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09-19-2011, 12:26 PM
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2011-12 Matches hors-concours (SIC) / Exhibition Games (CIS)

vendredi soir / Friday Night

Carleton 3
Nipissing 4


dimanche / Sunday

York 2
Nipissing 7

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A healthy win for Nipissing. 7-2 loss would not be considered a rebound for York from last season. The team will remain status quo.

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York looked out of place. The York goaltender David Blair let five goals past him in the first period. Some were weak...

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09-19-2011, 05:41 PM
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UNB up 4-0 over Dal after 1 period in Nova Scotia.

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UNB beats Dal 8-0.

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8-0 final for UNB over Dal in each team's 1st exhibition game played in Port Hawkesbury, NS (just across the causeway in Cape Breton). Nick MacNeil, from nearby Criegnish, NS, scored twice to open scoring in 1st period and Jordan Clendenning scored twice in the third period.

It is only the first exhibition game, but folks were worried about UNB scoring?!


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I wouldn't order the Rings just yet. It's exhibition and it's Dal.

I understand that several Dal guys missed the trip because of classes. Engineering, Pharmacy and Med School students. I don't know who they were.

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I wouldn't order the Rings just yet. It's exhibition and it's Dal.

I understand that several Dal guys missed the trip because of classes. Engineering, Pharmacy and Med School students. I don't know who they were.
Well that could include Francois Gauthier, Ronald Kelly, Benoit Gervais, Jordan Villeneuve-Gagné and some of their new transfers-in. Significant depending how many were missing.

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Windsor 6 - 0 Laurier. Rematch Friday. Yikes.

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this past friday, Queen's 2, RMC 1 in Gananoque. Here are the highlights made by me. http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature...&v=n__4g-UPIc4

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Cal at Aca

Pretty good tilt for exhibition game. Newcomers Beaton, Heelis and Choinard impressed me. Heelis and Choinard have great speed and should be fun to watch this year. Acadia will have a good test tonight when they play SMU.

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Pretty good tilt for exhibition game. Newcomers Beaton, Heelis and Choinard impressed me. Heelis and Choinard have great speed and should be fun to watch this year. Acadia will have a good test tonight when they play SMU.
AUS Fan, can you chime in with any information on the Magnardi situation? SMU or UNB, what are you hearing. Steiny must have thought he had him in early summer to name him as a recruit.

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AUS Fan, can you chime in with any information on the Magnardi situation? SMU or UNB, what are you hearing. Steiny must have thought he had him in early summer to name him as a recruit.
what's the deal with this guy? I'm reading he originally planned to go to SMU, changed his mind to opted for UNB and then got pissed off because they announced him as one of their recruits, and now is back to SMU? if this is indeed the case, the team that gets him will turn out the loser. Nobody wants a guy like that around, regardless if he can score goals or whatever. This guy sounds like a team cancer ready to do its damage.

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Magnardi

I was talking to one of the assistant coaches this evening and brought up the subject. He didn't know much about the ongoing soap opera. I didn't ask Stieny about it; we were talking about the Cal-Aca game. I was talking to him this summer and he did say that Magnardi had "commited" to SMU. The general consensus is that he may get a contract and the issue will be moot.

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AUS results for Wednesday:

UPEI 7-3 over STU
ACA 5-1 over SMU
CAL 2-1 over St. FX

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X vs CAL

The SFX website is reporting a 2-1 Loss for X against visiting Calgary.

Calgary has a day off before playing UNB on Friday (at UNB's AUC) and again on Saturday (in Fredericton Junction).

X's next game is Friday against Dal on the road in Richmond, NS.

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Pretty tough stretch for Calgary....4 games in 5 nights against Acadia/X/UNB x 2...it should serve them well heading into the regular season though.

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Agreed - certainly a good measuring stick. It's a tough year for CW with only one team going to Nationals. I would expect CAL, UMAN and ALB to be there at the end - home ice will very important.

I think any of these teams can win the West.

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Calgary is defenitly getting their money's worth of ice time in the preseason against 2 teams who appeared in nationals and an AUS semifinalists

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UPEI beat the Carleton Ravens last night 5 -2.

http://goravens.carleton.ca/mens-hoc...-game-to-upei/

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UNB drops Calgary 3-1

Final shots were 30-14 in favor of UNB.

Way too many penalties called in my opinion, ref and linesman really hurt the tempo of the game.

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Aigles 1 - Acadia 0 with the lone goal at 3:23 of the 1st period by Christopher Rodrigue. Shots were 39-23 in favour of Acadia.

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Sept 23:
UQTR 5, Lakehead 2
Waterloo 3, Western 2 (OT)
UPEI 5, McGill 4 (SO)
SMU 4, Brock 2
Windsor 4, Laurier 3
Queen's 4, Toronto 3
Ryerson 2, York 0


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UNB wins 2-0 over Calgary in a game played Saturday night in the small community of Fredericton Junction, 30-40 minutes south of Fredericton. Good hard-nosed game more like a regular season AUS game than an exhibition game in September. Dan LaCosta got the shutout for UNB while Kris Lazaruk and Jacob DeSerres split the nets for Calgary.

Jordan Clendenning scored for UNB in the 2nd period and Antoine Houde-Caron added an empty netter late in third period. New V-Red Tyler Carroll did not dress - he was on the receiving end of a Walker Wintoneak blindside hit away from the play in the 3rd period of Saturday's game that the referee missed.

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Aigles 1 - Acadia 0 with the lone goal at 3:23 of the 1st period by Christopher Rodrigue. Shots were 39-23 in favour of Acadia.
Who got the shutout?

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