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02-27-2010, 09:46 PM
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Don't think I could stand to see Tech drop.

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Who's going to be at the Final Five?

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Who's going to be at the Final Five?
Unfortynately I won't; but it's going to be some great hockey for whoever is. 4 of the five teams are locks for the show, Duluth pretty much needs another Broadmoor miracle to get in this year. The four locks are all contenders (IF your Huskies break their playoff curse) with NoDak heating up at the right time.

Outside of our big guns the only real contenders are Miami and BC. Yale could have been a real threat with better goaltending and if Sean Backman didn't get injured. I have high hopes for the WCHA this year.

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Denver will destroy all this year. No Gophers in it really sucks though...

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Denver will destroy all this year. No Gophers in it really sucks though...
I'm thinking they won't get past the Giouxns today. If they do they won't "destroy" them the way NoDak is playing.

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I'm thinking they won't get past the Giouxns today. If they do they won't "destroy" them the way NoDak is playing.
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Good call
I appreciate you coming back for some humble pie Been there, bro.

DU still has a #1 seed locked. If they lose and Miami wins they go to #2 overall. NoDak gets a #1 seed with a win today, Bucky gets a #1 with any combo of a win, NoDak loss, or BC loss. St. Cloud gets a top seed with a win and a Bucky loss. There are other scenarios but it hurts my head too much to go through them all. The moral of the story is WCHA may get 3 top seeds.

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Denver will destroy all this year. No Gophers in it really sucks though...
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Good luck goofers.

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Anoka Ramsey should be there for sure. The bartender school "fixed" their drinks before the big game.

Its a good thing NAU did not make it in. I cannot see everyone agreeing on which night they all could make. Allthough saturday is all right.

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Oh not another tournament where Wisconsin screws over Mankato State.

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In case you, yes you, haven't heard; defensive specialist Mike Guentzel has joined the coaching staff at Nebraska Omaha, the latest bovine-themed team of the WCHA. This is a pretty solid addition to the staff at UNO. Minnesota sent a string of quality defensemen to the NHL when Guentzel was with The Don. Not so much now.

I'm somewhat surprised he hasn't had a crack at a head coaching position. He did pretty well in the USHL as a head coach making a moribund Des Moines squad respectable. I think he would have bided his time in the USHL to pad his resume, but watcha gonna do when Dean Blais comes calling?

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In case you, yes you, haven't heard; defensive specialist Mike Guentzel has joined the coaching staff at Nebraska Omaha, the latest bovine-themed team of the WCHA. This is a pretty solid addition to the staff at UNO. Minnesota sent a string of quality defensemen to the NHL when Guentzel was with The Don. Not so much now.

I'm somewhat surprised he hasn't had a crack at a head coaching position. He did pretty well in the USHL as a head coach making a moribund Des Moines squad respectable. I think he would have bided his time in the USHL to pad his resume, but watcha gonna do when Dean Blais comes calling?
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Me? Yes I have
I figured you did...I'm just amazed you didn't work in a statement about how Wisconsin screwed over Mankato for a playoff spot in your reply

Thanks for the link to the Wild/Calgary thread from 4 months ago. An engaging read, indeed. I'm reaching for the connection for the topic at hand, however.


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Now that we're out of the dog days of summer we can start thinking about hockey seriously (not that we always don't, but it's harder when the mercury is hitting 90 every day). I'll be posting a WCHA preview of one team a day in REVERSE order of how I think they'll finish. Feel free to add, just keep in mind I don't follow most teams very closely and I'm not a prospect watcher for anyone but Bucky. My picks turned out exactly like the western hockey blog's picks aside from me having Mankato and Tech switched, so I'm going to gamble with my picks a little more.

1st up: Alaska Anchorage (Tech gets off the bottom this year!)

There won't be a lot to look forward to this year in Alaska. The cupboard is pretty bare outside of poor Tommy Grant, The Brett Olson of Alaska. The team was terrible in all areas last year and there's no reason to think they won't be this year. Their most promising young player, Lee Baldwin bolted for the pros like a rat from a sinking ship. Kevin Clark, their top player, graduated as did Joosh Lunden, the 4th highest scorer. There isn't much to shout about with new recruits this year, either. The offense was anemic, the defense was slow-footed, to be polite, and their "top" goalie for this year, Bryce Christianson, finished 3-8 with a 4.3 GAA....GGAAAHHHHH!

Strengths: I'll give credit to their size and tenacity. There are only 3 players under 6 ft. on the team. They did put together some good games last year, notably winning on Saturdays after being pasted by North Dakota and DU. If they dig in and play well, The Seapups can hang in there for some big games.

Weaknesses: Lots. SLOW! Poor depth in all positions. The defense can tighten up at times but not enough to compensate for a terrible offense and sievelicious goaltending. AA is usually near the top of the NCAA in penalty minutes. They may have had a couple more wins last year if not for the revolving door on the penalty box.

Outlook: They may finish high as 10th (a familiar place for them in the 10 team WCHA) if they play disciplined hockey and if goaltending can steal a couple games. You should go to the UAA fan blog and watch the oft-disturbing, sometimes humerous, Donald Dunlap unravel during what will be a long season in Anchorage.

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Mankato State

The purple steers forward ranks were hit pretty hard by graduation losing Kael Mouillierat, Jared stewart, Zach Harrison and Geoff Irwin, the 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th highest scorers respectively. That's bad news for a team that was fairly inconsistent putting up points last year. Tyler Pitlick is an emerging stud...but unfortunately he bailed for Medicine Hat. Michael Dorr and Eriah Hayes put up decent seasons but there won't be much depth up front beyond those 2. Matt Leitner was their most promising prospect but won't play because of academic issues....yeesh.

Strengths: The defense is pretty good. They are mobile and can put up some points; Ben Youds was the leading scorer last year. Kurt Davis is a top 3 d-man on just about any team in the NCAA. This guy is one of my personal favorites and he would get a lot more press if he weren't playing on a lousy team. Also, Phil Cook put together a pretty good season in net as a freshman. I think he'll be very good this year but won't put up eye-popping numbers because of the supporting cast he has in front of him.

Weaknesses: The defense won't be able to compensate for lack of scoring up front. The depth is just not there.

Outlook: Last year the team won most of the games it should have and lost a lot of 1 goal games to good teams. The one goal losses will probably be the norm this year. The defense and goaltending are good enough to keep them in games but won't win many. The schedule starts out decently then gets tougher after the holiday break when the plummet to the bottom should be evident. They may finish high as 9th if they play every game perfectly.


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Now that we're out of the dog days of summer we can start thinking about hockey seriously (not that we always don't, but it's harder when the mercury is hitting 90 every day). I'll be posting a WCHA preview of one team a day in REVERSE order of how I think they'll finish. Feel free to add, just keep in mind I don't follow most teams very closely and I'm not a prospect watcher for anyone but Bucky. My picks turned out exactly like the western hockey blog's picks aside from me having Mankato and Tech switched, so I'm going to gamble with my picks a little more.

1st up: Alaska Anchorage (Tech gets off the bottom this year!)

There won't be a lot to look forward to this year in Alaska. The cupboard is pretty bare outside of poor Tommy Grant, The Brett Olson of Alaska. The team was terrible in all areas last year and there's no reason to think they won't be this year. Their most promising young player, Lee Baldwin bolted for the pros like a rat from a sinking ship. Kevin Clark, their top player, graduated as did Joosh Lunden, the 4th highest scorer. There isn't much to shout about with new recruits this year, either. The offense was anemic, the defense was slow-footed, to be polite, and their "top" goalie for this year, Bryce Christianson, finished 3-8 with a 4.3 GAA....GGAAAHHHHH!

Strengths: I'll give credit to their size and tenacity. There are only 3 players under 6 ft. on the team. They did put together some good games last year, notably winning on Saturdays after being pasted by North Dakota and DU. If they dig in and play well, The Seapups can hang in there for some big games.

Weaknesses: Lots. SLOW! Poor depth in all positions. The defense can tighten up at times but not enough to compensate for a terrible offense and sievelicious goaltending. AA is usually near the top of the NCAA in penalty minutes. They may have had a couple more wins last year if not for the revolving door on the penalty box.

Outlook: They may finish high as 10th (a familiar place for them in the 10 team WCHA) if they play disciplined hockey and if goaltending can steal a couple games. You should go to the UAA fan blog and watch the oft-disturbing, sometimes humerous, Donald Dunlap unravel during what will be a long season in Anchorage.
I've had my share of go arounds with that guy.He is a bit delusional but a passionate AA fan.

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I've had my share of go arounds with that guy.He is a bit delusional but a passionate AA fan.
Donald is something else, man. He really seems to have it in for the Giouxns so I'm not surprised you had run ins. He and Goon have some pretty amusing blog spats.

Michigan Tech Time!

After a forgettable 5 win season last year the boys of Houghton went off to Europe to play against some professional teams. They represented themselves fairly well going 2-3 on the trip and got some quality team building time. With those games and a exhibition against Nipissing to start the year The [less fortunate]Huskies should be in decent game shape.

Strengths: Coaching.

4 wins last year came against Northern Michigan, St. Cloud and 2 against Duluth; 2 playoff teams and a near playoff qualifier. Jamie Russell gets the most out of his squads with having little to work with, like having 4 frosh on the blueline and a freshman goalie last year. Tech was able to hang around until the 3rd period in a lot of games last year against the better teams. Brett Olson is a star and Steven Seigo showed some good offensive flair on the backline as a freshman.

Weaknesses: Depth and inexperience.

Outside of the 2 stars mentioned above the rest of the team is mostly comprised of
4th liners and still has a lot of inexperience on the blueline. Kevin Genoe was decent in goal on the worst team in the conference and will improve with some help in front of him but I doubt he'll steal many games for Tech.

Outlook: I think last season motivated the team to climb the ladder out of the cellar (2nd to last will not do for Tech this year!) There is more experience and I'm sure the team really came together on their summer travels. Guiness should be able to enjoy an upset win here and there and the team should have enough gas in the tank to play tough games for 60 minutes. The schedule is pretty favorable the 1st half of the season. The Houghton dogs could finish high as
9th and as low as 12th.

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Nebraska Omaha

Mike Kemp did a pretty good job of bringing N.O. to respectability before handing the reigns over to Dean Blais. This team should make a nice addition to the conference; their style was pretty much like a W team anyway...you could compare them to the other bovine themed team with guady uniforms in the conference. Run on sentences aside, I think the first year of conference play will be ore of a growing experience for The Mavs rather than making a big splash. They went 2-2-1 against WCHA competition last year (I'm including Bemidji). Most of their offensive guns are back and some pretty good recruits are coming in, including Ryan Walters who was drummed out of Minnesota by the type of egregious over-recruiting they like to accuse Wisconsin of.

Strengths: Coaching!

We all know Dean Blais is one of the best inthe game and tends to get the most out his teams. Throw in uber-defensive coach Mike Guentzel and the winningest coach in USHL history, Mike Hastings and you have an all star staff running the bench. Omaha may not have the greatest talent, but they will be well prepared.

Weaknesses: Defense

The defense is nothing to shout about. they have decent size but they arent mobile and don't contribute a lot to the offense outside of Eric Olimb. the addition of Guentzel should help, but there will probably be growing pains until they get better personnel on the blue line.

Outlook: This team will probably be competitive week in and out. The only time they really got pasted last year was a 7-0 "sit down" by DU. Most of the other losses were by a goal or two. They broke even with Fairbanks, Miami and Northern Michigan who were all playoff teams. Plus they swept Michigan who was on a tear at that time so they can hang with the good teams. They won't finish lower than this and could finish high as 5th place if the defense is shored up.

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Wisconsin

Ah man, am I really prognosticating my team to an 8th place finish? Woe unto the republic. Well, no team was hit harder by graduation and early departures last year than Bucky. The team collectively lost 335 points of scoring from the guys who left....that's more than Mankato's entire team score last year. There is a decent, but not spectacular group coming in as recruits. Jason clark and Mark 1st Star Zengerle should be impact players at forward. Frankie Simonelli and newly poached, er decommit, Joe Faust will be nice additions on a blue line that just reloads. In all, 5 forwawrds and 3 D will be new faces in Madison.

Strengths: Defense and goaltending.

They lost 2 1st round picks and a 2nd rounder to the pros which is a hard hit to any team. They still have Jake Gardiner, John Ramage and Justin Schultz. Any one of those guys would be a top 3 d-man on any team. Joe Faust is a 4th round pick. This core is backed up by Craig Johnson who saw limited time because of the depth, but played great when called on. He's the 1st senior on the backline since the 07-08 season. Eric Springer is another reliable backliner to add to the mix. Gudmandson and Bennett were one of the top pairings in the NCAA last year in net. Bennett was out with an injury and never quite recouped. If he has fully recovered it gives the team 2 reliable goalies, but Gudmandson is the guy who will be relied on to steal a game or two.

Weaknesses: Lack of scoring depth, possibly coaching.

There should be 2 solid lines with Jordy Murray, Craig Smith, Derek Lee, 1st Star and Clark in the mix. UW usually has an unheralded senior have a career year...that'll be Sean Dolan. It's pretty slim pickin's beyond that. Kevin Patrick and Mark Osiecki were quality assistants, now head coaches. Gary Shuchuk has virtually no coaching experience and Bill Butters was the D coach at Minny under the Woogey Man. It remains to be seen how they'll do. To underscore the loss Osiecki, let's look at his resume: '97 NoDak assistant-National champs, '99 Green Bay Gamblers head coach- Clark Cup Champions, UW assistant- 2 trips to the finals, 1 National championship, USWJC- Gold Medal, hell yes! Good things happen where Oz goes.

Outlook:

This team will only go as far as the incoming class will take them. My esteemed colleague, GoBucky, and I agree there will be some growing pains initially but the team has potential to gel later in the season. There is enough talent for a deep run in the WCHA playoffs if they catch fire at the right time. An NCAA berth is not out of the question, but everything will have to fall in place perfectly. I doubt they finish lower than this and could finish high as 5th if the stars are aligned for them.

On a personel note; thank you Badgers for a great year! 2 more 1st team All Americans, a trip to the finals, and the program's 1st Hobey Baker

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Minnesota

This is somewhat of a hard one to pick; it's easy to kick the Gophs when they're down, but you can never count them out and underrating them is never a good idea. The hockey gods have not been kind to the program since the back-to-back titles with all the well publicized drama and two recent lackluster seasons. BUT! there is a good deal of talent with a stacked recruiting class on the way.

Strengths: Did I mention a stacked group of recruits coming in? Nick Bjugstad, he with the perfect Minnesota name, highlights a deep group who went very prominently in this years draft. Max Gardiner and large hog, Mark Alt, will be impact players in a conference where highly touted freshman don't get by on being highly touted...you hear me, Adam Murray? There is a pretty good nucleus of players in all categories, it just depends on how they'll perform.

Weaknesses: Coaching, goaltending consistency.

No, not the Don. For the record I think he's one of the best in the NCAA. I've heard about how he can't motivate the team and yaddah-yaddah. Most of those comments came last year when the team was not nearly as good as advertised by the fans and media. John Hill is the weak link, and summarily the defense. The backline was a strong point for the team when Guentzel was on board. They developed a steady stream of quality players for the NHL contrary to what Garth Snow may have said. And the media needs to lay off the goalies. Not even UW, known as "Goalie U" has to deal with the media glare UM goalies do. Alex Kangas went from media darling after performing well when Jeff Frazee had one bad game and was in the doghouse. AK did okay last year on a substandard team with a .907 save%...exactly what a goalie should do to give his team a chance; save 9 out of 10 shots. Okay, he was brutal at times, but so was the team in general. He should be better with a more solid team in front of him.

Outlook: If everything goes right in Dinky Town this team could finish high as 5th or low as 10th if things continue to skid. The big X-factor will be leadership. Ryan Stoa was the last real balls-out, carry-the-team guy on this team. Tony Lucia was a great spark plug and will be missed. Aside from coaching the most important facet of this year's team will be who will step up on the ice?


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About where I'd put them (I have Wisconsin as 6th with Minnesota 7th and CC 8th), but in terms of the blurb defense is more of a weakness than goaltending. It's hard to rely on freshman defenseman year after year in the WCHA (which has been the case over the past four) and between that and the returning blue-liners is what will make the difference in how the season goes. Also, in terms of leadership having Barriball back will definitely help. Much like Stoa three years ago, things went south last year when Jay tore his ACL.

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