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    Quote Originally Posted by Ryecheers View Post
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    What makes you believe that Griffin will produce 10-15 goals as soon as his sophomore year? He managed to produce just 8 goals in each of the past two seasons in the NCDC. You may very well be prescient, but Iím curious to know your reasoning. If NU felt the same way, I doubt they would ask him to wait another year.
    For one thing, Iíve never believed that development is as linear as so many people want it to be. Griffin was a top prospect, but dipped a bit - each season is a small sample size and it still seems just as likely, to me, that he is still the top prospect that tore up the U16 level and was the NCDCís top-prospect (while scoring 8 goals) as a 16/17 y/o than he is the kid who leveled off at 8 in his 17/18 year.

    Gildon leveled off and UW dropped him - but heís gotten back on track and shown a lot of ability and production at UNH. UW would love to have had him the last few years, but they bet on his stalled development instead of his initial potential...

    Itís notable that NU didnít really dropped Griffin, rather deferred him - so they may still believe in him as a player, just not yet, and didnít want to waste a line-up spot on his development during a season in which they expect to compete.

    UNH once deferred a top prospect for an underwhelming, 10-goal season in JRs, but that down season simply proved to be a bump in the road en route to a 71-goal career at Union...

    Also, at UNH Griffin is likely to be playing a regular top-6 role as early as his SO season - if not sooner. Itís possible NU is right about him not filling that role on their roster and UNH correct about his ability to do so for them. UNHís high-skill forward depth may lack but heíll be surrounded by some very good and experienced offensive skill in the top-six, including Crookshank, Grasso, Pierson, Kelleher, Margel and Richels, etc. The opportunity will be there, along with likely PP time...

    Maybe he ends up more like Charlie Kelleher - contributing 15-20 assists rather than a lot of goals. Or maybe Iím wrong altogether and heís never that kind of player or prospect - or it may not matter much for UNH even if he is - but itís still a better gamble for the Wildcats based entirely on where they are as a program.

    For an NU team poised to compete, BVR as a grad transfer could be a significant piece. Theyíre recent recruiting success is well established, they can find a long term replacement for Griffin pretty easily and add an established player today. Thatís a win for them.

    UNH is still in long term rebuild mode - they need to accumulate long term assets. If they can grab a number of potential 10-15 goal types, enough should pan out that they might once again skate the type of offense UNH is accustomed to. Adding an offensively driven (4-year) prospect is a win for the Wildcats, even if it comes with some risk of not planning out - whatever percentage anyone would put on Griffin teaching that level of production down the road, Iíd rather take that chance for UNH than even a sure thing 10 goals next season when the maximum impact is limited...

    BVR (or any transfer) popping double digit goals could make a tangible difference for NU, but for UNH that may only mean bottom half of the mid-pack to the top of the middle. So, whether Griffin performs at that level or not, itís really just about UNH needing long-term talent and not quick fixes based on where they find themselves...
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    Re: UNH Wildcats 2019 Offseason - How Much Progress Did We Really Make This Past Seas

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    I guess from your estimate that most people paid 50% for next year in March must be true. They sent me a note saying that I did not have to pay in March. I believe many did not pay, but you have better info than I do. The final day to pay your bill was supposed to be 9/1. Many paid in June or July. I am sure they (UNH) still have seats available. If you are continuing from last year you will pay the same as prior years. Those with new season tickets will pay more.

    I believe that Hockey East is going to have tickets available for all teams that are purchased from their website. You should be able to select seats and there will be an upcharge. Other than BU, it will probably be about the same price as most of the other Hockey East teams. I cannot remember a sellout in the past few years. I am guessing that you can get tickets at the window at almost all Hockey East Venues. We were close to sellout for Maine game at the Whitt and that is probably it. BC was a morgue when we played them in Conte last year. BU was 50-60% full, Merrimack had more fans on some weekends than some of our rivals (their seating is about 2,000). Their prices are about the same as UNH at present. They all have thanksgiving ticket promotions at a lower $ amount and we are playing them early for $ 20 and probably $10-15 in December. It was easy to get tickets at Maine. You want a good seat (with seatback) at Maine you pony up $50. Most are around $20 at Maine. Vermont was mostly sold out and we bought them in advance but would have been able to buy decent seats at the day of the game. Vermont Seatbacks are $40 and bucket seats are about $20. Lowell is one of the few that give you discounts for 10 or more seats and it is half price and they are usually 75% -85% full. Providence had plenty of empty seats the last couple of years even when they were in the top 10. UConn and UMass are reasonable (Umass much more than UConn). Northeastern is $23 and we are not playing them on the road this year. We are not playing in VT this year either
    It is unlikely that our UNH ticket office is going to pay excess money for the 10-20 people who want the away game tickets at face value. They would lose money if they decided to go back to 5+ years ago when you could get tickets at face value.
    For what it is worth, Robbie Griffin is a better hockey player than anyone on this board. If we all had a subscription to the rating agencies, anyone can come up with others’ viewpoints to come up with who is worth what. It takes the fun out of it.

    I am happy Watcher is on the Griffin train and hope the rest of you are by November. No more dinging Joe Hankinson please. He may be a very good player and maybe much more than a 4th liner. We had many UNH players who were a bad fit with their USHL team for their strengths and they had very good careers at UNH.

    Looking to see the puck drop today in practice at the Whit. I hope to see you all at the Exhibition game on Homecoming Weekend Sunday at 1. We will have many home games in November.

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    Re: UNH Wildcats 2019 Offseason - How Much Progress Did We Really Make This Past Seas

    If we can only criticize hockey players if we're better than them, this thread is gonna have some real issues complaining about JvR.

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNH1932 View Post
    Scott

    I guess from your estimate that most people paid 50% for next year in March must be true. They sent me a note saying that I did not have to pay in March. I believe many did not pay, but you have better info than I do. The final day to pay your bill was supposed to be 9/1. Many paid in June or July. I am sure they (UNH) still have seats available. If you are continuing from last year you will pay the same as prior years. Those with new season tickets will pay more.

    I believe that Hockey East is going to have tickets available for all teams that are purchased from their website. You should be able to select seats and there will be an upcharge. Other than BU, it will probably be about the same price as most of the other Hockey East teams. I cannot remember a sellout in the past few years. I am guessing that you can get tickets at the window at almost all Hockey East Venues. We were close to sellout for Maine game at the Whitt and that is probably it. BC was a morgue when we played them in Conte last year. BU was 50-60% full, Merrimack had more fans on some weekends than some of our rivals (their seating is about 2,000). Their prices are about the same as UNH at present. They all have thanksgiving ticket promotions at a lower $ amount and we are playing them early for $ 20 and probably $10-15 in December. It was easy to get tickets at Maine. You want a good seat (with seatback) at Maine you pony up $50. Most are around $20 at Maine. Vermont was mostly sold out and we bought them in advance but would have been able to buy decent seats at the day of the game. Vermont Seatbacks are $40 and bucket seats are about $20. Lowell is one of the few that give you discounts for 10 or more seats and it is half price and they are usually 75% -85% full. Providence had plenty of empty seats the last couple of years even when they were in the top 10. UConn and UMass are reasonable (Umass much more than UConn). Northeastern is $23 and we are not playing them on the road this year. We are not playing in VT this year either
    It is unlikely that our UNH ticket office is going to pay excess money for the 10-20 people who want the away game tickets at face value. They would lose money if they decided to go back to 5+ years ago when you could get tickets at face value.
    For what it is worth, Robbie Griffin is a better hockey player than anyone on this board. If we all had a subscription to the rating agencies, anyone can come up with othersí viewpoints to come up with who is worth what. It takes the fun out of it.

    I am happy Watcher is on the Griffin train and hope the rest of you are by November. No more dinging Joe Hankinson please. He may be a very good player and maybe much more than a 4th liner. We had many UNH players who were a bad fit with their USHL team for their strengths and they had very good careers at UNH.

    Looking to see the puck drop today in practice at the Whit. I hope to see you all at the Exhibition game on Homecoming Weekend Sunday at 1. We will have many home games in November.
    A lot to sift through here, 32. But, I will posit that there should be tickets available at the Bentley Arena on October 18th. As far as I know, the only Bentley sell out last season was when the Chestnut Hillbillies visited from 7 miles afar. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheRevengeance View Post
    If we can only criticize hockey players if we're better than them, this thread is gonna have some real issues complaining about JvR.
    If that's the criteria going forward, it's going to be tough complaining about ANY of the vR's.
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    Itís just too bad UNH plays in Hockey East and not the USCHO Intramural leagues...

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    Quote Originally Posted by UNH1932 View Post
    Scott

    I guess from your estimate that most people paid 50% for next year in March must be true. They sent me a note saying that I did not have to pay in March. I believe many did not pay, but you have better info than I do. The final day to pay your bill was supposed to be 9/1. Many paid in June or July. I am sure they (UNH) still have seats available. If you are continuing from last year you will pay the same as prior years. Those with new season tickets will pay more.

    I believe that Hockey East is going to have tickets available for all teams that are purchased from their website. You should be able to select seats and there will be an upcharge. Other than BU, it will probably be about the same price as most of the other Hockey East teams. I cannot remember a sellout in the past few years. I am guessing that you can get tickets at the window at almost all Hockey East Venues. We were close to sellout for Maine game at the Whitt and that is probably it. BC was a morgue when we played them in Conte last year. BU was 50-60% full, Merrimack had more fans on some weekends than some of our rivals (their seating is about 2,000). Their prices are about the same as UNH at present. They all have thanksgiving ticket promotions at a lower $ amount and we are playing them early for $ 20 and probably $10-15 in December. It was easy to get tickets at Maine. You want a good seat (with seatback) at Maine you pony up $50. Most are around $20 at Maine. Vermont was mostly sold out and we bought them in advance but would have been able to buy decent seats at the day of the game. Vermont Seatbacks are $40 and bucket seats are about $20. Lowell is one of the few that give you discounts for 10 or more seats and it is half price and they are usually 75% -85% full. Providence had plenty of empty seats the last couple of years even when they were in the top 10. UConn and UMass are reasonable (Umass much more than UConn). Northeastern is $23 and we are not playing them on the road this year. We are not playing in VT this year either
    It is unlikely that our UNH ticket office is going to pay excess money for the 10-20 people who want the away game tickets at face value. They would lose money if they decided to go back to 5+ years ago when you could get tickets at face value.
    For what it is worth, Robbie Griffin is a better hockey player than anyone on this board. If we all had a subscription to the rating agencies, anyone can come up with othersí viewpoints to come up with who is worth what. It takes the fun out of it.

    I am happy Watcher is on the Griffin train and hope the rest of you are by November. No more dinging Joe Hankinson please. He may be a very good player and maybe much more than a 4th liner. We had many UNH players who were a bad fit with their USHL team for their strengths and they had very good careers at UNH.

    Looking to see the puck drop today in practice at the Whit. I hope to see you all at the Exhibition game on Homecoming Weekend Sunday at 1. We will have many home games in November.
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    Have you heard anything about how soon Filip Engaras will be able to play. Earlier this summer someone indicated that the NCAA had required him to stay out for the first 34 games this fall, but that it had been appealed. Any thing you can add?
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    Unless I am mistaken, it was one season and the number of games he played in the pro league, which was 9 games.

    Engaras (6 feet, 190 pounds), who is from Stockholm, Sweden, missed all of last year due to the suspension, which will conclude after the first nine games of the upcoming season. UNH is in the process of trying to appeal the remainder of Engaras’ suspension, Souza said.
    So he should be good to go in late November/early December.
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    Quote Originally Posted by NCAA watcher View Post
    Unless I am mistaken, it was one season and the number of games he played in the pro league, which was 9 games.



    So he should be good to go in late November/early December.
    Thanks Watcher, I meant 3 or games but it sounds like 11/16, the second Maine game up there. Perhaps he can play in the exhibition.

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    Re: UNH Wildcats 2019 Offseason - How Much Progress Did We Really Make This Past Seas

    As far as I know, this past Labor Day weekend makes five years in a row that one of our players has not been arrested and suspended for a domestic dispute. Good trend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    As far as I know, this past Labor Day weekend makes five years in a row that one of our players has not been arrested and suspended for a domestic dispute. Good trend.
    I like the smart qualifier there, Snively65. News can sometimes travel slowly, or via a crooked path.

    Not saying that anything has happened this past weekend Ö but you never know sometimes.
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    Question for Dan since there doesn't appear to be an active Miami University thread. I intend to go to the Miami games at the start of the season and was wondering if you had any recommendations for a pregame bar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Murray View Post
    I like the smart qualifier there, Snively65. News can sometimes travel slowly, or via a crooked path.

    Not saying that anything has happened this past weekend Ö but you never know sometimes.
    Despite the 2014-15 season being our last visit to the Garden, it still seems to me that Labor Day weekend that pre-season marked the beginning of the five-year downward spiral.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Despite the 2014-15 season being our last visit to the Garden, it still seems to me that Labor Day weekend that pre-season marked the beginning of the five-year downward spiral.
    Hi everyone!!! Been lurking here enjoying the preseason banter. Hoping for an exciting year for our 'Cats!!! Hope to see a few of you regulars Oct 6!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Despite the 2014-15 season being our last visit to the Garden, it still seems to me that Labor Day weekend that pre-season marked the beginning of the five-year downward spiral.
    It's a compelling benchmark for what's (so far?) been the modern nadir of the UNH program, Snively65.

    I think many of us (definitely me) would argue the program had been on the decline (slowly) for about a decade or so previously, and I'm certainly hopeful it's back on the rise under MS7's leadership. What happens on AND off the ice between now and next Spring will hopefully confirm that rise is a reality, and not a mirage. If you can't tell from this post - as well as from the title of this soon-to-be-closed thread - I'm certainly hoping things are changing for the better Ö but I'm not quite sold that it's a reality yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by New Hampshire 'Cats Fan View Post
    Question for Dan since there doesn't appear to be an active Miami University thread. I intend to go to the Miami games at the start of the season and was wondering if you had any recommendations for a pregame bar.
    Iím not sure how much help I can be - I havenít been back in years (trying to make this series as well) and as a college town the bars are always changing names, locations and menus, etc.

    Your best bet may just be to head ĎUptowní and see what you find. The Uptown area along High Street (and along its off-shoots) will be walkable from the Arena and is loaded with bars and restaurants. I think youíll be surprised how many options youíll find for a small college town - however itís a small college town so it will all be very collegy. As Greg has noted, it can be a bit ĎDisney for college kidsí after all...

    Thinking back to my time and my last couple visits - Iíd probably suggest Mac & Joeís. Itís a dive bar/hole in the wall, but can have a fun atmosphere and was your best bet for pre- and post-Miami sporting event traffic when I was there. Think Libbyís but without windows, haha...

    There are plenty of other sports bar type spots - including Brick Street and a few chains (BWW, Scottyís Brewhouse). Skippers is a casual place that can be fun if not spectacular. The only places that really stand out for being unusual relative to what youíd find on most campuses is Steinkeller, a German brewhouse with a lot of heavy German beers in full steins, Kona, a fresher, healthier and more creative type place, and Paesanos, an Italian restaurant that people seem to like (more restaurant than bar/pub like many other spots)...

    You may not find much in the way of food to write home about, but there should be plenty of options to find something to hit the spot. Plenty of Libbyís type places to grab a bite and plenty of beer everywhere...

    The only real recommendation Iíd have would be to eat early and walk the campus on your way to the arena. The real site to see is Oxford and Miami itself. The Uptown is really well done and the campus is beautiful. The Ďmost beautifulí per Robert Frost...

    After the game if you want to hit a bar, know that Uptown will be overrun with students. Itís 18+ at a lot of places so theyíll be extra crowded compared to most campuses. Again, plenty of college options - if you want something quieter or more relaxed than your best bet is probably Circle Bar (or the townie bar). Itís supposed to be a nice place, but Iíve never actually been.

    And there is always $0.75 Natty Light bottles at CJís or Mind Probes at Brick Street, if you want to make a night of things!!

    At some point you HAVE to try Bagel and Deli. Itís not a sit down place, you just order and eat on the sidewalk or walk with your bagel. The steamed bagel sandwiches are incredible. I like the Benís (Roethlisberger) Best or the Tonya Harding Club. Great place for a post-game/post-bar meal, but FYI it will get packed late night...

    Hope that helps. Again there are a lot of Ďnewí places (for me) so there will be so much I havenít mentioned. Maybe Iíll see you there. If not feel free to drop any further questions leading up to or during the weekend...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    I’m not sure how much help I can be - I haven’t been back in years (trying to make this series as well) and as a college town the bars are always changing names, locations and menus, etc.

    Your best bet may just be to head ‘Uptown’ and see what you find. The Uptown area along High Street (and along its off-shoots) will be walkable from the Arena and is loaded with bars and restaurants. I think you’ll be surprised how many options you’ll find for a small college town - however it’s a small college town so it will all be very collegy. As Greg has noted, it can be a bit ‘Disney for college kids’ after all...

    Thinking back to my time and my last couple visits - I’d probably suggest Mac & Joe’s. It’s a dive bar/hole in the wall, but can have a fun atmosphere and was your best bet for pre- and post-Miami sporting event traffic when I was there. Think Libby’s but without windows, haha...

    There are plenty of other sports bar type spots - including Brick Street and a few chains (BWW, Scotty’s Brewhouse). Skippers is a casual place that can be fun if not spectacular. The only places that really stand out for being unusual relative to what you’d find on most campuses is Steinkeller, a German brewhouse with a lot of heavy German beers in full steins, Kona, a fresher, healthier and more creative type place, and Paesanos, an Italian restaurant that people seem to like (more restaurant than bar/pub like many other spots)...

    You may not find much in the way of food to write home about, but there should be plenty of options to find something to hit the spot. Plenty of Libby’s type places to grab a bite and plenty of beer everywhere...

    The only real recommendation I’d have would be to eat early and walk the campus on your way to the arena. The real site to see is Oxford and Miami itself. The Uptown is really well done and the campus is beautiful. The ‘most beautiful’ per Robert Frost...

    After the game if you want to hit a bar, know that Uptown will be overrun with students. It’s 18+ at a lot of places so they’ll be extra crowded compared to most campuses. Again, plenty of college options - if you want something quieter or more relaxed than your best bet is probably Circle Bar (or the townie bar). It’s supposed to be a nice place, but I’ve never actually been.

    And there is always $0.75 Natty Light bottles at CJ’s or Mind Probes at Brick Street, if you want to make a night of things!!

    At some point you HAVE to try Bagel and Deli. It’s not a sit down place, you just order and eat on the sidewalk or walk with your bagel. The steamed bagel sandwiches are incredible. I like the Ben’s (Roethlisberger) Best or the Tonya Harding Club. Great place for a post-game/post-bar meal, but FYI it will get packed late night...

    Hope that helps. Again there are a lot of ‘new’ places (for me) so there will be so much I haven’t mentioned. Maybe I’ll see you there. If not feel free to drop any further questions leading up to or during the weekend...
    Thanks for the helpful info, Dan! I definitely intend to be at the games as I live ~ 1.3 hrs from Oxford, but I've never been to Miami's campus. Yeah, maybe I'll see you there

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    Quote Originally Posted by HockeyRef View Post
    Hi everyone!!! Been lurking here enjoying the preseason banter. Hoping for an exciting year for our 'Cats!!! Hope to see a few of you regulars Oct 6!!!
    Well, stop lurking and resume posting, HR! Time is a ticking and we need another 80+ posts to close out this thread before the new season begins, for which several longtime pessimists here have high hopes. :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Well, stop lurking and resume posting, HR! Time is a ticking and we need another 80+ posts to close out this thread before the new season begins, for which several longtime pessimists here have high hopes. :-)
    Not too much to post about I guess! I am curious to see the Hockey East pre season coaches poll, has it come out yet? And if not, where do most posters here think UNH is going to land, as in this poll, best case scenario? I'm thinking 6th...some optimists I spoke with regarding this think we can go as high as 5...what say you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by HockeyRef View Post
    Not too much to post about I guess! I am curious to see the Hockey East pre season coaches poll, has it come out yet? And if not, where do most posters here think UNH is going to land, as in this poll, best case scenario? I'm thinking 6th...some optimists I spoke with regarding this think we can go as high as 5...what say you?
    I am going for 6th, too, but alsooooo ...... another upset first round win over PC for the long-awaited return to da Gahden! :-)

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