2017-18 OUA Men's Hockey Thread

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  1. Rob

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    Watched most of the Carleton vs Ottawa game. Didn't realize that the Ravens were missing Brett Welychka (leading scorer past two seasons). Their power play was pretty abysmal. Of course Eric Locke is out for the Gee Gees as well. Wonder if he'll be back for McGill? I'm guessing not if he wasn't available for this game. Anthony Brodeur is probably going to have to stand on his head if they're to have a chance against the Redmen.
     
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    McGill is on another level, it will be a tall task for Ottawa to knock them off!
    Locke in the lineup would certainly be huge? Former AUS MVP.
    The West is wide open.
     
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    Carleton is much better than Ottawa on paper - they have the talent to win the OUA East - but they lack discipline, and they were outcoached. They were shorthanded more than any other team in the OUA this season, which is a remarkable achievement for a top team.
     
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    Ottawa beats McGill 3-2 in game one. Next game is Friday in Ottawa.
     
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    Brock upsets Guelph in overtime 5-4. Win series 2-0. Will face York in the OUA West final.
     
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    Tough series for Guelph. Curse of 1st place continues in West. Veteran York team took care of young Ryerson team.

    Shields was excellent in Series and got timely goals from Petersen and Vannucci


    Not having Mistele/Miller and injuries that Rams had hurt there chances
     
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    No surprise to see York advance.
    U of Saskatchewan were very lucky to get by the Lions at the U Cup last year, scoring in overtime!
     
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    York is veteran team who knows how to win in big games. I expect them beat Brock in West Final.

    Should be interesting see what Ryerson does in off-season. I expect them add goalie, few D and forwards that has size and speed
     
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    Watching this Concordia/Queen’s game and you can see why AUS teams are routinely way more penalized over the course of the season than OUA teams. Refs seem to be letting a lot go that would be called here.
     
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    Concordia over Queens 3-2 in OT.

    So there will be at least one new team in the U Cup this year.
     
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    A couple shockers tonight...

    Concordia steals one 3-1 against McGill

    Brock over York 6-2
     
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    Both York and McGill win in overtime. Game 3 goes on Sunday.
     
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    York/Brock are back at it tomorrow night.

    Watched most of both games...nice to see both barns packed.
     
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    So it will be McGill vs Brock for the Queen's Cup. York vs Concorida for the third spot.

    Assuming the games will be on Saturday.
     
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    Looks like the York/Concordia game is Friday this year which is nice.

    Queen’s Cup is Saturday per usual.
     
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    It was that way last year as well. I think they are now purposely trying to keep the games on separate nights.
     
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    Wish the AUS would take note...it’s annoying to have the Final/Consolation final running concurrently.
     
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