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  • Muskieman
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    Originally posted by daredevilcu View Post
    http://www.sbncollegehockey.com/ecac...osiers-mayotte

    Please, please do not let #5 be the choice.
    The title of this Thread was/is appropriate, but not for Clarkson. The SLU Thread on USCHO is very interesting these days. So are comments on the FB Page. SLU fans are NOT happy for many reasons with 'Carvel -- myself included.

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  • daredevilcu
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    http://www.sbncollegehockey.com/ecac...osiers-mayotte

    Please, please do not let #5 be the choice.

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  • daredevilcu
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    Originally posted by Bill'70 View Post
    Is this U Mass Lowel, or U Mass Amherst ?
    Amherst. Lowell still Had a season going

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  • Bill'70
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    Which UMass

    Is this U Mass Lowel, or U Mass Amherst ?

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  • Drew
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    Originally posted by daredevilcu View Post
    He graduated from UMass, so it kind of makes sense for the connection there, and he definitely put together a resume with SLU in a short time. Still a shocker.
    WOW, just WOW.

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  • daredevilcu
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    He graduated from UMass, so it kind of makes sense for the connection there, and he definitely put together a resume with SLU in a short time. Still a shocker.

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  • vicb
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    Originally posted by joecct View Post
    He did. It's official.

    Sent from my SM-G920P using Tapatalk

    WOW. No one was talking about him for that job.

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  • joecct
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    Originally posted by daredevilcu View Post
    Coaching changes down the road about 10 miles. Carvel expected to take the UMass job.

    http://www.masslive.com/umasshockey/...nt_with_s.html
    He did. It's official.

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  • daredevilcu
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    Coaching changes down the road about 10 miles. Carvel expected to take the UMass job.

    http://www.masslive.com/umasshockey/...nt_with_s.html

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  • joecct
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    Originally posted by dave techer View Post
    If Schafer leaves, would Cornell be interested in alum Casey Jones?
    Is there mud in Potsdam in spring?

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  • dave techer
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    Originally posted by joecct View Post
    Watch UMass. Mike Schafer has interviewed. http://www.gazettenet.com/Sports/UMa...-names-1168522
    If Schafer leaves, would Cornell be interested in alum Casey Jones?

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  • joecct
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    Watch UMass. Mike Schafer has interviewed. http://www.gazettenet.com/Sports/UMa...-names-1168522

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  • joecct
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    Courtesy of Brad Schlossman - Grand Forks Herald (http://undhockey.areavoices.com/?p=102577)

    Percentage of coaches with 10-plus years at current school
    50 percent — men’s college hockey.
    38.6 percent — college baseball.
    28.6 percent — women’s college hockey.
    23.2 percent — women’s college basketball.
    18.4 percent — men’s college basketball.
    15.6 percent — FCS football.
    7 percent — FBS football.

    Percentage of coaches with 10-plus years at current pro team
    12.5 percent — NFL.
    3.3 percent — MLB.
    3.3 percent — NBA.
    0 percent — NHL.
    0 percent — WNBA.

    The college ‘deans’
    47 years — Tony Rossi, Siena baseball
    40 years — Jim Boeheim, Syracuse men’s basketball
    38 years — Harry Perretta, Villanova women’s basketball
    36 years — Jimmye Laycock, William & Mary football
    32 years — Red Berenson, Michigan men’s hockey, and Gary Wright, American International College
    21 years — Katey Stone, Harvard women’s hockey
    17 years — Bob Stoops, Oklahoma football, and Kirk Ferentz, Iowa football

    The pro ‘deans’
    20 years — Gregg Popovich, NBA, San Antonio Spurs
    16 years — Mike Scioscia, MLB, L.A. Angels
    16 years — Bill Belichick, NFL, New England Patriots
    9 years — Claude Julien, NHL, Boston Bruins
    6 years — Cheryl Reeve, WNBA, Minnesota Lynx

    College men’s hockey’s longest tenured coaches
    32 years – Red Berenson, Michigan
    32 years – Gary Wright, American International
    28 years – Rick Gotkin, Mercyhurst
    26 years – Dick Umile, New Hampshire
    24 years – Bob Daniels, Ferris State
    23 years – Don Vaughan, Colgate
    22 years – Rand Pecknold, Quinnipiac
    22 years – Jerry York, Boston College
    21 years – Mike Schafer, Cornell
    19 years – Bob Gaudet, Dartmouth
    19 years – Frank Serratore, Air Force
    17 years – Don Lucia, Minnesota
    17 years – Rico Blasi, Miami
    17 years – Wayne Wilson, RIT
    16 years – Scott Sandelin, Minnesota Duluth
    15 years – Tom Serratore, Bemidji State
    15 years – Dave Burkholder, Niagara
    14 years – Mike Eaves, Wisconsin
    14 years – Walt Kyle, Northern Michigan
    14 years – Ryan Soderquist, Bentley

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  • daredevilcu
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    Originally posted by Remember Walker View Post
    Hockey has no good measures for time of possession. You know that and I know that. Collegehockeynews uses what it out there but they are not good and the proof is in this year's CU games.

    The Corsi method only measures shots taken against shots allowed. It has no measure of quality shots taken vs. allowed, and might I say shots taken is not time of possession. A team can take 20 shots per game from crappy angles over by the boards and get the same value as if they were taken from the slot between the circles. Which 20 shots would YOU want your team to take? Scoring percentage is about as good a measure of possession as Corsi's methods. 8.3% of our shots go in, so that tells me we don't take too many "good shots". We are not 13th in the country in scoring percentage.

    A better, more telling statistic, that is not measured is actual time of possession in control of the puck. Yes, it would be hard to measure but I can tell you we would not be in 13th in the Nation in that category. Another possession measure that isn't measured is forced & unforced puck transitions. We might be in the top five in unforced puck transitions (in the negative way). With the means of capturing every game electronically, these actual measures of possession might come to fruition to replace a comparative measure of generic shots between two teams. Does field goal attempts indicate time of possession in football?

    I'm in total alignment/agreement with FireKnight on his comments above.
    The enhanced CORSI method, I BELIEVE it's called Fenwick, removes blocked shots from the counts. We're up there too. CORSI has proved to be a solid predictor of postseason success, so I'll go ahead and rely on that as a solid enough indicator of possession. Time in zone would be great to get too though.

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  • Remember Walker
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    Hockey has no good measures for time of possession. You know that and I know that. Collegehockeynews uses what it out there but they are not good and the proof is in this year's CU games.

    The Corsi method only measures shots taken against shots allowed. It has no measure of quality shots taken vs. allowed, and might I say shots taken is not time of possession. A team can take 20 shots per game from crappy angles over by the boards and get the same value as if they were taken from the slot between the circles. Which 20 shots would YOU want your team to take? Scoring percentage is about as good a measure of possession as Corsi's methods. 8.3% of our shots go in, so that tells me we don't take too many "good shots". We are not 13th in the country in scoring percentage.

    A better, more telling statistic, that is not measured is actual time of possession in control of the puck. Yes, it would be hard to measure but I can tell you we would not be in 13th in the Nation in that category. Another possession measure that isn't measured is forced & unforced puck transitions. We might be in the top five in unforced puck transitions (in the negative way). With the means of capturing every game electronically, these actual measures of possession might come to fruition to replace a comparative measure of generic shots between two teams. Does field goal attempts indicate time of possession in football?

    I'm in total alignment/agreement with FireKnight on his comments above.

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