I Stand Corrected…

I missed one playoff tiebreaker scenario that was realized on Saturday. Clarkson would have won the tiebreaker for sixth place in the ECACHL against Yale had Colgate stayed ahead of Princeton. However, Princeton passing Colgate meant that Yale, who beat Princeton, took the sixth seed ahead of Clarkson, who had only tied Princeton. So the ECACHL Quarterfinal matchups are Yale at Harvard and Clarkson at St. Lawrence.

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  1. When will Holy Cross be able to play in the ncaa tourney and ecac title? Why have the weaker teams play to only make an easier road for everyone else? Is everyone afraid to play St A’s and Holy Cross? Play against the stronger teams in the playoffs…..

  2. When will Holy Cross be able to play in the ncaa tourney and ecac title? Why have the weaker teams play to only make an easier road for everyone else? Is everyone afraid to play St A’s and Holy Cross? Play against the stronger teams in the playoffs…..

  3. Holy Cross is a Division I team and can only play in the National Collegiate Tournament for D-I and D-II women. But they need to play a goodly amount of games vs. D-I / II teams in order to qualify.  They don’t so they do not play in the NCAA’s.

  4. Holy Cross is a Division I team and can only play in the National Collegiate Tournament for D-I and D-II women. But they need to play a goodly amount of games vs. D-I / II teams in order to qualify.  They don’t so they do not play in the NCAA’s.

  5. I also see that the message doesn’t pop in automatically for other viewers. They see a yellow bar with “Show One New Comment”

  6. Kenny checked in this morning. He’s pumped for another big weekend of North Dekota hockey. He and Chockes will be rockin’ out at Joe Black’s and want to extend an invitation to all true North Dekota fans.

  7. Picking St. Cloud to get swept in the HBNHC aka Concrete Cathedral aka House of Pain is just absurd. No respect for the defending back to back conference champs.
    SCSU SWEEEEEEPS

  8. A split this weekend for Denver versus Colorado College would have harsh ramifications for the Pioneers’ PWR. While Denver has outscored the Tigers 11-1 in two games thus far this season, Jim Montgomery’s team will need to keep a sharp focus on playing sound hockey and staying out of the penalty box to enhance its chances for a weekend and season sweep of CC. Denver has posted only one NCHC weekend sweep this season [versus St. Cloud] in mid-January. Denver needs a sweep as it makes a push to secure home ice for the first round of the conference playoffs and to solidify its PWR.

  9. I just want to see who’s standing up and who’ll be sitting down after these last 3 crazy weeks. I don’t like Miami, specifically for the style they play, the way they are coached, and their continued poor performance in the NCAA post-season… But they are in a good position. Miami can probably split their final 6 games, and not drop in the PWR. A comforting thought, but the schedule is BRUTAL.

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