AUS Regular Season 2017-18

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    I don't think that it will have any affect on StFX as I believe that they are at the roster cap already.
     
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    SMU 4 Acadia 3 - Heartbreaker for the Axemen as the Huskies score on the PP with under a minute to play.
     
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    Good for the rest of the league though...that was looking like a 3 point game.
     
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    So does Peddle get an assist on that win?
     
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    Don't be a hater.....
     
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    Bit of a rough game for Woodworth. 4 penalties including Delay-of-Game that resulted in the PP goal. I didn't think the trip was worthy of a call. Looking at the calls, 6 of 7 were on the defense, probably a result of being short staffed and under pressure at times. While it doesn't translate into points, Acadia did a good job with a short bench against a good team. So, a moral victory at least. Barring anything happening on Friday night, they will have a full compliment on the backend when they play SMU on Wed night.
     
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    According to Bruce Hallihan’s latest article DiFruscia got 1 game, Spears 2 games, and Hendsbee 3 games.

    Clapperton has improved and was in classes yesterday, but still hasn’t been on the ice.
     
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    I wouldn't expect him on the ice yet. For him to play before January would be a bit of a mockery considering the gloom and doom scenario by the A.D and in the Gleaner.
     
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    Can't see him playing until the break
    UNB most likely will announce an exhibition game against a possible international opponent, in December.
     
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    Team Poland Dec 10
     
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    What’s the story with Daniel Robertson for X? He hasn’t played a game yet and they were short two guys last night, which would seem like the ideal time to get him in the line-up....leads me to believe that unless he is injured, they are going to try and keep that roster spot open until Christmas.
     
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    I will try to find out, but if you look at his stats from Junior, he didn't exactly light the league up.
     
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    Good game last night between ACA and SMU. I felt that SMU controlled the 1st, ACA the 2nd and they split the 3rd. Both Steeves and Brassard were solid
     
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    SMU has been on a roll now just a point back of X.
    X vs UNB is a big tilt. X will close the gap or be sitting 5 puts back, if they lose.
     
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    So DiFruscia and Spears will be back, and Hendsbee has one more game to serve?
    Should be a good one down in Antigonish tonight!
     
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    No Studnicka or Cianfrone tonight (I assume due to injury) so they are still icing less than a full roster I believe.
     
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    Acadia demolishes UdeM 9-1 in Moncton. Les Aigles are really going to have to turn things around next season or they are going to end up like STU.
    They've added a couple of high end recruits for next year.
     
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    7-2 loss to SMU last night. UdeM looked better in the 2nd but then fell apart in the 3rd and SMU scored 4 in 4 minutes. But, they are 1 point out of the last playoff spot.
     
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    The talent gap between the top 4 National calibre teams (UNB,X,SMU,Acadia) and the bottom 3 is obvious, but I am surprised that Dal doesn't have a better record? They have lost two games to UNB, by giving up goals late in the third period. UPEI should be better, Moncton needs a lot more than a blue chip goaltending prospect, to compete with the upper teams in this conference.
    In comparison to CanadaWest, where you have 8 teams, you are playing top 10 schools on a more consistant basis, that is my opinion only. You have Alberta, Sask, Calgary that are at that level and then a talent gap between the bottom 5 teams.
     
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    On an unrelated note, has anyone noticed the absence of the Moncton "entourage" at road games. When Serge was there at least 6 of the major volunteer people would make the trip. This year, no one. I spoke with Leo, the Godfather, on Saturday in Moncton and he was non-committal, adopting a wait-and-see approach.
     
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    Over the season, the number of matches versus ranked teams are likely the same quantity (for AUS & CW), but they come in different forms. The CW schedule is such that they (a top team) either gets a double-header vs an easy team or a ranked team. In the AUS, you can split weekends where the two opponents are easy & hard. I think the AUS schedule builds a better team having to deal with a new team the next day. In the CW schedule, a good team can regroup and make changes for game two to get the split (case in point this past weekend ALB/USK, Alberta wins game one 6-1 then lose 4-0).

    The OUA is least competitive, and as such, they can go a long time without playing a ranked team, especially if your division is weak (Guelph has played 12 games but only two against a Top-1o team - McG and York)
     

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