IL scoring Dl Men's hockey 10/16October 17 2010 at 12:16 PM
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MI 3 UNH 3
Prov. 1 Duluth 7
N.Dakota 5 BSU 2
DU 0 BC 3
Mass 2 BU 2
MN.State 5 Tech 5
MN 2 UNO 4
Broadhurst 2 assists
CC 1 Alaska 2
Union 4 AA 3
Miami 1 ST. Cloud 1
Bentley 0 Rens.3
BG 3 Clarkson 0
Ferris 3 ST. Lawr. 0
Conn.1 Merrimack 7
Cucci goal and assist
Western MI 1 Mercyhurst 0
Lowell 4 RIT 4
wacky world of college hockeyNo score for this post
|October 17 2010, 2:41 PM |
Michael Mersch is a 17 year old freshman who got his first college points, while Joe Cucci could turn 25 as he finishes his final year of college eligibilty and scored two points over the weekend.
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|October 19 2010, 1:48 PM |
Mersch should be playing Juniors...He's too young for college hockey, eh?
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|October 19 2010, 7:02 PM |
It's all about ego's and money!! Perfect example of how it should be done. Great job Mike! I am sure most will follow up and say this is not the normal path. I say why not? Young men should playing D1 hockey not 25 year old adults.
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|October 21 2010, 4:01 PM |
Uhhhhh............the comment about Juniors was "tongue in cheek", eh. I think everyone agrees, but the reality is, very few are ready for College hOckey without some Junior experience.
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|October 23 2010, 9:03 AM |
No kidding, I understand.
The reason a chosen few are ready is becasue most freshman are 21 years old because of the Jr process. It is tought for 17 year old kids to compete with 21 year old adults. You missed the point. If it wasn't about the money and Jr owners and more important the ego's of hockey parents the whole Jr process could be done away with. Quit sending 15 & 16 year old kids away from home to play 3 and 4 years of Jr's and let them get on with their lives! Hockey is the only sport that does this and there is no reason for it. All you have to do is watch a college footbal game today. 22 year old senoirs that will graduate and move on with their lives while our boys are freshman.
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|October 23 2010, 12:04 PM |
Whats wrong with being a 22 year old freshman? If my parents would let me play a sport I liked and were willing to pay for it why not go for it? Also, at 22 years old I would think by then you've figured out how the hook ups are done. Is there a downside? I don't think so.
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|November 5 2010, 8:27 AM |
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