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01-21-2014, 07:57 PM
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UNB Varsity Reds Thread (Part 3)

Continue the thread here. Link to previous thread:

http://hfboards.hockeysfuture.com/sh...113581&page=40

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Not the outcome that UNB wanted, but a good game none the less.

They got the start they wanted. Most of their wins in the US come from defending the lead they amass in the first period.

Maine made some adjustments, but the penalties were the big issue - especially against a good opponent in UMaine.

Culligan and Robertson played just a period which was pre-planned in advance (Gardiner said after the game). Losing MacDougall to a blocked shot, in the second, hurt their faceoff stats (which hurt their possession time). Up to that point in the 2nd UNB was the better team.

They were holding-on in the 3rd. They only had 2 shots in the period. The D looked strong for UNB but the forwards were tired on their back checking and UMaine had 5 lines and more fresh legs

I hope STU brings their 'A' game as UNB is likely pretty p**ed and will likely play a complete game (much like they did to UdeM after their loss to SFX early this month).

Everyone played well - Nesbitt was on fire in the first. Duffy was good too - looking forward to seeing him play next year.

Final Score 3-4 OT (shots were 26-24 for UNB).


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I'm guessing that UNB didn't win, but have no idea of the score from your post.

Never mind. I got the score from the UNB fan site.

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No Labardo tonight despite playing a skater short (Carroll/Kewin/MacDougall also out)...safe to say he is no longer with the team. 10 forwards and 7 defensemen dressed tonight with Priamo playing F.

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With each and every game, I'm more convinced that Phillipe Maillet is the best player on the V-Reds.

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He is making a strong case.

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For anyone who complains about MacDougall...I don't think it's a coincidence that their PK stinks(mod edit) anytime he isn't playing.


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With each and every game, I'm more convinced that Phillipe Maillet is the best player on the V-Reds.
It would be hard to argue with you on that, skilled player for sure!

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Glad to see Willick get the ENG. He had an excellent game.

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Couldn't make the game tonight but I see that STU scored 4 goals on 13 shots. What's up with that?

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Couldn't make the game tonight but I see that STU scored 4 goals on 13 shots. What's up with that?
Lavigne gave up 2 on 4 shots + a crossbar and Vienneau went in to start the second... then he gave up a goal on his first shot.

Final shot count was 38-13 for UNB.

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Couldn't make the game tonight but I see that STU scored 4 goals on 13 shots. What's up with that?
Par for the course.

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Rough night for both of them. I am guessing Gardiner will go back with Lavinge tomorrow.

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Maillet certainly has been a great addition and is playing really well but I wouldn't go so far as to say that he's the best player on the team.

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No Labardo tonight despite playing a skater short (Carroll/Kewin/MacDougall also out)...safe to say he is no longer with the team. 10 forwards and 7 defensemen dressed tonight with Priamo playing F.
Safe to say. He also didn't go to Maine on Tue.

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Ben Duffy

Ben Duffy still playing very well in Newfoundland... 11 points in 4 games.

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What are the odds that if UNB were to win the AUS they would try to schedule an exhibition game against a local team in the week leading up to nationals to make Duffy eligible? Or would that even be allowed at that point in the season?

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UNB Leading Scorers
  1. Chris Culligan - 21 GP, 14 G, 14 A (28 P)
  2. Phillippe Maillet - 19 GP, 9 G, 16 A (25 P)
  3. Nick MacNeil - 21 GP, 7 G, 13 A (20 P)
  4. Cam Braes - 21 GP, 10 G, 8 A (18 P)
  5. Thomas Nesbitt - 21 GP, 8 G, 10 A (18 P)

Anyone know where Carroll's been since coming back from the FISU tournament? Did he get hurt again?

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UNB Leading Scorers
  1. Chris Culligan - 21 GP, 14 G, 14 A (28 P)
  2. Phillippe Maillet - 19 GP, 9 G, 16 A (25 P)
  3. Nick MacNeil - 21 GP, 7 G, 13 A (20 P)
  4. Cam Braes - 21 GP, 10 G, 8 A (18 P)
  5. Thomas Nesbitt - 21 GP, 8 G, 10 A (18 P)

Anyone know where Carroll's been since coming back from the FISU tournament? Did he get hurt again?
He was injured in the gold medal game of the tournament...tried to come back but still wasn't feeling right...I assume at this point they aren't going to bring him back unless he is 110% ready.

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He was injured in the gold medal game of the tournament...tried to come back but still wasn't feeling right...I assume at this point they aren't going to bring him back unless he is 110% ready.
Shame to lose such a good player, though it created opportunities for guys like Maillet and Halley to take on top 6 roles.

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What are the odds that if UNB were to win the AUS they would try to schedule an exhibition game against a local team in the week leading up to nationals to make Duffy eligible?
Very good odds.

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With each and every game, I'm more convinced that Phillipe Maillet is the best player on the V-Reds.
I wouldn't go quite that far. Chris Culligan is still UNB's most complete player, and arguably the best player in the AUS (although Liam Heelis is obviously having a fine season). Culligan makes everyone who plays with him a better player.

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I wouldn't go quite that far. Chris Culligan is still UNB's most complete player, and arguably the best player in the AUS (although Liam Heelis is obviously having a fine season). Culligan makes everyone who plays with him a better player.
I actually see a lot of Culligan in Maillet, but Maillet's a bit more skilled.

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Glad to see Willick get the ENG. He had an excellent game.
Yup, nice to see him get his 1st goal. Definitely deserved it...he has been playing well in his role as a bottom 6 forward/pker and has been great on face-offs.

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Until Carroll gets back I'd like to see them play Maillet/Culligan/Halley together more frequently.

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