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

    Quite a few UNH players here (Max in a sling)! saw DU in the UNH box. UMass looked very dominant and Clarkson shows ND why they’re here...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HockeyRef View Post
    Quite a few UNH players here saw DU in the UNH box. UMass looked very dominant and Clarkson shows ND why they’re here...
    Well, UNH is the regional host, right? DU = Dick? No signs of MS7? Or, BvR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Well, UNH is the regional host, right? DU = Dick? No signs of MS7? Or, BvR?
    Well yeah! It’s good for them to be here . Yes Dick Umile. No haven’t seen MS or BvR

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

    Or, BS35+8?

    What are the chances of Massy Wassy and the Yellow Jackets (buzzzzz!) meeting in the FF?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Or, BS35+8?

    What are the chances of Massy Wassy and the Yellow Jackets (buzzzzz!) meeting in the FF?
    A bit tougher now for UMass. I thought Clarkson was slow so UMass most likely would have skated circles around them. ND? Not so much....assuming they have enough left in the tank.

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    St Cloud has won 55 games the past two seasons (averaging nearly four goals per game) - but has lost two-straight 1x16 match-ups in NCAA Tournament openers, putting up just a single tally each time. THAT is what choking looks like...

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

    BZZZZZZZZ!!!!

    St. Cloud State just got STUNG by li'l AIC 2-1!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    St Cloud has won 55 games the past two seasons - but has lost two-straight 1x16 match-ups in NCAA Tournament openers. THAT is what choking looks like...
    Yup....always a bridesmaid, never a bride. That has a very familiar ring to it......
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    Re: UNH Wildcats 2019 Offseason - How Much Progress Did We Really Make This Past Seas

    Beads?

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

    Remember that time in October 2015 when we hosted the Yellow Jackets (buzzzzz!) in our opener and beat them soundly 7-3? The Yellow Jackets were 7-29-3 that season, so maybe there is hope yet for UNH?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Remember that time in October 2015 when we hosted the Yellow Jackets (buzzzzz!) in our opener and beat them soundly 7-3? The Yellow Jackets were 7-29-3 that season, so maybe there is hope yet for UNH?
    Talking to a few of the players as they were walking out being at these games tonight def gave them something to shoot for!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Well, UNH is the regional host, right? DU = Dick? No signs of MS7? Or, BvR?
    Saw Marty and Umile but not Souza, although my guess is that he was there since UNH was the host. Btw, the attendance was abysmal. They closed off the balcony and the lower bowl was still less than half full. Another example of college hockey losing its grip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Ambrose View Post
    Saw Marty and Umile but not Souza, although my guess is that he was there since UNH was the host. Btw, the attendance was abysmal. They closed off the balcony and the lower bowl was still less than half full. Another example of college hockey losing its grip.
    I say this every year (not that the NCAA cares). You can't drive to the West Regionals, which means you can play them on Friday. The East Regionals are within driving distance of a huge population area. Games in the East should be on the weekend, because we can drive there Saturday morning and again on Sunday. In the West you have to stay in a hotel anyway so what difference does it make if you have it on Friday?

    With no "close" team there (because Harvard brings no fans anyway so they're basically a non-entity), who is going to go to Manchester at rush hour on a Friday? It just makes no sense. UMass is two hours away. The fans aren't going to give up their entire Friday and then come back the next day. If you do Sat/Sun you will get much bigger crowds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chickod View Post
    I say this every year (not that the NCAA cares). You can't drive to the West Regionals, which means you can play them on Friday. The East Regionals are within driving distance of a huge population area. Games in the East should be on the weekend, because we can drive there Saturday morning and again on Sunday. In the West you have to stay in a hotel anyway so what difference does it make if you have it on Friday?

    With no "close" team there (because Harvard brings no fans anyway so they're basically a non-entity), who is going to go to Manchester at rush hour on a Friday? It just makes no sense. UMass is two hours away. The fans aren't going to give up their entire Friday and then come back the next day. If you do Sat/Sun you will get much bigger crowds.
    Students have very flexible schedules, especially on Fridays. There were hardly any students there for not only UMass but the other schools as all. Whatever fans of the four schools that were there were mostly alums or, in the case of Notre Dame, “subway alumni.” It’s getting to the point that the regionals should be strictly based on playing at campus sites or have one super regional each for east and west. The hockey is still good but it is depressing to go to a less than half full arena where hardly anyone is cheering. The players deserve better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Greg Ambrose View Post
    Students have very flexible schedules, especially on Fridays. There were hardly any students there for not only UMass but the other schools as all. Whatever fans of the four schools that were there were mostly alums or, in the case of Notre Dame, “subway alumni.” It’s getting to the point that the regionals should be strictly based on playing at campus sites or have one super regional each for east and west. The hockey is still good but it is depressing to go to a less than half full arena where hardly anyone is cheering. The players deserve better.
    Yes. I agree. Which is why I was trying to mitigate the situation by at least appealing to common sense. But alas, it’s the NCAA.

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    Worst Manch regional ever. Partly the teams, partly the timing, partly the fact that SNHU-rena is cutting costs to make up for the Monarchs AHL > ECHL revenue loss.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darius View Post
    Worst Manch regional ever. Partly the teams, partly the timing, partly the fact that SNHU-rena is cutting costs to make up for the Monarchs AHL > ECHL revenue loss.
    ….and, I'd add...partly 'coz the 'Cats weren't in it. Besides that, I've been to only 3 but I'd agree. Last one I'm going to unless UNH is there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chickod View Post
    A bit tougher now for UMass. I thought Clarkson was slow so UMass most likely would have skated circles around them. ND? Not so much....assuming they have enough left in the tank.
    I'd have to agree with this assessment of the Golden Knights (noticed their fans called them 'tech' if I have that right...lots of engineers!) but thought ND was lucky to get out of that one until they woke up. Wasn't real impressed with them but hey they are moving on. Thinking it will be as you say, a better game match up tonight, but I'm thinking that if UMass brings their A game, they are 'shuffling off to Buffalo".
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    Re: UNH Wildcats 2019 Offseason - How Much Progress Did We Really Make This Past Seas

    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Remember that time in October 2015 when we hosted the Yellow Jackets (buzzzzz!) in our opener and beat them soundly 7-3? The Yellow Jackets were 7-29-3 that season, so maybe there is hope yet for UNH?
    ….talked to a couple of players and they are very motivated to get back to these games...like I said, it was good for them to be there. Mostly the sophs and a couple of freshmen, but, that's the future of this team. Heck, if AIC can do it.....
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