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  • Clarkson 4 Yale 1

    Quite a different game from yesterday. Thank god for the PP.

    THE GOOD
    Rhyne McGill with the hat trick (1 goal EN), Gabel with the other goal.
    Tiley in the nets
    3 for 3 on the PP

    THE NOT SO GOOD
    Lot of missed chances.
    Tiley and dman misplay the puck for Yales only goal.
    And I wish the people at WCKN would get rid of that damn banner showing the score atop the play during the game. Either that or the camera man needs to adjust the aim so that the play does not end up behind the banner. This happens alot when the play is against the far boards.

    So Clarkson will hold the ECAC Championships next weekend. SLU is in and Colgate is in. Cornell leads Prinny 4-3 in the third.

    If Cornell wins: The travel partner semi-finals

    Clarkson vs SLU
    Colgate vs Cornell

    If Prinny wins today and tomorrow:

    Clarkson vs Prinny
    Colgate vs SLU
    Last edited by vicb; 02-24-2018, 04:14 PM.
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    • Princeton beat Cornell 5-4 in OT to force a game 3 on Sunday.
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      • Yesterday's win pretty much wrapped up a 1st round NCAA home game. Even a loss to one of the teams in the semis will not drop our RPI low enough to let OSU sneak into the #4 spot (assuming St. Anselm doesn't have enough D-1 games to qualify). Barring some surprise of monumental proportions in the HEA tournament, we're either going to be #3 or #4. We're virtually tied with Colgate in the 3/4 spots in the PWR.

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        • Originally posted by FireKnight View Post
          Yesterday's win pretty much wrapped up a 1st round NCAA home game. Even a loss to one of the teams in the semis will not drop our RPI low enough to let OSU sneak into the #4 spot (assuming St. Anselm doesn't have enough D-1 games to qualify). Barring some surprise of monumental proportions in the HEA tournament, we're either going to be #3 or #4. We're virtually tied with Colgate in the 3/4 spots in the PWR.
          A top 4 seed in the NC$$ Tourney was wrapped up even before the start of the playoffs. There was no way Clarkson dropped below a top 4 seed even if they lost both games to Yale and Ohio State won the WCHA. The PWR difference and RPI difference was great enough that even before any of the playoffs began in any of the leagues, Wisco, BC, CCT and Colgate would not drop below a top 4 seed.

          Go to https://www.bcinterruption.com/bosto...lgate-pairwise and play with this. Unfortunately it has been updated with the results of this weekend so far so you cannot play with various scenarios prior to this weekend. I have played with this prior to this weekend and take my word, the above statement is correct.

          According to the predictor, if either Clarkson or Colgate win the ECAC Tourney even if BC is the HE Champ, Clarkson or Colgate will be the #2 seed, BC #3 and then the loser of Clarkson/Colgate #4. If BC gets wiped out by the winner of UConn/Prov or BU/Maine then they fall to #4. If BC/Clarkson/Colgate fail to win their respective League Championships BC will be #2 seed and Clarkson/Colgate will be #3/4 in some order depending on when they lost.
          Last edited by vicb; 02-25-2018, 09:03 AM.
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          • And I'm also gonna **** and moan about the lack of support once again. Cornell had over 1600 and Colgate over 1000 fans at their Saturday games. Clarkson not even 300. What a shame that there is not more fans at their home games.
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            • Originally posted by vicb View Post

              A top 4 seed in the NC$$ Tourney was wrapped up even before the start of the playoffs. There was no way Clarkson dropped below a top 4 seed even if they lost both games to Yale and Ohio State won the WCHA. The PWR difference and RPI difference was great enough that even before any of the playoffs began in any of the leagues, Wisco, BC, CCT and Colgate would not drop below a top 4 seed.

              Go to https://www.bcinterruption.com/bosto...lgate-pairwise and play with this. Unfortunately it has been updated with the results of this weekend so far so you cannot play with various scenarios prior to this weekend. I have played with this prior to this weekend and take my word, the above statement is correct.

              According to the predictor, if either Clarkson or Colgate win the ECAC Tourney even if BC is the HE Champ, Clarkson or Colgate will be the #2 seed, BC #3 and then the loser of Clarkson/Colgate #4. If BC gets wiped out by the winner of UConn/Prov or BU/Maine then they fall to #4. If BC/Clarkson/Colgate fail to win their respective League Championships BC will be #2 seed and Clarkson/Colgate will be #3/4 in some order depending on when they lost.
              If Wisconsin loses the WCHA tournament (unless it's against Minnesota in the championship), Clarkson/Colgate would jump up into the #1 spot. This is entirely farfetched, as Wisconsin had some recent difficulty with all four of the other teams remaining in the WCHA tournament, particularly Ohio State who swept them at the beginning of the month.

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              • I think the best case scenario for Clarkson with this afternoon's game is if Princeton wins in many OTs. Last year, it was obvious in the ECAC semis that Clarkson was coming off of a two-game quarterfinal round, while their opponent (Princeton coincidentally) had played the equivalent of four games. I know Princeton won last time out against Clarkson, but I've liked Clarkson's game plan adjustments since then (rushing defense(wo)men forward in particular). Thoughts?

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                • Originally posted by Hydra88 View Post
                  I think the best case scenario for Clarkson with this afternoon's game is if Princeton wins in many OTs. Last year, it was obvious in the ECAC semis that Clarkson was coming off of a two-game quarterfinal round, while their opponent (Princeton coincidentally) had played the equivalent of four games. I know Princeton won last time out against Clarkson, but I've liked Clarkson's game plan adjustments since then (rushing defense(wo)men forward in particular). Thoughts?
                  Personally, I don't think it matters much who Clarkson plays, either Prinny or SLU. Both are going to be a tough opponent but one Clarkson should defeat.

                  Princeton: If they beat Cornell today they are 11-4-1 since coming back from the Xmas break.
                  During this stretch of 16 games they are
                  3-1 vs Cornell
                  1-0 vs Clarkson a 2-0 win, the only team to defeat Clarkson since the Xmas break
                  0-1 vs Colgate a tight 3-2 loss
                  0-1 vs SLU an OT 3-2 loss
                  Their big scorer is Carley Bullock, 24 goals/31 pts thru yesterday
                  Their next highest scorer is dman Thompson with 9 goals
                  Sucharda is their best dman and is paired with Thompson
                  Lund, Falck and Sucharda are their next highest points 23, 21 and 21
                  Neatby is the wild card in net: a 1.83 GAA and .931 SV% but has taken 10 losses.
                  Since the Xmas Break she has only given up more than 3 goals in a game 2 times, both to Cornell. Yesterdays 5-4 win and a 5-2 loss in early Jan.

                  SLU: Our biggest rival and you just don't know about rivalry games, especially when your rival is 2-13-3 against you in the last 4 years.
                  The same record as Prinny in the last 16 games 11-4-1
                  During this stretch of 16 games they are
                  0-1 vs Colgate
                  0-1 vs Cornell
                  0-1 vs Lindenwood/Harvard and a tie with Quinnipiac
                  They played 4 games against Clarkson before the Xmas break and were 0-4
                  You know the old adage: "It's tough to beat the same team more than twice in a season." Add the rivalry aspect and you know this game is gonna be close.
                  Reyes (17), Marchment (15), Miller (13), Smith (10), Edney (9) and Nielsen (8) are the top goal scorers
                  Frosh Podvey (7) provides some scoring from the D.
                  It will be interesting to see who Chris Wells goes with in goal.
                  Harrison (1.94 GAA/.909 SV%) and Shelly(1.80GAA/.925 SV%) split the duties in goal throughout the year and each played a game against Quinny in the ECAC Quarterfinal.
                  Against Clarkson each played in 2 games, Shelly giving up 4 & 2 Goals and Harrison giving up 6 & 3 goals.
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                  • Originally posted by vicb View Post

                    Personally, I don't think it matters much who Clarkson plays, either Prinny or SLU. Both are going to be a tough opponent but one Clarkson should defeat.

                    ...........
                    Cornell has beaten Princeton so it will be the travel partner ECAC Championships next Sat and Sunday

                    SLU vs Clarkson
                    Corrnell vs Colgate

                    Should be a heck of a series.
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                    • The final Cornell-Princeton game again swapped Colgate and Clarkson in the PWR as their RPI is virtually the same. If we beat SLU and Colgate beats Cornell, Colgate will again jump over us. If that's the case, the 3 and 4 seeds will be decided by the ECAC championship. I haven't run the other scenarios, but we can't drop below #4 and can't go above #3 unless BC spits the bit in the HEA tournament.

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                      • Originally posted by FireKnight View Post
                        The final Cornell-Princeton game again swapped Colgate and Clarkson in the PWR as their RPI is virtually the same. If we beat SLU and Colgate beats Cornell, Colgate will again jump over us. If that's the case, the 3 and 4 seeds will be decided by the ECAC championship. I haven't run the other scenarios, but we can't drop below #4 and can't go above #3 unless BC spits the bit in the HEA tournament.
                        http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...wise-Predictor

                        Others have run the scenarios.
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                        • Originally posted by FireKnight View Post
                          The final Cornell-Princeton game again swapped Colgate and Clarkson in the PWR as their RPI is virtually the same. If we beat SLU and Colgate beats Cornell, Colgate will again jump over us. If that's the case, the 3 and 4 seeds will be decided by the ECAC championship. I haven't run the other scenarios, but we can't drop below #4 and can't go above #3 unless BC spits the bit in the HEA tournament.
                          Others have run various scenarios and you are incorrect.

                          http://board.uscho.com/showthread.ph...wise-Predictor
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                          • Originally posted by FireKnight View Post
                            The final Cornell-Princeton game again swapped Colgate and Clarkson in the PWR as their RPI is virtually the same. If we beat SLU and Colgate beats Cornell, Colgate will again jump over us. If that's the case, the 3 and 4 seeds will be decided by the ECAC championship. I haven't run the other scenarios, but we can't drop below #4 and can't go above #3 unless BC spits the bit in the HEA tournament.
                            Not quite, if Clarkson wins the ECAC Championship, according to the predictor on BC Interruption, they will jump over Boston College, no matter what the Eagles do in Hockey East. I believe the same is true for Colgate. There are also still iterations where Clarkson ends up #1 (all of them involve Wisconsin losing).

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                            • Originally posted by Hydra88 View Post

                              Not quite, if Clarkson wins the ECAC Championship, according to the predictor on BC Interruption, they will jump over Boston College, no matter what the Eagles do in Hockey East. I believe the same is true for Colgate. There are also still iterations where Clarkson ends up #1 (all of them involve Wisconsin losing).
                              Yes that is true. I tried posting something similar to your post yesterday and for some reason it got thrown into some moderator review. Still do not see my post and I wonder who the moderator is?.

                              Vicb

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                              • Originally posted by vicb View Post

                                Yes that is true. I tried posting something similar to your post yesterday and for some reason it got thrown into some moderator review. Still do not see my post and I wonder who the moderator is?.
                                The moderator is me, but it shouldn't be throwing you into the moderator queue.

                                On another note, I've been having a lot of problems with this software ever since I installed it, and I'm very frankly ****ed off at having dropped the $209 for it.
                                Clarkson '00 (MIS) * WCKN * letsgotech.com

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