Monthly Archives: February 2012

Way to go, Engineers!

Wow, what an exciting weekend and terrific finish to the regular season for the Engineers! As has so often been the case this season, they did the unexpected. And, as traditional hockey wisdom has it, there’s no better time to … Continue reading

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Helmet Sticker Story

I’m sure some of you have noticed the stickers that the RPI players have been accumulating on the backs of their helmets this season. Some have quite a few, some have just a couple, and neither the number or the … Continue reading

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2012-13 Schedule

Copies of the tentative schedule for 2012-13 were available at Houston Field House on Senior Night. We’ll get it up on the schedule page soon, but meanwhile you can take a look at it here. Please keep in mind that … Continue reading

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It Ain’t Over…

… till it’s over. At least, the season isn’t – real diehard RPI fans haven’t totally given up hope yet. But after this past weekend, some things are over – like any chance at home ice for the playoffs, and … Continue reading

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The Over-Under on RPI – Which is it?

Here we are on the verge of another ECAC weekend, and I haven’t posted anything about last weekend’s triumphs for RPI. And here we are on the verge of Senior Night and the last home games of the regular season, … Continue reading

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Cha-cha-cha

It’s apparently just going to be a season of two steps forward, one step back for the Engineers. There’s no way to dress it up – it was a dismal and disappointing Big Red Freakout for the RPI players and … Continue reading

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The Most Wonderful Time of the Year! (Well, one of them anyway.)

It’s Big Red Freakout weekend! The most exciting weekend of the year at Houston Field House, no matter how the season is going. The BRF wasn’t a sellout last year as it usually is, and according to today’s Record there … Continue reading

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