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    Ncha 2019-20

    The NCHA is down a member, and back to the weekend series schedule format this season.

    Preseason Coaches Poll
    1. St. Norbert 99 (9 first-place votes)
    2. Adrian 91 (2 first-place votes)
    3. Marian 76
    4. MSOE 65
    5. Aurora 64
    6. Lake Forest 63
    7. St. Scholastica 50
    8. Concordia Wisconsin 33
    9. Trine 25
    10. Finlandia 24
    11. Lawrence 15
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Coughlin View Post
    The NCHA is down a member, and back to the weekend series schedule format this season.

    Preseason Coaches Poll
    1. St. Norbert 99 (9 first-place votes)
    2. Adrian 91 (2 first-place votes)
    3. Marian 76
    4. MSOE 65
    5. Aurora 64
    6. Lake Forest 63
    7. St. Scholastica 50
    8. Concordia Wisconsin 33
    9. Trine 25
    10. Finlandia 24
    11. Lawrence 15
    How embarrassing for Lawrence. Two brand new programs within the past 4 years already passing them up.

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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    It is very early, but indications are that the NCHA NCAA auto bid will be very competitive this season.
    SNC and Adrian both lose their conference openers and Marian, MSOE, Aurora, LFC and Trine all look stronger....
    SNC Men:
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    NCHA Champions: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017. 2018, 2019...
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    O'Brien Cup Champions: 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pete99race View Post
    It is very early, but indications are that the NCHA NCAA auto bid will be very competitive this season.
    SNC and Adrian both lose their conference openers and Marian, MSOE, Aurora, LFC and Trine all look stronger....
    Plus the loss of Northland makes the conference more competitive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by d3hockey57 View Post
    Plus the loss of Northland makes the conference more competitive.
    Northland is currently one spot ahead of SNC in the way too early Pairwise Rankings.
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    The NCHA North Division is currently a combined 1-9 in conference play.
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    I watched part of the MSOE vs LFC game last night...impressed with the speed and skill that MSOE has added at forward, plus their new goalie played well enough to win his fifth game of the season.
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    https://www.nchahockey.org/sports/mice/2019-20/teams

    Somebody forgot to tell the webmaster that Northland left for the WIAC.
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    Adrian and SNC are facing off in a weekend series that has historically decided the Peters Cup, this year likely not. This is the first time these teams are meeting where at least one is not ranked.
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Coughlin View Post
    Adrian and SNC are facing off in a weekend series that has historically decided the Peters Cup, this year likely not. This is the first time these teams are meeting where at least one is not ranked.
    I apparently didn't check the USCHO rankings before making this post. Adrian is just barely in the top 15.
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    SNC won 1-0 on a goal with about 4 left.

    Adrians goalie played well, and was helped by three posts. The goal just slipped by him as Bates came down the right side and snuck it short side.

    Good action up and down the ice. Only got a little pushy shovy one time.

    I believe it had been 12 years since SNC had won a 1-0 game, IIRC.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GB Puck Fan View Post
    SNC won 1-0 on a goal with about 4 left.

    Adrians goalie played well, and was helped by three posts. The goal just slipped by him as Bates came down the right side and snuck it short side.

    Good action up and down the ice. Only got a little pushy shovy one time.

    I believe it had been 12 years since SNC had won a 1-0 game, IIRC.
    This team is a steaming pantload

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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    Adrian returned the one-goal win favor on Saturday, with a 3-2 OT triumph

    Marian leads the north with 16 points, SNC in second at 14 - but Marian has two games in hand.

    LFC leads the south at 20, then Aurora at 17. But LFC has three in hand on Aurora (!)''
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    LFC beats MSOE 5-4 tonight. I donít know what is more surprising, LFC leading the conference or MSOE with only one conference win this season?

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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    It's taken six top heavy seasons to get there but competitive balance has arrived in the NCHA.
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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    There is no doubt that MSOE is the best last place team in the country.

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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    Marian and SNC are the first two to secure a spot in the Harris Cup playoffs...the same two teams would be fighting for the 4th and final spot in the South Division.
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    Quote Originally Posted by snc1 View Post
    This team is a steaming pantload
    I rescind this comment

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    Quote Originally Posted by snc1 View Post
    I rescind this comment
    It's a shame that they put themselves in such a deep hole in the first month of the season.

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    Re: Ncha 2019-20

    SNC = 11 - 1 - 2 in last 14 games..
    Have gotten hot at the right time....
    Turnaround started when Colby Entz took over as #1 goalie..
    SNC Men:
    Five Time National Champions: 2008, 2011, 2012, 2014. 2018....
    NCHA Champions: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2016, 2017. 2018, 2019...
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    O'Brien Cup Champions: 2013.

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