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    Re: Colgate 2019-2020

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    Chelsea Walkand is on board as an asst coach after leaving Robert Morris.
    I see the news now!

    Wow, you must have some good inside connections.....

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    Re: Colgate 2019-2020

    With the season quickly approaching. Where will Colgate finish in the extremely competitive ECAC? Who are going to be their difference makers this year?

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    With the season quickly approaching. Where will Colgate finish in the extremely competitive ECAC? Who are going to be their difference makers this year?
    It's going to be a talented but very young team. 14 underclasswomen. It will probably take some time to get acclimated and they have two games against Minnesota the second week. That should be a good indication.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rightnut View Post
    It's going to be a talented but very young team. 14 underclasswomen. It will probably take some time to get acclimated and they have two games against Minnesota the second week. That should be a good indication.
    Counted four girls did not return,one left halfway through last year. That's a bit surprising.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reddington View Post
    Counted four girls did not return,one left halfway through last year. That's a bit surprising.
    2 transferred. 1 left for medical reasons.

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    Re: Colgate 2019-2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Reddington View Post
    Counted four girls did not return,one left halfway through last year. That's a bit surprising.
    The transfers were not significant contributors.

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    Re: Colgate 2019-2020

    Colgate beats Holy Cross 4-1. Shots 44-10. Holy Cross not ready for prime time yet. Not a knock. Still a couple of recruiting classes away from being a legit d1 team. Have 1 line that can compete.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rightnut View Post
    Colgate beats Holy Cross 4-1. Shots 44-10. Holy Cross not ready for prime time yet. Not a knock. Still a couple of recruiting classes away from being a legit d1 team. Have 1 line that can compete.
    Yep, they still are developing. Colgate was dominate in the 2nd and 3rd.

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    Good first game for Colgate and its early efforts to try to find the right line combinations melding old and new. What was presented showed good balance on all lines with interesting combinations. None of the new women seemed uncomfortable with the pace of D1 hockey. Definitely in this first game, puck possession and a go after it mentality was apparent. Many chances to score were built on crashing the net and just missed so there should be no lack of offense this year. The one goal against came late and was on a minor defensive breakdown where Auby had no chance. Interesting to see Bailey Bennett, one of the women who transferred after last sseason, was introduced as a Holy Cross starter at the beginning of the game and played well for them (their official roster does not id her as a Colgate transfer which I think is interesting). Today against Kingston should be interesting too. Expect more mixing and matching before the trip out west next weekend. Last thought, I was impressed with Holy Cross and for a team that has only been in Hockey East for a year
    they have made good progress. Good luck to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oldtimer View Post
    Good first game for Colgate and its early efforts to try to find the right line combinations melding old and new. What was presented showed good balance on all lines with interesting combinations. None of the new women seemed uncomfortable with the pace of D1 hockey. Definitely in this first game, puck possession and a go after it mentality was apparent. Many chances to score were built on crashing the net and just missed so there should be no lack of offense this year. The one goal against came late and was on a minor defensive breakdown where Auby had no chance. Interesting to see Bailey Bennett, one of the women who transferred after last sseason, was introduced as a Holy Cross starter at the beginning of the game and played well for them (their official roster does not id her as a Colgate transfer which I think is interesting). Today against Kingston should be interesting too. Expect more mixing and matching before the trip out west next weekend. Last thought, I was impressed with Holy Cross and for a team that has only been in Hockey East for a year
    they have made good progress. Good luck to them.
    Just excited to see the puck drop for the first NCAA game of the year. Very solid first game for Colgate. The freshman class looks great. Very aggressive group with talent. Serdachny with a strong performance with a couple of snipes. Bard, O'Donahue, Smigliani & co all looked puck hungry ready to compete. Excited to see freshmen Defenders Simpson and McEcheran really look solid as well. The returners Schneider, Larose, Demers were dangerous at times. Will be interesting to see how this team competes against the established super powers this season. Starting with Minnesota next week? Any thoughts how that's going to go?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hockeynation View Post
    Just excited to see the puck drop for the first NCAA game of the year. Very solid first game for Colgate. The freshman class looks great. Very aggressive group with talent. Serdachny with a strong performance with a couple of snipes. Bard, O'Donahue, Smigliani & co all looked puck hungry ready to compete. Excited to see freshmen Defenders Simpson and McEcheran really look solid as well. The returners Schneider, Larose, Demers were dangerous at times. Will be interesting to see how this team competes against the established super powers this season. Starting with Minnesota next week? Any thoughts how that's going to go?
    Colgate just graduated a very underrated goalie and how the newer goalies perform will have a lot to do with how Colgate performs this year.

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    Re: Colgate 2019-2020

    Quote Originally Posted by Reddington View Post
    Colgate just graduated a very underrated goalie and how the newer goalies perform will have a lot to do with how Colgate performs this year.
    I think your 100 percent correct. Colgate & any successful team needs rock solid goaltending to succeed at any level. Hopefully the tenders can step up!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hockeynation View Post
    I think your 100 percent correct. Colgate & any successful team needs rock solid goaltending to succeed at any level. Hopefully the tenders can step up!
    Fargo's playing style, which btw I am a huge fan of, has the D constantly jumping into plays, but it puts a tremendous amount of pressure on their goalie. Last year's goalie played almost all the games and obviously handled it well the last two if not three years. I am not really familiar with the girls who are stepping up to the challenge this year at the goalie position. Other positions will surprise to the upside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reddington View Post
    Fargo's playing style, which btw I am a huge fan of, has the D constantly jumping into plays, but it puts a tremendous amount of pressure on their goalie. Last year's goalie played almost all the games and obviously handled it well the last two if not three years. I am not really familiar with the girls who are stepping up to the challenge this year at the goalie position. Other positions will surprise to the upside.

    Auby will get the lionís share of games. She is 14-1-1 with 6 shutouts in her career which should give Colgate comfort that she can handle the starting role.

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    Re: Colgate 2019-2020

    Good game tonight considering the competition. Good for the girls to see what's ahead early in the season and to play at the speed and against the puck controlling offenses they will find at the top. Auby was great and kept them in the game, but there were some very good moments. Nobody seemed out of place. We really have to focus tomorrow and bring it which coach will focus on I am sure. All in all a great experience for the freshman class and team as a whole...

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