Discussion in 'NCAA, U Sports, and other college' started by Account Terminated, Oct 21, 2012.
It was already taken down. It was hilarious though
UND recruit Jasper Weatherby is having himself quite the BCHL playoffs.
BCHL League Site
I'm sure they mentioned Ralph's interpretation of history from 1934-45
There was a nazi reference it 2
UND commit Jonny Tychonick makes Canada's U18 team. That hasn't been real common for NCAA-bound players.
UND Hall of Fame inductees
North Dakota to induct Blais, entire 2000 national championship team into school’s athletics hall of fame
The Tentative 2018-19 Schedule
Pretty good hockey blood line eh
Jake Schmaltz, cousin of Jordan and Nick, commits to UND
Colton Poolman named UND's captain for next season. It's the third time in four years that UND's captain has been from East Grand Forks.
UND commit Jasper Weatherby is a finalist for CJHL MVP. The last two to win that award: Cale Makar (UMass) and Tyson Jost (UND).
Former UND defenseman and assistant coach Rick Wilson retires after 30-year run coaching in the NHL
Good excuse to finally go to Nashville
UND Still Hopes To Put Game In Nashville
Six of the last seven Stanley Cup champions have featured a North Dakota alum, as TJ Oshie becomes the 12th UND alum to win the Cup (17 times) … his 21 points in 24 playoff games ranked fourth on the team, while he shared the team lead with six power-play goals. Shane Gersich also a Sioux alum became the 100th player to join the NHL & came to the team after finishing his junior year at UND and signed with the Washington Capitals after UND fell out of the playoffs.
Oshie loving life
Living-his-best-life TJ Oshie sinks putt while wearing a beer-guzzling helmet
Randklev having quite the year
Former Moorhead standout Randklev has lived the ups and downs...
May head over to the Ralph tomorrow morning
UND's pro hockey camp open to public for first time
This is some ugly hockey right now
I don't have access to the games, but based on highlights I get the impression that the weak link is goaltending, and Thome in particular. Based on what you've seen, is that the extent of it, or are there other problems?
I'll admit I'm a little concerned at this point. I've felt their model is one based on contributions from blue chip talent that tends to leave for the pros before they finish their four years. Because the program has to lean so heavily on new talent every season, they typically have slow starts until the chemistry gels around early February or so, and then they get scary. This seems like a slower than usual start though, and the goals given up are often clean shots that simply beat Thome. They aren't often products of the other team finding passing seems that catch everyone out of position, which I think would be more indicative of that team chemistry needing more time to develop. I usually hesitate to blame the goalie (I used to be one) but this seems like a pretty isolated issue, and not one that can get fixed with time. Maybe this shows just how valuable Karl's services were to the goaltending corps?
Sioux dominated Wisconsin last night at the tune of 5-0. Shots were even but the game wasn’t. Gardner with the hatty. Freshman goalie Schell looks to be the real deal. Hopefully he’s a mainstay for the next 4 years. Need to come out on fire tonight like last night.
Thome May never see the ice again if Schell continues playing like he is.
That’s a Siouxweeeep!! Better dead than Red
I hate to make dramatic statements so early in the season, but Scheel may have saved the team's playoff hopes by solidifying the goaltending during the slate of nonconference games.
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