Well I decided not to drive to Worcester to see the second Holy Cross game and I could not find it on cable.
Harvard did not post the usual box score on the website and Holy Cross posted a box score but did not post a losing of penalties, just the total of 4 penalties totaling 19 minutes with no details as to for what and by who.
The only way I can get to 19 minutes is two minors plus a major and a ten minute misconduct. Can anybody fill me in on what happened?
"... And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;" -- Rudyard Kipling
Thank you very much, I was curious. No idea why Harvard Athletics did not post the box.
Last year her sister Denna came to almost all the home games. I have not seen her this year but I have assumed maybe she has a new PT regime or has started back to school. I believe I saw Lexie's mum at the Friday Holy Cross game.
I guess we will find out eventually
So of course it makes the most sense that there are undergrads who are friends with Lexie (or friends of friends) who know what is going on rather than some people on a message board who don't know Lexie from Eve.
HIPAA is thorny, but more so than KRACH, RPI and PWR? You’ve helped us work our way around them. Surely the federal government can’t be as challenging . . .
Last edited by thirdtime's . . .; 11-22-2017 at 11:15 AM.
A bit disappointing !!
Well the question as to where Lexie Laing is was answered tonight. She was at Bright-Landry tonight on crutches watching the game with her sister Denna.
Lexie had hip surgery and is apparently out for the year. Sad to learn that, nice kid and good player
Hate to miss the rematch at Conte. I’ll be in North Korea.
(Btw, Happy T-Day all.)
My not watching didn’t seem to affect the outcome at Schenectady. (Truth be told, everyone but the losing team appreciates a Union turn-around.)
Harvard with 15 skaters yesterday, 14 today: no Tse, no Hallett, no Dani K, with Colbert off the roster after 9 games, while Warner has no recorded ice time at all (?). Never mind. They’ll be in fine shape for BC after they tune-up with Colgate next weekend.
Last edited by thirdtime's . . .; 01-06-2018 at 05:57 PM.
No doubt about it, it's been very frustrating this year. Time and chance happeneth to us all. In addition to the current injuries, just think, two years ago when we looked ahead to this season we would have expected to be seeing an additional forward line, consisting of of Laing-Heffernan-Zarzecki, out there. We now have a very small, very young team, but can enjoy some good play this year from them and clearly look ahead to better times.
Tied for ECAC #1, ( #3 PWR ) #4 'gate moves past last weekend's sweep to Harvard/Dartmouth in the coming weekend.
A. O. Jan 8, 2018 ,The Schedule trumps “seat of the pants eyeball tests” as predictors of 2017-18 regular/post-season
Despite agreeing with some of the reservations expressed about this team’s on ice performance, the reservations become background noise now. At this point, I consider observations like this, made during the season, less important, even if the accuracy of the observations persist: a. not being an “elite” team, b. having “unconvincing wins,” c.“struggling, d.” being “overrated in the polls,” e. “struggling vs. any Top PWR team,” etc.
Everything is subordinated to finessing the schedule from here for maximizing what are significant accomplishments for 'GATE WIH's year and the culmination of a marvelous 3 year program renaissance. The risk-reward of this path will change week-by-week in the six weeks of regular season play remaining. Knowing what's significant and yet likely-doable for this team is important now. I think my goals are attainable. Let’s call it the "slipping under the radar scenario." My ultimate goal is satisfied by: 1. smartly exceeding the record 22 win seasons of 15-16 and 16-17, 2. making it to the ECAC Final via a win as 2 or 3 seed in the ECAC Tournament bye and semi-final rounds and 3. maintaining a top 4 PWR post season-getting an invite to the 2018 NCAA tournament-w.o an ECAC Championship and regardless of NCAA seed.
1. Clarkson- the odds on favorite. Even dropping a 2nd game to ‘gate may not prevent ECAC championship on their ice ? Don’t have to beat them to get to NCAA.
2. Colgate-13 games left; 7 at home over next three weeks. Harvard this weekend and St Lawrence-Clarkson on 1/26-7 are the "biggies"
3. St. Lawrence-3 pts out of 1st, might upcoming game @ Colgate determine who gets 2nd or 3rd place ECAC RS position ? How much does it matter ?
4. Cornell- dropped two games this past weekend and fell 4 pts behind. Playing the same schedule as ‘gate, can they make it up with the same 12 remaining games as ‘gate ? No wiggle room with Clarkson, St Lawrence and arch rival Harvard ( 2),
5. Harvard: 2 games each left against Clarkson, St. Lawrence, Cornell and Colgate. Need I say more about probability of being a factor ?
6. Quinnipiac- Their 16 pt. ECAC 1st place tie this week is virtually meaningless. They only have 8 ECAC games to play while the rest of the league has 12.
For the backstory of this 3 year renaissance of 'gate WIH : https://www.tapatalk.com/groups/colg...round-t23.html
Last edited by Raider Archivist; 01-08-2018 at 01:38 PM.
But, the C-H h&h's significance is not consequential because H's remaining schedule is a killer for post-season jockeying. Harvard has a big challenge ahead in the next 6 weeks: h & h's with Clarkson, Colgate, Cornell and St Lawrence. Quite a gauntlet of 8 tough games. They won't win all of them.
Last edited by Raider Archivist; 01-14-2018 at 11:04 PM.
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