Ncaa Hockey Tournament 2011

March 27, 2011 by staff 

Ncaa Hockey Tournament 2011, Second period, 25, 1-1: UNH did little with his power play in the first place, but have a second chance after Curtis McKenzie is packaged for the hitch. Miami maintained its pressure on the death penalty, stacking the blue line and forcing UNH to dump and chase. But UNH failed to win the hard battle, and never had any possession. Carter Camper actually had the best chance to score, with a wristed through traffic from the right circle at the attempt of a few players, but Matt DiGirolamo has enough in it to smash the disc aside.

Second period, 13:04, 01.01: Will Weber has two minutes for hooking, and UNH will his power play on the ice for the first time in the game.

Second period, 14:41 1-1: Cody Reichard did it again, stopping Mike Sisler breakaway with: 20 remaining in the second period. Phil DeSimone Sisler hit in the neutral zone after he got behind the defense but could not shake Sisler Reichard.

Second period, 19:59 1-1: They are back in action in the second. How about this for a strange statistic: As strong as Miami played on the defensive, not to block a shot in the first period. Loco.

First intermediate, 1-1: This is a fairly even first period, but pressure from Miami has been a great advantage for RedHawks. His forecheck has killed UNH, and has led to some extended possessions. It is a battle for the University of New Hampshire to get out of the Miami area, and through the neutral zone. Dick Humble needs to develop a better strategy in the locker room to address that. Otherwise, the Wildcats have played well in Miami. The game is tied because of a disallowed goal and a huge savings Cody Reichard, showing that UNH has been able to get the best opportunities to score.

First period, 03:45, 01.01: It just went: 15 without a single whistle, and the University of New Hampshire has made some decent looks in the Miami area, but the RedHawks still control the game in general. UNH is having a heck of a time trying to clean the area, and is doing very, very few clean breaks forecheck against Miami.

Miami goalie Cody Reichard made a phenomenal stop the explosion of a Stevie Moses from the slot. Reichard came in a fraction of time that slides left to right, and got his right pad on the disc to keep the game tied. Even the UNH fans were impressed with that effort.

First period, 11:54 1-1: Damon Kipp UNH defender was whistled for boarding, and Miami will have the power play the first game. It was a call boarderline less than two minutes after UNH took a blow with a goal disallowed, and the Wildcats are going to have to work hard to keep composed.

First period, 13:31, 01.01: Hockey player of the year that Paul Thompson in circles around the back of the net from Miami and moved the puck to the crease. That deflected off one of the two skaters – either Miami or Steven Spinell Mike Sisler UNH – and ran through the network. But the game was reviewed, and the goal was taken with the announcement that was going on one foot, which means that officials have determined that Sisler kicks in.

First period, 13:57 1-1: The UNH fans in the building were happy to see one of the referees fall back a few seconds after he swallowed his whistle during a high potential penalty against Miami.

First period, 18:07, and 01.01: It’s been a quick start in Manchester. Matt Campanale had a shot carom boards again and found the tape of Kevin Goumas’ on the job. Goumas easily send the network drive as slowly recovered Cody Reichard.

First period, Miami 19:07 1-0: It did not take long. Paulazzo Bryon received a good supply in the slot Carter Camper and Matt DiGirolamo saved the initial offer, but an opportunity Paulazzo rebound found the back of the net. Remember, heavily favored Boston University won in early Colorado College on Friday night, and did not work so hot.

First period, 19:59 -0: The game is underway, and University of New Hampshire might need his best game of the year to get the surprise of a Miami team that has a national championship in his mind.

16:00: The building could be a little more than half – or a little less than half empty? – And people are certainly UNH-heavy. Miami band played the national anthem, and both teams are just minutes away from confrontation.

15:43: In the paper – or on the Internet, as can be – UNH does not really compare to Miami, but the Wildcats do not need to look far for inspiration. Surprise was achieved in the first round in the same building two years ago, linking North Dakota in the first round with .1 seconds remaining in the third period and then win in overtime.

So UNH overcome Boston University in the regional final before surrendering the decisive goal with 14.4 seconds left in the third period. BU later won the national championship in one of the most exciting games I’ve ever seen.

15:26: The top-seeded Miami and fourth-seeded UNH have taken the ice for their pregame warmups, and face-to-face is approximately 40 minutes. Miami is in its home white sweaters, while the “visit” UNH is in the blues his way, despite being the host. The teams also went to the entrance music of UNH. There is a sparse crowd at the moment, but UNH has a slight advantage in running the team, which is expected.

8 am: It’s been 23 years since Merrimack last played in the NCAA tournament, but the Warriors will end the longest drought of the Hockey East tournament on Saturday when they face Notre Dame in the East Regional Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, NH

But first, fourth-seeded New Hampshire will be a turning point in his mind at 4 pm The Wildcats, who are playing in a pseudo-home game, will play top-seeded Miami, which has advanced to the last two Frozen Fours. The RedHawks are led by Hobey Baker winner likely Andy Miele, who has a staggering points this season (24 goals, 47 assists).

UNH, however, the needs of Hockey East Player of the Year Paul Thompson to change his fate in the NCAA tournament as the Wildcats have fallen shy of the frozen four in seven consecutive seasons.

Second-seeded Merrimack gained much experience last weekend, while marching to the championship game Hockey East. The Wildcats shot down in the first round Maine and UNH in the second round before falling to Boston College in the title tilt, but the upstart Warriors were tied at the end of the game, seven minutes and showed he has the ability to handle the big stage.

Report to Team

Please feel free to send if you have any questions regarding this post , you can contact on

Disclaimer: The views expressed on this site are that of the authors and not necessarily that of U.S.S.POST.


Comments are closed.