Yeah, for Anchorage, Denver, CC, and UNO it probably sucked.
But there was a zero percent chance for it being held in Omaha or Anchorage. Fargo May have been an option, but more Sioux fans live in the cities than Fargo or Grand Forks and they never have travel issues anyways.
Sure, Denver and CC might have had some legit gripes, but since gate was split starting from the first round on IIRC, it was in the interest of the conference to have it in the most central location with a large rink. But to be honest I don’t think Denver can whine because I’ve seen like two of their fans on the road ever.
Cornell should be forced to forfeit this game after trying to break out from behind their own net.
"And there is a banana running around the DECC." "Well you don't see that every day..."
That wouldn't have been a goal if Providence didn't have home ice.
Per rule it shouldn't have counted...looked to me like he not only turned his skate, his forward momentum directed the puck into the net.
(c) A goal shall not be allowed if the following occurs:
An attacking player kicks the puck directly into the goal or a kicked puck deflects off any player, including goalkeeper, prior to entering the goal.
The puck has been thrown or deliberately directed into the goal by any means other than a stick, even if subsequently deflecting off any player, including goalkeeper, prior to entering the goal.
I'm in favour of having ererything that is last touched by anything other than a defender or an attacking player's stick being disallowed. That would eliminate a lot of grey area. It would take away goals deflected off attackers in front of the net, but I think it would be better that way.
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Providence's power play isn't anything special. The penalty kills they are facing have been terrible.
Announcers said that last night Cornell hotel lost power. Providence went to their facility for ice, whirlpool, inversion, etc.
I will not be out cheered in my own building.
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