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Doug Woog will be remembered as one of the greats of all-time in Minnesota hockey.  Moreover, he was a genuinely great guy.  My two favorite personal Woog moments: 1.  Having met him previously,

My sources tell me that Anaheim had an offer in place, but UMD’s insistence on the Ducks taking @DrunkHockeyGuy along as part of the total package caused the deal to fall apart. 

So B1G wanted prestige and NCHC wanted national hockey titles.  Seems to have worked out for UND and other NCHC members. I’ll take it. 

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Ohio State beats RIT 3-1

Western Michigan leads BGSU 1-0

RPI beats UConn 5-3

Northeastern Beats Union 2-1

Penn State beats Sacred Heart 5-4

St Cloud leads Bemidji 2-1

Mankato leads Arizona State 1-0

Wisconsin leads Merrimack 9-3

Maine and UAA tied 1-1

Miami leads UNH 4-3

Denver leads LSSU 3-1

Omaha leads UAH 1-0

Clarkson leads Michigan 1-0 

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9 minutes ago, stoneySIOUX said:

Wouldn't shock me in the least bit. I fully believe Bubbs thought he wasn't ready for college hockey this year and we'll see.

He was the extra forward tonight against Merrimack but didn't register a shot or point.
He did, however, take 2 penalties.

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CC had an opportunity to sweep Minnesota tonight and blew it. After a fantastic first period where CC outscored the Gophers 2-0, things fell apart for the Tigers. They took 5 penalties in the second, got outshot 19-9, and Minnesota scored 2 power play goals. So basically, the two PK units were out on the ice so much, you have the non-PK guys sitting on the bench for 7-8 minute stretches, getting cold, and when they finally do get back on the ice, they’re ineffective.

Also, CC blew two 2-goal leads tonight, at home. You don’t deserve to win if you do that. Credit Minnesota for not packing it in on either time they fell behind by two. 

The Halloran/Wilkie/Copeland line was fantastic this weekend, accounting for all but 1 of their goals this weekend. That’s great but if they want to be successful this season, they can’t be a one line team. Opponents will quickly key in on them. Also, CC went to the well too often on the PP tonight; they kept trying to set up Wilkie on the left point for the big one-timer but Minnesota, after getting torched last night on that, made the adjustments and scoped that out and deflected several cross ice passes. They need to not be so one dimensional on their power play. 

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Wisconsin beats Merrimack 11-5

Mankato beats Arizona State 5-0

Northern Michigan beats Michigan State 2-0

Alaska beats Michigan Tech 2-1

Clarkson beats Michigan 3-1

Western Michigan beats BGSU 5-3

St Cloud and Bemidji tied 2-2 OT

Maine beats UAA 2-1 OT

Miami and UNH tied 4-4 OT

Denver beats LSSU 4-3

Duluth beats Lowell 2-1

Omaha beats UAH 5-0


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