If no picture, no NCAA sanctions. Platty may have chosen to deal out internal punishment. UST may have concluded that whatever the women's team did was double plus ungood.
A few year ago Bowdoin vacated their NESCAC men's title when they discovered that the boys were celebrating and HORRORS!! alcohol was involved.
2007-2008 ECAC East/NESCAC Interlock Pick 'em winner
2007-2008 Last Person Standing Winner,
2013-2014 Last Person Standing Winner (tie)
2016-2017 Last Person Standing Winner
Nothing more the see here, let's move on. Welcome to the 21st Century NCAA!!
Both polls are out and Norwich is #1. Plattsburgh to #2 in both. USCHO D3hockey.com (The d3hockey site appears to have errors in their Previous week column). Don't remember off the top of my head last time the Cards weren't #1 in the polls, hats of to the Cadets.
Edit: Per d3hockey.com, Plattsburgh had been #1 since March 2, 2015.
This marks the first poll since March 2, 2015 in which Plattsburgh State did not claim the No. 1 spot. @d3hky— D3hockey.com (@d3hky) November 13, 2017
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Late to the party....sad to see that the blowhards can't keep this a "snowflake" free zone. You would think one place you could avoid calling someone a snowflake is a college hockey chat room...(now commence with calling me a snowflake.)
How the heck did Adrian lose to Northland?
NCHA League Champions: 2001, 2004, 2007, 2008
NCHA Tournament Champs: 2008
Frozen Four Participants: 2008
Three seniors from the Northwood School have committed to Plattsburgh together.
Notable Plattsburgh players who've come through the Northwood School include Stephanie Moberg, who graduated as a top ten career scorer and has gone on to coach at Castleton and Merrimack; Erin Brand an integral part of Plattsburgh's blue line and power play from 2014 - 2017 and scored the game winner in this past march's NCAA Championship Game and Maci Hoskins, a current junior defenseman and one of the alternate captains this season.
One comparable game that comes to mind is Buffalo State skating Plattsburgh to a tie in Buffalo for the last regular season game last February. Plattsburgh played some of the younger players against an underdog trying to defend their home ice and ended up getting surprised by the metaphorical left hook. Didn't end up costing them in the end and doubt this will mean much to Adrian come spring.
Plattsburgh hosts Oswego this weekend for some conference action. The Cards are coming off a 3-0 win over a pretty good team in the Toronto Jr Aeros, who boast about a dozen DI Commits. But in terms of official competition, this is their chance to bounce back from last week's loss to Norwich. Oswego has steadily got better year-by-year, and showed last year that they can defeat the Cardinals if PSUC doesn't bring their A-game. So, is this the year that the Lakers take an even bigger stride toward sharing conference glory with the national champions, or do the Cardinals use this weekend to get some winning momentum before facing very stiff competition in next week's UNO Classic
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