Sat. 1-5-13 Hill-Murray at Edina

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Hill-Murray at Edina

Hill-Murray Pioneers
15
65%
Edina Hornets
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35%
 
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Sat. 1-5-13 Hill-Murray at Edina

Post by stpaul » Fri Jan 04, 2013 2:44 pm

Hill-Murray is 16-15-3 all time vs. Edina (including East & West). This should be another close one. I will skip the Vikes/Pack and go to Braemar.

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it hurts

Post by BlueLineSpecial » Fri Jan 04, 2013 3:04 pm

I think Edina sneaks out a victory here. Maybe a different story at Aldrich...

Edina 2
HM 1

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Post by UntouchableFlow » Fri Jan 04, 2013 3:09 pm

I think that Hill takes this one. Dugas and the Pioneer defense have been very solid this season and they've had plenty of time to prep for the Hornet offense. The biggest question mark will be whether or not Hill's offense can get it going. Slattery and Lavalle will have their work cut out with a tough Hornet's defense, so if they can get something going in the offensive zone, I think they'll be succesful.

Pioneers-4

Hornets-2

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Post by Gems » Fri Jan 04, 2013 3:17 pm

Hill-Murray 3
Edina 2
...should be a fun game to watch and I will catch Vikes score in the lobby between periods. :D

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Post by starmvp » Fri Jan 04, 2013 4:15 pm

I don't think it's worth skipping the Vikings game at this point in both seasons but it will be a good one. Hill 5-4

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Post by Gems » Fri Jan 04, 2013 4:30 pm

starmvp wrote:I don't think it's worth skipping the Vikings game at this point in both seasons but it will be a good one. Hill 5-4
I'm a Vikes fan as well but high school hockey at this level far out weighs watching the Vikes implode on national television...just one guys opinion...see ya at the rink \:D/

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Post by starmvp » Fri Jan 04, 2013 4:38 pm

Gems wrote:
starmvp wrote:I don't think it's worth skipping the Vikings game at this point in both seasons but it will be a good one. Hill 5-4
I'm a Vikes fan as well but high school hockey at this level far out weighs watching the Vikes implode on national television...just one guys opinion...see ya at the rink \:D/
Oh come on...... If it was high school hockey playoffs well then of course I would go... But this would be history if Vikings beat the Packers two weeks in a row!!

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Post by Gems » Fri Jan 04, 2013 4:59 pm

starmvp wrote:
Gems wrote:
starmvp wrote:I don't think it's worth skipping the Vikings game at this point in both seasons but it will be a good one. Hill 5-4
I'm a Vikes fan as well but high school hockey at this level far out weighs watching the Vikes implode on national television...just one guys opinion...see ya at the rink \:D/
Oh come on...... If it was high school hockey playoffs well then of course I would go... But this would be history if Vikings beat the Packers two weeks in a row!!
The Vikings have made lots of history but it's usually the opponent that sets the history :lol: ...besides, I prefer watching hockey and these kids playing for the love of the game over professionals :D

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Post by starmvp » Fri Jan 04, 2013 5:38 pm

Gems wrote:
starmvp wrote:
Gems wrote:
starmvp wrote:I don't think it's worth skipping the Vikings game at this point in both seasons but it will be a good one. Hill 5-4
I'm a Vikes fan as well but high school hockey at this level far out weighs watching the Vikes implode on national television...just one guys opinion...see ya at the rink \:D/
Oh come on...... If it was high school hockey playoffs well then of course I would go... But this would be history if Vikings beat the Packers two weeks in a row!!
The Vikings have made lots of history but it's usually the opponent that sets the history :lol: ...besides, I prefer watching hockey and these kids playing for the love of the game over professionals :D
Fair enough, I'm still planning on the Vikes games :wink:

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Post by Gems » Fri Jan 04, 2013 6:25 pm

"Get your popcorn the shows about to start!"...and the Vikes are playin too :wink:

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Post by East Side Pioneer Guy » Fri Jan 04, 2013 7:44 pm

/[/quote]Oh come on...... If it was high school hockey playoffs well then of course I would go... But this would be history if Vikings beat the Packers two weeks in a row!![/quote]

Actually it would be twice in the same week.

I've caught several of these match-ups at The House That Ike Built. With #2 Wayzata's loss Thursday, it becomes a back door 1 vs. 2 game. There are typically few penalties; both teams come to play. This is well worth the trip, .and the atmosphere just won't come through that puny 18" computer monitor.

I put the over-under at 3 1/2. I'll take the over.

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Post by starmvp » Fri Jan 04, 2013 8:19 pm

Gems wrote:"Get your popcorn the shows about to start!"...and the Vikes are playin too :wink:
:roll:

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Post by Nuts&Bolts » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:17 pm

With the Hornet's defensive play having some holes like a beehive and HM being steady all year but a bit lacking on offense, I'll take the Pioneers 3-2. Watch the hockey games tomorrow night - Cheeseheads beat the Purple 27-16 unfortunately. Where's the trash talk thread again? It's needed for both this hockey game and the football game. :D

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Post by starmvp » Fri Jan 04, 2013 10:20 pm

Nuts&Bolts wrote:With the Hornet's defensive play having some holes like a beehive and HM being steady all year but a bit lacking on offense, I'll take the Pioneers 3-2. Watch the hockey games tomorrow night - Cheeseheads beat the Purple 27-16 unfortunately. Where's the trash talk thread again? It's needed for both this hockey game and the football game. :D
http://www.ushsho.com/forums/viewtopic. ... start=2025

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Post by snowpuck » Fri Jan 04, 2013 11:13 pm

HM 3
Hornets 2

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Post by Tenoverpar » Sat Jan 05, 2013 7:42 am

gut says Pioneers 4-2 (empty netter)

head says Pioneers will be in the box alot because this game is at Edina and their hard nosed play on the defensive end will be penalized..Edina wins 3-2, all 3 goals on Power Plays, 1 on a 5-3. Shots 24-21 Edina

either way a potential state championship showdown, should be a classic

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Post by BodyShots » Sat Jan 05, 2013 8:13 am

starmvp wrote:I don't think it's worth skipping the Vikings game at this point in both seasons but it will be a good one. Hill 5-4
I'm with you on the football game, but your score is way to high. I'm thinking 3-1 victory for the Hornets. Home cooking, and the refs won't be wearing their HM t-shirts under the stripes. They will save those for sections. :wink:

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Post by Ogie » Sat Jan 05, 2013 9:18 am

The hell you say?

People are going to miss the Hater Cup to watch the Visqueens disappoint us again?

Say it ain't so! :lol:
Buy ya a soda after the game!

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HM vs Edina

Post by iwatchalotofhockey » Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:35 pm

well if you are staying home to watch the Packers vs Vikes turn your computers on and log on the MnHockeyCenter.com
We plan on being there for this big game so you can have your laptop on at same time your television is going and watch both!

Should be a good one!

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Post by UntouchableFlow » Sat Jan 05, 2013 9:10 pm

FINAL OT:

Pioneers-2

Hornets-1

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Post by Gems » Sat Jan 05, 2013 9:53 pm

starmvp wrote:
Gems wrote:
starmvp wrote:
Gems wrote:
starmvp wrote:I don't think it's worth skipping the Vikings game at this point in both seasons but it will be a good one. Hill 5-4
I'm a Vikes fan as well but high school hockey at this level far out weighs watching the Vikes implode on national television...just one guys opinion...see ya at the rink \:D/
Oh come on...... If it was high school hockey playoffs well then of course I would go... But this would be history if Vikings beat the Packers two weeks in a row!!
The Vikings have made lots of history but it's usually the opponent that sets the history :lol: ...besides, I prefer watching hockey and these kids playing for the love of the game over professionals :D
Fair enough, I'm still planning on the Vikes games :wink:
:roll: Glad I stayed home to watch the Vikes...NOT! You missed a good one star...

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Post by MNHockeyFan » Sat Jan 05, 2013 10:08 pm

Gems wrote: :roll: Glad I stayed home to watch the Vikes...NOT! You missed a good one star...
I watched the whole game online, looking up with with one eye, occasionally, to watch a Vikings play. Glad I didn't focus on the football game as the hockey action was much better. Very well played by both teams! And thanks to MnHockeyCenter for streaming this one, great job as always.

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Re: Sat. 1-5-13 Hill-Murray at Edina

Post by stpaul » Sat Jan 05, 2013 10:27 pm

stpaul wrote:Hill-Murray is 16-15-3 all time vs. Edina (including East & West). This should be another close one. I will skip the Vikes/Pack and go to Braemar.
Great call on my part. It's a drive over to Edina from the NE suburbs but was worth it. I haven't been to Braemar since the last time HM was there 4 years ago. It's a great place to watch HS hockey. Good game. Good crowd. Both goalies made some great stops. Nice win for the Pioneers. I apparently didn't miss anything on TV. I plan to venture over to Plymouth next Saturday for HM - Wayzata, who should still be ranked 1-2.

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Re: Sat. 1-5-13 Hill-Murray at Edina

Post by hockeyhockeyhockey » Sat Jan 05, 2013 10:53 pm

stpaul wrote:
stpaul wrote:Hill-Murray is 16-15-3 all time vs. Edina (including East & West). This should be another close one. I will skip the Vikes/Pack and go to Braemar.
Great call on my part. It's a drive over to Edina from the NE suburbs but was worth it. I haven't been to Braemar since the last time HM was there 4 years ago. It's a great place to watch HS hockey. Good game. Good crowd. Both goalies made some great stops. Nice win for the Pioneers. I apparently didn't miss anything on TV. I plan to venture over to Plymouth next Saturday for HM - Wayzata, who should still be ranked 1-2.
hint..dont drive to Plymouth....

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Re: Sat. 1-5-13 Hill-Murray at Edina

Post by Gems » Sat Jan 05, 2013 11:12 pm

hockeyhockeyhockey wrote:
stpaul wrote:
stpaul wrote:Hill-Murray is 16-15-3 all time vs. Edina (including East & West). This should be another close one. I will skip the Vikes/Pack and go to Braemar.
Great call on my part. It's a drive over to Edina from the NE suburbs but was worth it. I haven't been to Braemar since the last time HM was there 4 years ago. It's a great place to watch HS hockey. Good game. Good crowd. Both goalies made some great stops. Nice win for the Pioneers. I apparently didn't miss anything on TV. I plan to venture over to Plymouth next Saturday for HM - Wayzata, who should still be ranked 1-2.
hint..dont drive to Plymouth....
Thought Wayzata played at the Plymouth ice rink :roll:

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