Monthly Archives: February 2013

Is There More to RPI’s Turnaround Than Meets the Eye?

A few posts back, I put in my two-cents worth on every RPI fan’s favorite topic lately – what changed? What happened to cause the dramatic turnaround from a tenth-place ECAC finish last year to our current standing in second … Continue reading

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A Big, Big Weekend – and Senior Night to Boot!

Here we are on the verge of yet another big, big weekend – this one, according to today’s Times Union, “the biggest regular-season weekend in the Seth Appert era of RPI hockey.” Isn’t it fun to be an RPI fan … Continue reading

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Ready to Rumble at Lynah

A few more thoughts to take us into this big, big road weekend. I’m bracing for a rough and maybe nasty game at Cornell. That’s the Big Red’s style anyway, if you ask me, and they’ll certainly have it in … Continue reading

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All is Right With the World

I’m making an unfortunate habit of waiting until the next games are almost upon us to comment on the past weekend’s games but, hey, at least I’m commenting! It’s hard to describe how exciting it is for faithful RPI fans … Continue reading

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So How ‘Bout Them Engineers, Huh?

I wish I had more time to write lately. Here’s RPI, doing so well and playing some of the best hockey they have in years, and I’ve barely mentioned it. And I still don’t have time to go on at … Continue reading

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Now That’s a Big Red Freakout!

Wow, what a weekend! Four ECAC points. An impressive Freakout win over nationally-ranked Dartmouth. And back-to-back shutouts! RPI moved from 11th-place in the ECAC to a five-way tie for sixth through tenth. And Jason Kasdorf improved his stats yet again. … Continue reading

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Freakout Weekend – Let’s Go, Red!

I guess I’ve been more asleep than I realized. I was aware – who wasn’t! – of Harvard’s precipitous fall pretty much immediately after they trounced RPI 4-0 back in November. I wasn’t aware, though, of the events that were … Continue reading

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