Dave Quinn's haircut costs BU more than I paid in tuition to Lowell for 4 years and a degree
Jerry York is a nice person
No one cheats on faceoffs as nicely as UConn
Maine was good once
Amherst is awful, and that isn't going to change
Merrimack is in North Andover, so thats gotta be boring
Northeastern still can't find a goalie
Providence is nice people, alliance still on
JCarter is the smartest person to graduate from UVM (let that sink in for a minute)
UNH won't win 14 games because they will lose in the (fake) first round of the playoffs to Maine.
There is a game tomorrow and we still don't have a season thread.
According to the Concord Monitor UNH will be without Patrick Grasso this weekend.
https://www.concordmonitor.com/Univer...owell-12922184Missing from the ice was Patrick Grasso, one of the top freshman forwards in the country last season with 20 goals and 13 assists. Grasso is dealing with a shoulder injury and has already been scratched from the lineup for the opening weekend.
I am planning my first trip to Tsongas. Any advice/information/recommendations for seats and arena layout (sight lines, best rows, etc)? Thanks in advance
Are you a Maine fan? The visitor's section is in 115 and the surrounding sections. These are in a corner facing the team benches. Honestly I don't think there is a bad seat anywhere except each end if the safety net bothers you.
Last edited by Middle Street; 10-06-2017 at 08:41 AM.
Ryan Lohin got robbed
Croix and T Wall made the cut
Wilson makes it 1-0 on what sounds like a mediocre powerplay
Well that sounded heartbreaking
Some good. More bad. Lots to work on.
Can't disappear for an entire period and expect to win. We're gonna see some lineup changes tomorrow.
Game highlights and postgame press conference:
Last edited by boblav1; 10-06-2017 at 11:49 PM.
Season's over people*. They lost to UNH... let that sink in. And here's an idea, how about we stop with the banner ceremonies. Last time they had a big ceremony, Lowell was #1 in the country and they lost to Sacred Heart. UNH was faster and stronger all night, Lowell's D was just standing around in their zone for most of the night.
*I reserve the right to swap to saying Lowell's going to Minneapolis if they win tonight.
Is anyone heading to Durham tonight?
Few takes from last night
1 stretch pass the entire game Lohin couldn't corral it, but they seem to be moving away from the reliance on the stretch pass. Or, it could be related to the fact they struggled to establish their transition game which has always been a quality of the Bazin era Hawks. Entering and establishing the zone during Power Play time was a significant problem last night. As was puck retention in the attack zone. Not having man sitting at the top of zone along the boards during the 3rd period Power Play showed a lack of discipline. But I do think a big part of that is due to the loss of Zink and Kapla and their offense first mentality.
Did it feel like Norm was skating a 4 man roto on the D lines? Matty G. was a -3 and Tyler was a -2 not a good look for our "top" pairing.
On the sheet they won faceoffs 42-34 but I felt like Lowell lost A LOT of draws in the attacking zone.
More physicality is going to be needed in the Lowell zone in regards to clearing out opposing players from the front of the net
I think Connor Wilson is in for a YUUUGE year and Lohin is going to turn heads around the league, but I was most encouraged but Levesque has high skill offensively and made a great play along the boards last night stripping UNH of the puck in their own zone, more of that please.
I see you guys must have a soft spot for the Umile quest for 600. Such good sportsmanship....
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