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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Puckfan90 View Post
    With 2:30 left to play, RPI looks like they just want the game to be over. Just slapping the puck around with no purpose...
    I guess that answers my question.

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    SLU net is empty with 59s left...

    And RPI ices the puck...
    2nd icing with 50s left...

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    RPI misses the open net from the blue line

    Timeout Saints with 11.7s left.

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    No shots in the last 11.7s and RPI escapes with the WIN!

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    final

    RPI 6
    SLU 5

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    Not pretty but weíll take it!

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    That was an odd game. Savory tomorrow, and lets see what happens.

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    Its never easy.
    Bring on Clarkson.
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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    This one could have should have been a cake walk. We scored 6! But for me Having marshall in net right now is like having a radar detector in your car that is not working. You feel protected but in actuality you have no protection. He has talent, some day he may be so good that he is a starter in the NHL. But right now, I have zero confidence that he can stop what is necessary in the RPI net for us to being a competitive team. If we do not have anything better on the bench, then we have no place to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DrDemento View Post
    Why in the world would any decent coach wait even that long? You have to put all personal feelings behind you and do what is right for the team to win.
    Win on a given night or win in the long run? He may see more potential in Marshall that he can develop. He may believe in the value of depth. He may be delusional, I donít know for sure. Belichick has often been questioned for skimping on salaries at some positions (why wouldnít he put the best team on the field) but they always spend to the salary cap and when injuries pile up during the season we see the value he puts on having a deeper roster (by saving some money for critical subs). Whatever the reason, if it works Smith will be a hero and if it doesnít he wonít be around long.

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    We're going to need to have Savory at his best to have a chance against Clarkson tomorrow night.

    I'll look to Ralph to confirm, but I believe with this win - our 6th - we've matched the number of W's we had last year?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Puckfan90 View Post
    We're going to need to have Savory at his best to have a chance against Clarkson tomorrow night.

    I'll look to Ralph to confirm, but I believe with this win - our 6th - we've matched the number of W's we had last year?
    Thatís true, but we had 4 ties last year and none this year so we havenít matched last yearís point total.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpi82 View Post
    Thatís true, but we had 4 ties last year and none this year so we havenít matched last yearís point total.
    Thatís the first time since Smith became head coach that RPI has won two straight games. Last time it happened was 1/28 and 2/3/17 against Clarkson and Colgate.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RPI fan 4 life View Post
    Thatís the first time since Smith became head coach that RPI has won two straight games. Last time it happened was 1/28 and 2/3/17 against Clarkson and Colgate.
    What about the Union weekend?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rpi82 View Post
    What about the Union weekend?
    OMG! My bad. 😨

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Puckfan90 View Post
    We're going to need to have Savory at his best to have a chance against Clarkson tomorrow night.

    I'll look to Ralph to confirm, but I believe with this win - our 6th - we've matched the number of W's we had last year?
    While they may not have been very ascetically pleasing wins, we have won two straight games. And we have scored 8 goals in the last approximately 61:30. Just sayin.'

    Clarkson is a tough opponent who has had our number over the last few years, no illusions about that. Let's see where we go tomorrow night. Let's go, Red!

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    Quote Originally Posted by fr. joe View Post
    While they may not have been very ascetically pleasing wins, we have won two straight games. And we have scored 8 goals in the last approximately 61:30. Just sayin.'

    Clarkson is a tough opponent who has had our number over the last few years, no illusions about that. Let's see where we go tomorrow night. Let's go, Red!
    a few years?
    I'd say almost 70 years.

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    Quote Originally Posted by Ralph Baer View Post
    a few years?
    I'd say almost 70 years.
    Lol! Much truth to that!

    That we haven't scored against CCT in the last about 4 or 5 games was what was on my mind.

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    Re: RPI @ SLU, Friday, 1/11/19

    That was quite the sieve-fest. I was surprised the band showed up; they mentioned they've already started classes, so I imagine Joe Pisacano couldn't make the trip up on that account. Maybe tomorrow? The roads were actually quite nice.

    At least we also showed that we can hold a lead, even if we were making it tough on ourselves and had some loosey-goosey D there for a couple minutes. I was beginning to wonder if it'd be like the 08-09 game up there.

    Let's just hope we didn't use up our scoring quota for the month, and can maybe put one in tomorrow night vs. a team we haven't scored on since AspyDad's Great Coach was behind the bench.
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