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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    lol...playing on best team in america and in the worst conf in the world. sorry, but no.

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    ok..how about the best coach %wise, and one that is not a total ***hole??

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Easy...same reason at USA nationals there is always a young, inexperienced FEMALE ref in charge of big games....PC BS beats actually being competent these days. Got the picture??

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Turns out that little old Williams gave Platty the most competitive came of the NCAA [ya, Endicott, but look at the Box, that was a fluke]. West once again goes down w/o much of a fight.

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    Re: D3 18-19 season

    Bearcat.....are you having a conversation with yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcat View Post
    Turns out that little old Williams gave Platty the most competitive came of the NCAA [ya, Endicott, but look at the Box, that was a fluke]. West once again goes down w/o much of a fight.
    Biased opinion: Yes, Williams gave Plattsburgh the toughest win of the tournament, but having watched all four games for the Cardinals, my personal observation was that Hamline was the fastest and strongest team the Cardinals faced. For the second meeting in a row, Hamline outshot Plattsburgh. In my opinion, the difference was goaltending: O’Brien was good, Abbott was great.

    Hamline is no joke, they’re just not quite there yet.

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