Anyone else watching this? Unfortunately they play the first game durring the day so I missed UNH upset Cornell, I will be watching Michigan play Minn. as soon as I get home. Always a good tourney. Just piss poor TV coverage.
if "Washington is a Hollywood for ugly people," then, considering the remarks coming out of Tinseltown about Iraq, "Hollywood is a Washington for the simpleminded." John McCain "Iraq will not be defeated" in the war, Iraqie Ambassador Mohsen Khalil told a news conference in Egypt. "Iraq has now already achieved victory - apart from some technicalities."
I took the day off from work today so I could see the UNH game this morning. I'm actually a student at UNH so the fact that they're in the finals is pretty exciting. Can't wait for Saturday's game. Go 'Cats!
I didn't get a chance to see the Semi-finals (why are they on so early? Noon EDT, a little later please ). I am looking forward to seeing the Championship game on Saturday. It will be tough for UNH to stop Minnesota from a repeat, but it should be a *great* game. The NHL playoffs are good, but the College Hockey finals (and a lot of CH games) have that extra intensity and physicallity that make it so *fun* to watch.
I just hope this game is as close, and as fun to watch as the BC/North Dakota finals back in '00-01 (I might be a year off :)). That was a fun game.
(edited by Keeper on 10.4.03 2347) They are the "Lovely Angels"
Technically I won't get to see the finals on Saturday night due a previous commitment but considering the history of the final games, I should get home just in time to catch a little of the 2nd OT and the beginning of the 3rd OT
UNH 3 Minnesota 2 F 3OT
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The two players to watch after the Olympic break, in my mind are Ryan Miller and Martin Brouder. I'm interested in how Miller will react to playing so well btu then letting in that goal. As for Brouder....