That said, from a fan experience, Lake Placid is always special. It's a destination, of sorts. They make the event feel important, and there's enough to do for free time. It always felt like an after-thought in Albany, IMO. The olympic sheet may not be ideal, but that is on a short list of "negatives" for Lake Placid, personally.
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I really don't see the big surface as a negative. There is really nothing unfair about it in my opinion. I love watching teams play on it. I have a feeling it's not going anywhere anytime soon, but we will all see!
Having been to Albany, Atlantic City and Lake Placid, I prefer Lake Placid hands down. Great place to hang and to watch a game. There is a lengthy previous thread on this subject somewhere on USCHO where many other northeast venues were spitballed and IIRC Lake Placid was the general consensus.
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was this done during this season and could you lead me in the right direction please
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Looked like a hit from behind by the Cornell player to me, and his knee got bent back. I think the whistle should have blown the play dead on Galadja's injury, he couldn't move. In another post the explanation given was the goal was still on it's pegs so you don't blow the whistle. Had nothing to do with the winning goal but caused Galadja to injure himself.
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Hey everyone I heard this week that the reason we havenít heard anything on the ecac championship is that lake placid put into to have the regionals. I have been told if this is so and they get the bid that they are not allowed to have the conference championship as well. Does anyone know if that is true. Also werenít they suppose to announce the regionals this week for the next two years
A regional on an Olympic sheet? Would the NCAA even allow that?
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There are more differences than the width and length of the ice sheet, much more room behind the nets .
Hockey rinks in most of the world follow the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) specifications, which are 60.0 by 30.0 metres (197 ft ◊ 98.4 ft) with a corner radius of 8.5 metres (28 ft).
The two goal lines are 4.0 metres (13.1 ft) from the end boards, and the blue lines are 22.86 metres (75.0 ft) from the end boards.
Most North American rinks follow the National Hockey League (NHL) specifications of 200 by 85 feet (61 m ◊ 26 m) with a corner radius of 28 feet (8.5 m). Each goal line is 11 feet (3.4 m) from the end boards. NHL blue lines are 75 feet (23 m) from the end boards and 50 feet (15 m) apart.
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