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  1. Well there it is, also, it's not the pinned post, which is the one where Annelese is suing her dad (along with 18 others) for $240 million, but a little further down.
  2. Is he fully healthy now?
  3. In all reality, you had a UND team that Finished 4th in the NCHC 10th in the RPI (3rd seed) Lost in the 1st round of the NCAA tournament Lost 3 of its Top 4 scorers off that team I don't think it's any crazy stretch if you were looking from the outside, that they wouldn't be a pre-season Top 10. Do I think they will be a Top 10 team next year? Definitely. They won't have the "names" this year, but I think they are going to be incredibly deep.
  4. New offer, his third: QB , FS Jackson Enz, 6'1", 185, 4.6, Big Foot High School, Walworth, WI Other offers from Northern Iowa and Western Illinois
  5. https://siouxfb.areavoices.com/2017/04/19/spring-2017-what-we-learned/ Our biggest concern, the offensive line, has a ways to go. Youth emerged in Ryan Tobin, Noah Mortel, and Nate Nguon. Tobin is by far the most developed of the freshmen OL. The incumbents held serve for the most part but that won’t be good enough come fall. This spring was great for reps but this summer could be huge for whoever wants to step up and win one the open offensive line jobs. Which is ALL FIVE of them. We have heard that RG Demon Taylor has lost weight through better training/diet and it has helped him on the field. That is good news as Taylor has the tools but needs to still put it all together. The offensive tackle position will be an open battle, as we stated above, throughout fall camp. A.J. Stockwell, Mat Cox, Bryce Blair, Adam Stiner, Noah Mortel, Sean Russo, and Bennett Helgren (the last three are freshmen) are all battling but it is far from clear who will be where on August 31st at Utah. Simply put, the tackle position was not good enough in 2016. I want to take a closer look at the offensive line. The unit was atrocious for about 1/2 the 2016 season, but I thought by the end, it was a pretty solid unit. This year they return all but one offensive lineman, with the addition of a talented RS Freshman class. I'm trying to read between the lines with the word "concern". I'd say there's absolutely no doubt they'll be better this year than last, right? Is the concern they won't be a great unit, but only a good, or more they'll be terrible?
  6. http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/b-c-players-scramble-after-university-of-north-dakota-cuts-women-s-hockey-1.4083009 Every article like this, makes me happier and happier they were cut.
  7. Pretty big news out of the Valley "Sources have told the Journal Star that Valley officials visited Murray State on Monday, Valparaiso on Tuesday and have campus visits set for Wisconsin-Milwaukee and Omaha." http://www.pjstar.com/sports/20170425/mvc-visiting-campuses-of-potential-new-members
  8. Judd Caulfield makes the NTDP U17 roster for next year. http://www.usahockeyntdp.com/news_article/show/783735?referrer_id=654408
  9. Those are two of my main questions as well. It's slightly comforting that it appears UND did their due diligence before making the cuts, hiring Baker Donelson to what we assume checked off on everything, as well as this was something that they expected would happen. I'm still nervous as I'm not familiar with the history of the potential negative outcomes if this weren't to go the way that UND / Baker Donelson assumed. Could they mandate that Women's hockey be reinstated? What are the potential outcomes if UND is said not to be Title IX compliant? This is the final war that had to take place in order to get rid of the black hole that is Women's hockey. We never would have seen the full potential of what the University's athletic teams were capable with that anchor and this is the final battle.
  10. From what I can gather from Twitter, Murray State's board had a meeting this morning, one of the topics on the agenda was Conference discussion. MVC hasn't offered any invites yet, but it sounds like if the MVC were to offer an invite to Murray State, they'd accept.
  11. https://undhockey.areavoices.com/?p=106674 Montgomery situation, talking about players leaving early, if he were too. “If my situation was to change, I think they would think long and hard about changing, too,” Montgomery told the Denver Post. “If I was to leave, I know one of those guys for sure is gone.” It seemed like an odd comment and I didn’t know what to make of it. <-- Schlossman Definitely sounds like he's trying to leverage a better deal from Denver, but I think he comes off looking terrible.
  12. Anyone know if there are any UND players still deciding on if the are returning or not <<see Wolanin>>. Is Rieger a walk on or getting scholarship $$? I guess it would make sense if Rieger was a walk-on to bring in Bast / Kierstad as the 6 / 7 guys and have Rieger for depth purposes (if Chartland possibly moves on).. I just really, really hope there isn't a potential departure from the 5 returners.
  13. Don't believe so, think that was strictly Women's hockey.
  14. Found the following comment under one of Schlossman's blog posts. "Random comment but it appears Matt Kierstad will be coming in next year. Collin Adams tweeted about him and Kierstad being roomies (this is around the time of year when schools send emails to students letting them know their roommate assignments)" Kierstad retweeted Adams post, so I assume he is coming next year? Could just mean a one day thing as well. Bast (96) and Rieger (96) have to come in no matter what. Does anyone know if Kierstad is going to be here next year? If that's the case, is it possible someone else is leaving like Wolanin or one of the two freshman dman that are signed aren't?