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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Scersk '97 (---.hsd1.ct.comcast.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:23PM

Trotsky
I see SLU as romantic because of Appleton.

Appleton is indeed beautiful, but part of me really loves Houston for how ungainly it is. And Troy has great places to drink now; Canton only has food poisoning in store.

I don't want it to happen at our expense, but I dearly hope the teams in both barns get their houses in order.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: dag14 (---.twcny.res.rr.com)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:24PM

I just remember that Brock Tredway '82 and John Olds '81 were on the team at the time which is why I guessed "early 80's."

I arrived at Cornell in the fall of 1968, left for a couple of years to go to grad school and have been back in Ithaca since 1976. So I have been watching Cornell hockey games for 50 years. I am just thankful that I can remember any of the details!
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: ugarte (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:32PM

Trotsky
The metaphysical ideal is IMHO Cornell, Clarkson, Harvard, St. Lawrence. If I was picking the Mount Rushmore of the conference that is who I would choose. It happened once in 1991.
yeah but that sucked

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:39PM

Scersk '97
Scersk '97
Trotsky
The metaphysical ideal is IMHO Cornell, Clarkson, Harvard, St. Lawrence. If I was picking the Mount Rushmore of the conference that is who I would choose. It happened once in 1991.

Nein.

The metaphysical ideal is Cornell, Clarkson, Harvard, and either SLU or RPI. The last classic year was 2002.

Prior to 1985, the ideal was, of course, Cornell, Clarkson, Harvard, and BU. I think that three year sequence from '69–'71 is a record (three years, same teams) that will never be broken.

93-94 is the only time it's happened for 2, let alone 3, seasons. Add that in 69-71 it was a 17-team conference.

Never is a long time, but it's certainly not probable for a long time to come.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/09/2018 10:43PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:41PM

Scersk '97
Trotsky
I see SLU as romantic because of Appleton.

Appleton is indeed beautiful, but part of me really loves Houston for how ungainly it is. And Troy has great places to drink now; Canton only has food poisoning in store.

I don't want it to happen at our expense, but I dearly hope the teams in both barns get their houses in order.
I love RPI's fans and I have had many great experiences in Troy. And I know exactly what you mean about Houston and it's my 4th favorite ECAC building (Lynah, Appleton, Baker) since the night they drove old Walker down.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/09/2018 10:45PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:41PM

ugarte
Trotsky
The metaphysical ideal is IMHO Cornell, Clarkson, Harvard, St. Lawrence. If I was picking the Mount Rushmore of the conference that is who I would choose. It happened once in 1991.
yeah but that sucked
Well, yes. As did 2002.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.mycingular.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:55PM

Scersk '97
Trotsky
The metaphysical ideal is IMHO Cornell, Clarkson, Harvard, St. Lawrence. If I was picking the Mount Rushmore of the conference that is who I would choose. It happened once in 1991.

Nein.

The metaphysical ideal is Cornell, Clarkson, Harvard, and either SLU or RPI. The last classic year was 2002.

Perhaps this was the thinking when they tried that awful final five format.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Beeeej (Moderator)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:55PM

ugarte
MONGO NEED HIGHLIGHTS



 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.mycingular.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 10:58PM

Trotsky
In case you're wondering.

Hey StatBoy, I was actually wondering when the last six-goal period happened.

Chop chop.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: djk26 (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:00PM

A very nice beginning to a big weekend for Cornell sports. We'll be cheering on the bball team and lacrosse team, too.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:06PM

RichH
Trotsky
In case you're wondering.

Hey StatBoy, I was actually wondering when the last six-goal period happened.

Chop chop.

What you got for my rice bowl, memsahib?
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/09/2018 11:10PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.mycingular.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:15PM

Trotsky
djk26
COR 9
QUI 1 F

DAR 4
HAR 1 2:04 3

CLG 2
CLK 1 F

PRN 5
UNI 3 F

Soooo...unless HAR comes back, Cornell is the only higher seed in the ECAC to win tonight. Wow.

Harvard didn't come back. Current playoff leaders:

7 Princeton
1 Cornell

6 Colgate
5 Dartmouth

Princeton is the most dangerous team in the East, ignoring a fully-healthy CU. (Edit: shit, I forgot about BEANPOT CHAMPION OF THE ALL IMPORTANT HUB, Northeastern. They’re more complete than PU AND they have a huge top line.)

Kufner & Véronneau are #2 & #3 in the nation in points and Kufner just tied for the national league in goals, even with the reduced-game Ivy schedule. They also have the #1 scoring d-man in the nation.

But their D is weak and CU has proven many times (most recently in the 2017 ECAC semi) that they can shut down a one super-duper line team. If any/all of the other home teams go down, it’s a boost if we advance.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/09/2018 11:25PM by RichH.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Scersk '97 (---.hsd1.ct.comcast.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:15PM

Trotsky
Scersk '97
I don't want it to happen at our expense, but I dearly hope the teams in both barns get their houses in order.
I love RPI's fans and I have had many great experiences in Troy. And I know exactly what you mean about Houston and it's my 4th favorite ECAC building (Lynah, Appleton, Baker) since the night they drove old Walker down.

Got to see two games in Walker during my sister's college visit to Potsdam. What an amazing place… and so small! Cheel was such an enormous downgrade.

If we're ranking:
(1) Lynah       
(2) Houston     Saw that afternoon game. With the new windows, the sun shone in beautifully. Felt good on my 101º fever.
(3) the Whale 
(4) Appleton    Always too bad that SLU can't put together a decent band for any stretch of time.
(5) Thompson    Deep and well-pitched. Dartmouth is on its way, unfortunately, to obliterating the game-time atmosphere.
(6) Bright 
(7) Meehan      I like the seats, physically; I like how I can choose to sit in any seat I please. 
(8) Achilles    Would be better if the Union fans could control their children. A little "high-schooly."
(9) Baker       I like the gallery; I like the Princeton band. The rest of the fans blow. Feels small in a really bad way. Claustrophobia-inducing.
(10) Cheel      Just awful. Always expect to see a popcorn ceiling when I look up.

(NR) That new Colgate place
And that's all.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: ugarte (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:17PM

Beeeej
ugarte
MONGO NEED HIGHLIGHTS

MONGO LIKE

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.mycingular.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:19PM

Trotsky
RichH
Trotsky
In case you're wondering.

Hey StatBoy, I was actually wondering when the last six-goal period happened.

Chop chop.

What you got for my rice bowl, memsahib?

Damn, that’s delicious research. I owe you a beverage at whatever side-street dive we find ourselves at in Lake Placid. (I’m going no matter what, so don’t accuse me of woofing.) I’m sure my Junior-year twit self really enjoyed that game.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:24PM

All games, Cornell 5+ goals in any period:

Date	       Cor    Opp   Per 1   Per 2   Per 3      OT	Type	Opponent
1/4/1911	13	0	4	9		0	Pre	at Western Reserve    HALVES
2/19/1921	7	4	0	2	5	0	Pre	at Columbia          
12/14/1957	16	3	9	2	5	0	Pre	Lehigh
1/16/1959	9	3	5	4	0	0	Pre	at Pennsylvania
2/11/1961	6	2	1	5	0	0	Pre	Brown
3/4/1961	13	1	2	3	8	0	Pre	Pennsylvania
2/10/1962	7	2	2	5	0	0	Pre	at Brown
3/3/1962	10	0	0	7	3	0	Pre	Pennsylvania
12/1/1962	11	0	2	6	3	0	NC	Pennsylvania
11/30/1963	13	0	3	5	5	0	NC	at Pennsylvania
1/13/1965	19	0	5	7	7	0	NC	Hamilton
2/10/1965	14	0	7	2	5	0	NC	at Hamilton
2/17/1965	9	2	3	0	6	0	ECAC	Harvard
11/25/1965	15	0	6	5	4	0	NC	York
11/24/1966	14	2	7	3	4	0	NC	McMaster
12/6/1966	8	0	5	0	3	0	ECAC	St. Lawrence
1/11/1967	8	0	5	2	1	0	ECAC	at Colgate
1/19/1967	10	2	7	1	2	0	ECAC	Colgate
3/7/1967	11	2	4	5	2	0	ECAC QF	Brown
3/9/1967	12	2	4	3	5	0	ECAC SF	vs Boston College
12/18/1967	9	0	6	3	0	0	ECAC	at Harvard
1/20/1968	18	1	4	7	7	0	ECAC	at Pennsylvania
1/27/1968	19	1	4	9	6	0	ECAC	at Yale
2/17/1968	14	2	1	7	6	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
2/24/1968	9	1	2	2	5	0	ECAC	Pennsylvania
11/23/1968	13	0	5	3	5	0	NC	Guelph
11/30/1968	12	1	3	6	3	0	NC	Western Ontario
1/8/1969	14	0	5	4	5	0	ECAC	Pennsylvania
1/24/1969	10	3	3	5	2	0	ECAC	vs Pennsylvania
2/1/1969	11	2	3	5	3	0	ECAC	at Dartmouth
2/5/1969	11	2	2	7	2	0	ECAC	at Yale
2/15/1969	13	2	4	3	6	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
11/22/1969	8	2	5	1	2	0	NC	Western Ontario
2/25/1970	9	3	2	6	1	0	ECAC	Harvard
3/4/1970	14	0	3	6	5	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
12/10/1970	13	1	3	4	6	0	NC	Seneca
1/2/1971	7	2	1	5	1	0	NC	Guelph
2/11/1971	8	0	1	5	2	0	ECAC	Yale
2/19/1971	9	2	0	4	5	0	ECAC	at Boston College
2/24/1971	9	4	5	4	0	0	ECAC	at Pennsylvania
2/27/1971	9	3	2	6	1	0	ECAC	Princeton
3/9/1971	6	3	0	5	1	0	ECAC QF	Providence
11/19/1971	12	2	2	5	5	0	NC	Waterloo
11/27/1971	11	2	2	4	5	0	NC	Laurentian
1/26/1972	10	3	3	1	6	0	ECAC	Boston College
1/29/1972	8	0	2	1	5	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
2/26/1972	12	1	3	6	3	0	ECAC	at Princeton
3/7/1972	11	1	2	4	5	0	ECAC QF	Providence
12/2/1972	9	2	1	5	3	0	NC	York
1/4/1973	13	5	3	6	4	0	NC	Loyola-Montreal
2/24/1973	7	5	1	5	1	0	ECAC	at Princeton
12/28/1973	9	8	0	7	2	0	Tour SF	vs Colorado College
1/8/1974	9	3	3	0	6	0	ECAC	Colgate
1/3/1975	10	7	5	1	4	0	ECAC	vs Boston College
1/7/1975	8	4	1	2	5	0	ECAC	at Colgate
2/22/1975	9	5	6	0	3	0	ECAC	at Princeton
11/25/1975	15	2	3	5	7	0	NC	Ottawa
1/7/1976	7	6	1	1	5	0	ECAC	Colgate
1/24/1976	8	0	0	5	3	0	ECAC	Yale
2/3/1976	9	7	2	2	5	0	ECAC	at St. Lawrence
2/28/1976	8	2	5	3	0	0	ECAC	Princeton
3/13/1976	7	6	5	0	2	0	ECAC Co	vs Harvard
11/20/1976	11	5	1	4	6	0	NC	York
12/7/1976	10	4	2	5	3	0	ECAC	St. Lawrence
1/11/1977	9	5	2	2	5	0	ECAC	at Colgate
1/19/1977	11	8	2	5	4	0	ECAC	Clarkson
1/27/1977	11	0	3	2	6	0	ECAC	Princeton
1/14/1978	13	3	2	6	5	0	ECAC	Boston College
1/21/1978	13	1	9	2	2	0	ECAC	Yale
1/25/1978	7	6	0	5	2	0	ECAC	Princeton
1/28/1978	11	2	3	5	3	0	ECAC	Pennsylvania
2/4/1978	12	2	5	4	3	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
1/13/1979	11	4	4	2	5	0	ECAC	at Boston College
2/21/1979	11	3	8	1	2	0	ECAC	Harvard
3/3/1979	10	4	4	1	5	0	ECAC	at Princeton
3/6/1979	6	5	0	0	5	1	ECAC QF	Providence 
1/26/1980	6	2	0	1	5	0	ECAC	Maine
11/23/1980	9	2	2	2	5	0	NC	US International
12/29/1980	7	3	1	5	1	0	Tour F	at Colorado College
11/22/1981	6	2	1	5	0	0	NC	Concordia
2/20/1982	8	2	1	5	2	0	ECAC	Maine
11/20/1982	7	1			5	0	NC	Wilfrid Laurier    I DON'T HAVE THE BOX SCORE
2/23/1985	8	9	1	2	5	0	ECAC	at Yale
3/8/1985	9	2	3	1	5	0	ECAC QF	Yale
3/16/1985	5	3	0	0	5	0	ECAC Co	vs Clarkson
12/3/1985	10	2	2	6	2	0	ECAC	at Colgate
2/22/1986	10	3	1	5	4	0	ECAC	Brown
11/30/1987	5	1	0	5	0	0	NC	US International
1/6/1989	10	2	3	2	5	0	ECAC	Brown
2/18/1989	10	3	3	5	2	0	ECAC	at Brown
1/20/1990	6	2	0	1	5	0	ECAC	at Yale
1/4/1991	6	4	1	0	5	0	ECAC	at Vermont
1/3/1992	8	1	5	2	1	0	ECAC	at Union
1/15/1993	7	2	6	1	0	0	NC	Air Force
1/15/1995	8	2	2	6	0	0	NC	Army
3/4/1995	8	2	0	6	2	0	ECAC	Union
2/15/1997	7	2	2	5	0	0	ECAC	Brown
11/15/2002	8	0	5	2	1	0	ECAC	at Vermont
12/3/2004	6	2	0	5	1	0	ECAC	Yale
3/9/2018	9	1	3	6	0	0	ECAC QF	Quinnipiac

Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 03/09/2018 11:31PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Beeeej (Moderator)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:27PM

RichH
Trotsky
RichH
Trotsky
In case you're wondering.

Hey StatBoy, I was actually wondering when the last six-goal period happened.

Chop chop.

What you got for my rice bowl, memsahib?

Damn, that’s delicious research. I owe you a beverage at whatever side-street dive we find ourselves at in Lake Placid. (I’m going no matter what, so don’t accuse me of woofing.) I’m sure my Junior-year twit self really enjoyed that game.

You totally did. And I absolutely remember that. whistle

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.mycingular.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:29PM

So now Schafer has seen more 5-goal periods as coach than he saw during his Senior season.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: redliner (---.hsd1.wa.comcast.net)
Date: March 09, 2018 11:51PM

According to the Quinnipiac Chronicle, Pecknold refused to speak to the media after the game. He also didn't let his players talk. [www.quchronicle.com]
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 12:11AM

Lotta red this season.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 12:25AM

dag14
I have been watching Cornell hockey games for 50 years. I am just thankful that I can remember any of the details!

37. Tell me about it.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: sah67 (---.twcny.res.rr.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 12:45AM

redliner
According to the Quinnipiac Chronicle, Pecknold refused to speak to the media after the game. He also didn't let his players talk. [www.quchronicle.com]


Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 03/10/2018 12:48AM by sah67.

 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: adamw (---.phlapa.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 12:53AM

That QU Chronicle article is awful - but hey.


I agree with Rich on Princeton and Northeastern. The only real difference between the two is Northeastern's goalie - Cayden Primeau, Keith's son. Both him and Ferland (Princeton) are freshmen, but Ferland is not always sharp.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Killer (---.bstnma.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 02:24AM

Trotsky
dag14
It was not a playoff game but I remember a game in the early 80's against Yale where a Bertrand team was up 9-0 in the first period. Bertrand pulled the goalie on a faceoff in the Yale end. He said he wanted to "practice" playing 6 on 5....
Dick Bertrand before he dicks you.

Note Yale's first period goalie.

I was there '71 to '77, so I missed that game. But I do remember, perhaps from an article in the Sun, that Bertrand tried to determine in practice how fast you could score into an open net from a face-off in the far end, assuming you won the face-off cleanly and got off an immediate shot. I don't remember the exact time, but it was something like 2.8 seconds, meaning that with anything less on the clock, there was no down side to pulling your goalie for an extra skater with an offensive-zone face-off.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: dbilmes (---.nys.biz.rr.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 08:28AM

redliner
According to the Quinnipiac Chronicle, Pecknold refused to speak to the media after the game. He also didn't let his players talk. [www.quchronicle.com]
It's a typical class act by Pecknold to stiff student journalists from his own school who drove 5 hours to Ithaca and just watched their team lose, 9-1.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: dbilmes (---.nys.biz.rr.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 08:33AM

Trotsky
All games, Cornell 5+ goals in any period:

Date	       Cor    Opp   Per 1   Per 2   Per 3      OT	Type	Opponent
1/4/1911	13	0	4	9		0	Pre	at Western Reserve    HALVES
2/19/1921	7	4	0	2	5	0	Pre	at Columbia          
12/14/1957	16	3	9	2	5	0	Pre	Lehigh
1/16/1959	9	3	5	4	0	0	Pre	at Pennsylvania
2/11/1961	6	2	1	5	0	0	Pre	Brown
3/4/1961	13	1	2	3	8	0	Pre	Pennsylvania
2/10/1962	7	2	2	5	0	0	Pre	at Brown
3/3/1962	10	0	0	7	3	0	Pre	Pennsylvania
12/1/1962	11	0	2	6	3	0	NC	Pennsylvania
11/30/1963	13	0	3	5	5	0	NC	at Pennsylvania
1/13/1965	19	0	5	7	7	0	NC	Hamilton
2/10/1965	14	0	7	2	5	0	NC	at Hamilton
2/17/1965	9	2	3	0	6	0	ECAC	Harvard
11/25/1965	15	0	6	5	4	0	NC	York
11/24/1966	14	2	7	3	4	0	NC	McMaster
12/6/1966	8	0	5	0	3	0	ECAC	St. Lawrence
1/11/1967	8	0	5	2	1	0	ECAC	at Colgate
1/19/1967	10	2	7	1	2	0	ECAC	Colgate
3/7/1967	11	2	4	5	2	0	ECAC QF	Brown
3/9/1967	12	2	4	3	5	0	ECAC SF	vs Boston College
12/18/1967	9	0	6	3	0	0	ECAC	at Harvard
1/20/1968	18	1	4	7	7	0	ECAC	at Pennsylvania
1/27/1968	19	1	4	9	6	0	ECAC	at Yale
2/17/1968	14	2	1	7	6	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
2/24/1968	9	1	2	2	5	0	ECAC	Pennsylvania
11/23/1968	13	0	5	3	5	0	NC	Guelph
11/30/1968	12	1	3	6	3	0	NC	Western Ontario
1/8/1969	14	0	5	4	5	0	ECAC	Pennsylvania
1/24/1969	10	3	3	5	2	0	ECAC	vs Pennsylvania
2/1/1969	11	2	3	5	3	0	ECAC	at Dartmouth
2/5/1969	11	2	2	7	2	0	ECAC	at Yale
2/15/1969	13	2	4	3	6	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
11/22/1969	8	2	5	1	2	0	NC	Western Ontario
2/25/1970	9	3	2	6	1	0	ECAC	Harvard
3/4/1970	14	0	3	6	5	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
12/10/1970	13	1	3	4	6	0	NC	Seneca
1/2/1971	7	2	1	5	1	0	NC	Guelph
2/11/1971	8	0	1	5	2	0	ECAC	Yale
2/19/1971	9	2	0	4	5	0	ECAC	at Boston College
2/24/1971	9	4	5	4	0	0	ECAC	at Pennsylvania
2/27/1971	9	3	2	6	1	0	ECAC	Princeton
3/9/1971	6	3	0	5	1	0	ECAC QF	Providence
11/19/1971	12	2	2	5	5	0	NC	Waterloo
11/27/1971	11	2	2	4	5	0	NC	Laurentian
1/26/1972	10	3	3	1	6	0	ECAC	Boston College
1/29/1972	8	0	2	1	5	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
2/26/1972	12	1	3	6	3	0	ECAC	at Princeton
3/7/1972	11	1	2	4	5	0	ECAC QF	Providence
12/2/1972	9	2	1	5	3	0	NC	York
1/4/1973	13	5	3	6	4	0	NC	Loyola-Montreal
2/24/1973	7	5	1	5	1	0	ECAC	at Princeton
12/28/1973	9	8	0	7	2	0	Tour SF	vs Colorado College
1/8/1974	9	3	3	0	6	0	ECAC	Colgate
1/3/1975	10	7	5	1	4	0	ECAC	vs Boston College
1/7/1975	8	4	1	2	5	0	ECAC	at Colgate
2/22/1975	9	5	6	0	3	0	ECAC	at Princeton
11/25/1975	15	2	3	5	7	0	NC	Ottawa
1/7/1976	7	6	1	1	5	0	ECAC	Colgate
1/24/1976	8	0	0	5	3	0	ECAC	Yale
2/3/1976	9	7	2	2	5	0	ECAC	at St. Lawrence
2/28/1976	8	2	5	3	0	0	ECAC	Princeton
3/13/1976	7	6	5	0	2	0	ECAC Co	vs Harvard
11/20/1976	11	5	1	4	6	0	NC	York
12/7/1976	10	4	2	5	3	0	ECAC	St. Lawrence
1/11/1977	9	5	2	2	5	0	ECAC	at Colgate
1/19/1977	11	8	2	5	4	0	ECAC	Clarkson
1/27/1977	11	0	3	2	6	0	ECAC	Princeton
1/14/1978	13	3	2	6	5	0	ECAC	Boston College
1/21/1978	13	1	9	2	2	0	ECAC	Yale
1/25/1978	7	6	0	5	2	0	ECAC	Princeton
1/28/1978	11	2	3	5	3	0	ECAC	Pennsylvania
2/4/1978	12	2	5	4	3	0	ECAC	Dartmouth
1/13/1979	11	4	4	2	5	0	ECAC	at Boston College
2/21/1979	11	3	8	1	2	0	ECAC	Harvard
3/3/1979	10	4	4	1	5	0	ECAC	at Princeton
3/6/1979	6	5	0	0	5	1	ECAC QF	Providence 
1/26/1980	6	2	0	1	5	0	ECAC	Maine
11/23/1980	9	2	2	2	5	0	NC	US International
12/29/1980	7	3	1	5	1	0	Tour F	at Colorado College
11/22/1981	6	2	1	5	0	0	NC	Concordia
2/20/1982	8	2	1	5	2	0	ECAC	Maine
11/20/1982	7	1			5	0	NC	Wilfrid Laurier    I DON'T HAVE THE BOX SCORE
2/23/1985	8	9	1	2	5	0	ECAC	at Yale
3/8/1985	9	2	3	1	5	0	ECAC QF	Yale
3/16/1985	5	3	0	0	5	0	ECAC Co	vs Clarkson
12/3/1985	10	2	2	6	2	0	ECAC	at Colgate
2/22/1986	10	3	1	5	4	0	ECAC	Brown
11/30/1987	5	1	0	5	0	0	NC	US International
1/6/1989	10	2	3	2	5	0	ECAC	Brown
2/18/1989	10	3	3	5	2	0	ECAC	at Brown
1/20/1990	6	2	0	1	5	0	ECAC	at Yale
1/4/1991	6	4	1	0	5	0	ECAC	at Vermont
1/3/1992	8	1	5	2	1	0	ECAC	at Union
1/15/1993	7	2	6	1	0	0	NC	Air Force
1/15/1995	8	2	2	6	0	0	NC	Army
3/4/1995	8	2	0	6	2	0	ECAC	Union
2/15/1997	7	2	2	5	0	0	ECAC	Brown
11/15/2002	8	0	5	2	1	0	ECAC	at Vermont
12/3/2004	6	2	0	5	1	0	ECAC	Yale
3/9/2018	9	1	3	6	0	0	ECAC QF	Quinnipiac

Nineteen of these games took place during my four years at Cornell ('74-78). Looking through the CU program, I also noted that 10 of our 100-point scorers played during that era, including the top three (Nethery, Tredway, Kerling). Those were the days when college hockey was much more wide open and we scored a ton of goals and gave up a ton as well.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.239.191.68.cl.cstel.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 08:56AM

Having just watched the highlight video, it's wow, how bad was the Q defense. We had a break or two, but many of the goals were gimmes by Q.

I don't expect that they'll play like that tonight and the big issue, to me, is how will their defense play? If Shortridge still can't play, anyone hear what was his problem, then it's back to Petruzzelli. None of their goalies are great, save%s around 90%, but he's got to be better tonight. How much better can the rest of the team play defense?

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.239.191.68.cl.cstel.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 08:59AM

And then there's the ECAC link to an article about the Detroit Red Wings..........

"Goalie prospect Keith Petruzzelli showing legitimate potential for Red Wings with Quinnipiac"

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.239.191.68.cl.cstel.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:08AM

Finally, the Q recap for the ECAC site, No. 2 Cornell Pulls Away from QU in First Game of ECAC Quarterfinal Series.

That was quite a pull.

Reading other ECAC team recaps makes me happy that CU could grab Brandon Thomas from The IJ, when, I guess, The IJ decided to downsize CU hockey coverage. To me he's the best from the schools.

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.239.191.68.cl.cstel.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:19AM

Ok, finally again. The Q30 TV recap pointed out an interesting stat. Brendan Smith had 9 blocked shots, which is just 1 less than the whole Q team. No question why he's on the first defense.

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: ugarte (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 10:37AM

Jim Hyla
Ok, finally again. The Q30 TV recap pointed out an interesting stat. Brendan Smith had 9 blocked shots, which is just 1 less than the whole Q team. No question why he's on the first defense.
Quinnipiac "outshot" us 54-41, but we got more shots on goal, 32-18. lol

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: redice (---.stny.res.rr.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 10:45AM

Jim Hyla
Finally, the Q recap for the ECAC site, No. 2 Cornell Pulls Away from QU in First Game of ECAC Quarterfinal Series.

That was quite a pull.

Reading other ECAC team recaps makes me happy that CU could grab Brandon Thomas from The IJ, when, I guess, The IJ decided to downsize CU hockey coverage. To me he's the best from the schools.

Downsize?? Most weeks, it's nonexistent!! Of course, what do we expect when Gannett has almost no presence in Ithaca these days!! It is NOT the local newspaper of Ithaca any more.

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: billhoward (---.nwrk.east.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 11:00AM

The other WHCU Cornell sports broadcaster was Sam Woodside. He seemed ancient when I was in school, which means Sam was probably in his 50s [correction, 60s]. My recall was Sam's attribute was more enthusiastim than any other vector like being a threat to Bob Costas. Actually, I see he had just wound down his career when I was at Cornell and I see Cornell also quite well captured Sam.

From the Cornell Hall of Fame archives [cornellbigred.com]

Cornell of Fame
[Sam Woodside] covered Cornell sports for a span of five decades, first as a writer for the Syracuse Post-Standard, the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle in the 1930s, and then as an announcer for radio station WHCU from 1940 until his retirement in 1971. He was play-by-play announcer for Cornell football, basketball and hockey games; also provided on the spot coverage of crew races.

A living legend because of his unique style of broadcasting, he served the athletic teams and the University faithfully as their ambassador of good will. In addition, he was involved in numerous activities for the city of Ithaca. He was chairman of the Advisory Council of the Youth Bureau; for many years chairman of the Independence Day celebration at Schoellkopf Field; campaign chairman for the Community Chest (forerunner of the United Fund), and as a director of the Reconstruction Home. He has been promotional and Business Manager of Syracuse Invitational Hockey Tournament for several years and assisted the athletic department with football ticket promotions. In 1946 he was named sports director and assistant manager of WHCU.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: ugarte (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 11:00AM

Jim Hyla
Finally, the Q recap for the ECAC site, No. 2 Cornell Pulls Away from QU in First Game of ECAC Quarterfinal Series.
By the time they got to the end they were either not describing the goals at all or just making it up. The description of Vanderlaan's second goal is "his second goal of the game"; there's this poorly edited word salad "Beau Starrett scored his Fiegl earned his third assist of the game"; and Haiskanen did not score "on a slapshot" - it was a back door tip in.

hmm
Quinny recap
The Bobcats have lost the first game in an ECAC Tournament series nine times since 2006. They have gone 7-1 in game two the previous eight times.

 
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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/10/2018 11:02AM by ugarte.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Tom_Hamill (73.95.138.---)
Date: March 10, 2018 01:29PM

That third Cornell goal was one of the most offensively perfect things I've ever seen a Cornell team do. Absolute hockey gold.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: BearLover (---.sub-174-202-20.myvzw.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 01:32PM

Tom_Hamill
That third Cornell goal was one of the most offensively perfect things I've ever seen a Cornell team do. Absolute hockey gold.
But was Fiegl's bulldozing the Q player legal?
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: marty (---.nycap.res.rr.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 01:47PM

BearLover
Tom_Hamill
That third Cornell goal was one of the most offensively perfect things I've ever seen a Cornell team do. Absolute hockey gold.
But was Fiegl's bulldozing the Q player legal?

I don't know but if the Q player had impeded Fiegl THAT would have been interference. If the Q player falls as he is pushed by Fiegl ???????
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Robb (---.lightspeed.dybhfl.sbcglobal.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 01:49PM

BearLover
Tom_Hamill
That third Cornell goal was one of the most offensively perfect things I've ever seen a Cornell team do. Absolute hockey gold.
But was Fiegl's bulldozing the Q player legal?
Well, a defensive player is allowed to "finish a check" as long as it is very soon after the offensive player gets rid of the puck. That's pretty much what Fiegl did - pass, contact. Bang, bang. It cracked me up....but I'm not sure if it was legal.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 10, 2018 02:15PM

redliner
According to the Quinnipiac Chronicle, Pecknold refused to speak to the media after the game. He also didn't let his players talk. [www.quchronicle.com]

I'll bet they didn't shake hands after the game either! :-}

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 02:16PM

Robb
BearLover
Tom_Hamill
That third Cornell goal was one of the most offensively perfect things I've ever seen a Cornell team do. Absolute hockey gold.
But was Fiegl's bulldozing the Q player legal?
Well, a defensive player is allowed to "finish a check" as long as it is very soon after the offensive player gets rid of the puck. That's pretty much what Fiegl did - pass, contact. Bang, bang. It cracked me up....but I'm not sure if it was legal.
I just loved that it was the Fieglest possible play.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: billhoward (---.nwrk.east.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 02:27PM

BearLover
Tom_Hamill
That third Cornell goal was one of the most offensively perfect things I've ever seen a Cornell team do. Absolute hockey gold.
But was Fiegl's bulldozing the Q player legal?
If it happened to us, you know what we'd say. Since it was our guy, it was a perfect hockey play combining prowess and strength.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.hsd1.ct.comcast.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 03:21PM

jtwcornell91
redliner
According to the Quinnipiac Chronicle, Pecknold refused to speak to the media after the game. He also didn't let his players talk. [www.quchronicle.com]

I'll bet they didn't shake hands after the game either! :-}

I took a peek a few times at the "chat" feature of Twitch, and during the 3rd period chants, there were several "Cornell fans have no class" comments, and I raised my glass as if it were 1997 again.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Jeff Hopkins '82 (110.5.249.---)
Date: March 10, 2018 05:07PM

RichH
jtwcornell91
redliner
According to the Quinnipiac Chronicle, Pecknold refused to speak to the media after the game. He also didn't let his players talk. [www.quchronicle.com]

I'll bet they didn't shake hands after the game either! :-}

I took a peek a few times at the "chat" feature of Twitch, and during the 3rd period chants, there were several "Cornell fans have no class" comments, and I raised my glass as if it were 1997 again.

Frustrated!

What other chants were there that got people's hackles up?
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: dbilmes (---.nys.biz.rr.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 05:31PM

jtwcornell91


I'll bet they didn't shake hands after the game either! :-}
Teams usually don't shake hands after the first game of a best-of-three series. They usually wait until the series is over.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: billhoward (---.nwrk.east.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 05:35PM

Q fans don't have much of a class ranking.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 05:49PM

billhoward
Q fans don't have much of a class ranking.
To be fair, nobody's at their best in the middle of a 9-1 rout.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: ugarte (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 05:54PM

dbilmes
jtwcornell91


I'll bet they didn't shake hands after the game either! :-}
Teams usually don't shake hands after the first game of a best-of-three series. They usually wait until the series is over.
that was the joke come on man

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Tom_Hamill (73.95.139.---)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:17PM

Robb
BearLover
Tom_Hamill
That third Cornell goal was one of the most offensively perfect things I've ever seen a Cornell team do. Absolute hockey gold.
But was Fiegl's bulldozing the Q player legal?
Well, a defensive player is allowed to "finish a check" as long as it is very soon after the offensive player gets rid of the puck. That's pretty much what Fiegl did - pass, contact. Bang, bang. It cracked me up....but I'm not sure if it was legal.

Well, I look at it with a Cornell fan's eyes, but to me it looked like Fiegl wasn't interfering, more like Fiegl anticipated the chance of getting tangled up and took it; exchanging pawns to free the rook.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/10/2018 09:21PM by Tom_Hamill.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Al DeFlorio (---.hsd1.ma.comcast.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:27PM

Last thing Cornell needed...a 5 minute major with 3:29 to go.

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Beeeej (Moderator)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:37PM

Me in a private GChat on Thursday.

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: BearLover (---.sub-97-47-70.myvzw.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:38PM

Could someone please remind me of what would be required for a player (in this case Angello/Vanderlaan) to receive a suspension for a penalty in the prior game?
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: ugarte (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:44PM

BearLover
Could someone please remind me of what would be required for a player (in this case Angello/Vanderlaan) to receive a suspension for a penalty in the prior game?
throwing a punch, pretty much.

 
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Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.hsd1.ct.comcast.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:53PM

BearLover
Could someone please remind me of what would be required for a player (in this case Angello/Vanderlaan) to receive a suspension for a penalty in the prior game?

Intent to hurt. Shoving a player on purpose head-first into the boards. Actually, most of the time in this league, if you get a 5-minute major, it's accompanied by a Game DQ, which carries a suspension. In this game, both majors weren't very malicious in intent.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 09:59PM

RichH
Actually, most of the time in this league, if you get a 5-minute major, it's accompanied by a Game DQ, which carries a suspension. In this game, both majors weren't very malicious in intent.

I think you mispoke, because the majority (the large majority) of times there is a 5+out the out is a GM not a DQ. DQs are pretty rare.

Edit: oh unless you mean a 5 major as distinct from a 5 for an infraction which is normally a minor (e.g. boarding). I haven't detected any pattern in those.
Edited 2 time(s). Last edit at 03/10/2018 10:01PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: marty (---.nycap.res.rr.com)
Date: March 10, 2018 10:03PM

RichH
BearLover
Could someone please remind me of what would be required for a player (in this case Angello/Vanderlaan) to receive a suspension for a penalty in the prior game?

Intent to hurt. Shoving a player on purpose head-first into the boards. Actually, most of the time in this league, if you get a 5-minute major, it's accompanied by a Game DQ, which carries a suspension. In this game, both majors weren't very malicious in intent.

I know this is easy to check stat wise but my memory tells me that there are less 5 minute majors w/ DQs than 5 minute majors w/ game misconduct in the ECAC during recent seasons.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: RichH (---.hsd1.ct.comcast.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 10:18PM

marty
RichH
BearLover
Could someone please remind me of what would be required for a player (in this case Angello/Vanderlaan) to receive a suspension for a penalty in the prior game?

Intent to hurt. Shoving a player on purpose head-first into the boards. Actually, most of the time in this league, if you get a 5-minute major, it's accompanied by a Game DQ, which carries a suspension. In this game, both majors weren't very malicious in intent.

I know this is easy to check stat wise but my memory tells me that there are less 5 minute majors w/ DQs than 5 minute majors w/ game misconduct in the ECAC during recent seasons.

This could very well be true. During the Saturday game, I proved my time-blindness by thinking the rule where you keep the PP after a delayed-penalty goal went into effect the last two seasons. It was 2011.

Back when the league refs got the directive to crack-down on hits from behind, there were TONS of Game DQs.

I'll go back to thinking that 2000 was "about 10 years ago" now.
 
Re: Quinnipiac QF
Posted by: ugarte (---.dyn.optonline.net)
Date: March 10, 2018 11:07PM

RichH
marty
RichH
BearLover
Could someone please remind me of what would be required for a player (in this case Angello/Vanderlaan) to receive a suspension for a penalty in the prior game?

Intent to hurt. Shoving a player on purpose head-first into the boards. Actually, most of the time in this league, if you get a 5-minute major, it's accompanied by a Game DQ, which carries a suspension. In this game, both majors weren't very malicious in intent.

I know this is easy to check stat wise but my memory tells me that there are less 5 minute majors w/ DQs than 5 minute majors w/ game misconduct in the ECAC during recent seasons.

This could very well be true. During the Saturday game, I proved my time-blindness by thinking the rule where you keep the PP after a delayed-penalty goal went into effect the last two seasons. It was 2011.
FWIW Grady also didn't seem to remember that the team keeps the power play.

 
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