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Last edited by shelfit; 02-12-2019 at 11:35 AM.
"... And lose, and start again at your beginnings
And never breathe a word about your loss;" -- Rudyard Kipling
Last edited by shelfit; 02-12-2019 at 12:04 PM.
If the walk-ons are such a negative, that says a lot about a program's culture.
Last edited by shelfit; 02-12-2019 at 10:14 PM.
With the loss, cannot get home ice for the playoffs. With Yale's loss, any win, tie, or non-win-by-Yale means we make the playoffs. 5th and 6th are 1 point above us in 7th.
Time to look forward to our last 3 games against 3 very talented teams: Princeton this afternoon, Colgate and Cornell next weekend. Two objectives: 1) need to somehow pick up one point in case Yale runs the table on their remaining schedule; and 2) dress rehearsal for the first round of playoffs. Chances are very good that we will face one of these three teams in the first round. With its defensive style RPI is capable of upsetting any team in one game, but the challenge of beating one of these teams in a three game series is beyond the capability of what we have seen from this team so far this year. So the question is: can they find another gear? I will be watching all games.
Cornell just beat Yale, so we're headed to the playoffs no matter what.
I am dumbfounded, and over the moon. We beat Princeton, on their home ice, the same way that we always win. Strong goaltending, discipline, tough defence. I LOVE this year's version of the Engineers! Most years, I overestimate RPI...but this year I have tended to sell them short. They have already exceeded my expectations for the year...now let's finish it off with a strong final weekend and a playoff performance like no other.
RPI Pep Band
GO GO GO YOU RED RED RED!!! and I guess Yale?
🎶🎺🎺🎺 LET'S GO BLUES!
2017-2018 RPI Pick to Click – Champion
2013-2016 RPI Pick to Click – Back-to-Back-to-Back Runner-Up
2014-2015 ECAC Pick the Standings – Last Place
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