AUS Regular Season 2017-18

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  1. RED ARMY EAST

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    UNB 3-2 over Acadia, in overtime.
    Good tilt with a playoff atmosphere.
     
  2. Rob

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    AUS is really top heavy this year. Two teams (UNB and X) have already clinched a playoff spot. None of the teams in the bottom three have beaten a team in the top four. I know there is still more hockey left to be played but it is a safe bet what our semi-final teams will be.
     
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    Great watching the top four in AUS this year. Competitive. I can honestly say I didn't see an overhauled UNB team going undefeated in regulation in first half. Scoring depth impressive but they could certainly use a finisher or PP catalyst to complement the depth.
     
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    Brace got a 1 game suspension, on top of the automatic. He didn't play in Moncton or Halifax, but played last night in Wolfville. Lepkowski broke the guy's arm in the slash and that, coupled with the recent 4 game suspension for the Clapperton hit was deemed to warrant more than a few. He will miss the first 7 games in January.
     
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    2nd half schedule. Who has the toughest schedule?

    ACADALUdeMSMUSFXUPEIUNB
    ACA0133122
    DAL1021233
    UdeM3203211
    SMU3130122
    SFX1221033
    UPEI2312301
    UNB2312310
     
  6. UNB Bruins Fan

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    Out of the top 4, UNB has the most games against the others with 7. St FX has the fewest at 5.

    Moncton probably has the toughest schedule with 9 games against the top 4.
     
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    Didn't know that he broke a guys arm, so rightfully deserved. He won't be back until the Jan 27th game..
     
  8. AUS Fan

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    Yes, but 3 of 5 are with UNB. But, SFX has 14 "guaranteed" points compared to 10 for UNB. There is a chance that SFX could finish 1st if UNB falters. In any case, UNB and SFX are the 2 bye teams, ACA could overtake SMU for 3rd, but hard to say with Lepkowski out for 2 of the 3 against SMU and Schemitsch "uncertain", shall we say..... All things being equal, Dal would need to win both against UdeM if the Eagles go 0-for, in order to get a playoff spot. UPEI should be OK with 3 with DAL and 1 with UdeM.
     
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    Corbin Boes is going to have to be better if Dal has a chance to pass Moncton. He hasn't been himself this year.
     
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    It's not the fault of Boes when the team plays poorly in front of you. As hard as they work, Boes is still faced with a lot of quality shots; some of them have to go in.
     
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    The difference between UNB and X this year could very well be the fact 2 of the 3 head to head games after Christmas are at the AUC and not in Antigonish.
     
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    While the team in front of him is bad he has also had some bad games. In particular his last game against Moncton when he got pulled. They lost 6-1 despite outshooting Les Aigles.

    I don't know about the women's team but the men's team is heading towards STU territory. The have been terrible for so long now.
     
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    A few of us have been discussing that very topic recently, that would be devastating to the AUS. With STU gone, and if DAL were to leave, and not sure about Moncton either, what would the other teams do? Would it be possible that some from Quebec join the AUS or vice versa?
    Side note on the STU program, there is still a lot of support for that team here in Freddy, there are a bunch of people that would love to see them back, but in reality it is merely a pipe dream. Now if someone wanted to drop the cash in their laps, you might see it.
     

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