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I don't think they changed Les at all actually
national champs baby
Patrick Hruby is doing God's work.
first comment: "EVERY ATHLETE HAS ASPIRATIONS OF WINNING AND WE HAVE OUR FAVORITES BUT IT IS ALWAYS A PLEASURE TO OTHER STUDENTS ACHIEVE THEIR GOALS, TOO!"
stupid Pistons and their refusal to tank properly
rundown of Michigan's riser
needs moar usage
so much for that
This list is completely arbitrary and not a genuine analysis of the relative merits of state fossils.
will be michigan's highest pick in a while
money has to go somewhere
I am only motivated by people who have no opinion about me.
the just released schedules were a flat-out statement that the B10 doesn't believe SOS will matter in playoff selection
but I thought that draft was supposed to be incredibly loaded?
Everyone on the blog, vote now and vote often. Voting ends March 25th.
Done. He's currently tied for 3rd at 11%. U of Maine's goalie has 40% of the vote so far.
Spencer Abbott from Maine is at 37%
Austin Smith from Colgate is at 19%
Hunwick is at 16%.
Only 1412 votes cast thusfar. GET WITH THE VOTING PEOPLE
I just voted twice in a row and he jumped from 11% to 12%! Go Hunwick!
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Go to private browsing (Safari and Firefox) or incognito (Chrome) and open up a new window everytime you want to vote. These windows don't save cookies, so they won't record who voted, just that a vote was cast.
If you are using Internet Explorer, visit this site.
USING GRATUITOUS AMOUNTS OF CAPS LOCK SINCE APRIL 2011
Actually, I'm using FF 11.0 and I'm able to vote multiple times by closing the tab, then re-clicking the link in the OP. He's up to 17% now.
I was doing the same thing on Chrome, but the problem was that it was not tallying the votes each time. However, if you use private browsing than it adds a new vote everytime you do it.
Who else thinks that the entire CCHA office is spending every day from here on out voting for the Maine goalie? Shaun Hunwick can't be good!!
Well it is just an opinion poll. No binding on actual outcome.
Spencer Abbott isn't a goalie. He's a forward.
When I first voted about 1 hour ag, Hunwick was in 5th place with only 7% of the votes. I tried to find the voting page to post on here, but couldn't b/c of browser I was using.
Just switched to Safari browser and voted again. Now Hunny's in 3rd place with 17%.
This could happen, srsly.
Just pulled even in second place with 18%
Boom, voted. Let's do this!
Voting should still work on your smartphone browser as well. Click away!
The world looks better through maize mirror tint.
Still waiting on backup.
Voted many a time. Hunwick now up to 20%.
Torey Krug made the ballot?
I was in firefox regular and it seemed to let me vote more than once, then is switched and all it will display are the current %s. I can't get it to go back to the vote screen at all even in a private browsing session.
But in better news he is #2 at 22% well ahead of #3.
Anyone else having this problem?
Ok guys, who wrote the script?
Only Jesus saves more than Shawn Hunwick.
Just under 2000 votes:
Spencer Abbott, Maine Forward (not goalie guys), 33%
Tiny Jesus, 23%
Austin Smith, Colgate Forward, 16%
After that it's Jack Connolly from Duluth at 9%, then Tim Kirby at 7%. Nobody else has even higher than 5%
If you're doing nothing, how do you know when you're finished?
StraightDave owes me a steak dinner
Second only to leader at 32%.
Now it's 31/26
but only because the Ferris goalie wasn't on the ballot.
but alas, he was not on the ballot either
be satisfied until the NCAA title is ours! GO BLUE BEAT BG!
We hate Michigan State. We don't like Penn State too. We don't care for Minnesota, Wisconsin or Notre Dame but we all hate O-S-U.
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But it is going to take a huge tournament run to change the coaches minds, because he already has a few things against him.
First he is a goalie, so to have any chance his numbers have to go from great to greatest. Miller won the award with a .950 SV% and a 1.33 GAA.
Second the award is not just based on proformance, one of the requirements is character on and off the ice. We all know how great of a guy he is, but an opposing coach could point at the two fights as a reason not to vote for him.
Hopefully he can make a push for it.
Hunwick trails by 4 with 2268 votes counted. Perhaps we can get Nate Silver at 538 to chime in.
2519 votes counted.
Your opinion has no value.
29-28 with 3000 votes counted, Hunwick still in second
With ~3200 votes cast
Abbott pulled back away, 30-28, over night. 4100 votes cast.