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2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

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4 minutes ago, FGHTNSX Hawkey14 said:

I like the three point system, but you have some good points. Although, a 5 point systems could give you with a 12-9-2-3-4 record, which looks a little clunky.

Actually a 12-9-2-3-4-0 record. ;)

I wouldn't report that however; I'd report you have 112 standings points. :D 

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1 hour ago, Big Green said:

IMO the NCHC had it right.  Rarely did it affect the end of the year standings.  I thought it was good entertainment to see a 3x3 or shootout.  I always hated leaving the game after a tie, seemed like a waste of time.  NHL uses 3x3 and shootout, if it is good enough for the top league in the world it should be good enough for college hockey.

Interesting no one on the committee is from leagues that use the 3x3 or shoot out.  

 

The NCHC should have counted the 3x3 OT like the 5x5 OT, you win it counts as a win not a tie. Realistically the NCHC should just picked 3x3 or 5x5 OT’s after the first year of having both and went with just one (3x3 would probably have resulted in less shootouts).

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1 hour ago, Siouxperfan7 said:

If the NCAA wasn't get the best of the best that aspire to play in the NHL, they should model their game after the NHL as much as possible.  5 minute 3 on 3 followed by a shootout.  I don't understand why leagues are so against this.  

"Every prominent North American professional and junior league uses three-on-three overtimes in the regular season, including the NHL, the American Hockey League and the ECHL."

There are couches that think they will lose their jobs because they’d lose more OT games. 

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7 minutes ago, cberkas said:

The NCHC should have counted the 3x3 OT like the 5x5 OT, you win it counts as a win not a tie. Realistically the NCHC should just picked 3x3 or 5x5 OT’s after the first year of having both and went with just one (3x3 would probably have resulted in less shootouts).

A 5x5 OT is mandated across all leagues so it's consistent.

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NCAA Hockey Rules Committee suggests a move back to 5-on-5 OT. No more shootouts and 3-on-3. Video review before player ejections and teams are allowed to dress 19 skaters per game (up from 18). All rules changes must be approved by the NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel.

 

Other changes include teams getting 1 timeout per OT (regardless of whether or not they used a timeout earlier). Coaches must use a challenge to review goals scored where a potential high stick is involved or plays where the puck touches the net out of play and leads to a goal.

 

Another small change: "For a substitution to be legal, the player coming off the ice must be within 5 feet of their bench before the substitute may contact the ice."

 

Also, "A player who catches the puck must immediately place it on the ice for play to continue legally. If a player catches and conceals or throws the puck, a minor penalty shall be assessed."

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18 hours ago, BarnWinterSportsEngelstad said:

Turn the 5x5 overtime from 5 minutes  into 10 minutes.

It really is that simple.  

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20 hours ago, WiSioux said:

Not like the NHL does 3x3 or anything... /s

NCAA Hockey Committee: We don't want to help prepare you for the NHL.

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44 minutes ago, Cratter said:

NCAA Hockey Committee: We don't want to help prepare you for the NHL.

It's maddening. I just don't understand how they can think this will do anything but give MJ a leg up by showing kids that college hockey isn't paying attention.

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7 hours ago, The Sicatoka said:

Actually a 12-9-2-3-4-0 record. ;)

I wouldn't report that however; I'd report you have 112 standings points. :D 

I guess. Just seems like a lot of different outcomes.

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Another small change: "For a substitution to be legal, the player coming off the ice must be within 5 feet of their bench before the substitute may contact the ice."

So are we going to see some sort of on-ice demarcation or is it by eyeball.  

Maybe sell the 5 feet in front of the benches as an on-ice ad space: The Uber pick-up / drop-off zone! 

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1 minute ago, FGHTNSX Hawkey14 said:

I guess. Just seems like a lot of different outcomes.

Not more outcomes than last season; more accounting (aka fancy cipherin'). 

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Did they enact being able to dress one extra player per game?  Seems like an odd thing to do, because it makes it less of an issue for a team if they get someone booted out for checking from behind or fighting.  Seems like the NCAA would want a team to be disadvantaged under those scenarios.  Also makes it more likely a team would retaliate at a cheap shot that happened either in that game or previous games.  Seems like there might be some unintended consequences to the change if they did enact it.

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8 minutes ago, tnt said:

Did they enact being able to dress one extra player per game?  Seems like an odd thing to do, because it makes it less of an issue for a team if they get someone booted out for checking from behind or fighting.  Seems like the NCAA would want a team to be disadvantaged under those scenarios.  Also makes it more likely a team would retaliate at a cheap shot either in that game or previous games.  Seems like there might be some unintended consequences to the change if they did enact it.

Will they count this as the 3rd goalie dressed for home games?

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On 6/15/2018 at 4:32 PM, The Sicatoka said:

So are we going to see some sort of on-ice demarcation or is it by eyeball.  

Maybe sell the 5 feet in front of the benches as an on-ice ad space: The Uber pick-up / drop-off zone! 

Or Domino's Hot Spot

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On 6/15/2018 at 2:43 PM, Cratter said:

NCAA Hockey Committee: We don't want to help prepare you for the NHL.

NHL:  We're happy to have destroyed the integrity of the regular season games by reverting to gimmicks.  

Next up:  Having a Stanley Cup Final game #7 being decided by a shoot-out under the guise of getting "casual fans" interested in the game. 

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Commentary: The NCHC and WCHA voted 18-0 to keep 3-on-3 OTs. So why not keep them?

https://www.grandforksherald.com/sports/hockey/4467321-commentary-nchc-and-wcha-voted-18-0-keep-3-3-ots-so-why-not-keep-them

Some great points by Schloss here on 3x3 overtimes.  Best points being these two:

"If virtually every league in the world -- the NHL, the AHL, the ECHL, Canadian major juniors, the USHL, European pro, etc. -- has tried 3-on-3 and decided to keep it, if the two college hockey leagues that have tried it voted 18-0 to keep it, isn’t that a signal that it’s been successful?"

"We’ll find out later this month whether the proposal to eliminate 3-on-3s and the shootout will go through.  But before making a final decision, college hockey should consider that no leagues have gone to 3-on-3s and reverted back because it didn’t work."

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Nothing seems more narrow minded than certain factions enforcing a “one size fits all” approach on everybody else. I see this as sour grapes by eastern schools and then flexing their muscle on everybody else. Sheer pettiness and short-sightedness, IMO.

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CC gets another transfer, this time a kid from Providence College. Forward Bailey Conger will have 3 years of eligibility and will sit out the 2018-2019 season per NCAA transfer rules.

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On 7/3/2018 at 1:34 PM, Siouxperfan7 said:

Commentary: The NCHC and WCHA voted 18-0 to keep 3-on-3 OTs. So why not keep them?

https://www.grandforksherald.com/sports/hockey/4467321-commentary-nchc-and-wcha-voted-18-0-keep-3-3-ots-so-why-not-keep-them

Some great points by Schloss here on 3x3 overtimes.  Best points being these two:

"If virtually every league in the world -- the NHL, the AHL, the ECHL, Canadian major juniors, the USHL, European pro, etc. -- has tried 3-on-3 and decided to keep it, if the two college hockey leagues that have tried it voted 18-0 to keep it, isn’t that a signal that it’s been successful?"

"We’ll find out later this month whether the proposal to eliminate 3-on-3s and the shootout will go through.  But before making a final decision, college hockey should consider that no leagues have gone to 3-on-3s and reverted back because it didn’t work."

I'll use these comparisons once again...

Imagine an MLB game with no SS or RF after 9 innings of play in order to increase the chance of a hit accompanied by an exciting finish.

How about the NFL going 9-man in OT?  Doesn't that sound fresh and exciting?

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2 hours ago, MafiaMan said:

I'll use these comparisons once again...

Imagine an MLB game with no SS or RF after 9 innings of play in order to increase the chance of a hit accompanied by an exciting finish.

How about the NFL going 9-man in OT?  Doesn't that sound fresh and exciting?

All those ideas sound neat to me, but it would be REALLY cool if they could work knife throwing in there somehow.

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On 7/14/2018 at 2:03 PM, MafiaMan said:

I'll use these comparisons once again...

Imagine an MLB game with no SS or RF after 9 innings of play in order to increase the chance of a hit accompanied by an exciting finish.

How about the NFL going 9-man in OT?  Doesn't that sound fresh and exciting?

Not really the same thing as no level of baseball currently uses those type of rules, so there is no examples if they would be good or not.  In hockey, the 3x3 is used virtually everywhere in the top levels of hockey.  And no league that has adopted it has reverted back.  So it must not be that bad.  If you don't like 3x3, that's fine.  But looking at how often it is used, you are obviously in the minority.

 

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