Monthly Archives: February 2012

Minor Updates

Not much going on this weekend other than Northeasterns’s chances getting smaller at making the playoffs. At this point NU needs more points than UMass this weekend to make it. UML can’t win the Regular Season title, and if we … Continue reading

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Weekend Preview: Maine

I’m keeping this extra brief, since I’m running late. Northeastern is in the end-stretch, just 4 games left, and is facing pretty long odds at getting a playoff spot. Maine has some massively scoring players (most notably Spencer Abbott with … Continue reading

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Recruit Update

I haven’t updated the recruit information for a while, but I’ve had some time to update the information as best I could. Some highlights: -Daniel Willett won the defenseman of the week award in the Metro League for his 4 … Continue reading

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Hockey East News

The last couple of days have been pretty busy with news. Here’s a brief recap: -Obviously the big news is Max Nicastro’s arrest. Nicrastro, a BU defenseman, was charged with 2 counts of rape. This is obviously an incredibly terrible … Continue reading

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Weekend review: Lost opportunities

Despite tying Providence twice this weekend, Northeastern lost a lot. They lost a tiebreaker against UMass (as UMass now equals NU in wins), meaning the Huskies need to cheer on UML for the Hockey East regular title. While all 3 … Continue reading

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Why you should cheer on the women’s team instead

As the season draws to an end, it’s time to take stock of who we should focus our remaining ¬†support. After a quick look, it’s pretty clear that the Women’s hockey team is much more deserving of our turnout and … Continue reading

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The Playoff math for Northeastern

Northeastern now has 6 games and 3 weekends left before the playoffs, Northeastern doesn’t have a lot of time left, and doesn’t have anything in the way of a point cushion. Here’s a very helpful breakdown of their chances. The … Continue reading

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