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  • Originally posted by cu2010 View Post
    And now the Big Ten has announced that they envision their fall sports to be conference games only. If this also turns out to affect winter sports, could this affect the winter tournament in Wisconsin?

    The season seems to be falling more and more by the wayside by the day.
    I was hoping there was going to be the Wisconsin tournament, but it is a doubt at this point. I think the ECAC should be fine on some parts, but the schedule is messed up, and will be limited. If it is just conference games, I am okay with that. Just move this season's NC teams to 2021-2022. (if there is a 2021-2022 season)

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    • ECAC working on returning next season!
      https://www.ecachockey.com/men/2019-...2020-21_Season

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      • https://www.ncaa.org/about/resources...ort-guidelines

        Also, St. Thomas is bring Men's and Women's hockey to D1 either starting this season or 2021-2022.
        Last edited by LetsGoTech16; 07-17-2020, 07:54 AM.

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        • Does this count with hockey too?
          https://www.espn.com/college-sports/...state-new-york

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          • As much as i pick on the SLUZERS, this is not good. https://www.syracuse.com/coronavirus...ysis-says.html

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            • Originally posted by ndlax View Post
              As much as i pick on the SLUZERS, this is not good. https://www.syracuse.com/coronavirus...ysis-says.html
              R.I.P Clarkson-SLU Route 11 Rivalry- 1925-2020
              Maybe that Appleton project was a waste if they really have to close.

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              • Originally posted by ndlax View Post
                As much as i pick on the SLUZERS, this is not good. https://www.syracuse.com/coronavirus...ysis-says.html
                And Clarkson is listed in the "Struggle" group despite a lower vulnerability score than Hahvad??? And RPI gets a "Survive" Catagorization despite President Jackson ruining them financially and a much higher Vulnerability score. Guess they base the Catagorization more on the amount of endowment per student than anything else.
                Vicb

                Fan of the 2014 , 2017 & 2018 NC$$ Women's Div I Hockey National Champions http://letsgotech.com/roundtable/cor...om/lgtanim.gif
                If Union can do it, why can't CCT http://letsgotech.com/roundtable/cor...om/lgtanim.gif

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                • https://smartasset.com/checking-acco...key-towns-2020
                  Clarkson is #6

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                  • Originally posted by LetsGoTech16 View Post
                    I saw the same thing. Hard to argue with the top 10 except that Niagara doesn't belong. When Clarkson played there it was like a home game thanks to the Buffalo-area alumni.

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                    • Originally posted by dave techer View Post

                      I saw the same thing. Hard to argue with the top 10 except that Niagara doesn't belong. When Clarkson played there it was like a home game thanks to the Buffalo-area alumni.
                      Agreed. The arena only holds 1,400. Probably could have a put a better hockey town, like North Dakota, Cornell, etc.

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                      • Originally posted by dave techer View Post

                        I saw the same thing. Hard to argue with the top 10 except that Niagara doesn't belong. When Clarkson played there it was like a home game thanks to the Buffalo-area alumni.
                        Seems to me they weren’t explicitly looking for which town was best for its college hockey team, but for ice hockey fans in general. Whatever metrics they used Lewiston came up high. Maybe it’s a good place to live with a lot of support for the Sabres? I’m not from NY state so I don’t know.

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                        • Originally posted by Hydra88 View Post

                          Seems to me they weren’t explicitly looking for which town was best for its college hockey team, but for ice hockey fans in general. Whatever metrics they used Lewiston came up high. Maybe it’s a good place to live with a lot of support for the Sabres? I’m not from NY state so I don’t know.
                          If you read the criteria the author used to decide his top ten, it’s kind of hilarious. One of the main factors was how often residents from each town googled the word “hockey” in comparison to the word “food.” For example residents of first place Marquette were 89% as likely to google the word hockey as they were “food.” He also used violent crime rate, and median monthly housing costs.

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                          • Some of the metrics were % of google searches included "hockey' , crime rate, fan intensity, quality of life , housing costs, dining/entertainment options, attendance % of capacity

                            What some of these have to do with hockey is beyond me.

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