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03-12-2013, 07:57 AM
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NCAA Hockey 13

So I created 30 NCAA hockey teams in NHL 13 and will substitute them in a 82-game season mode. The rosters are alumni currently playing in the NHL and AHL. For the rest of the roster spots I used CHL players. Here are the divisions...

Northwest: Alaska-Achorage, Denver, Alaska, Air Force, Colorado College
Pacific: Miami (OH), Bowling Green, North Dakota, Notre Dame, Nebraska-Omaha
Central: Penn State, Wisconsin, Michigan State, Michigan, Minnesota
Northeast: Providence, UMass-Lowell, Maine, New Hampshire, Brown
Atlantic: Cornell, RPI, Clarkson, Niagara, Union
Southeast: Boston College, Boston University, Vermont, Dartmouth, Yale

Obviously, the top teams are North Dakota, Michigan, Minnesota and Boston College. I will use Providence and I have created 25 players from this years team with accurate attributes. The team averages out to be a 75 which is pretty accurate as the best teams are low 80's and worst are high 60's. Games will be played on All-Star difficulty which can go either way for me.

Will update stats weekly in the season on here.

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The Alaska-Anchorage Seawolves are atop the Western Conference with help from current ECHL defenseman Lee Baldwin. Colorado College and Michigan State also are on top of the West with 8 points. In the East, Boston and Yale sit in first place also with 8 points. Through 3 games, Brown and Dartmouth are yet to crack into the win column.

This week's featured games:
October 17 - Notre Dame @ Miami (OH)
October 18 - Boston @ New Hampshire
October 21 - Boston College @ UMass-Lowell
October 23 - North Dakota @ Alaska-Anchorage

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The Seawolves of Alaska-Anchorage have fallen from first place and now sit comfortably in fifth place in the Western Conference after only playing two games in week two where they were shutout against Denver and beat the North Dakota Fighting Sioux 4-2 at home. Notre Dame dominated the Miami (OH) Redhawks on the first day of the week, defeating them by a score of 7-3 which helped the Fighting Irish jump into a playoff position. In a tightly contested battle between Boston University and the University of New Hampshire, the Terriers were able to pick up a 'W' by a final of 4-3. BU's record now stands at an impressive 7-1-0. The Boston College Eagles also picked up a win in the week by defeating their Massachusetts-rival UMass-Lowell 3-2 to improve their record to 3-3-1. Providence jumped from 9th to 2nd this week by going 3-0 against Vermont, Union and RPI by scores of 3-0, 6-1 and 5-2 respectively. Air Force moved up from 4th to 1st in the West by winning of all their 4 games this week against Cornell, Penn State and Denver twice. Colin Wilson of Boston University has taken over the scoring title with 14 points (7g, 7a) in 8 games played.

This week's featured games:
October 26 - Colorado College @ Air Force
October 26 - Alaska-Anchorage @ Alaska-Fairbanks
October 28 - Michigan State @ Notre Dame
October 30 - UMass-Lowell @ Nebraska-Omaha

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The Mavericks of Nebraska-Omaha have jumped into first place and have the most points (17) in the NCAA. UNO also has a 3-point division lead. Wisconsin has taken the lead in the Big Ten Division and sits in third place in the West. Boston University remains in first in the East despite going 1-2 in the week. RPI has been struggling so far this season winning only one game against Union by a final of 1-0 in week one. The Engineers went 0-3 this week losing to Vermont, Boston College and Boston University and being outscored 7-3. The Colorado College Tigers defeated Air Force by a final of 4-2 on the 26th. In the battle of Alaska, UAA squeezed by UAF 2-1. Also by a score of 2-1, Michigan State was able to come out on top against rival Notre Dame. On the final day of the week the UNO Mavericks were able to fend off the pesky UMass-Lowell 2-1. The Riverhawks went 0-4 in the week. Colin Wilson of BU remains on top in scoring with 16 points in 11 games played. Kyle Greentree, Dustin Penner, Mike Cammalleri and Mike Knuble round out the top 5.

This week's featured games:
November 4 - North Dakota @ Michigan
November 5 - Vermont @ Clarkson
November 6 - Boston University @ Boston College
November 6 - Wisconsin @ Nebraska-Omaha

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Nebraska-Omaha remains in first place in the Western Conference with a record of 10-2-1 while the Yale Bulldogs have over the East and have a 3-point lead ahead of Maine. Miami of Ohio is hot and are approaching UNO quickly in hunt for the division lead. Just two weeks ago the Redhawks were in 11th place, now they find themselves in 4th in the conference. Air Force is playing well again after a poor week 3. Boston University lost its conference lead after going 1-2 beating Providence 4-0 and losing to Vermont 3-0 and Boston College 1-0. Brown is now in the top 8 after going 2-1 with the lone loss coming to UMass-Lowell. The Bears did pull off an upset defeating the Main Black Bears by a final of 5-2 in Orono! Their other win came against Penn State at home. Niagara's Matt Caruana has regained the scoring lead with 11 points in three games with his team also going 2-1 after wins against Penn State and RPI. Chris Higgins, Kyle Greentree, Mike Cammalleri and Chris Clark round out the top 5. Michigan was able to go into North Dakota and defeat the Sioux 4-3 improving to 7-4. The Mavs of UNO were all over the Wisconsin Badgers on Nov. 6, defeating them by a final of 4-1.

This week's featured games:
November 9 - Air Force @ Boston College
November 11 - Michigan @ Michigan State
November 13 - Clarkson @ Yale

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Colorado College has moved to the top of the Western Conference after going a perfect 3-0 in week 5. Streaking Miami (OH) is now on hiatus and comfortably sitting in 4th, waiting for the Mavericks to lose the division lead. After a 2-2 week, the Michigan Wolverines are now in the 8th spot while the Alaska-Fairbanks Nanooks dropped out. The three division leaders in the East remain the same with Clarkson and Maine switching places. Four of the 5 teams in the Northeast Division sit in the top 6. Brown has fallen from the top 8 after posting a 0-2-1 record last week. The Dutchmen from Union have regained a playoff position. Boston College visited Air Force on November 9, and were beaten by the Falcons in overtime 3-2. On the 11th, Alaska-Anchorage hosted the Spartans of Michigan State and were trampled 6-3. The previous top 2 teams in the East battled it out on the 13th and it was Yale who cam out on top against Clarkson by a score of 2-1. Niagara's Matt Caruana is stunning the nation as he continues his hot streak increasing his points total to 28. Darren Haydar, Chris Higgins, Chris Clark and Colin Wilson round out the top 5.

This week's featured games:
November 17 - Michigan @ Michigan State
November 17 - Yale @ Clarkson
November 19 - Nebraska-Omaha @ Yale
November 20 - Vermont @ Boston College

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Come on man, pick it up! We are counting on you.

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