BU can beat NU. Iím not saying they will, but they can.
BU and BC have crap seasons and they both make the Garden anyway. Too funny.
Is it officially the 4:00 p.m. game?
Congratulations on your Hockey East trophy. You just gotta get a few by the NU goalie. He's pretty good.
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Beating Lowell in a best-of-three, at Lowell, is a good result.
Same with BC upsetting PC in Providence.
I'd rank Bazin and Leaman as the two best coaches in Hockey East (yeah, ol' Jerry is a legend, but he's not up there anymore), and neither's team is going to the Garden despite having home ice.
Having said that, great and surprising win for BU. Never expected them to go up to Lowell and smoke them let alone put in double digit goals over the 3 game series. I think Albie saw what one good end of season run did for Dave Quinn (fat NHL contract) and said "hmmm...that could be me".
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Lets not get crazy - Umass got extremely lucky with Cale Makar. He is a the very rare circumstance where he stayed at a school when he should have left. Credit to Makar but take him off that team and they arent something special. When you get a player like that (Eichel at BU was similiar) then things are different. That elite caliber player leaves and the rest of the team drops back to planet earth.
Was able to snag some front row corner seats at Tsongas yesterday. It's a shame that these quarterfinal weekends are over school's breaks, but it was fun sittin' down front. It shouldn't be permitted that they pipe the band's music through the sound system. Certainly not at the volume they were doing it at Tsongas...Though at least they have a few decent beer choices.
I also happened to be in Providence for the Saturday tilt, PC/BC. It was an extraordinarily feisty game. The stuff after the whistle was constant. So, Schneider Arena: This place was pretty obviously built by the low-cost bidder and the architect was an aspiring George Costanza. How do you build a rink where there are nearly zero seats that have unobstructed views? There are so many rails and other obstructions, it ridiculous. How about putting the concourse in the back and then having rows? On a positive note, it was very clean and the seats were very wide!
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