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Hockeypalooza 2021

Posted by Weder 
Hockeypalooza 2021
Posted by: Weder (192.72.255.---)
Date: March 05, 2020 03:11PM

I've received several save-the-date emails about this in the past couple of days. They are planning a celebration of both teams the weekend of Feb. 5-6, 2021. According to one of the emails, there are two women's games and one men's game scheduled that weekend.


As we enter the 2020’s, we will recognize 120 years of men’s hockey and 50 years of women’s hockey at Cornell. These are milestones worth celebrating and in the spirit of Cornell’s Hockey Tradition, we are inviting friends, fans, and alumni from both teams back to Lynah to be a part of a spectacular Winterfest Event.

Together between the men and the women we will celebrate the pride of the Lynah Faithful….
53 All American College Hockey Players
45 Professional Hockey Players
37 Ivy League Champions
18 Olympians

17 ECAC Regular Season Champions
16 ECAC Tournament Champions
15 ECAC Finalists
12 Frozen Fours
2 National Titles
40 Years of Phil
and WHO KNOWS how many fish on the ice!
 
Re: Hockeypalooza 2021
Posted by: upprdeck (---.fs.cornell.edu)
Date: March 05, 2020 03:43PM

One mens game would imply Colgate weekend?
 
Re: Hockeypalooza 2021
Posted by: Weder (192.72.255.---)
Date: March 05, 2020 05:00PM

The 18 Olympians thing is misleading at best, though, right? The only explanation that I can come up with is that they are counting players who have been on more than one Olympic team multiple times.
 
Re: Hockeypalooza 2021
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 05, 2020 05:14PM

Weder
The 18 Olympians thing is misleading at best, though, right? The only explanation that I can come up with is that they are counting players who have been on more than one Olympic team multiple times.

That is it exactly.
 

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