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02-13-2017, 09:55 PM
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great jump into the rush by McAvoy, stepping up, creating some chaos and Keller scores

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Wow nice goal!

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Love Keller's reaction on that. No big celebration, but more of a "Let's F'ing Go". Some good maturity there.

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Don't know if Donato has long arms or a long stick or both but seems like skate with the puck a long ways from his body and control the puck...kid can dangle.

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A look at Donato's beauty...


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McAvoy all over the ice right now, was just chasing Harvard guy behind their own net haha McAvoy with the aggressive forecheck as a D.

Gotta get some quick goals

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Ryan Donato is ****ing slick.
Chances it will translate to the NHL? I know very little of Donato and haven't seen him play much. Looks good from what I've watched tonight

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02-13-2017, 10:00 PM
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Agree. And he's huge. 6'7", 220. People are going to hate this, but he kind of reminds me of Hal Gill, but a more fluid skater.
If he turns into a smooth skating Hal Gill, that is certainly a good pick.

Gill was miscast here and too many times he left you wanting to see more snarl. But the man played 1100 games; that's a good career.

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Love Keller's reaction on that. No big celebration, but more of a "Let's F'ing Go". Some good maturity there.
Arizona's got a good one there.

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that's the fourth penaltly by three different Bruins prospects, really showcasing skills for the Avs ehh?
None of 'em to go to that crap show in CO!

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If he turns into a smooth skating Hal Gill, that is certainly a good pick.

Gill was miscast here and too many times he left you wanting to see more snarl. But the man played 1100 games; that's a good career.
Totally agree. I grew up playing youth hockey with him up until High School as we went to different ones. As big as he was, he wasn't an aggressive personality type. As a long time STH, it always bothered me the grief he got from the fans for not being something he wasn't.

Anyway, ENG for Harvard. Congrats!

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Wow go harvard, can actually here their band chanting haha.

And northeastern best bc, so woo #3!

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A look at Donato's beauty...

Very nice...thanks for sharing.

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Chances it will translate to the NHL? I know very little of Donato and haven't seen him play much. Looks good from what I've watched tonight
I don't watch him as much as others that I trust, but they all say the same thing: he's one of the most skilled forwards in our prospect pool. His hands are dynamite and he's been putting on some muscle. I don't know if they'll move him to the wing with his natural tendency to shoot but we are lucky to have him.

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That was about as bad as BU had played this year. Harvard completely dictated the play.

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FWIW, Ted Donato's apparently a heck of a college hockey coach.

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That was about as bad as BU had played this year. Harvard completely dictated the play.
Right from get go, too!

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Right from get go, too!
Yup.

Aside from the first 5 or so minutes of the second period, Harvard was the superior team.

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Yup.

Aside from the first 5 or so minutes of the second period, Harvard was the superior team.
Its incredible it was only 6-3.

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Its incredible it was only 6-3.
Depending on how the NCAA does the seeding I can see BU and Harvard meeting again in April in Chicago.

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Props to Harvard. It's good for the tournament and they deserve it.

Unfortunately, BU's age/inexperience really showed, and it's their biggest demise; crappy thing is they can't do a single thing about it.

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Props to Harvard. It's good for the tournament and they deserve it.

Unfortunately, BU's age/inexperience really showed, and it's their biggest demise; crappy thing is they can't do a single thing about it.
Agreed on both points.

I'm a BU guy. My stepfather went there, and we went to the Beanpot every year from 1993 until 2006. While it was great seeing BU win seemingly every year, I'm glad Harvard finally did it again.

Donato has done an incredible job with that program since he took over.

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Shots was like 43-17 or something like that.Dominated them.

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Agreed on both points.

I'm a BU guy. My stepfather went there, and we went to the Beanpot every year from 1993 until 2006. While it was great seeing BU win seemingly every year, I'm glad Harvard finally did it again.

Donato has done an incredible job with that program since he took over.
I have mixed emotions as well. I went to BU but my late older brother played for Harvard in the 50's and when I was a tyke I used to skate at Watson Rink. I was even an extra in 'Love Story' when it was filmed.

Now we need Northeastern to win the Pot in short order and make the tournament great again.

Donato has to be on Sweeney's short list to be the next head coach of the Bruins but I can't see him walking away from the 'lifetime' security he has at Harvard.

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