potential to be an extremely dangerous group. There is something about a winning culture and almost the entire incoming class has won Internationally, nationally and at their club level against some of the world's best. I think this a dark horse school that will run with best. I think scoring will not be as much of a problem with the returning/incoming class. Perhaps an experienced starting goaltender and possibly the youth of this group might have some growing pains, but maybe not! ECAC looks to be an awesome division with Clarkson reloading, Princeton looking strong and Big Reds resurgence among all the other teams. Great to see. Any thoughts on who is going to play in the ECAC finals and win this year?

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