Hermantown (5-0) @ Denfeld (5-3) 12-20-12 7:30pm

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Who wins?

Poll ended at Fri Dec 21, 2012 8:31 pm

Denfeld
2
11%
Hermantown
17
89%
 
Total votes: 19

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Hermantown (5-0) @ Denfeld (5-3) 12-20-12 7:30pm

Post by HShockeywatcher » Wed Dec 19, 2012 8:31 pm

All three of Denfeld's losses have been 1 goal games.
The last game of both teams is a win against Virginia where they both allowed 3 goals.

Should be a good game.

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Post by HawkeyPower » Wed Dec 19, 2012 11:44 pm

I do gree that this will be a tight game , but the games against Virginia have nothing to do with it. After a ten day layoff Hermantown did score nine against Virginia and gave up the third goal in the last minute of the game. Denfeld also lost to Orono and Hermantown won 8-0. It will be a good game because Denfeld has Thompson in the nets and when he is on, he is one of the best goalies around. If Denfeld can stay out of the box and keep their forecheck up, this should be a good one.

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Post by starmvp » Wed Dec 19, 2012 11:55 pm

This one will be tight, but... Hermantown 5-3

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Post by pekyman » Thu Dec 20, 2012 12:16 am

All 4 Hawk lines will get a chance to pelt Thompson in this one.
Him being “on” is Denfeld’s only chance.
I say Hermantown by 5 or more.

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Post by Sats81 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 2:10 am

Hawks 5-2.

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Post by joris016 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 4:13 am

Hawks 5-0

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Post by HockeyGuy952 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 3:34 pm

Hermantown will stay perfect and win 5-2

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Post by bemused » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:16 pm

HockeyGuy952 wrote:Hermantown will stay perfect and win 5-2
of course they will stay perfect..their cupcake schedules from high school to pee-wee has been set-up that way for years..

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Post by HawkeyPower » Thu Dec 20, 2012 6:39 pm

bemused wrote:
HockeyGuy952 wrote:Hermantown will stay perfect and win 5-2
of course they will stay perfect..their cupcake schedules from high school to pee-wee has been set-up that way for years..
Don't know what you expect from their youth schedule but maybe you should do some research before you hit send. They have tournaments and cities swings where they play AA associations. They may not travel from The North as much as Duluth East, but they do have there share of good matchups.

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Post by shooter803 » Thu Dec 20, 2012 10:20 pm

Don't know what you expect from their youth schedule but maybe you should do some research before you hit send. They have tournaments and cities swings where they play AA associations. They may not travel from The North as much as Duluth East, but they do have there share of good matchups
Ya they must have like 5 quality oppents this season - 2 more than last season so they are really trying to make that end of the year statement for best team in Minnesota when they go 23-2 and take consolation at state :roll: :roll:

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Post by HawkeyPower » Thu Dec 20, 2012 10:27 pm

shooter803 wrote:
Don't know what you expect from their youth schedule but maybe you should do some research before you hit send. They have tournaments and cities swings where they play AA associations. They may not travel from The North as much as Duluth East, but they do have there share of good matchups
Ya they must have like 5 quality oppents this season - 2 more than last season so they are really trying to make that end of the year statement for best team in Minnesota when they go 23-2 and take consolation at state :roll: :roll:
Youth Hockey. Not talking about the High School.

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Post by cooperalls4ever » Thu Dec 20, 2012 10:49 pm

shooter803 wrote:
Don't know what you expect from their youth schedule but maybe you should do some research before you hit send. They have tournaments and cities swings where they play AA associations. They may not travel from The North as much as Duluth East, but they do have there share of good matchups
Ya they must have like 5 quality oppents this season - 2 more than last season so they are really trying to make that end of the year statement for best team in Minnesota when they go 23-2 and take consolation at state :roll: :roll:
You mean like scheduling cupcake programs like Eden Prairie in 2009-2011 having a last second OT loss @EP, then getting dropped off EPs scedule when EP wins their title and losses half the team that just slipped by a group of Jr's from a Class A school. No need to schedule a competitive A public school right?

Last I checked Hermantown is a Class A public school. They have 5-6 AA schools on the schedule and the rest of the cupcake scedule is filled with top 15 A programs. But keep up with the hatred and cluelessness.

Maybe spend your time convincing Mike Randolph and Duluth East to stick around home and stop wasting money travelling to the cities to play "cupcake"" bottom tier AA teams that aren't in their Section. (We've known since about 1998 that's not going to happen)

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Post by HawkeyPower » Thu Dec 20, 2012 10:56 pm

=D>

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Post by allstatebenders » Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:56 am

Denfeld wins. Wow.

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Post by HShockeywatcher » Fri Dec 21, 2012 5:02 am

allstatebenders wrote:Denfeld wins. Wow.
Not something many people saw coming. Analysis from anyone who was there?

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Post by Hermhawkey » Fri Dec 21, 2012 5:21 am

Play was in Denfeld end 75% of the time. Shots 47-19. Denfeld goals came on powerplays and bad pass intercepted for a breakaway. Denfeld goalie played stellar. Not much else to say.

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Post by HawkeyPower » Fri Dec 21, 2012 5:26 am

HShockeywatcher wrote:
allstatebenders wrote:Denfeld wins. Wow.
Not something many people saw coming. Analysis from anyone who was there?
50 shots on Thompson. He played very well. But the story of the night was the undisciplined play from the Hawks. Team seemed to be more worried about hitting then playing the puck. Very poor D play. Bad section loss.

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Post by rainier » Fri Dec 21, 2012 5:28 am

HawkeyPower wrote:
HShockeywatcher wrote:
allstatebenders wrote:Denfeld wins. Wow.
Not something many people saw coming. Analysis from anyone who was there?
50 shots on Thompson. He played very well. But the story of the night was the undisciplined play from the Hawks. Team seemed to be more worried about hitting then playing the puck. Very poor D play. Bad section loss.
They are not in the same section, Denfeld is 7A.

This result has to give SCC that much more hope.

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Post by rockcrusher » Fri Dec 21, 2012 6:15 am

Ummm, hermantown had 3 PP goals, and denfeld had 2. One on hermantowns other goals was shot from behind the goal line and went in off a D in front and in. I thought both teams looked poor, and undisiplined. Pionk (UMD recruit) got a high stick major after a period ended. Thompson for denfeld played good and definitely won that game for his team. Hermantown now has a few tough teams in the Xmas tourney, then duluth Marshall right after New Years. Their young goalie better shake off that game, or he might have a long next few weeks.

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Post by HawkeyPower » Fri Dec 21, 2012 1:35 pm

rainier wrote:
HawkeyPower wrote:
HShockeywatcher wrote:
allstatebenders wrote:Denfeld wins. Wow.
Not something many people saw coming. Analysis from anyone who was there?
50 shots on Thompson. He played very well. But the story of the night was the undisciplined play from the Hawks. Team seemed to be more worried about hitting then playing the puck. Very poor D play. Bad section loss.
They are not in the same section, Denfeld is 7A.

This result has to give SCC that much more hope.
Forgot they moved after the merger/ deletion of Central.

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Post by Hermhawkey » Fri Dec 21, 2012 2:03 pm

rockcrusher wrote: Pionk (UMD recruit) got a high stick major after a period ended.
There are 2 Pionk boys on the team it was the other one with the major. Agree, very undisciplined game by Hermantown for sure.

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Post by rockcrusher » Fri Dec 21, 2012 3:40 pm

Hermhawkey, I know there are 2 pionk boys on the team. But #9 is the umd recruit who had the major penalty.

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Post by Hermhawkey » Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:32 pm

My bad, I stand corrected.

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Post by Hermmunster58 » Fri Dec 21, 2012 4:50 pm

This was not a fun game to sit and watch whether you were a Htown or DD fan. Not a lot of prime hockey played last night except for DD golalie Thompson. Very undiciplined and unfocused play on Htowns part which cost them the chance to win.

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Post by bemused » Fri Dec 21, 2012 6:33 pm

allstatebenders wrote:Denfeld wins. Wow.
Congrats to the Hunters..big win for them...and I still think Hermantown should play tougher schedules at all levels!

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