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Just now, cberkas said:

Bemidji was the better team for 60 minutes

Yep.  Caufield was good...but talk about a team that solely relies on one player.
He ended with 13 sog...no other UW player had more than 3.

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A few observations.

Did Wisconsin do any conditioning this season? Looked awfully tired and lost a lot of races to pucks.

Tony Granato has some good video next season on what being "hard on pucks" means.

With no non-conference play (outside of ASU) the Badgers never saw a team that played a 200-foot game for 3 periods.

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1 minute ago, Prison_Mike said:

Big 10 hockey is a joke. Duluth would have handed Michigan their ass if that game was actually played this afternoon.

Kinda makes you wonder, since UMD is like BSU on steroids.

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Kudos to Siouxnatty8 for nailing this game.  I suppose Bemidji did frustrate them with their tenacity, but as mentioned they were just the all around better team today. 

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25 minutes ago, brianvf said:

Yep.  Caufield was good...but talk about a team that solely relies on one player.
He ended with 13 sog...no other UW player had more than 3.

As soon as the show went off the air Buccicross hightailed it to the Wisconsin locker room so he could make out with Caufield. 

Bucci was ridiculous today. " Caufiled, the eventual Hobey Baker winner" etc.  

Caufield had 152 shots during the season;  in comparison Pinto had 84. Caufield had 44 points and Pinto had 30 points. Do you think Pinto would have more points than Caufield if he had another 68 shots? 

These guys on ESPN give no credit to hard working teams like Bemidji State but they pretty much dominated Wisconsin most of that game. 

 

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17 minutes ago, 90siouxfan said:

Will Wisconsin openly gripe about ice conditions, or just to their moms?    On a more serious note, isn't the crap ice conditions at regionals something the whole industry should  look into?

If Bridgeport has continual bad ice, why do they keep scheduling regional's there?

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To my eyes it looked like Wisconsin had never seen the combination of:

1. The box-and-one (or pentagon) trap, and
2. A team that skates that hard. 

Throw in that Wisconsin only recently (like four hours ago) became familiar with the region of the rink called "along the boards" and they were doomed from the opening drop. 

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College hockey fans deserve to know, while not naming specific people, why Notre Dame and Michigan were withdrawn. 

A simple statement of:
"< number > of  the < group > of < team > tested positive. Under protocols, < team > was withdrawn." 

And the statement might name two groups from a team. 

< group >: players, coaches, training/support staff

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