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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
The ECAC quarterfinals progressed rather quietly with all four top seeds winning their series. Only Princeton needed the extra game to do so.
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.
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
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
As many of you know I’m one of the voters for the SB Nation Women’s Hockey poll. Here’s this week’s poll results and my votes. 1. Wisconsin (-), (17) 179 — My vote: 1 They play Minnesota State this weekend so … Continue reading
The ECAC tournament will feature a best of three quarterfinals round played at the home of the better seed. From then on it’s single elimination at the regular season champion’s arena. The highest advancing seed plays the lowest in the … Continue reading