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The ECAC Playoffs

First off, congrats to the Colgate Raiders, winner of the 2003-04 Cleary Cup!

Well the ECAC Playoff seedings are now set. This is how the seedings look going into the opening round of the ECAC playoffs this weekend.

No. 1 Colgate
No. 2 Cornell
No. 3 Brown
No. 4 Dartmouth
No. 5 Rensselaer
No. 6 Harvard
No. 7 Yale
No. 8 Union
No. 9 Clarkson
No. 10 St. Lawrence
No. 11 Vermont
No. 12 Princeton

Colgate, Cornell, Brown and Dartmouth all have an opening round bye.

The opening round will begin on Friday, March 5th and conclude no later than Sunday, March 8. The opening round will be a best-of-three series that will see these matchups.

#5 RPI will host #12 Princeton at the Houston Fieldhouse
#6 Harvard will host #11 UVM at the Bright Center
#7 Yale will host #10 SLU at Ingalls Rink
#8 Union will host #9 Clarkson at Achilles Rink

All start times are 7pm EST. If any of these matches will be carried on TV (other than local broadcasts), the schedule will be posted when it becomes available.

If you want to read further about the ECAC Playoffs Format, please check out the

http://hockey.ecac.org/Page_for_Men/..._Gets_Underway

ECAC's Playoffs News & Notes.

Also, for those who are following or have been following the Ivy League Championship race, we have a tie! Brown and Cornell are co-Ivy League Champs! Congrats to both the Bears and the Big Red.

You can read further about how Brown and Cornell won it HERE.


************************************************** *******************
FRIDAY, MARCH 19 (ECAC Semis):
Game #1: Clarkson vs. Colgate [4:30 EST start time]
Game #2: Harvard vs. Dartmouth [7:45 EST start time]

SATURDAY, MARCH 20 (ECAC FINALS):
Clarkson/Colgate Winner vs. Harvard/Dartmouth Winner [8:00 EST start time]

All games at Pepsi Arena in Albany. ECAC Finals televised on CSTV.


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For those that can get it.....

The ECAC Playoffs (with the exception of the Championship Game) will be carried CN8 (the Comcast Network). I don't know off hand if it is available to those with either Direct TV or Dish Network.

The ECAC Championship Game will be carried on CSTV.

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4-3 OT win for SLU, highlights on that end (being a SLU grad, I'm biased )were good goaltending by Mike McKenna (39 saves) and the GW goal by Stace Page.

Also interesting to note (which I think will give the Saints the advantage next game as well) was Yale goalie Josh Gartner's penalty that led to a game DQ in the 2nd period, which means he won't be playing game 2.

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4-3 OT win for SLU, highlights on that end (being a SLU grad, I'm biased )were good goaltending by Mike McKenna (39 saves) and the GW goal by Stace Page.

Also interesting to note (which I think will give the Saints the advantage next game as well) was Yale goalie Josh Gartner's penalty that led to a game DQ in the 2nd period, which means he won't be playing game 2.

Thanks for the report. Bummer about Josh though.

...BTW, SLU fans are always welcome here too.

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Thanks, I've been incredibly busy with a new job and school so I haven't had much time to catch any college games this year.... but that's why I've been so quiet

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ECAC Quarterfinal Round:

Clarkson (beat Union) at Cornell

RPI (beat Princeton) at Dartmouth

Harvard (beat Vermont) at Brown

SLU (beat Yale) at Colgate

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Last night's results (winner in bold):

Clarkson-1, Cornell-5

RPI-3, Dartmouth-1

Harvard-4, Brown-2

SLU-2, Colgate-1

For game updates/summaries-- ECAC webpage

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Another annoying ECAC update

Harvard 3, Brown 2 (Harvard advances to semi-final round)

Clarkson 5 , Cornell 4 (Series tied, 1-1)

Dartmouth 6 , RPI 0 (Series tied, 1-1)

St. Lawrence 0, Colgate 1 (Series tied, 1-1)

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Another annoying ECAC update

Harvard 3, Brown 2 (Harvard advances to semi-final round)

Clarkson 5 , Cornell 4 (Series tied, 1-1)

Dartmouth 6 , RPI 0 (Series tied, 1-1)

St. Lawrence 0, Colgate 1 (Series tied, 1-1)
WOW!!! Brown swept by Harvard. Are you kidding me?!

Depending upon their PWR, Brown could conceivably still make it to Frozen Four Tourney, they just won't get that coveted automatic bid.

Congrats to Harvard. Also gotta give a thumbs up to SLU for giving the Raiders all they can handle. Tomorrow should feature some great hockey in the ECAC.

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Go Engineers...thanks for the updates and links.

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Yeah, I was pretty surprised with that game as well. I know Harvard has been playing pretty strongly, but I didn't expect a quick sweep. I'll have the SLU/Colgate game on my comp as I finish some work, so I'll hopefully have an update in a few hours

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Colgate, Dartmouth, Harvard and Clarkson Advance to the 43rd Annual ECAC Hockey Championship

Oh well, better luck next year for my boys!

Congrats to the winners though!

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Damn Cornell is out...

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I watched the Harvard/Clarkson finals game on TV tonight...pretty good game.

Harvard 4
Clarkson 2

Clarkson took the early 2-0 lead...and Harvard fought back with a vengeance scoring two early 2nd period goals by Cavanagh.

Both teams grinded out the remainder of the 2nd and most of the 3rd. It was a pretty gritty game, like most college hockey games.

Clarkson got caught on a stupid mistake by a freshman, I didn't catch his name - he iced the puck with :37 seconds left and it gave Harvard an offensive zone draw. The Harvard center won the puck cleanly to the point and defenseman, and senior captain, Kenny Smith made no mistakes on a brilliant wrister from the top of the face off circle.

Harvard added an empty net goal to seal the victory. I believe its Harvard's 7th ECAC title...their 2nd in three years.

Congratulations to both teams - Clarkson made a hell of a run from the 9th seed.

I'm pretty excited for the NCAA tourney coming up!

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