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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    JVR will play for Team USA in the upcoming World Championships. If the Canes are eliminated by Washington then perhaps Brett Pesce will join him? Unlikely TVR would get an invite unless a number of guys turn down offers to play - but that would not be out of the realm of possibilities for this tournament...
    Not ready to write off the Whale just yet, as they lead in goals 10 to 8.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Not ready to write off the Whale just yet, as they lead in goals 10 to 8.
    Is that the Game 7 tiebreaker these days, or is it still SOG's?

    I'd heard BvR to NU shortly after the transfer list news leaked, so not surprised if that comes to pass.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scott View Post
    Link??? Since when is a post in a BU thread considered the gospel?? According to Mark Divver's Twitter post, "he's heard that he's chosen NU"

    I hear things all the time.
    Actually your point, which initially escaped me, is well taken Scott. It may prove to be correct that vR goes to NU but at this point it's just a rumor!

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

    With Margel's Letter of Intent, looks like he'll be part of freshman class. Souza said four or five, which may have had an eye on BVR. If so, that leaves one more spot.

    So.Crookshank---Sr.Blackburn---Jr.Kelleher
    Fr.Margel---So.Pierson---Sr.Grasso
    Fr.Stevenson--So.Engaras--Jr.MacAdams
    So.Esposito-Fr.Herrmann---Sr.Fregona
    Jr.Sato--So.Cipollone---Jr.Sacco

    Jr.Gildon--Sr.Wyse
    Fr.Eriksson---Jr.Maass
    So.MacKinnon---So.Verrier
    Sr.Dawson---So.Hickey

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

    Quote Originally Posted by NCAA watcher View Post
    With Margel's Letter of Intent, looks like he'll be part of freshman class. Souza said four or five, which may have had an eye on BVR. If so, that leaves one more spot.

    So.Crookshank---Sr.Blackburn---Jr.Kelleher
    Fr.Margel---So.Pierson---Sr.Grasso
    Fr.Stevenson--So.Engaras--Jr.MacAdams
    So.Esposito-Fr.Herrmann---Sr.Fregona
    Jr.Sato--So.Cipollone---Jr.Sacco

    Jr.Gildon--Sr.Wyse
    Fr.Eriksson---Jr.Maass
    So.MacKinnon---So.Verrier
    Sr.Dawson---So.Hickey
    That is really good news...I'm glad UNH is taking this opp to bring in players rather than waiting. Wonder who else will come on board?? EDIT: upon further sleuthing not sure if he is coming this Fall...
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    Quote Originally Posted by HockeyRef View Post
    That is really good news...I'm glad UNH is taking this opp to bring in players rather than waiting. Wonder who else will come on board?? EDIT: upon further sleuthing not sure if he is coming this Fall...
    Margel is for 2020-21

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    Lucas Bahn commits to Alabama-Huntsville...

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    October 25-26... New Hampshire at Miami.

    https://miamiredhawks.com/schedule.aspx?path=mhockey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dan View Post
    Lucas Bahn commits to Alabama-Huntsville...
    I remember when Huntsville visited the Whitt several years ago when our own "Mr High and Wide" racked up four goals for the home team. :-)

    Meanwhile, Warren Foegele (who?) is putting together a nice postseason with the Whale, evening up the Caps series 2-2 with another goal in 2-1 win tonight.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Meanwhile, Warren Foegele (who?) is putting together a nice postseason with the Whale, evening up the Caps series 2-2 with another goal in 2-1 win tonight.
    and to think, he was struggling to earn 4th line ice time at the start of his soph season, vying for time with guys like Jamie Hill and Chris Miller. No wonder his coach failed to fulfil his Quest in the end
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Murray View Post
    and to think, he was struggling to earn 4th line ice time at the start of his soph season, vying for time with guys like Jamie Hill and Chris Miller. No wonder his coach failed to fulfil his Quest in the end
    Apparently he also hit TJ Oshie from behind in game 4 last night, knocking TJ out of the next few games; have not heard if Foegele will be facing disciplinary action from the NHL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Murray View Post
    and to think, he was struggling to earn 4th line ice time at the start of his soph season, vying for time with guys like Jamie Hill and Chris Miller. No wonder his coach failed to fulfil his Quest in the end
    Never did see any back story on Foegele as to why he was in the dog house with Umile. Another one of those unexplained myteries right up there with Mike Ayers laying an egg against Maine at the FF in St Paul!

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    Quote Originally Posted by e.cat View Post
    Never did see any back story on Foegele as to why he was in the dog house with Umile. Another one of those unexplained myteries right up there with Mike Ayers laying an egg against Maine at the FF in St Paul!
    I believe that was also the season of the much-vaunted "senior checking/first line".

    Lots of weird things going on with the program in the final few years of the Umile Era. Probably the first thing WF encountered during his all-too-brief stay in Durham was the starting goalie getting arrested and then kicked off the team. By the time next Fall came around, and he's scrapping for ice time behind the likes of Correale/Gaudreault/MacDonald, Looking at it in retrospect from his perspective, it had to look like a total clown show, and looking at what he's done since, he can't have any second thoughts.

    I'm still waiting for the purported journalists out there to uncover the whole BvR thing … I gave up long ago hoping someone would have the intestinal fortitude to get to the bottom of Foegele's fall-out with DU. These days, WF plays like a guy that the old UNH teams at the turn of the century really could have used. Strong skater, two-way game, big compete level … what's not to like?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Murray View Post
    I'm still waiting for the purported journalists out there to uncover the whole BvR thing I gave up long ago hoping someone would have the intestinal fortitude to get to the bottom of Foegele's fall-out with DU.
    They'd take offense at being called journalists. Journalists try to create their own news, like Providence's Mark Divver and Lowell's Barry Scanlon (former Fosters reporter).
    UML hockey recruits involved in historic game
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    SIOUX FALLS, S.D. -- Three UMass Lowell hockey recruits were part of an historic game Wednesday night.
    Andre Lee, Brian Chambers and Carl Berglund went to bed happy -- and exhausted -- after their Sioux Falls Stampede defeated the Sioux City Musketeers, 3-2, in a four-overtime marathon before 4,295 fans.
    It was the longest United States Hockey League game in the Tier 1 era. The game began at 7:05 p.m. and ended at 12:13 a.m. at the Denny Sanford Premier Center.
    Lee, a forward, tied the game 2-2 in the third period. He was named the game's No. 3 star. Chambers and Berglund, also forwards, did not figure in the scoring.
    Lee, Chambers and Berglund have little time to enjoy their historic victory -- Sioux Falls will play Friday in the Western Conference semifinals at Waterloo.

    The other Western Conference semifinal has Des Moines facing off against Tri-City.
    Another UML recruit, Matthew Brown, is one of the stars for Des Moines. He has three goals and an assist in two playoff wins after a 30-goal regular season. Brown, who led the USHL with seven shorthanded goals in the regular season, has one shorthanded tally in the playoffs.
    -- BARRY SCANLON
    The UNH crew is happy to be in house, re-writing UNH press releases. Otherwise someone other than our own C-H-C would be contacting recruits and writing a story, particularly a local kid like Cy Leblanc. It's not just the asking tough questions, its showing any sort of initiative.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CollegeHockeyRinkReport View Post
    Margel is for 2020-21
    Correct - his pops sent me a pic of him signing Wednesday. I told him I wish he was coming next year.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildcatdc View Post
    Correct - his pops sent me a pic of him signing Wednesday. I told him I wish he was coming next year.
    ...just think tho...Will Margel AND Tim Stutzle coming in together!! WooT.
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    Welp...we got another Regional in 2021...come on 'Cats this is the one!! This has to be motivating...!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chuck Murray View Post
    I believe that was also the season of the much-vaunted "senior checking/first line".

    Lots of weird things going on with the program in the final few years of the Umile Era. Probably the first thing WF encountered during his all-too-brief stay in Durham was the starting goalie getting arrested and then kicked off the team. By the time next Fall came around, and he's scrapping for ice time behind the likes of Correale/Gaudreault/MacDonald, Looking at it in retrospect from his perspective, it had to look like a total clown show, and looking at what he's done since, he can't have any second thoughts.

    I'm still waiting for the purported journalists out there to uncover the whole BvR thing I gave up long ago hoping someone would have the intestinal fortitude to get to the bottom of Foegele's fall-out with DU. These days, WF plays like a guy that the old UNH teams at the turn of the century really could have used. Strong skater, two-way game, big compete level what's not to like?
    I did not have a problem with Correale riding the right wing with Pots and TyK on the first line. But, I agree that the senior checking line of MacDonald, Smith, and Gaudreault, which began several games as the first line during the first semester, was an embarrassment. Then, MacDonald suffered his season- and career-ending injury, after 19 games played. IIRC, Foegele spent all but 5 games sitting in the stands during the first semester, behind Eiserman, Vela, Nazarian, Salvaggio, McNicholas, Hill, and Miller, along with the seniors checking line. Of those 10, only Gaudreault notched double digit goals, 12.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snively65 View Post
    Apparently he also hit TJ Oshie from behind in game 4 last night, knocking TJ out of the next few games; have not heard if Foegele will be facing disciplinary action from the NHL.
    I actually didn't think the hit was that bad. It was from behind, but Oshie braced with his wrists and hit the boards funny. Hopefully he doesn't see supplemental punishment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bostonewe View Post
    I actually didn't think the hit was that bad. It was from behind, but Oshie braced with his wrists and hit the boards funny. Hopefully he doesn't see supplemental punishment.
    Either way, Whale may go deeper in this postseason than B's.

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