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Gophers/Badgers series

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so what are your prediction on this weekends series when the Badgers come to Mariucci? I think gophers will get 2 points out of this series. I will be at the game Friday night, hopefully there will be more goals scored than the last game I went to when Sioux and Gophers tied 1-1.

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varmithtr

My prediction would be that the gophers will be lucky if they get their typical 1 point for the weekend.

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backstrap

I agree on the 1 point.....if they're lucky.

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8-Ball

Lose in OT Fri. night, lose Sat.night.

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PierBridge

Sweep city......Sweep.gif

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Flatlander

 Originally Posted By: PierBridge
Sweep city......Sweep.gif

I agree with PierBridge. Badgers sweep 2-0 and 4-1 grin.gifgrin.gifgrin.gif

badgerssx7.jpg

ahhh....the good old days

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vermilionwally

Well im gonna call a gopher sweep seeing as they already took care of friday night grin.gif

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8-Ball

Man, didn't see that one comin'... I agree, probably get out the broom. I still don't see us going anywhere- but a sweep of the Cheese never hurts!

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Wapiti

Looks like PierBridge is the smartest hockey mind on this thread...closest to the actual outcome!! Nice call PierBridge!!

Varmitpuke and backhole, I'd keep my day jobs if I was you, your prognostication skills are lacking! Go Canadian National Team!

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backstrap

Another sweep for the Fighting Sioux!!!

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Wapiti

Again, PierBridge great call on this series! Were the Canadian Susies ever a part of this thread??

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PierBridge

 Originally Posted By: rocky
I guess this means the Gophers officially clinch at least 9th!!!!!!

No actually it means we move up to 12th in Pairwise rankings.... grin.gif

Thought we had it......another heart breaker!

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Quackaddict9

 Quote:
Another sweep for the Fighting Sioux!!!

I was at both games, saturday and sunday. Oshie was the best player on the ice, after getting tugged down (Sundays game) and getting up and making a good wrap around pass to Kozek in the slot, bang score to score the game winner with less than 4 mins to play! That was a play to see. Other than that, fun game to watch on Saturday and Sundays game was a little sloppy. Walski got his first start and stopped all shots and getting a shutout.

On the other hand, CC Tigers are ahead with 4 points. Should be interesting to see how the season ends up in the standings.

GO SIOUX!

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Flatlander

Sloppiest excuse for hockey that I've seen in a long time. Gotta give it to the Gophs, they figured out how to score this weekend. Although, 4 or 5 of the goals scored on Saturday were scored on horrible turnovers.

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Not this year tired.gif

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varmithtr

I will have to give congratulations to the goophers for getting triple their usual weekend points. Looks like the Edina and Hill Murray boys actually can put a home victory on the record book. Too bad about falling apart, as usual, on Saturday night.

I probably should have thought a little harder about my "prognostication", as with the exception of a few more ties than the rest, the Badgers are losing as many games as they win in the WCHA this year.

Looks like I will have to get the old thesaurus out to keep up with the keen whit of Wapiti.

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Wapiti

Just to set you straight, you should have written "Hill Murray boy"...not "boys", as there is only one of our Minnesota boys that went to high school at Hill Murray...none from Edina.

It's going to take more than a thesaurus for ya...I hope you were joking about having to investigate the word "prognostication"??? Go USA!

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PierBridge

 Originally Posted By: varmithtr

I probably should have thought a little harder .

Please do....... grin.gif

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backstrap

Varmit, A thesaurus is not necessary to out wit most of the Gopher lovers on this site. I do however have an old 3rd grade spelling manual that should be sufficient. Go Sioux!

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PierBridge

Speaking of the Sue......1-0 over BSU they must be peaking early this year.....LOL

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wallmounter

 Originally Posted By: Flatlander

badgerssx7.jpg

ahhh....the good old days

The ONLY thing I will agree with the rodent fans on ever is we don't need to see these images any more. As far as the games, since all the rodent fans were so quick to chop down the Sioux after the skirmish during their series, any of you want to comment on the saturday night cross check Peltier gave the badger player who was on his knees looking away at the end of the first? grin.gif

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PierBridge

If you would have heard what the bucky player said about Peltiers Mom you would understand....... whistle.gif

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snowman678

Actually, I'm sure he was just sticking up for a teamate who was hit with a cheap shot earlier. grin.gif

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wallmounter

 Originally Posted By: snowman678
Actually, I'm sure he was just sticking up for a teamate who was hit with a cheap shot earlier. grin.gif

That's what I love about this site, the wit is so much better both ways than so many other boards. grin.gif

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Speaking of the Sue......1-0 over BSU they must be peaking early this year.....LOL

talk about 5-1 win on Saturday. Did the gophers lose to RIT this year?b grin.gif

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