Lakeville North vs Farmington - Section 1AA Finals

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Who Ya Got

Poll ended at Mon Feb 29, 2016 7:16 am

Lakeville North
9
41%
Farmington
13
59%
 
Total votes: 22

nahc
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Lakeville North vs Farmington - Section 1AA Finals

Post by nahc » Wed Feb 24, 2016 7:16 am

Who ya got??!!

Sats??!

buttend
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Post by buttend » Wed Feb 24, 2016 8:13 am

Lakeville North 11-1 in last 12 games
Farmington 8-4 in last 12

Goalie: even
Defense: Farmington
Forwards : North
Coaching : North

Farmington will not go 3-0 vs North this year

North needs to stay out of the box, roll top 5 fwds, protect the goalie.
Farmington needs lots of power plays, not going to happen
North wins!

hunting247
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Post by hunting247 » Wed Feb 24, 2016 9:56 am

buttend wrote:Lakeville North 11-1 in last 12 games
Farmington 8-4 in last 12

Goalie: Farmington Eigner .893% Enright .910% / vs LVN =.962%
Defense: Farmington
Forwards : North
Coaching : Farmington They are 2-0 VS LVN they are doing something right

Farmington will not go 3-0 vs North this year

North needs to stay out of the box, roll top 5 fwds, protect the goalie.
Farmington needs lots of power plays, not going to happen
North wins!
I only saw the Later game of the two but by looking at the stats and the way Farmington beat them twice already I'll take Farmington 3-2

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Post by Defensive Zone » Thu Feb 25, 2016 2:02 pm

hunting247 wrote:
buttend wrote:Lakeville North 11-1 in last 12 games
Farmington 8-4 in last 12

Goalie: Farmington Eigner .893% Enright .910% / vs LVN =.962%
Defense: Farmington
Forwards : North
Coaching : Farmington They are 2-0 VS LVN they are doing something right

Farmington will not go 3-0 vs North this year

North needs to stay out of the box, roll top 5 fwds, protect the goalie.
Farmington needs lots of power plays, not going to happen
North wins!
I only saw the Later game of the two but by looking at the stats and the way Farmington beat them twice already I'll take Farmington 3-2
Just received a text...Farmington is up 4-0 in the second. Wow!

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Post by goldy313 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 6:25 pm

buttend wrote:Lakeville North 11-1 in last 12 games
Farmington 8-4 in last 12

Goalie: even
Defense: Farmington
Forwards : North
Coaching : North

Farmington will not go 3-0 vs North this year

North needs to stay out of the box, roll top 5 fwds, protect the goalie.
Farmington needs lots of power plays, not going to happen
North wins!
Goalie, even, North left Eigner helpless too many times. I think all 4 non empty net goals were scored from between the circles or close to it. Enright had great rebound control and....
Defense, Tigers in a landslide, North struggled to generate good scoring chances,even on the power play. In 3 games totaling 153 minutes of hockey North had one 5 on 5 goal I think.
Forwards, Tigers, A lot has to with Farmington's defense but Poehling, Johnson, Enebak, and Taylor were largly ineffective and had more penalty minutes then points. I thought Smith was North's best forward in this game.... Siebenaler and Jensen were scoring and keeping North from scoring. Enebaks penalty turned the game, from a North power play at 0-0 to a Farmington goal at 4 on 4 that jump started Farmington to a 4-0 lead.
Coaching, even, it is a bad match up for North, has been all year.

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Post by BadgerBob82 » Fri Feb 26, 2016 2:39 am

Entertaining game in Rochester. Good crowd. Both bands. Hard fought and clean. Good reffing. Best 2 teams in the section.

Only complaint, the blatant and embarrassing amount of diving, embellishing, stick dropping, leg buckling, not even sure what else to call it by Lakeville North attempting to draw penalties. To have virtually the entire team doing this would suggest it is coached? Appears to be well practiced. But to have these big strong D-1 prospects flopping around dropping sticks was laughable. #9 dove so many times, when he actually did get tripped late in the 3rd, the ref didn't call it. So he chirped his way back down the ice resulting in a 10 minute misconduct. #21's dive and subsequent holding penalty set the stage for the 4 on 4 that started Farmington's scoring barrage. Lakeville needs PP time to score goals. So maybe it is a brilliant game plan? Just comical.

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Post by WarmUpTheBus » Fri Feb 26, 2016 3:42 am

BadgerBob82 wrote:Entertaining game in Rochester. Good crowd. Both bands. Hard fought and clean. Good reffing. Best 2 teams in the section.

Only complaint, the blatant and embarrassing amount of diving, embellishing, stick dropping, leg buckling, not even sure what else to call it by Lakeville North attempting to draw penalties. To have virtually the entire team doing this would suggest it is coached? Appears to be well practiced. But to have these big strong D-1 prospects flopping around dropping sticks was laughable. #9 dove so many times, when he actually did get tripped late in the 3rd, the ref didn't call it. So he chirped his way back down the ice resulting in a 10 minute misconduct. #21's dive and subsequent holding penalty set the stage for the 4 on 4 that started Farmington's scoring barrage. Lakeville needs PP time to score goals. So maybe it is a brilliant game plan? Just comical.
Referees are human. They don't like being shown up. If a team gains a reputation for diving it hurts them in the long run. Refs will let legitimate penalties go uncalled rather than risk falling for and acting job.

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