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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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All The Rankings: 11-13

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 … Continue reading

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The 2017 Women’s NCAA Tournament

The conference tournaments concluded last weekend with a fairly predictable selection process. The only real question was whether the committee would extra, super penny-pinch and have Clarkson and St. Lawrence play one another, but it didn’t come to pass. What … Continue reading

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2017 ECAC Final Weekend

The ECAC quarterfinals progressed rather quietly with all four top seeds winning their series. Only Princeton needed the extra game to do so.

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Breaking Down the 2017 ECAC Tournament

The ECAC quarterfinals are best of three series played at the home school of the top seeds. The semifinals and finals are single-elimination games played at the site of the conference’s regular season Champion, Clarkson, the following weekend.

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On the Outside Looking In

With the holiday break behind us we have a short few months before the NCAA tournament. The Pairwise Ranking are as follows: St. Lawrence (15-1-2) Wisconsin (17-2-1) Clarkson (15-3-4) Minnesota (15-3-2) Boston College (13-3-3) Minnesota-Duluth (13-4-3) Colgate (15-2-2) Robert Morris … Continue reading

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Statistical Power Rankings Nov. 13

Hello and welcome back to my statistics-based power rankings. How do they work? I track ten categories and sum each team’s rankings across the categories. Lowest sum is the best team. The Categories: Winning percentage Goal differential Shooting Percentage Save … Continue reading

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