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Subject: ECAC Men's Hockey Tournament


Author:
Zamboni
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Date Posted: 11:33:10 03/15/17 Wed

No. 8 Yale at No. 1 Harvard (Harvard wins series, 2-0)
Friday: At Harvard 6, Yale 4
Saturday: At Harvard 4, Yale 3

No. 7 Princeton at No. 2 Union (Union wins series, 2-0)
Friday: At Union 4, Princeton 1
Saturday: At Union 4, Princeton 3, (ot)

No. 6 Clarkson at No. 3 Cornell (Cornell wins, 2-1)
Friday: Clarkson 6 at Cornell 2
Saturday: At Cornell 2, Clarkson 1
Sunday: At Cornell 2, Clarkson

No. 5 Quinnipiac at No. 4 St. Lawrence (Quinnipiac wins, 2-1)
Friday: At. St. Lawrence 2, Quinnipiac 0
Saturday: Quinnipiac 3 at St. Lawrence 1
Sunday: Quinnipiac 3 at St. Lawrence 2

CHAMPIONSHIP SEMIFINALS AND FINAL
March 17-18

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[> Subject: ECAC - Tournament bracket games


Author:
Zamboni
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Date Posted: 14:32:55 03/15/17 Wed

GAME SCHEDULE
Friday, March 17
Semifinal - Quinnipiac vs. Harvard - 4:05 p.m.
Semifinal - Cornell vs. Union - 7:35 p.m.

Saturday, March 18
Championship Game - 7:35 p.m.
2016 CHAMPION
Quinnipiac University - click here for complete list of tournament champions.

TELEVISION

FRIDAY, MARCH 17 (SEMIFINALS)
Quinnipiac vs. Harvard - 4:05 p.m.

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[> Subject: Re: ECAC Men's Hockey Tournament


Author:
Ed S.
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Date Posted: 22:20:09 03/17/17 Fri

MAR 17 Final
1 Quinnipiac vs. 4 Harvard

MAR 17 Final
4 Cornell vs. 1 Union

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[> Subject: question


Author:
holtsledge
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Date Posted: 08:40:43 03/18/17 Sat

Harvard is a lock to gain berth in NCAA's win or lose in ECAC final tonight. What about Cornell?

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[> [> Subject: Re: question


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Old Red
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Date Posted: 11:49:44 03/18/17 Sat

Union would appear to be out with Cornell having beaten them twice (5-3;4-1) and tied once 3-3

If Cornell squeezes by Harvard they clearly are in great shape. If not.....who knows.

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[> [> [> Subject: Re: question


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mrjames
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Date Posted: 12:40:23 03/18/17 Sat

Hockey's the anti-basketball in terms of ease of figuring out due to the complete reliance on the PairWise for selection and seeding. All 3 ECAC schools are in (Harvard, Union and Cornell) and should be in line for a 1-seed, 2-seed and 3-seed, respectively, regardless of what happens today. Cornell might be able to slide up to the two-line with a win. Don't think Harvard would fall off the top line even with a loss.

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[> Subject: Re: ECAC Men's Hockey Tournament


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John Harvard
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Date Posted: 18:17:27 03/18/17 Sat

Understand that Herb Brooks arena is an olympic sized rink. Such a rink (200 x 100) is 13 feet wider than Harvard's home rink (204 x 87), but I believe 4 feet shorter. Cornell's Lynah Rink is only 200 x 85.

I believe that Harvard is a strong skating team. This could provide Harvard an advantage. I've heard that it may have helped Harvard against Quinnipiac last night.

This season the Frozen Four is being played at the United Center in Chicago. NHL rinks are 200 x 85. Could favor the bigger, stronger teams like Minnesota Duluth.

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[> [> Subject: Re: ECAC Men's Hockey Tournament


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Sprint66
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Date Posted: 17:07:48 03/19/17 Sun

We watched the Harvard vs Cornell game last evening. Cornell had a good tournament but the Crimson offensive power was just too much for the Big Red. Glad we got a bid to the NCAA's. Best of luck to both teams.

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[> Subject: Havard wins ECAC title game 4-1, Cornell gains at large berth


Author:
Floridared
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Date Posted: 14:46:01 03/19/17 Sun

ITHACA, N.Y. — Cornell has received an at-large bid to the NCAA Men's Hockey Championships and will play Hockey East champion UMass Lowell at noon Saturday in the first round at SNHU Arena in Manchester, N.H.

The Big Red was named as the No. 3 seed in the Northeast Regional, where it will play the No. 2 seed River Hawks in the regional's first semifinal. The game will be broadcast by ESPN3 and the WatchESPN app.

The second semifinal will pit the bracket's top seed, Minnesota, and No. 4 seed Notre Dame at 3:30 p.m. Saturday. The winners will then advance to the regional final at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. The regional champion earns a berth in the Frozen Four from April 6-8 at United Center in Chicago.

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