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    Re: Wisconsin Hockey 2018-2019 Part 2: Still not time for the witty thread title.

    Nice goal to put the Badgers ahead after 2. We've seen this show before though. Gotta finish.

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    Either team could have 5 goals right now.

    A couple of amazing stops by each keeper, a couple of misses on open nets.

    Both teams have offense playing up tempo and both teams have been getting pretty solid G play.

    Now let's see what happens on the PK...

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    Holy constant bad turnovers Batman! Can't keep relying on great saves to bail us out. Really sloppy in our own defensive end and neutral zone right now

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    Obviously Lebby's best game. He's at the bench laughing during the time out; pretty funny! The domers have been dominating of late...let's pop another one.

    The defense is horrible.

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    Just tuned in, is Miller playing? Out for the year? Or?

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    Quote Originally Posted by solovsfett View Post
    Just tuned in, is Miller playing? Out for the year? Or?
    I think I saw they were planning on him being out for the next few weeks, maybe back for the conference playoffs

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    Good win, but that game is 100% all on Lebby. Kid stood on his head tonight!

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    I think Howie could work with Lebedeff. He has potential.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rodhotter View Post
    I think Howie could work with Lebedeff. He has potential.
    If he had defense in front of him, he could be incredible. Half of the time, puppies are running into each other crapping on the carpets.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gwhinwi View Post
    Good win, but that game is 100% all on Lebby. Kid stood on his head tonight!
    Only heard part of the 3rd period but sounds like Lebedeff was outstanding. Maybe Howie can coach him up over the summer?

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    So I was super bored this morning and went back and looked at all the losses on the year:

    Clarkson - tied 2-2 in 3rd, lost 2-4, 2/4 PK, shots 28-25 UW
    Michigan Tech - had 1-0 lead in 1st, lost 6-2, 3/8 PK, shots 34-27 MTU
    North Dakota - lost 0-5, 3/3 PK, shots 24-23 UW
    North Dakota - tied at the end of regulation, lost 3-2 in OT, 8/9 PK, shots 35-23 UND
    Minnesota - up 2-0, gave up 3 goals in 1 minute 14 seconds, lost 3-2, 2/3 PK, shots 32-27 UW
    Ohio State - lost 0-4, 3/5 PK, shots 32-27 UW
    Ohio State - lost 1-3, 5/7 PK, shots 38-28 OSU
    Denver - tied 2-2 in 3rd, lost 3-6, 3/4 PK, shots 33-28 Denver
    Denver - tied 3-3 end of regulation, lost 3-4 in OT, 4/4 PK, shots 40-16 Denver
    Notre Dame - tied 4-4 halfway through 3rd, lost 6-4, 0/2 PK, shots 37-24 UW
    Minnesota - lost 4-9, 1/4 PK, shots 46-28 UW
    Michigan State - lost 1-4, 3/4 PK, shots 32-28 MSU
    Ohio State - tied 1-1 end of regulation, lost 1-2 in OT, 4/5 PK, shots 26-21 OSU
    Ohio State - lost 1-4, 7/7 PK, shots 30-23 UW


    Bolded are the winnable games and with a more experienced squad likely would result in a win. 3 of the 5 ties UW had a lead in the third period.

    There's some optimism for the future.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalbooya View Post
    So I was super bored this morning and went back and looked at all the losses on the year:

    Clarkson - tied 2-2 in 3rd, lost 2-4, 2/4 PK, shots 28-25 UW
    Michigan Tech - had 1-0 lead in 1st, lost 6-2, 3/8 PK, shots 34-27 MTU
    North Dakota - lost 0-5, 3/3 PK, shots 24-23 UW
    North Dakota - tied at the end of regulation, lost 3-2 in OT, 8/9 PK, shots 35-23 UND
    Minnesota - up 2-0, gave up 3 goals in 1 minute 14 seconds, lost 3-2, 2/3 PK, shots 32-27 UW
    Ohio State - lost 0-4, 3/5 PK, shots 32-27 UW
    Ohio State - lost 1-3, 5/7 PK, shots 38-28 OSU
    Denver - tied 2-2 in 3rd, lost 3-6, 3/4 PK, shots 33-28 Denver
    Denver - tied 3-3 end of regulation, lost 3-4 in OT, 4/4 PK, shots 40-16 Denver
    Notre Dame - tied 4-4 halfway through 3rd, lost 6-4, 0/2 PK, shots 37-24 UW
    Minnesota - lost 4-9, 1/4 PK, shots 46-28 UW
    Michigan State - lost 1-4, 3/4 PK, shots 32-28 MSU
    Ohio State - tied 1-1 end of regulation, lost 1-2 in OT, 4/5 PK, shots 26-21 OSU
    Ohio State - lost 1-4, 7/7 PK, shots 30-23 UW


    Bolded are the winnable games and with a more experienced squad likely would result in a win. 3 of the 5 ties UW had a lead in the third period.

    There's some optimism for the future.
    If they instead win the 3 OT losses, (UND, DU, OSU ) which they were probably the more deserving team in all of them, plus win one more game, I believe they would be in the top 15 right now. There is not a lot of space at all separating teams 10-35 -- mostly a few plays and a little puck luck.

    All three underdogs won in the B1G last night and it's now only 5 points from 2nd to 7th with the Badgers having games in hand on 3 of the five teams above them. String a couple wins and home ice is still a possibility.

    I still feel this is a team on the brink of a lot of success in the future.

    The Hammer was awesome and showed his quality and competitiveness last night. Really like the way he has played overall. Peltonen struggled, but I give him credit for battling and maintaining his poise, as at this point, he has probably less than an hour more D-1 ice time in total then I do. Emberson was really good playing with him. Emberson is really good every single night.

    Mersch all freshman line was great. Tony sent those guys over the boards for the faceoff after the timeout in the closing minutes with confidence. And Achan drew the penalty on that shift that essentially ended it.

    I don't expect another road win tonight as it sounds like Inamoto, who has been playing banged up most of the year, is questionable and the other D logged a ton of minutes last night. ND is on the bubble and desperately need to win this game to preserve a chance at an at large bid. Don't expect a win, but drop the puck and anything can happen.
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    Messner shouldn't be on the penalty kill. He's awful at it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalbooya View Post
    Messner shouldn't be on the penalty kill. He's awful at it.
    Nobody's very good at it.

    4 to 1. This one's over. Very disappointing after last night but it shows you cannot lean on the goalie all the time. Lebby saved their asses last night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCityRich View Post
    Nobody's very good at it.

    4 to 1. This one's over. Very disappointing after last night but it shows you cannot lean on the goalie all the time. Lebby saved their asses last night.
    No, it's specifically him. Look at the goals for Notre Dame tonight. It's his guy on the power play goals. I've noticed he's been the one making mistakes on the PK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalbooya View Post
    No, it's specifically him. Look at the goals for Notre Dame tonight. It's his guy on the power play goals. I've noticed he's been the one making mistakes on the PK.
    Speaks to bad coaching doesnít it?

    1 - heís not improving
    2 - the coaches donít pull him off pk

    But beyond that, I donít see the steady improvements youíd typically see with players getting coached up as the season goes along. How have The sophomores and Freshman improved from day 1???

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    Quote Originally Posted by solovsfett View Post
    Speaks to bad coaching doesn’t it?

    1 - he’s not improving
    2 - the coaches don’t pull him off pk

    But beyond that, I don’t see the steady improvements you’d typically see with players getting coached up as the season goes along. How have The sophomores and Freshman improved from day 1???
    Doesn't look good going forward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by solovsfett View Post
    Speaks to bad coaching doesn’t it?

    1 - he’s not improving
    2 - the coaches don’t pull him off pk

    But beyond that, I don’t see the steady improvements you’d typically see with players getting coached up as the season goes along. How have The sophomores and Freshman improved from day 1???
    It really does speak to coaching when a guy has the puck for a few seconds at the point and our guy still doesn't have his stick in the right lane. Also, what is our PK strategy? It feels like we've got one forward chasing the three guys at the point, left and right walls. Then there's an awkward small triangle down low. Is that an actual strategy? What happened to the typical box that every team runs? With the current setup you've got one forward caught in no-man's land and the other is just standing there looking really out of position (especially with his stick in the wrong lane). People wonder why the opposing team's power play gets the puck so in close to our net. The answer is literally right there.

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    Re: Wisconsin Hockey 2018-2019 Part 2: Still not time for the witty thread title.

    Quote Originally Posted by digitalbooya View Post
    It really does speak to coaching when a guy has the puck for a few seconds at the point and our guy still doesn't have his stick in the right lane. Also, what is our PK strategy? It feels like we've got one forward chasing the three guys at the point, left and right walls. Then there's an awkward small triangle down low. Is that an actual strategy? What happened to the typical box that every team runs? With the current setup you've got one forward caught in no-man's land and the other is just standing there looking really out of position (especially with his stick in the wrong lane). People wonder why the opposing team's power play gets the puck so in close to our net. The answer is literally right there.
    The PK also gets shredded on passes from the boards to the backdoor. Like clockwork.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WiscTJK View Post
    Continue on here.

    Stats after MSU:

    PWR T31st of 60 down 2 spots
    GPG 3.08 down 7 spots to 19th
    GAA 3.35 down one spot to tie for 47th
    PP% 18.18% tie for 27th, down 5 spots
    PK% 71.56% up one spot to 59th
    Pen Minutes 12.50 up one spot (worse) to tie for 16th (1st is the most penalties)
    Faceoff % 41.9% still dead last at 60th (and still dead last)
    Stats after Golden Domes:

    PWR T31st of 60 - no change
    GPG 2.87 down 10 spots to 29th
    GAA 3.30 still at 47th
    PP% 16.52% down 11 spots to 38th
    PK% 72.87% still 59th
    Pen Minutes 13.20 up six spots (worse) to 10th (1st is the most penalties)
    Faceoff % 42.3% still dead last at 60th

    And the good times keep rolling. Best stat is goals per game at 29th of 60 teams. Hooray!

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