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    Lovisa nominated for ECAC Goalie of the Year along with Sauvé (Clarkson) and Reed (Harvard). Lovisa leads the three of them in Sv% and minutes played, but has the worst GAA and record (tied with Reed) of the set. I'm obviously biased, but I don't see how they can give it to anyone but her. Hopefully the committee (I don't actually know who chooses these awards) agrees with me.

    EDIT: Looks like editorializing made me late.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lugnut92 View Post
    Lovisa nominated for ECAC Goalie of the Year along with Sauvé (Clarkson) and Reed (Harvard). Lovisa leads the three of them in Sv% and minutes played, but has the worst GAA and record (tied with Reed) of the set. I'm obviously biased, but I don't see how they can give it to anyone but her. Hopefully the committee (I don't actually know who chooses these awards) agrees with me.

    EDIT: Looks like editorializing made me late.
    Agreed. Reed is very, very good, but Selander is just that much better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hab View Post
    Agreed. Reed is very, very good, but Selander is just that much better.
    All 3 are top netminders but have to say that Selander should win it. Reed will win the Rookie of the Year award.

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    Re: RPI Engineers 2018-2019

    Everybody ready for hab's infamous year-end review? No? Doesn't matter, here it comes anyway:
    2 things to keep in mind here: 1) I watch a LOT of RPI women's hockey games, very closely; and 2) I am hopelessly biased in favour of this team.

    OK, with that out of the way, here goes: I LOVED this year's version of the Engineers (I know, you have heard me say that a few times before). Of course everyone is focused on the truly historic performance of the great Lovisa, as they should be, but I want to focus on the other things I loved about this team. The coaching staff and the players seemed to understand their strengths and limitations and made the most of the former. This was a very, very gritty team that worked very hard in every game to give Lovisa a chance to make each save. Really tough in their own end...I mean REALLY tough. Don't come in to our blue paint!! And incredibly opportunistic on their rare scoring opportunities (Orosz is clearly the best sharp-shooter we have ever had). As an outsider it is always tough to know how much of this comes from on-ice leadership from upper classmen (women) and how much comes from coaching staff so I will just tip my hat to both.

    Going forward...clearly we need to improve team speed...a lot! Cornell skated circles around us.

    But I don't want to end on a negative note: just want to repeat that I loved the 2018-2019 Engineers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hab View Post
    Going forward...clearly we need to improve team speed...a lot! Cornell skated circles around us.
    Among next year's players, Neutral Zone's evaluations have several times written very positively about Bukvic's speed. Once there was a positive comment on Zahirnyi's speed. On no others expected in the fall was speed mentioned. (Neutral Zone rarely mentions negatives.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by lugnut92 View Post
    She's a Boston Pride draftee.
    She's been pretty emphatic about her desire to play for Boston as well I believe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    Lovisa = best
    Đamn straight. Basically guarantees that she'll win goalie of the year as well.
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    Article by Perry Laskaris on LS's selection to ECAC first team. https://rpiathletics.com/news/2019/3...ac-hockey.aspx

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    Quote Originally Posted by lugnut92 View Post
    Đamn straight. Basically guarantees that she'll win goalie of the year as well.

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    All time leading scorer Cindy Acropolis Toye visited the HFH with her daughter Kyley who plays for the Lawrenceville School (class of '22).

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    All time leading scorer Cindy Acropolis Toye visited the HFH with her daughter Kylie who plays for the Lawrenceville School (class of '22).

    For those who never had the chance to see Cindy play at RPI, please check the RPI record book and look under most goals, most points and most penalty minutes. A rare combination of talent and temper who competed here in brick on the boys hockey team when Brick High School was the state power.
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    https://collegecommitments.com/Commi...x?x7cq9=FEMALE shows that Audrey McCutcheon of Stanstead College committed for 2021.
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    McCutcheon went 60-28-20-48-4, second on the team as a soph https://stansteadcollege.myschoolapp...ad_2646042.pdf. #1 of course has committed to CCT.

    NZ ranks her as 3.50.

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    I don't know what this is about.


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