Anyone know if Senior night is the last game of the year? In some previous years they have had it a game early.
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always been senior night in previous years. Get over yourselves.
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I laughed really hard due to the hilarity, and then I was disappointed in myself for laughing. I +1'd you nonetheless.
Damn you for complicating my thoughts this morning.
Your post wasn't really about this, but I completely agree with the title. While we were killing that 5 on 3 with a couple minutes left, that was the loudest I've ever heard Yost. It was absolutely amazing to be there, adding a great victory.
The student section is always the most vocal part of the crowd, but it was nice to look across and see everyone else getting into it as well. I think us students fed off that and started making more noise. It's a small intimate environment, so when you make noise, you're heard.
How about Sova pausing for a minute before finally getting into the box? Kid put a target on his back the rest of the game.
So our last loss was the olympic ice game against Minnesota and our last loss at home was against Notre Dame in November. That's pretty boss right there.
Unlike the Crisler atmosphere, which blew. I was watching to see what recruits they were bringing in and hoping they wouldn't keep them there long.....
were there really recruits there?
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Not at all related to your topic but just looked at our results and by the time our next game rolls around, it will have been over 2 months since we lost a game in regulation.
I'd say that's pretty good...
that the last game is senior night. I need help. Please message board god...help me.
I will take your word for it though because you have 13,200 points. Or maybe I shouldn't take your word for it for the same reason.
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Senior night is the last regular season game of the season, IIRC. There are CCHA playoffs afterwards, but all the pomp and circumstance of "Senior Night" will probably be the Saturday game against Western in February.
When do the playoffs start? How many yrs in row has UM made playoffs now?
This is too easy.
On the student tickets, the ticket for February 17th against Western has SENIOR NIGHT on it. So yes, this year it is the last game of the regular season
I meant last home* game, sorry. my mistake!
You mean Feb 19th, not Feb 17th, right???
and yes, yes i do... wow I need some coffee or something to wake up this morning!
Senior night is Saturday 2/19 against Western Michigan.
To get back on topic: yes, Yost was insanely loud as we were killing that 5 on 3. Also, the Nanooks had pulled their goaltender. They had every opportunity to tie that game, but we simply would not even let them enter the zone! The speed and stickwork of Rust and Hagelin was quite impressive.
I'm not a huge fan of hockey, but I attended a game and the atmosphere is A-MAIZE-ING
Here's an interesting tidbit from UAF's coach last night:
It’s been almost two years since we haven’t got a point on a weekend, but I don’t think that’s the big picture right now,” said Ferguson. “There’s a lot of good things, but at the end of the day, you’ve got to have execution and that’s what we’re all striving for, to execute in the situations that we need to, and that’s usually what makes the difference.”
TWO YEARS since they were held pointless? Yost strikes again!
He doesn't count the CCHA tournament. Last year, Alaska was swept by Northern Michigan in the second round. But if you only count the regular season, you have to go to the last series of 08-09, where they were swept by Alaska-Anchorage in a home-and-home, which incidentally was the only two times they were swept that year, the other coming at Notre Dame. Another interesting stat is that the last time Alaska failed to get a point at home against a team from outside Alaska on Friday came on October 24, 2008 against Bowling Green, in a 1-0 loss.