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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by mar7967 View Post
    “Barring scheduling snafus,” RIT will be playing Bowling Green in an outdoor game next season.
    https://twitter.com/bgsuhockeysite/s...268744705?s=21

    Edit: Winterfest dates are December 17, 2020 - January 3, 2021
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by Russell Jaslow View Post
    I've got to know what's behind the name "Fifth Third Field."
    It's a large, regional bank headquartered in Cincinnati.

    https://www.53.com/content/fifth-third/en.html

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

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    Where's the team we had in October?

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    You could say where is the goal-tending, but that also would not be fair to Drackett. He was covering up for a lot of the team shortcomings, and as Wayne expected is starting to come back down to earth. I'd like to spend more time discussing but life is too busy right now, so I will probably get dirty looks, but will try and keep this short...

    I think Dan Willett has caused a little bit (no pun intended ) on the power play. I don't doubt his skills, but it been a bit of a struggle for him. He has 5 assists and most of them or as pretty as can be, but there also been a couple of really bad decisions back there and over the ice, he has slide to a +/- of -3 and is the only Defenseman currently in the negative. There are times when him and Braubacher just seem like they can't get on the same page and to many times Brubacher ends up with no good look at the net to get his big shot off. Willett can definitely fire his own impressive shot, I think he needs to use it more. If he can find the back of the net I think the whole power play gets that much more difficult to defend. All though part of it too is one big complaint I've had over the years with RIT, lack of guy who seems to get tips and rebound goals.

    Although their numbers are not horrible at all, I think Hamacher and Dupuis need to go streaking. Again don't get me wrong they have played well at times and especially with Hamacher there no question on skill, but have also struggles too. Cavalierly/Cameron/Bruce has been a nice find. I think if they can get a little bit more of a punch from a Hamacher and Dupuis line, it will equal a one two punch that will run off a lot of wins.

    The intensity, playing hard, or I guess the term this year is compete level has just not been consistent enough. The SOG and getting out played for long stretches if finally biting them and making them look like a team that has no business in the top 2 or 3 teams. The Sacred Heart to AIC part of the schedule was one I had circled to see if they were really a contender for a regular season title, 3 of 18 points, nuff said there. I think with their schedule in the second half they can fest on 11 out of 15 AHA games against teams at the bottom half of the league. Great chance to secure a 1st round bye and home ice, but right now you have to have some reasonable doubts when showtime comes....
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Great effort
    Hopefully they can repeat tomorrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoTigers2019-2020 View Post
    Great effort
    Hopefully they can repeat tomorrow
    First 30 minutes no way, last 30 hell yeah. Like to see that for 60 tonight.

    Great change up on the power play, they are finally working the puck down to the opposite side of Bru, and it's opening up so me lanes.

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    Nothing like a weekend sweep to get the conversation going.


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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by LtPowers View Post
    Nothing like a weekend sweep to get the conversation going.


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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Hardly anyone posts here anymore. Certainly not like the days when RIT went DI. Seems most of the posters are either lurking or don't pay attention anymore. Personally, I don't even check the boards as often - as evidenced by missing a week of pick'em.

    As for the weekend, it was about as much win as a series in December can be. RIT was good, but not great. They can go into the break on a high note. I like having the exhibition before getting back into NCAA play.
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    I think by now everyone learned that Tom knows everything..... And Obviously has way more time than the rest of us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 35TH40TH View Post
    I think by now everyone learned that Tom knows everything..... And Obviously has way more time than the rest of us.
    And knows everybody too! 😀

    IMHO, this thread goes the way of the team. If they are doing super good, then there’s more conversation. Not doing well and the conversation level drops.

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

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    Hardly anyone posts here anymore. Certainly not like the days when RIT went DI. Seems most of the posters are either lurking or don't pay attention anymore. Personally, I don't even check the boards as often - as evidenced by missing a week of pick'em.

    As for the weekend, it was about as much win as a series in December can be. RIT was good, but not great. They can go into the break on a high note. I like having the exhibition before getting back into NCAA play.
    Two straight conference series against last place Canisius with two what should be very difficult non-conference series in between. Good chance to bank some points in the conference and get back into the title chase if they play well and don't play down to their competition. Definitely games they should win.
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Officially announced by the Toledo Walleye: RIT vs. BGSU outdoors on 1/2/21.

    https://www.toledowalleye.com/news/b...interfest-2020

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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

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    Officially announced by the Toledo Walleye: RIT vs. BGSU outdoors on 1/2/21.

    https://www.toledowalleye.com/news/b...interfest-2020
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Exhibition game tomorrow afternoon...waste of time or a good way to get rid of some Christmas vacation rust?
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    Re: >>> RIT Tigers 2019-2020: "We're on the clock" <<<

    Quote Originally Posted by blazer777 View Post
    Exhibition game tomorrow afternoon...waste of time or a good way to get rid of some Christmas vacation rust?
    As long as nobody gets hurt, it's a positive. Here's hoping that the time off works like a reset back to the way they were playing at the start of the season.
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    Post Orange Cat Review - Guelph 12-29

    Puck Drop: I took some time off from my reviews as life has been busy and for the first 20 minutes of tonight's game the Tigers looked like they were still off. Getting out shoot 14-3 in a first period that saw the Tigers come out as flat as a pancake. They were lucky to only be down 1-0 after one. This was supposed to be a tune up for the second half, it look more like a wake up after an all night bender. Some questionable officiating/lack of discipline by Guelph helped the Tigers take a 2-1 in the second and they played a good game after that out shooting Guelph 33-10 for the rest of the game. But being an exhibition, RIT's had their 3rd Goaltender in the third that could not hold the lead despite the Tigers only allowing 4 shots. A bad line change lead to a penalty which in allowed Ryan Valentini to tie the game. 5 on 5 OT didn't produce a shot. And RIT despite having chances in the 3 on 3 lost the game on a pass that Adam could not handle a pass on what would have been a great scoring chance and lead to a foot race that he lost and thus so was the game. But in all honesty the game never should have been there.

    Hockey Hero: Todd Winder, the Oxbridge, ON native found the five hole in the 3 on 3 to steal a win from the Tigers

    Turing Point: In what could have been a microcosm of the game, a sloppy change by the Tigers lead to Ryan Valentini tying the game early in the third.

    Hey, You Did Good: Logan Drackett, with honorable mention to Ian Andriano who made a big time save on a great opportunity that could have tied the game and perhaps lead to a regulation loss. But Drackett was his impressive self again, allowing only 1 goal on 14 shots. Unless this team finds more consistency, they will go as far as Logan can take them.

    Look, You Need to Do Better: I won't call anyone out by name, but more than one of RIT offensive producers missed golden chances tonight. Tigers need guys to come through when the game is on their stick...

    Good Move Wilson!: Adjustments after the first period.

    WILSON!!! Second-Guessing Wilson: What on earth does this coaching staff have to do to get this team to come out flying? I know tonight was kind of tough with the small crowd, but this is a theme we have seen to often this year.

    Next Shift Up: a Home in Home with a Canisius team that swept Holy Cross this weekend. RIT is looking at part of their schedule where they should be favor to take a large majority of the points this month. If they are going to be in the top of this league they need to do that and they need to play 60 minutes of hockey, and probably 5 to 10 extra to take those points...
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    Re: Orange Cat Review - Guelph 12-29

    And the mediocrity continues. Flat out didn't show up during the first 20 minutes. Again. At least maybe the PP found something late there while the comeback was actually still possible.

    Really hard to stomach giving up that late goal immediately after coming all the way back, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jflory81 View Post
    And the mediocrity continues. Flat out didn't show up during the first 20 minutes. Again. At least maybe the PP found something late there while the comeback was actually still possible.

    Really hard to stomach giving up that late goal immediately after coming all the way back, too.
    Team needs to figure themselves out aka start winning
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    Re: Orange Cat Review - Guelph 12-29

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    And the mediocrity continues. Flat out didn't show up during the first 20 minutes.
    Is it possible the flu had something to do with that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by LtPowers View Post
    Is it possible the flu had something to do with that?


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