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Free Streams 12-8 to 12-9

Friday, December 8th 6 PM ET St. Lawrence at RPI (Link on schedule page) The Engineers sit way back in 7th in the ECAC, but they have multiple games in hand against everyone except their traveling partners, Union.  Still, those … Continue reading

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Free Streams 12-2 to 12-3

Saturday, 12-2 12 PM ET Vermont at Maine (Link on schedule page) Though Vermont is four points clear of elimination from the WHEA tournament, Merrimack (three back) has one game in hand and last-place Connecticut has three.  They need to … Continue reading

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The Route 11 Rivalry: Clarkson vs. St. Lawrence

Thursday, November 30th 7 PM ET: St. Lawrence at Clarkson (Link on Schedule Page) Saturday, December 2nd 1 PM ET: Clarkson at St. Lawrence (Link on Schedule Page) Both games will be free to stream Eleven miles down New York … Continue reading

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All the Rankings: 11-20: Raider Rise

Instead of doing a Power Rankings post, each week I am going to go over all the rankings.  (Note: All the rankings includes the USCHO Poll, SB Nation Poll, PairWise Rankings, my Power Rankings, and my ballot for the SB Nation Poll.) Some … Continue reading

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Free Streams 11-17 to 11-19

Friday, 11-17 6:00 PM ET Quinnipiac at Clarkson (Link on Schedule Page) The top of the ECAC is tight, with second through sixth place all possessing three wins and six points.  Quinnipiac is at the bottom of that group with … Continue reading

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Weekend Recap: Random Thoughts

Everyone except for Cornell has now played at least one game. What’s wrong with you Cornell?  Season has started. I have waiting for the Ivies to begin play every season so some of my formulas no longer divide by zero. … Continue reading

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The Curious Case of Wisconsin and National Championships

I’ve made this point quite a bit: how do we know Brad Frost of Minnesota and Mark Johnson of Wisconsin are good coaches? Maybe that’s a silly question to ask since they combine for eight National Championships between them, both … Continue reading

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