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Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: pmbblblaw (---.nycmny.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 16, 2024 02:06PM

Anyone know where the Cornell fan section will be at Lake Placid this year?
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jeff Hopkins '82 (---.229.167.165.res-cmts.sm3.ptd.net)
Date: March 16, 2024 02:30PM

pmbblblaw
Anyone know where the Cornell fan section will be at Lake Placid this year?

Probably hasn't been assigned yet.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 16, 2024 02:48PM

Jeff Hopkins '82
pmbblblaw
Anyone know where the Cornell fan section will be at Lake Placid this year?

Probably hasn't been assigned yet.

They used to assign the four corners before the quarterfinals, but that was back when they had paper tickets, since the winners of the quarterfinal series could take the tickets with them.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 16, 2024 08:52PM

Holy hell, the 2024 ECAC Lake Placid emblem does not look like shit.



This is the first design element created since 1989 that I can remember that doesn't look it was created by and for imbeciles.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Dunc (107.77.76.---)
Date: March 16, 2024 09:37PM

pmbblblaw
Anyone know where the Cornell fan section will be at Lake Placid this year?
Idk…. But I’ll be there
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 16, 2024 10:04PM

Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: andyw2100 (---.res.spectrum.com)
Date: March 16, 2024 10:12PM

jtwcornell91
Jeff Hopkins '82
pmbblblaw
Anyone know where the Cornell fan section will be at Lake Placid this year?

Probably hasn't been assigned yet.

They used to assign the four corners before the quarterfinals, but that was back when they had paper tickets, since the winners of the quarterfinal series could take the tickets with them.

Last year the ticket office had a code available after the game that allowed us to purchase tickets in the Cornell section, and at a small discount. When I asked about that code tonight they said they did not have it yet, but would publish it and probably send it out via email as soon as they have it.

I can't even find a spot on the Lake Placid website to enter a code. I think last year it was "Cornell", or something equally hard to guess. If someone figures out where on the website to enter a code before seat selection, please post here.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (---.res.spectrum.com)
Date: March 16, 2024 11:09PM

pmbblblaw
Anyone know where the Cornell fan section will be at Lake Placid this year?
Be nice to know out which goal Cornell attacks first and third in case you want your seats there (or the goal Cornell defends if you prefer defense). We will be the home team / white sweaters for the Friday game and if we advance, away team / red sweaters Saturday if Quinnipiac also advances. [edit add:] Based on last year, the home team attacks the non-Zamboni end goal twice (sections 1 /26).

The chart is the Lake Placid Herb Brooks Arena (the 7700-seat big one) seating chart. The cutout at left is the Zamboni door (sections 13/14) and that is at the back end of the rink if you visualize the opposite end (sections 1/26) as the end closer to Main Street and Mirror Lake. The bottom would be the side nearest the high school/skating oval. (The TV cameras shoot toward the benches.)

On the arena site for buying tickets, it shows the majority of tickets are taken or sold but I think that means they may have been set aside. I don't recall a time when you couldn't get tickets. And a lot of fans will leave after game one (Q vs. SLU).
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/17/2024 05:10AM by billhoward.

 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jeff Hopkins '82 (---.229.167.165.res-cmts.sm3.ptd.net)
Date: March 17, 2024 05:39AM

FWIW, I bought tix in section 22. But I fully expect to sit in or near the Cornell section, wherever it is.

Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/17/2024 07:36AM by Jeff Hopkins '82.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 17, 2024 06:23AM

Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.
Edited 5 time(s). Last edit at 03/17/2024 06:28AM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Beeeej (Moderator)
Date: March 17, 2024 07:57AM

Incidentally, this particular combination of four teams has never before been in the ECAC semis, Lake Placid or not. Q’s history in the conference may be relatively brief, but it’s also already twenty years.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 17, 2024 09:25AM

Beeeej
Incidentally, this particular combination of four teams has never before been in the ECAC semis, Lake Placid or not. Q’s history in the conference may be relatively brief, but it’s also already twenty years.
Nicely noticed, Beeej.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: andyw2100 (---.res.spectrum.com)
Date: March 17, 2024 09:50AM

Trotsky
Beeeej
Incidentally, this particular combination of four teams has never before been in the ECAC semis, Lake Placid or not. Q’s history in the conference may be relatively brief, but it’s also already twenty years.
Nicely noticed, Beeej.

TBRW is missing Yale in 1986, Greg.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: RichH (104.28.76.---)
Date: March 17, 2024 09:57AM

andyw2100
Trotsky
Beeeej
Incidentally, this particular combination of four teams has never before been in the ECAC semis, Lake Placid or not. Q’s history in the conference may be relatively brief, but it’s also already twenty years.
Nicely noticed, Beeej.

TBRW is missing Yale in 1986, Greg.

1985 has 5 teams. Probably the source of the 1986 error.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 17, 2024 10:01AM

RichH
andyw2100
Trotsky
Beeeej
Incidentally, this particular combination of four teams has never before been in the ECAC semis, Lake Placid or not. Q’s history in the conference may be relatively brief, but it’s also already twenty years.
Nicely noticed, Beeej.

TBRW is missing Yale in 1986, Greg.

1985 has 5 teams. Probably the source of the 1986 error.

Fixed, thank you.


 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 17, 2024 10:04AM

Other fun stuff: this will be Cornell's 40th ECAC F4. (Personally, it will be Anne and my 25th, which would make us the 4th most successful school despite missing the first 20 seasons.)

Appearances by decade:
60s  4 (of 8)
70s  9
80s  5
90s  5
00s  8
10s  7
20s  2 (of 3)

Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 03/17/2024 10:20AM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: French Rage (104.129.202.---)
Date: March 17, 2024 01:07PM

Beeeej
Incidentally, this particular combination of four teams has never before been in the ECAC semis, Lake Placid or not. Q’s history in the conference may be relatively brief, but it’s also already twenty years.

I was going to say that Dartmouth's fault for making it less frequently, but the most common 3-of-4 for this 4 appears to be DC/QU/SLU in 2007 and 2016, so it's on us.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Scersk '97 (216.49.132.---)
Date: March 17, 2024 02:55PM

French Rage
Beeeej
Incidentally, this particular combination of four teams has never before been in the ECAC semis, Lake Placid or not. Q’s history in the conference may be relatively brief, but it’s also already twenty years.

I was going to say that Dartmouth's fault for making it less frequently, but the most common 3-of-4 for this 4 appears to be DC/QU/SLU in 2007 and 2016, so it's on us.

I am only pleased when it's us, Clarkson, and 2 of Harvard, SLU, or RPI.

This year's combo is unapproved, but I'll allow it if we win it.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 17, 2024 03:30PM

My order of precedence:
 0. Cornell
 1. Clarkson
 2. Harvard (I know, sue me)
 3. St. Lawrence
 4. RPI
 5. Dartmouth
 5. Princeton
 5. Yale
 5. Colgate
 5. Brown
10. Union
11. Quinnipiac

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/17/2024 03:30PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Scersk '97 (216.49.132.---)
Date: March 17, 2024 04:29PM

Trotsky
My order of precedence:
 0. Cornell
 1. Clarkson
 2. Harvard (I know, sue me)
 3. St. Lawrence
 4. RPI
 5. Dartmouth
 5. Princeton
 5. Yale
 5. Colgate
 5. Brown
10. Union
11. Quinnipiac

I mostly agree, but I hate seeing Princeton, as they have this weird tendency to win in their rare appearances.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 17, 2024 09:00PM

Trotsky
My order of precedence:
 0. Cornell
 1. Clarkson
 2. Harvard (I know, sue me)
 3. St. Lawrence
 4. RPI
 5. Dartmouth
 5. Princeton
 5. Yale
 5. Colgate
 5. Brown
10. Union
11. Quinnipiac

I miss UVM, who would probably be 4.5 on that list.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: JasonN95 (---.sub-174-229-87.myvzw.com)
Date: March 17, 2024 10:41PM

jtwcornell91
I miss UVM, who would probably be 4.5 on that list.

I sometimes wonder how things would have been for UVM if it stayed. It doesn’t seem like the jump to Hockey East worked out for the program.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: French Rage (165.225.243.---)
Date: March 17, 2024 11:24PM

JasonN95
jtwcornell91
I miss UVM, who would probably be 4.5 on that list.

I sometimes wonder how things would have been for UVM if it stayed. It doesn’t seem like the jump to Hockey East worked out for the program.

Uh-oh, Justin Milo's dad is gonna log on and give ya what fer!

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:43AM

jtwcornell91
Trotsky
My order of precedence:
 0. Cornell
 1. Clarkson
 2. Harvard (I know, sue me)
 3. St. Lawrence
 4. RPI
 5. Dartmouth
 5. Princeton
 5. Yale
 5. Colgate
 5. Brown
10. Union
11. Quinnipiac

I miss UVM, who would probably be 4.5 on that list.

Same here. For that matter:

 0. Cornell
 1. Screw BU
 2. Clarkson
 3. Harvard too
 4. St. Lawrence
 5. RPI
 6. BC
 7. Vermont
 8. Providence
 8. Dartmouth
 8. Northeastern
 8. Princeton
 8. New Hampshire
 8. Yale
 8. Maine
 8. Colgate
 8. Army
 8. Brown
18. Union
19. Quinnipiac
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: BlueSky (50.228.149.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 10:40AM

Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: ugarte (---.nycmny.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 18, 2024 10:51AM

BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

 
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: newco113 (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 11:18AM

ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: RichH (---.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 11:34AM

newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.

Not to mention the the bulk of the locals of Lake Placid & Saranac Lake area typically throw their support to the North Country teams, whichever one is there. They may not be boisterous or loud, but they like having tournaments like this there and they will pull for the region.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: cquinn (---.hsd1.vt.comcast.net)
Date: March 18, 2024 11:56AM

Schools by Section: 3: St Lawrence University | (2 Band) – 11: Cornell | (12 Band) – 16: Dartmouth | (15 Band) – 24: Quinnipiac | (25 Band)
[lakeplacidolympiccenter.com]
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: pmbblblaw (---.nycmny.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:14PM

Section 11 tickets are not available online at the Lake Placid Brooks Arena ticket office. I called the arena and the ticket rep said I needed to get Section 11 tix from the Cornell ticket office. I just called the Cornell ticket office; it is closed, only open Tuesday-Friday. Hmmm... how to get section 11 tickets today??? Am I missing something?
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:16PM

cquinn
Schools by Section: 3: St Lawrence University | (2 Band) – 11: Cornell | (12 Band) – 16: Dartmouth | (15 Band) – 24: Quinnipiac | (25 Band)
[lakeplacidolympiccenter.com]

SLU Band, since when? They don't even have a band when they play at home.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Iceberg (200.5.49.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:18PM

newco113

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.

The last time SLU was in Lake Placid, I recall there being a lot of their supporters in attendance, which would make sense given the proximity to Canton and Lake Placid being in the North Country
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:19PM

pmbblblaw
Section 11 tickets are not available online at the Lake Placid Brooks Arena ticket office. I called the arena and the ticket rep said I needed to get Section 11 tix from the Cornell ticket office. I just called the Cornell ticket office; it is closed, only open Tuesday-Friday. Hmmm... how to get section 11 tickets today??? Am I missing something?

BigRedTix says:

"MEN'S HOCKEY - ECAC CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT INFORMATION WILL BE RELEASED BY 8PM ON MONDAY, MARCH 18TH."

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: pmbblblaw (---.nycmny.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:31PM

will we be able to get tix online? If so, at what website? Cornell ticket office or Brooks Arena? will the entire section be available? is it general admission or assigned seating? thanks.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: upprdeck (38.77.26.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:31PM

yeah.. the AD does a great job of running this simple stuff.

In the old days they needed to wait for the paper tickets to show up to sell them.

did STH get an email?

if the Cornell section is not virtual that could be the hold up.. But still no reason that until 8pm people have no idea whats going on.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:34PM

JasonN95
jtwcornell91
I miss UVM, who would probably be 4.5 on that list.

I sometimes wonder how things would have been for UVM if it stayed. It doesn’t seem like the jump to Hockey East worked out for the program.

They were 60 seconds from a national championshipin the Frozen Four in 2009. (Apparently I've swapped UVM and Miami--and presumably Milo and Brent Brekke--in my memory of that tournament.)

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: andyw2100 (---.res.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:52PM

pmbblblaw
will we be able to get tix online? If so, at what website? Cornell ticket office or Brooks Arena? will the entire section be available? is it general admission or assigned seating? thanks.

Last year as soon as the game ended a code was available (possibly on the scoreboard, but definitely, at a minimum, at the ticket office) that allowed us to purchase online, in the Cornell section, and at a small (perhaps $5 per ticket?) discount. When I asked about a code at the ticket office after the game on Saturday night I was told they did not have the info from Lake Placid yet.

I expect there will be a code, or a specific URL.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/18/2024 12:53PM by andyw2100.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: dbilmes (64.224.255.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 12:52PM

The ECAC just announced that the tournament will be staying in Lake Placid for the next two years.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 01:10PM

For some perspective, horrors:

Neither Q, SLU, nor Dartmouth have anything on their website about tickets, just a link to the LP site.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: upprdeck (38.77.26.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 01:13PM

Its almost like using virtual tickets has made this harder not easier?

in the way back machine they used to send out tickets ahead of time to the schools to sell once they won.

Has it gotten harder with tech running the show?
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: newco113 (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 01:16PM

Jim Hyla
For some perspective, horrors:

Neither Q, SLU, nor Dartmouth have anything on their website about tickets, just a link to the LP site.

Yup, we are all in a panic about it too. I'm getting flooded with messages from friends and fellow fans about the ticket info and we know we are in Section 3. Just nothing yet on how to purchase tickets in that section. So, you're not alone, but it's so frustrating!
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: RichH (---.deploy.static.akamaitechnologies.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 01:49PM

newco113
Jim Hyla
For some perspective, horrors:

Neither Q, SLU, nor Dartmouth have anything on their website about tickets, just a link to the LP site.

Yup, we are all in a panic about it too. I'm getting flooded with messages from friends and fellow fans about the ticket info and we know we are in Section 3. Just nothing yet on how to purchase tickets in that section. So, you're not alone, but it's so frustrating!

A reminder that this is a new league commissioner going through this for the first time. It’s seeming like his administration has been caught flat-footed with the planning/timing. Or maybe it’s ORDA.

[ecachockey.com]

It’s going to be hard not to reflexively refer to Shagwell going forward.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: marty (---.res.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 03:51PM

pmbblblaw
Section 11 tickets are not available online at the Lake Placid Brooks Arena ticket office. I called the arena and the ticket rep said I needed to get Section 11 tix from the Cornell ticket office. I just called the Cornell ticket office; it is closed, only open Tuesday-Friday. Hmmm... how to get section 11 tickets today??? Am I missing something?

Tickets.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: ugarte (---.nycmny.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 18, 2024 04:28PM

newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.
I take back nothing. The main lesson I have learned in life is that being right is the least important thing to be.

 
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: yougoon (199.79.156.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 04:51PM

ugarte
newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.
I take back nothing. The main lesson I have learned in life is that being right is the least important thing to be.

I imagine townies from St Lawrence WILL travel this weekend, but unfortunately for their hockey team, many students will still be on spring break...

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 05:07PM

CORNELL SECTION TICKETS HERE.

I just tried the password CORNELL24 and it worked, the section opened.

Happy searching.

 
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Cornell lawyers stopped the candy throwing. Jan/2005
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (45.140.184.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 06:00PM

St. Lawrence definitely helps attendance in Lake Placid. Clarkson a bit more.
Clarkson        3700 students
St. Lawrence    2200 students
The best possible ECAC-in-Placid turnout would be Cornell, Clarkson, St. Lawrence and, um, pick one, maybe RPI. It is about 80 miles from Clarkson (+5 for St Lawrence) to Lake Placid but it is dark (well, yeah), twisty road that is not well-striped. Read: It's not that far but it's a bitch of drive home. With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: ugarte (---.sub-174-244-147.myvzw.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 06:02PM

billhoward
With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.
Darkness is a CRT plot.

 
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: andyw2100 (---.res.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 06:29PM

Jim Hyla
CORNELL SECTION TICKETS HERE.

I just tried the password CORNELL24 and it worked, the section opened.

Happy searching.

Any one have any idea what may be going on in rows G, H, I in Section 11? Those seats are blocked. They aren't blocked for the band, supposedly, because the band is supposed to be in Section 12.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: fastforward (---.sub-174-228-228.myvzw.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 06:49PM

andyw2100
Jim Hyla
CORNELL SECTION TICKETS HERE.

I just tried the password CORNELL24 and it worked, the section opened.

Happy searching.

Any one have any idea what may be going on in rows G, H, I in Section 11? Those seats are blocked. They aren't blocked for the band, supposedly, because the band is supposed to be in Section 12.

Maybe player’s family?
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: andyw2100 (---.res.spectrum.com)
Date: March 18, 2024 06:51PM

fastforward
andyw2100
Jim Hyla
CORNELL SECTION TICKETS HERE.

I just tried the password CORNELL24 and it worked, the section opened.

Happy searching.

Any one have any idea what may be going on in rows G, H, I in Section 11? Those seats are blocked. They aren't blocked for the band, supposedly, because the band is supposed to be in Section 12.

Maybe player’s family?

That's a great guess! Thanks!

I think I'll try to "crack" the very complicated password code for the other teams and see if similar seats are blocked in those sections.

Edit: Code cracked. All the team sections have those rows blocked. SLU has a few purchased already, which makes me think perhaps parents / player guests are also being given a code that opens up those seats. Took a shot at cracking those codes but failed.
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/18/2024 06:57PM by andyw2100.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: upprdeck (38.77.26.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 06:54PM

We are now in official win and stay in mode. for the next 1 - 6 games.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 18, 2024 08:48PM

billhoward
St. Lawrence definitely helps attendance in Lake Placid. Clarkson a bit more.
Clarkson        3700 students
St. Lawrence    2200 students
The best possible ECAC-in-Placid turnout would be Cornell, Clarkson, St. Lawrence and, um, pick one, maybe RPI. It is about 80 miles from Clarkson (+5 for St Lawrence) to Lake Placid but it is dark (well, yeah), twisty road that is not well-striped. Read: It's not that far but it's a bitch of drive home. With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.

In 2000, it was us, Clarkson, SLU, RPI, and Colgate, which seems just about optimal. Unfortunately for the attendance, Clarkson lost to RPI in the play-in Thursday night.

I don't have the attendance numbers handy.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 18, 2024 09:15PM

newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.

This is simply not true. I've been to every Lake Placid ECACs and the SLU presence is never significant. They are great fans and they travel well, but their pool is just too small. Every SLU fan is an outstanding fan, and Canton gives it everything they have, and I have spent many an evening and many a beer hanging out with them, but they do not have numbers.

Heavy: Cornell, Clarkson, extremely annoyingly Quinnipiac, once upon a time Vermont

Medium: Union, RPI

Small: Colgate, St. Lawrence, Dartmouth

Nearly Zero: Brown, Princeton, Yale even when they were good, Harvard
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/18/2024 09:16PM by Trotsky.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Chris '03 (104.28.132.---)
Date: March 18, 2024 09:47PM

jtwcornell91
billhoward
St. Lawrence definitely helps attendance in Lake Placid. Clarkson a bit more.
Clarkson        3700 students
St. Lawrence    2200 students
The best possible ECAC-in-Placid turnout would be Cornell, Clarkson, St. Lawrence and, um, pick one, maybe RPI. It is about 80 miles from Clarkson (+5 for St Lawrence) to Lake Placid but it is dark (well, yeah), twisty road that is not well-striped. Read: It's not that far but it's a bitch of drive home. With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.

In 2000, it was us, Clarkson, SLU, RPI, and Colgate, which seems just about optimal. Unfortunately for the attendance, Clarkson lost to RPI in the play-in Thursday night.

I don't have the attendance numbers handy.

Clarkson lost to Cornell in that PIG.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 18, 2024 11:20PM

Chris '03
jtwcornell91
billhoward
St. Lawrence definitely helps attendance in Lake Placid. Clarkson a bit more.
Clarkson        3700 students
St. Lawrence    2200 students
The best possible ECAC-in-Placid turnout would be Cornell, Clarkson, St. Lawrence and, um, pick one, maybe RPI. It is about 80 miles from Clarkson (+5 for St Lawrence) to Lake Placid but it is dark (well, yeah), twisty road that is not well-striped. Read: It's not that far but it's a bitch of drive home. With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.

In 2000, it was us, Clarkson, SLU, RPI, and Colgate, which seems just about optimal. Unfortunately for the attendance, Clarkson lost to RPI in the play-in Thursday night.

I don't have the attendance numbers handy.

Clarkson lost to Cornell in that PIG.

I must have mixed together memories of 2000 and 2002. Now that you mention it, I remember now that the 4th and 5th seeds got the same corner of the rink for the last two days of the tournament (since only one of them would still be there), and we ended up with annoyed Clarkson fans scattered throughout the Cornell section for the semis and consolation. (2000 was the year of the double-OT loss to SLU and the abysmal shutout by Colgate in the consy.)

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 19, 2024 08:36AM

That's one of the dumbest things in Lake Placid, and I wish fans would just re-sort themselves. Every year, there are X sections with y pockets and Y sections with x pockets, and it doesn't take Georg Cantor to figure out what to do.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: ursusminor (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 19, 2024 12:04PM

Chris '03
jtwcornell91
billhoward
St. Lawrence definitely helps attendance in Lake Placid. Clarkson a bit more.
Clarkson        3700 students
St. Lawrence    2200 students
The best possible ECAC-in-Placid turnout would be Cornell, Clarkson, St. Lawrence and, um, pick one, maybe RPI. It is about 80 miles from Clarkson (+5 for St Lawrence) to Lake Placid but it is dark (well, yeah), twisty road that is not well-striped. Read: It's not that far but it's a bitch of drive home. With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.

In 2000, it was us, Clarkson, SLU, RPI, and Colgate, which seems just about optimal. Unfortunately for the attendance, Clarkson lost to RPI in the play-in Thursday night.

I don't have the attendance numbers handy.

Clarkson lost to Cornell in that PIG.

Whew! I think that I would have remembered if RPI had ever been at LP for the ECAC tourney since it returned there. It this stage of my life, I am concerned about signs of old age. :)
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/19/2024 01:28PM by ursusminor.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: newco113 (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 19, 2024 12:41PM

Trotsky
newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.

This is simply not true. I've been to every Lake Placid ECACs and the SLU presence is never significant. They are great fans and they travel well, but their pool is just too small. Every SLU fan is an outstanding fan, and Canton gives it everything they have, and I have spent many an evening and many a beer hanging out with them, but they do not have numbers.

Heavy: Cornell, Clarkson, extremely annoyingly Quinnipiac, once upon a time Vermont

Medium: Union, RPI

Small: Colgate, St. Lawrence, Dartmouth

Nearly Zero: Brown, Princeton, Yale even when they were good, Harvard

I really don't mean to be rude, but if you actually think that Quinnipiac has a heavy travel presence in Lake Placid and that Union or RPI bring more fans than SLU then you just plain and simply do not know what you are talking about. I've been going to each and every ECAC tournament since the first go around in Lake Placid back in the 90's, the Atlantic City days, the Albany days etc and SLU and Clarkson and Cornell are the big draws to Lake Placid. Always have been. SLU has made it twice to Lake Placid (since its return) back in 2015 and 2016 and it was partisan, significantly partisan SLU fans compared to the other teams. There were even articles in the local papers commenting on "the significantly partisan SLU turnout" at the time. When SLU/Clarkson met in the Championship game back in 1999 it was a complete sellout (8,200) and about a 50/50 split between fans. It's always been this way and it's pretty much common knowledge (or so I thought it was) that the North Country teams are the big draws for Placid. That's why there have been numerous non-conference games played between SLU and Clarkson at Lake Placid. Not SLU or Clarkson vs Quinnipiac or Union or RPI, SLU vs. Clarkson because that is the big draw there. I don't know what else to say other than that.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: newco113 (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 19, 2024 12:53PM

newco113
Trotsky
newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.

This is simply not true. I've been to every Lake Placid ECACs and the SLU presence is never significant. They are great fans and they travel well, but their pool is just too small. Every SLU fan is an outstanding fan, and Canton gives it everything they have, and I have spent many an evening and many a beer hanging out with them, but they do not have numbers.

Heavy: Cornell, Clarkson, extremely annoyingly Quinnipiac, once upon a time Vermont

Medium: Union, RPI

Small: Colgate, St. Lawrence, Dartmouth

Nearly Zero: Brown, Princeton, Yale even when they were good, Harvard

I really don't mean to be rude, but if you actually think that Quinnipiac has a heavy travel presence in Lake Placid and that Union or RPI bring more fans than SLU then you just plain and simply do not know what you are talking about. I've been going to each and every ECAC tournament since the first go around in Lake Placid back in the 90's, the Atlantic City days, the Albany days etc and SLU and Clarkson and Cornell are the big draws to Lake Placid. Always have been. SLU has made it twice to Lake Placid (since its return) back in 2015 and 2016 and it was partisan, significantly partisan SLU fans compared to the other teams. There were even articles in the local papers commenting on "the significantly partisan SLU turnout" at the time. When SLU/Clarkson met in the Championship game back in 1999 it was a complete sellout (8,200) and about a 50/50 split between fans. It's always been this way and it's pretty much common knowledge (or so I thought it was) that the North Country teams are the big draws for Placid. That's why there have been numerous non-conference games played between SLU and Clarkson at Lake Placid. Not SLU or Clarkson vs Quinnipiac or Union or RPI, SLU vs. Clarkson because that is the big draw there. I don't know what else to say other than that.

The only other thing to add would be that if Quinnipiac is a heavy draw in Lake Placid (they are not) then why would they give SLU and Cornell Section 3 and Section 11? Which are the 2 biggest corner sections since they removed the top 3 rows in Sections 16 and 24 to add the standing platforms? Quinnipiac has sold a whopping 1 ... Yes 1 ticket in their fan section. We've sold more than half of our allotment already and that was with many fans giving up prior to the code being provided and just getting tickets scattered elsewhere throughout the rink.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: ursusminor (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 19, 2024 01:36PM

newco113
Trotsky
newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.

This is simply not true. I've been to every Lake Placid ECACs and the SLU presence is never significant. They are great fans and they travel well, but their pool is just too small. Every SLU fan is an outstanding fan, and Canton gives it everything they have, and I have spent many an evening and many a beer hanging out with them, but they do not have numbers.

Heavy: Cornell, Clarkson, extremely annoyingly Quinnipiac, once upon a time Vermont

Medium: Union, RPI

Small: Colgate, St. Lawrence, Dartmouth

Nearly Zero: Brown, Princeton, Yale even when they were good, Harvard

I really don't mean to be rude, but if you actually think that Quinnipiac has a heavy travel presence in Lake Placid and that Union or RPI bring more fans than SLU then you just plain and simply do not know what you are talking about. I've been going to each and every ECAC tournament since the first go around in Lake Placid back in the 90's, the Atlantic City days, the Albany days etc and SLU and Clarkson and Cornell are the big draws to Lake Placid. Always have been. SLU has made it twice to Lake Placid (since its return) back in 2015 and 2016 and it was partisan, significantly partisan SLU fans compared to the other teams. There were even articles in the local papers commenting on "the significantly partisan SLU turnout" at the time. When SLU/Clarkson met in the Championship game back in 1999 it was a complete sellout (8,200) and about a 50/50 split between fans. It's always been this way and it's pretty much common knowledge (or so I thought it was) that the North Country teams are the big draws for Placid. That's why there have been numerous non-conference games played between SLU and Clarkson at Lake Placid. Not SLU or Clarkson vs Quinnipiac or Union or RPI, SLU vs. Clarkson because that is the big draw there. I don't know what else to say other than that.

RPI has played a midesason, nonconference game vs. Clarkson in LP (1/7/17), also twice vs. Union (I think as part of doubleheaders).
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: newco113 (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 19, 2024 03:30PM

ursusminor
newco113
Trotsky
newco113
ugarte
BlueSky
Trotsky
Jeff Hopkins '82
Just get into the rink, and figure it out from there.
This. The weekend is going to be 90% Q and Cornell fans. The Q fans are going to leave after their game to either celebrate or slink back to Toilet-on-the-Connecticut.

We will have a half empty building to ourselves.

Advice: if you come without tickets get there early because LP has yet to get their shit together at the walkup office, and the lines get long. You'll get in but you don't want to miss the whole first period.

Curious, doesn't SLU travel well? Such a short drive? I would hope they would. Can't wait for Friday night! LGR!!
if everyone in canton goes, they could fill as many as two sections

You're joking right? You all do realize that the 2 biggest draws in Lake Placid always have been SLU and Clarkson? It's actually not even close. I read the comment the other day about the "90% Q and Cornell fans" and chuckled. It's only an hour and a half from Canton to Lake Placid and, every time we play there, roughly half of the attendees are SLU fans. So, just letting you know, yes there will be plenty of SLU fans there.

This is simply not true. I've been to every Lake Placid ECACs and the SLU presence is never significant. They are great fans and they travel well, but their pool is just too small. Every SLU fan is an outstanding fan, and Canton gives it everything they have, and I have spent many an evening and many a beer hanging out with them, but they do not have numbers.

Heavy: Cornell, Clarkson, extremely annoyingly Quinnipiac, once upon a time Vermont

Medium: Union, RPI

Small: Colgate, St. Lawrence, Dartmouth

Nearly Zero: Brown, Princeton, Yale even when they were good, Harvard

I really don't mean to be rude, but if you actually think that Quinnipiac has a heavy travel presence in Lake Placid and that Union or RPI bring more fans than SLU then you just plain and simply do not know what you are talking about. I've been going to each and every ECAC tournament since the first go around in Lake Placid back in the 90's, the Atlantic City days, the Albany days etc and SLU and Clarkson and Cornell are the big draws to Lake Placid. Always have been. SLU has made it twice to Lake Placid (since its return) back in 2015 and 2016 and it was partisan, significantly partisan SLU fans compared to the other teams. There were even articles in the local papers commenting on "the significantly partisan SLU turnout" at the time. When SLU/Clarkson met in the Championship game back in 1999 it was a complete sellout (8,200) and about a 50/50 split between fans. It's always been this way and it's pretty much common knowledge (or so I thought it was) that the North Country teams are the big draws for Placid. That's why there have been numerous non-conference games played between SLU and Clarkson at Lake Placid. Not SLU or Clarkson vs Quinnipiac or Union or RPI, SLU vs. Clarkson because that is the big draw there. I don't know what else to say other than that.

RPI has played a midesason, nonconference game vs. Clarkson in LP (1/7/17), also twice vs. Union (I think as part of doubleheaders).

I actually forgot about that Clarkson/RPI game. The Union/RPI games were back in 2010-2011 for the first 2 years of the Halloween Faceoff that they used to do. It was double header with the Union/RPI game first and the SLU/Clarkson game second. I was at both games. Vaguely remember them. The Clarkson/RPI game had an attendance figure of 2,300 compared to the 5,500 listed for SLU/Clarkson games in Lake Placid back in 2013.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Scersk '97 (104.28.55.---)
Date: March 19, 2024 08:25PM

I, for one, would welcome a field of SLU, Clarkson, RPI, and us. Much prefer SLU and RPI to Harvard.

Would be rockin’. Considering how bad RPI has been, I start to wonder when it will ever happen again.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (45.140.184.---)
Date: March 20, 2024 01:01PM

I got tickets in the Quinnipiac section, section 24, kittycorner across from the Cornell section (11), because it has the most seats up high, it is the end Cornell attacks period 1 and 3, and in part because I love the irony of a school's broadcast journalism school being named (in part) to honor Ed McMahon (think Jimmy Kimmel's Guillermo). Most of the Q partisans will have decamped to watering holes along Main Street. The St. Lawrence section in the corner near Q, have fewer seats left.

Virtually every seat on the sides not corners is shown as being taken as of Wednesday. That's fabulous for LP tourism and their economy. If it's accurate. Last year's Friday night session drew 3533, half full, and the championship game drew about 1500.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: newco113 (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 20, 2024 03:45PM

billhoward
I got tickets in the Quinnipiac section, section 24, kittycorner across from the Cornell section (11), because it has the most seats up high, it is the end Cornell attacks period 1 and 3, and in part because I love the irony of a school's broadcast journalism school being named (in part) to honor Ed McMahon (think Jimmy Kimmel's Guillermo). Most of the Q partisans will have decamped to watering holes along Main Street. The St. Lawrence section in the corner near Q, have fewer seats left.

Virtually every seat on the sides not corners is shown as being taken as of Wednesday. That's fabulous for LP tourism and their economy. If it's accurate. Last year's Friday night session drew 3533, half full, and the championship game drew about 1500.

The championship game attendance last year was actually 3,839.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jim Hyla (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 20, 2024 05:49PM

newco113
billhoward
I got tickets in the Quinnipiac section, section 24, kittycorner across from the Cornell section (11), because it has the most seats up high, it is the end Cornell attacks period 1 and 3, and in part because I love the irony of a school's broadcast journalism school being named (in part) to honor Ed McMahon (think Jimmy Kimmel's Guillermo). Most of the Q partisans will have decamped to watering holes along Main Street. The St. Lawrence section in the corner near Q, have fewer seats left.

Virtually every seat on the sides not corners is shown as being taken as of Wednesday. That's fabulous for LP tourism and their economy. If it's accurate. Last year's Friday night session drew 3533, half full, and the championship game drew about 1500.

The championship game attendance last year was actually 3,839.

I don't know, but maybe Bill was referring to the number of people who showed up in the stands and not tickets sold.

 
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Cornell lawyers stopped the candy throwing. Jan/2005
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (45.140.184.---)
Date: March 20, 2024 07:15PM

Correct, the ECAC site box score has it as 3839, or 49.9% full in a 7700-seat arena, for Colgate's 3-2 win over Harvard a year ago in Placid. I never know if the site publishes tickets sold for the game or people who actually come in.

I'm buying the two-game package but if Cornell loses Friday (unthinkable), we would not perhaps show Saturday, it being a multiple-of-ten anniversary for us. At a place like MSG the vendors certainly want to know how many people actually walked in the door.

I know the image is big, but when there's a Big red C that says 3 and the red H says 2, well, it deserves repeating.

 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: adamw (---.hsd1.co.comcast.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 02:20PM

billhoward
Correct, the ECAC site box score has it as 3839, or 49.9% full in a 7700-seat arena, for Colgate's 3-2 win over Harvard a year ago in Placid. I never know if the site publishes tickets sold for the game or people who actually come in.

I don't know any venue on the planet anymore that counts people who come in. It's always tickets sold.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024 - dining-drinking
Posted by: billhoward (---.datapacket.com)
Date: March 21, 2024 03:01PM

Here's what to do in Lake Placid this weekend with Cornell in the ECACs. Before you go: Bring a pair of snow brushes and extra windshield washer fluid. Will not reach 30 all weekend. Snowy Saturday, 5"-8", Lake Placid can handle it no problem.

For visitors, Lake Placid is effectively one street wide, a half mile long: Main Street, the greenish line. (the map points north.) The LP Olympic Center and 7700 seat Herb Brooks Arena marks the southern end of downtown, the yellow circle. Just below the circle is the Olympic speed skating oval and LP HS. Where it says "~parking," that's about where you'll be pushed to park, it's not that far, I don't believe they charge, everybody is friendly because Nobody Gets Rich Working in Lake Placid. Don't yell at them and tip well. Gwen's family has been there since circa 1850 and one relative said the only good jobs in ADK are teacher, snow plow operator and now prison guard.

Most every place to eat is casual and the food is okay. I recommend (walking directions are relative to the rink):
* Best sports bar that holds a crowd, Wise Guys, Main and School Street, just south of the rink/speed skating oval. Lots of TVs in case you want to watch basketball. I've seen the refs there after the game. Be nice.
* Best breakfast, Downtown Diner, ran into Andy Iles' family there a decade ago. 2-3 blocks south of where the skating oval ends.
* Best brew pub, Lake Placid Brew Pub. Walk south 2/3 of the way toward the end of the skating oval, left at the Mobile station onto Mirror Lake Drive, walk one block plus, just before the Hampton Inn. Pretty decent food.
* Best sandwich shop, Big Mountain Deli & Creperie, 2475 Main St, about halfway up Main Street on the right (Mirror Lake) side. Go for lunch or breakfast; closes 3 pm.
* Best sandwich shop (need a car), Saranac Sourdough, 2126 Saranac Ave # 1. At the top of Mains Street, curve left onto Saranac Ave., 6/10 mile on the left. 'til 2 pm, noon Sundays. Run by people who are kin to the alt / sixties / Moosewood-of-Ithaca style, but they do serve sandwiches with meat. Love the place.
* Best (only) big hotel sports bar / pub, Dancing Bears at the High Peaks Resort (nee Hilton for the 1980 Games). Friendly, food is okay to good, holds a lot of people, service was variable last summer (harder to get guest worker visas last couple years) and understaffed at times.
* Live music: Smoke Signals and Zig Zags Pub, both halfway up Main street on the lake side.

A lot of restaurants have changed hands in the past decade, new ones take their place, more Asian fare now. I've never had a terrible meal in LP, relative to price.

If for some reason you need winter gear (like it's colder than you think, or you forgot gloves), EMS on Main Street has people who know their stuff.

As of two years ago, LP Rink let you get a hand stamp and walk out between games, get a drink and burger, see some of the basketball tournament, wander back in. I don't believe MSG lets you do that; instead they put up the facial recognition cams.

Need something else to do? There are a couple small distilleries to tour and taste. Our favorite is Gristmiller Distillers in Keene, 20 minutes southwest of LP on Route 73. Plus small breweries.

 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (---.datapacket.com)
Date: March 21, 2024 03:49PM

adamw
billhoward
Correct, the ECAC site box score has it as 3839, or 49.9% full in a 7700-seat arena, for Colgate's 3-2 win over Harvard a year ago in Placid. I never know if the site publishes tickets sold for the game or people who actually come in.
I don't know any venue on the planet anymore that counts people who come in. It's always tickets sold.
Imagine perfect world if only for a moment, all information available and distributed. So the smallest T-shirt vendor inside MSG has the same information as the Dolan family and determines the low clothing revenues from the tractor-pull-in-MSG-mudpile event was from low attendance relative to ticket sales on a snowy day, versus it being a cheap-ass crowd. It is not going to happen, but it'd be nice.

In Lake Placid, it would be possible to see, and know, what fraction of fans came in for the first game, for the second, and possibly how many first-game attendees left then came back. Add that to all the closed-circuit cams at the entry/exit gates, and they'd know how many game 1 attendees left but didn't return.

In case anyone cared. I care mostly about seeing Lord Stanley's Cup brought back to the ECAC tourney. A lot of kids loved seeing that thing. Me too. It was history up close. I believe it was the year the Miracle on Ice guys came back to LP and they did a Main Street pub crawl to say hi to fans the afternoon of the finals. Geez, those guys, in their 40s, seemed so, ah, normal. Sadly, not all of them are still with us.

Fan cams (of a sort) at MSG, Red Hot Hockey 2023:
Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 03/21/2024 03:49PM by billhoward.

 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: RichH (104.28.76.---)
Date: March 21, 2024 04:08PM

billhoward
adamw
billhoward
Correct, the ECAC site box score has it as 3839, or 49.9% full in a 7700-seat arena, for Colgate's 3-2 win over Harvard a year ago in Placid. I never know if the site publishes tickets sold for the game or people who actually come in.
I don't know any venue on the planet anymore that counts people who come in. It's always tickets sold.
Imagine perfect world if only for a moment, all information available and distributed. So the smallest T-shirt vendor inside MSG has the same information as the Dolan family and determines the low clothing revenues from the tractor-pull-in-MSG-mudpile event was from low attendance relative to ticket sales on a snowy day, versus it being a cheap-ass crowd. It is not going to happen, but it'd be nice.

In Lake Placid, it would be possible to see, and know, what fraction of fans came in for the first game, for the second, and possibly how many first-game attendees left then came back. Add that to all the closed-circuit cams at the entry/exit gates, and they'd know how many game 1 attendees left but didn't return.

In case anyone cared. I care mostly about seeing Lord Stanley's Cup brought back to the ECAC tourney. A lot of kids loved seeing that thing. Me too. It was history up close. I believe it was the year the Miracle on Ice guys came back to LP and they did a Main Street pub crawl to say hi to fans the afternoon of the finals. Geez, those guys, in their 40s, seemed so, ah, normal. Sadly, not all of them are still with us.

Fan cams (of a sort) at MSG, Red Hot Hockey 2023:

For me, “perfect world” doesn’t involve anything you just described: extreme tracking of everything, every single bit of consumer datum being analyzed and optimized for max profit, or even queues for metal detectors and cameras everywhere in our Security Theater world and I can’t even walk into a drug store to buy gum without being presented with some survey. Also my lawn sure has a lot of kids on it.

How about putting on a good, entertaining event and selling tickets to those who want it? Build it/people come, yadda etc.

(I assume Trotsky has started roadtripping North, so someone has to stand in.)
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 03/21/2024 04:13PM by RichH.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (---.datapacket.com)
Date: March 21, 2024 04:23PM

Sorry, I switched to an LG Gram (<3 pounds, 17-inch screen) and as part of the weight-reduction project, they removed the irony font. My bad.

I was thinking of the little guy getting the same information as the big guy. Like how Toyota shared most all its factory production data with suppliers so they could make parts ever better. Savvy corporations, at least in books about business innovation, move data down from the corporate suite to make for a leaner, more customer-facing business. [Aside: More than a few freshman hockey players are in the Johnson School.]

Against that, you note, People Have No Privacy when cameras watch us everywhere. I believe Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems in the 1980s, was asked about this and said, "Face it, you have no privacy." Man ahead of his times. I see the NJ State Police are installing license plate readers on bridges into NJ from Delaware so the gov't has an idea on which cares enter and exit NJ. The Star-Ledger (initial at least) story did not ask about right to privacy. But if they had, the ready reply would be, "Driving is a privilege, not a right."
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 06:45PM

adamw
I don't know any venue on the planet anymore that counts people who come in. It's always tickets sold.
The Mets used to do both: tickets and turnstile. They stopped when MLB threatened them.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024 - dining-drinking
Posted by: cth95 (---.hsd1.vt.comcast.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 07:00PM

Thank you for the great info.
Don't forget skiing at Whiteface during the day. With the snow predicted this weekend, take advantage of it.
I don't know if any practice or events are going on, but the ski jumps and Mt. Van Hoevenberg, the location for the bobsled and luge tracks and cross country ski trails, are all just east of town on Rte 73.
Along with the big mountains, there are also many shorter and easier trails to hike, get some fresh air, and get a taste of the Adirondacks.
The parking lots in town have kiosks to pay.
Lake Placid is a great place. I live 1 1/2 hrs away in VT and go to LP fairly frequently.
Edited 3 time(s). Last edit at 03/21/2024 07:01PM by cth95.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Swampy (---.ri.ri.cox.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 08:14PM

billhoward
St. Lawrence definitely helps attendance in Lake Placid. Clarkson a bit more.
Clarkson        3700 students
St. Lawrence    2200 students
The best possible ECAC-in-Placid turnout would be Cornell, Clarkson, St. Lawrence and, um, pick one, maybe RPI. It is about 80 miles from Clarkson (+5 for St Lawrence) to Lake Placid but it is dark (well, yeah), twisty road that is not well-striped. Read: It's not that far but it's a bitch of drive home. With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.

She's too busy impeaching Biden and getting university presidents fired to spend much time and attention to something as mundane as roads.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (---.datapacket.com)
Date: March 21, 2024 08:25PM

(I'm hoping Congresswoman Stefanik stays in that position and develops enough additional clout to bring wired internet and electricity along our road 15 miles outside LP that has it at both ends, but not the 250 yards in the middle. Yeah, we've got solar and we've got a backup generator, but there's nothing like grid power if you want to add a heat pump. You especially want electric if a government grant pays for it.)
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024 - dining-drinking
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 08:39PM

Oh fuck me. Lake Placid predicted low for Saturday: 8.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Swampy (---.ri.ri.cox.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 08:48PM

billhoward
(I'm hoping Congresswoman Stefanik stays in that position and develops enough additional clout to bring wired internet and electricity along our road 15 miles outside LP that has it at both ends, but not the 250 yards in the middle. Yeah, we've got solar and we've got a backup generator, but there's nothing like grid power if you want to add a heat pump. You especially want electric if a government grant pays for it.)

Apparently the Executive Branch has already addressed the internet issue (but just not yet in Stefank's district). Hummmm.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024 - dining-drinking
Posted by: Jeff Hopkins '82 (---.229.167.165.res-cmts.sm3.ptd.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 08:52PM

Trotsky
Oh fuck me. Lake Placid predicted low for Saturday: 8.

And 6" of snow.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Trotsky (---.washdc.fios.verizon.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 08:58PM

That part's good.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jeff Hopkins '82 (---.229.167.165.res-cmts.sm3.ptd.net)
Date: March 21, 2024 09:14PM

Trotsky
That part's good.

Maybe.

I don't ski, so as long as the roads are open enough for me to do some birdwatching, it's OK.

OTOH, if we don't win Friday night, they'd better be open enough so I can drive home on Saturday.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: billhoward (---.datapacket.com)
Date: March 21, 2024 10:50PM

a) Fiber is 300 yards away but not getting closer. Our unprovisioned part of the road has our camp with a half dozen buildings and families, one other camp, and about 150 people. Unfortunately 125 of them are veterans of the Revolutionary War and not voting any more. I believe. "Camp" is Adirondack-speak for anything from an open-front lean-to to the places the robber barons built circa 1900.

b) End of the decade availability is good, but what about 2025, day. Starlink works good but it's close to $100 a month and the sucker draws 75 watts which is a big chunk of what our solar panels and a backup battery can handle on a cloudy day.

c) Comprised of? Jeezus, gawd, I thought even a non-AI grammar checker would catch that.

Federal officialdom
The $45 billion Internet for All Initiative is comprised of several programs designed to build high-speed broadband infrastructure, teach digital skills, and provide the necessary technology to ensure that everyone in the U.S. is able to fully participate in society. The initiative will draw on resources from the bipartisan infrastructure law known as the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act signed into law by President Biden on Nov. 15, 20
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024 - dining-drinking
Posted by: billhoward (---.datapacket.com)
Date: March 21, 2024 10:52PM

On Main Street, you are never more than 50 feet from the next bar and warming refreshment.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 22, 2024 08:27AM

ursusminor
Chris '03
jtwcornell91
billhoward
St. Lawrence definitely helps attendance in Lake Placid. Clarkson a bit more.
Clarkson        3700 students
St. Lawrence    2200 students
The best possible ECAC-in-Placid turnout would be Cornell, Clarkson, St. Lawrence and, um, pick one, maybe RPI. It is about 80 miles from Clarkson (+5 for St Lawrence) to Lake Placid but it is dark (well, yeah), twisty road that is not well-striped. Read: It's not that far but it's a bitch of drive home. With the clout of Congresswoman Stefanik in much of the Adirondacks, it's surprising there isn't funding for more highway improvements.

In 2000, it was us, Clarkson, SLU, RPI, and Colgate, which seems just about optimal. Unfortunately for the attendance, Clarkson lost to RPI in the play-in Thursday night.

I don't have the attendance numbers handy.

Clarkson lost to Cornell in that PIG.

Whew! I think that I would have remembered if RPI had ever been at LP for the ECAC tourney since it returned there. It this stage of my life, I am concerned about signs of old age. :)

At this point, we're all old. The two tourneys I was conflating were 2000 and 2002, two of the last three before the ECACs moved from Placid to Albany. (And I'm pretty sure RPI was at both of them, since I cheered for them against SLU in the final in 2000, and I remember the RPI and Clarkson bands playing the anthems before their game in 2002. And also Cornell beating RPI in the semis that year.)

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: andyw2100 (---.sub-174-197-199.myvzw.com)
Date: March 22, 2024 10:33AM

On the road to Lake Placid with Kim. Wondering how others feel about rooting interest in the SLU vs. Quinnipiac game. Personally I'm rooting for SLU, because I think Cornell has a greater chance of beating them should we beat Dartmouth and make the finals. (And because Quinnipiac is high on my list of teams to dislike.) But I expect some here will be rooting for Quinnipiac, with the logic being that if we beat them in the finals we'd be likely to have a higher seed in the NCAA tourney. It's not even close for me, but wondering how others will be rooting.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: BearLover (---.sub-174-216-248.myvzw.com)
Date: March 22, 2024 10:41AM

andyw2100
On the road to Lake Placid with Kim. Wondering how others feel about rooting interest in the SLU vs. Quinnipiac game. Personally I'm rooting for SLU, because I think Cornell has a greater chance of beating them should we beat Dartmouth and make the finals. (And because Quinnipiac is high on my list of teams to dislike.) But I expect some here will be rooting for Quinnipiac, with the logic being that if we beat them in the finals we'd be likely to have a higher seed in the NCAA tourney. It's not even close for me, but wondering how others will be rooting.
Rooting for Quinnipiac on the basis that we’d rather be a 3-seed than a 4-seed at the cost of probably not getting into the NCAAs at all is, ummm, an interesting stance to take.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Chris '03 (---.hsd1.ct.comcast.net)
Date: March 22, 2024 10:45AM

andyw2100
On the road to Lake Placid with Kim. Wondering how others feel about rooting interest in the SLU vs. Quinnipiac game. Personally I'm rooting for SLU, because I think Cornell has a greater chance of beating them should we beat Dartmouth and make the finals. (And because Quinnipiac is high on my list of teams to dislike.) But I expect some here will be rooting for Quinnipiac, with the logic being that if we beat them in the finals we'd be likely to have a higher seed in the NCAA tourney. It's not even close for me, but wondering how others will be rooting.

With at large hopes at zero, it's about winning the Whitelaw. On paper, SLU would be the preferred opponent if they get by Dartmouth. One or two changed results during the year and we may have needed to see Q in order for Cornell to be in no matter what but that ship sailed.

Nice long game with a few DQs would be fine too.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: jtwcornell91 (Moderator)
Date: March 22, 2024 01:51PM

andyw2100
On the road to Lake Placid with Kim. Wondering how others feel about rooting interest in the SLU vs. Quinnipiac game. Personally I'm rooting for SLU, because I think Cornell has a greater chance of beating them should we beat Dartmouth and make the finals. (And because Quinnipiac is high on my list of teams to dislike.) But I expect some here will be rooting for Quinnipiac, with the logic being that if we beat them in the finals we'd be likely to have a higher seed in the NCAA tourney. It's not even close for me, but wondering how others will be rooting.

If Q gets upset, it will guarantee two ECAC teams(*) in the NCAAs, which most of us (besides BearLover, of course) would prefer in any event.

(*) Or, for some of us, one "real" ECAC team.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Jeff Hopkins '82 (---.biz.spectrum.com)
Date: March 22, 2024 02:13PM

I want the easiest path to the Whitelaw and the NCAA's. That means rooting for SLU.

Despising Q is just a bonus.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: arugula (---.sub-174-216-210.myvzw.com)
Date: March 22, 2024 04:06PM

Pierre McGuire is doing color on the Q-SLU game. What’s he going to do with no Sidney Crosby to moon over? God I was hoping to not be subjected to him again.
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: arugula (---.sub-174-216-210.myvzw.com)
Date: March 22, 2024 04:08PM

I see he coached at SLU many many years ago.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: imafrshmn (185.141.119.---)
Date: March 22, 2024 04:14PM

Visual estimate of attendance for SLU-Q is 2000-2500

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: dbilmes (64.224.255.---)
Date: March 22, 2024 04:20PM

imafrshmn
Visual estimate of attendance for SLU-Q is 2000-2500
Have the world-famous Q skating cheerleaders made the trip to North Country?
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: imafrshmn (185.141.119.---)
Date: March 22, 2024 04:24PM

dbilmes
imafrshmn
Visual estimate of attendance for SLU-Q is 2000-2500
Have the world-famous Q skating cheerleaders made the trip to North Country?

I am watching the espn broadcast but i did notice a pom-pom squad in the background.

Pierre McGuire and Phil Murphy are the biggest snoozes of announcers i've heard all year. I'd rather have the SLU homers on the mic

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Dunc (---.mycingular.net)
Date: March 22, 2024 04:25PM

dbilmes
imafrshmn
Visual estimate of attendance for SLU-Q is 2000-2500
Have the world-famous Q skating cheerleaders made the trip to North Country?

Yes - I saw them arrive with the band earlier today
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Iceberg (216.24.219.---)
Date: March 22, 2024 04:28PM

arugula
I see he coached at SLU many many years ago.

His son also currently plays for Colgate. He's had interest in the ECAC for quite some and during the 2012-2013 NHL lockout, he had been on color commentary for some NCAA games that were being broadcast nationally.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: LGR14 (---.hsd1.pa.comcast.net)
Date: March 22, 2024 05:03PM

Iceberg
arugula
I see he coached at SLU many many years ago.

His son also currently plays for Colgate. He's had interest in the ECAC for quite some and during the 2012-2013 NHL lockout, he had been on color commentary for some NCAA games that were being broadcast nationally.

Including a Harvard game at Lynah with Mike Emrick.
 
Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: imafrshmn (185.141.119.---)
Date: March 22, 2024 05:09PM

I don't want to jinx it but halfway through the 2nd period, up 1-0, SLU is looking pretty confident and pushing bobcats around all over the ice.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Al DeFlorio (---.hsd1.ma.comcast.net)
Date: March 22, 2024 05:09PM

Saints up 1-0 mid-2nd.

 
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Re: Lake Placid-2024
Posted by: Al DeFlorio (---.hsd1.ma.comcast.net)
Date: March 22, 2024 05:15PM

2-0 now but reviewing for kick; good goal!

 
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