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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Trefzger View Post
    RITís published game notes from sports information state that Gabe is back in the lineup.
    Always go to the Trefzger for good news!!!

    I just posted this on Twitter numbers from Niagara that show just how much tougher the Atlantic is these days

    Since joining AHA NU is 94-119-35 (Conf) with 1 regular season title and 1 NCAA Appearance

    CHA Niagara was 116-68-28 (Conf) 3 Regular Season Titles, 3 tournament titles, and 3 NCAA Appearances
    Course, That's Just my Opinion, I Could Be Wrong.

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Naeger View Post
    I just posted this on Twitter numbers from Niagara that show just how much tougher the Atlantic is these days

    Since joining AHA NU is 94-119-35 (Conf) with 1 regular season title and 1 NCAA Appearance

    CHA Niagara was 116-68-28 (Conf) 3 Regular Season Titles, 3 tournament titles, and 3 NCAA Appearances
    Not sure how those numbers show that. I think Niagara is objectively a worse team right now than they were eight years ago when they first joined the league.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Naeger View Post
    Always go to the Trefzger for good news!!!

    I just posted this on Twitter numbers from Niagara that show just how much tougher the Atlantic is these days

    Since joining AHA NU is 94-119-35 (Conf) with 1 regular season title and 1 NCAA Appearance

    CHA Niagara was 116-68-28 (Conf) 3 Regular Season Titles, 3 tournament titles, and 3 NCAA Appearances
    Now run those numbers with Robert Morris and Air Force.

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by jflory81 View Post
    Now run those numbers with Robert Morris and Air Force.
    Just look at Chris Lerch's preview of the NU - AFA series where it says that while in the AHA Air Force is 20-9-2 against Niagara, in the CHA Niagara was 22-6-2 against Air Force. In those cases it has less to do with the relative strength of the conferences than the teams themselves. As was just stated, Niagara was a significantly better team in those days than they are now. The reverse can be said of Air Force.
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    I think some people are raising good points about the facts that lay behind those numbers. One other I will bring up is Niagara Athletics in general have seen a decline in performance across the board. So I admit that has something to do with the number. But do remember that many people consider the CHA a much better conference that the MAAC/Atlantic. I do think there are some interesting tidbits in these numbers.

    Further more it is interesting when you consider Air Force and Robert Morris, and oh don't forget Army was in there for a season (99-00). Air Force left the conference 4 years before the conference collapsed. When they left they were far from a power house, never winning a CHA Title and never even made it to the Championship game. That program changed dramatically when they joined the AHA. Robert Morris really has an argument for the most consistent performer in AHA play, especially if you remove this year's numbers. That being said they only won the AHA once.

    NCAA Tournament numbers also interesting in it's 11 year history the CHA was 3-10, in 15 years the AHA is 7-16.

    There a lot more to the story of the changing college hockey landscape, but I remember some Niagara Alums complaining about go to the inferior Atlantic when they made the move and it's a little funny now...
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Well, half way through the 2nd and Drake to out Adriano in. That kind of says it all. Getting beat all over the ice. Tigers look really slow out there.
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by XCTiger View Post
    Well, half way through the 2nd and Drake to out Adriano in. That kind of says it all. Getting beat all over the ice. Tigers look really slow out there.
    Andriano just gave up a woeful goal as well....just wow.
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    I remember a game at Bentley that was like this. Tigers gave up eight goals that night. 8-2 was the final score in that game
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by RIT Winters View Post
    Andriano just gave up a woeful goal as well....just wow.
    When your only thought is hoping they just win the 3rd, it tells you how bad it is. This just awful.
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    To finish reading the Stat sheet. The pairing of Valette and McKay is a combine -8 after 40. That's a rough night...

    Short is in net and it's 8-2 SHU

    I'm going to do a double shot for every goal they give up tonight. Whose with me?
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    One word: Pathetic.

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    One word: Pathetic.
    I have other words, but I think Scott Biggar would yell at me...
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    So who is the goalie tomorrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    One word: Pathetic.
    Exhibition game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blazer777 View Post
    So who is the goalie tomorrow?
    Drackett.

    Donít think it will matter though. Unless this is the hockey version of rope a dope Iím not sure the Tigers will climb out of this mental hole.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Naeger View Post
    I have other words, but I think Scott Biggar would yell at me...
    Scott yelled at me earlier this week, so you should be safe...

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    Scott yelled at me earlier this week, so you should be safe...
    Remember when Lerch was the "serious" one?
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Downstate_RIT_Fan View Post
    Drackett.

    Donít think it will matter though. Unless this is the hockey version of rope a dope Iím not sure the Tigers will climb out of this mental hole.
    Definitely Drackett tomorrow, but the first goal is going to be a big one. Tigers have to score first. I think they're so fragile now that if they fall behind, it's going to be all over.
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    I think they should start Matt Campbell in net
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2018/2019 - Time For The Tigers to Roar <<<

    When you take into account quality of opposition and stakes of the game, that may have been the worst performance of RIT's D-1 history...

    They've got about 21 hours to pull it together.

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