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  • bertha
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    subscribed, this seems like a very interesting thread

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  • Hydra88
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    Originally posted by joecct View Post

    Who did you rent from. Every time I looked, there were no rental cars at MSS.
    It's called Boutique Car. It's run by the airline who flies to Massena now, Boutique Air (they took over from Cape Air in spring 2017 to MSS and this summer they switched their daily offerings from two flights to/from ALB and one to/from BWI to three flights to BOS).

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  • joecct
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    Originally posted by Hydra88 View Post

    I was able to get a hotel up in Massena, which works because I am flying into and renting a car at Massena's airport. Boutique Air switched their flights this summer so they now do three nonstop flights a day to/from Boston, and they also provide a rental car service.
    Who did you rent from. Every time I looked, there were no rental cars at MSS.

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  • Hydra88
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    Originally posted by Hydra88 View Post
    Just checked the Family Weekend page, and Wisconsin and Holy Cross are confirmed for the men and St. Lawrence+banner raising is listed for the women as being on Friday (weekend is 10/19–10/20). I already checked, and hotels in Potsdam are sold out that weekend, meaning that, once again, those of us who live far away will not be making it. I know having people already on campus draws a big crowd, but it would be nice if they could do something to help diehards like those of us on this forum to ensure we would have a place to stay for the event.
    I was able to get a hotel up in Massena, which works because I am flying into and renting a car at Massena's airport. Boutique Air switched their flights this summer so they now do three nonstop flights a day to/from Boston, and they also provide a rental car service.

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  • Hydra88
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    Looks like Clarkson women have released a graphic of their schedule. Exhibition will be in that open October 13 weekend against Montreal.


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  • Hydra88
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    Originally posted by Drew View Post
    The schedule is complete and on the website.
    No surprises on the schedule. Not a soft non-conference slate at all. Good to see only three games against the AHA (one of which was scheduled last minute because of Minnesota withdrawing from the agreement).

    For those who care, COGO is listed on the Clarkson Alumni site as being March 1–2 this year.

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  • Drew
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    The schedule is complete and on the website.

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  • cutothefrozen4
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    Clarkson will be getting Arizona State, then hopefully the winner of the UMD - Minnesota State game. Winning 3 games against Penn State x2, Wisconsin, Michigan Tech x2, Minnesota State/UMD would be great for the pairwise, anything above that is icing on the cake.
    Sun Devils play in game two of the tournament against ECAC runner-up Clarkson on Friday, Dec. 28

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  • Hydra88
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    Originally posted by joecct View Post
    If you go to the tickets page off Clarkson Athletics, you get to see the entire home schedule of both teams.
    So the mystery opponent for the Clarkson women is Robert Morris (x2) October 6 and 7. For some reason, I felt I had heard a long time ago the Colonials would be on a future schedule, but I may have just imagined that. Still missing a women's exhibition game, though.

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  • joecct
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    If you go to the tickets page off Clarkson Athletics, you get to see the entire home schedule of both teams.

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  • Hydra88
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    I've been looking around at schedules, and I've noticed that NCAA women's teams are starting to schedule exhibitions against CWHL and NWHL teams. Maybe Clarkson should join in. May I suggest starting with the Markham Thunder (yes, that would be the third team that Rattray and Howe would play on at Cheel, as they both played in exhibitions as part of PWHL teams)?

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  • Hydra88
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    Originally posted by Bill'70 View Post
    I may be wrong but with the game against Vermont the schedule is full
    Let's see:
    • at Penn State (x2)
    • Wisconsin
    • Holy Cross
    • Canisius (home-and-home)
    • Michigan Tech (x2)
    • vs. SLU
    • Desert Classic (x2)
    • at Vermont
    That's a total of 12 non-conference games, so the schedule is complete assuming no inaccuracies (and only Canisius is not confirmed by an official schedule). I am guessing Clarkson and Canisius are finalizing their agreement, then they will both post their schedules.

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  • Bill'70
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    I may be wrong but with the game against Vermont the schedule is full

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  • Hydra88
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    Originally posted by drs1990 View Post

    SLU posted their schedule yesterday, and they show Holy Cross on the 19th so it appears that what Cap is hearing is indeed correct. SLU is also hosting Mercyhurst for 1 game 11/10, perhaps we're hosting them on the 9th.
    Just noticed that SLU is headed to Las Vegas for a tournament over Christmas break. Who wants to inform Vegas fans that if they want to carry on the Golden Knights banner with pride (and in exchange for getting the permission to use the trademark from Clarkson) that they are required to route against SLU?

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  • Bill'70
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    My prediction is Oct 27 and Nov 10

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