NCHC 2018-2019

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  • Friday, November 23, 2018 7:36 AM
    Reply # 6929545 on 6895937

    It's always great when the mighty fall...

    Hockey: Minnesota, Michigan

    Football: Nebraska, Michigan

    Basketball: Nebraska, Michigan


    I'll all seriousness, there is a changing of the guard in college hockey. BC and BU are struggling. Michigan took a hit. Minnesota is down.

    Penn State and Arizona State look like real players. Ohio State is progressing (under Rohilk).

    Not sure I buy on Minnesota State - winning the WCHA is like winning the MVC in basketball.

  • Friday, November 23, 2018 7:51 AM
    Reply # 6929564 on 6895937
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    I figure Minnesota will improve under Motzko, but the whole B1G hasn’t been what everyone thought it would be...

    That said, Rohlik is indeed doing a great job at Ohio State.

  • Friday, November 30, 2018 12:02 PM
    Reply # 6940056 on 6895937

    I dunno, Big Ten's doing alright.  It might not be the teams we thought would be doing good, and no it's not as good as they'd hoped it would.  I know they envisioned 6 teams to start and for all 6 to be ranked 1-6.

    Nebraska basketball is one of the mighty??  I hope you were joking.

  • Sunday, December 02, 2018 7:44 AM
    Reply # 6941881 on 6895937

    sorry for no recap last week!!!

    Mav's score 6 goals this weekend! unfortunately they gave up 9.  Blais isn't around to win games 9-8 anymore and say what you want Blais Haters (tm) but can't pin the results on this years team on him.

    Don't know if the transition  to Gabinet's style is taking hold quite as easily as one would have hoped.

    I'm not going to bash the team, just hang on it's going to be a long season

    elsewhere: Miami gets 2 ties against a very good st. cloud team.  very impressive showing for miami this week.

    BU and BC skate to a soccer score..

    Want to talk about BC. BC's regular-season nonconference winless streak is now an incredible 22 games (0-18-4), a stretch that goes back more than 2 full years. The Eagles have now lost to teams in every college hockey conference in that span.

    I don't know what to think about the big10mistake:  either all the teams are really mediocre or it's a good conference this year.

  • Monday, December 03, 2018 1:01 PM
    Reply # 6943771 on 6895937

    Thanks Quinn,

    The BC situation is bizarre. It's not like they are lacking in talent or coaching. When they are in conference play they seem to do well. Must be this imaginary brick wall that prevents them from winning any non-conference games. Maybe they should schedule Alabama-Huntsville more often.

    The Big Ten is okay this year. Not great, but not terrible either. I still feel that the Big Ten will be a contender for top conference (fighting with the NCHC), but not for quite a while. Notre Dame is propping up that conference right now.

  • Monday, December 03, 2018 1:44 PM
    Reply # 6943873 on 6895937
    Anonymous member (Administrator)

    What’s interesting is that both BC and BU were on the “outside looking in” at the end of the 2017-18 regular season as it regards the PWR going into the conference tournaments. 

    BU was ultimately able to make a move in the Hockey East tournament that got them into the NCAAs, but it is interesting that BC (which has seemingly been a fixture in the NCAA tournament) isn’t having the success they’re used to. 

    (BC won 20 games last season, but were 16th in the PWR at the end).

    It’s nice to see UMass doing so well... mainly because @FearTheTriangle on Twitter has had to suffer (as a Minutemen fan) for so many years — he seems to be enjoying every moment of this. :-) 

  • Sunday, December 09, 2018 7:42 AM
    Reply # 6951815 on 6895937

    I did a quick search and can't find a record of worst GAA of all time.  If there is a stat I would think the mavs have to be closing in on some sort of record. 

    Not much to say about this weekend other than Mavs would do well not to give up a touchdown every time they play...
    saturdays game against st. cloud was a new level of ugly.

    elsewhere:  Western michigan beats up umd and comes out with a win and a tie.   I would give more credit to wmu if umd had been playing with a full lineup. 

    DU and UND split -- not a big surprise there.  think both teams are still finding their way. 

    shout out to NMU's Atte Tolvanen who pulled of the impressive feat of the goalie goal.   11th NCAA goalie goal in NCAA history (Evan Weninger is on that list as well!!!)

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