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I went to both games on Thursday night. I went as a big fan of R.I.T. since my younger daughter may still attend there. They were far outclassed by Wisconsin, 8-1.
I was hoping for more excitement with the Miami/Boston College game. The second period was okay but B.C. embarrassed them in the third period, final 7-1.
I hope that Wisconsin comes out strong tonight. I think they are a better team defensively. If the ice is better it should be a great game. That is the key, the ice was slow and breaking down on Thursday. It had everyone off their games.
I will try to have some pictures. The ones I took Thursday weren't very good. Also, the crowd of almost 35,000 far eclipsed the previous record for college hockey. That was 2006 and around 19,000 in St. Louis.



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There were over 37,000 last night and it was a great crowd. The RIT fans stayed in the Detroit area after losing to WI on Thursday. They were a great group of fans.
Boston 5-0, the Badgers were soundly beaten.
I visited several establishments through the day. I live in the western burbs and I saw jerseys from ND, WI, RIT, MN and even some of the Miami fans were still around.
I asked some of the ND fans what they thought of the Fighting Sioux loss in the ND Supreme Court. They weren't happy and will definitely hang on to their jerseys. I think I will try and find an official one myself. Due to political correctness it's buh bye.




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A friend of mine caught one from behind the WI sin bin
 
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Originally posted by tahqua tahqua wrote:

There were over 37,000 last night and it was a great crowd. The RIT fans stayed in the Detroit area after losing to WI on Thursday. They were a great group of fans.
Boston 5-0, the Badgers were soundly beaten.
I visited several establishments through the day. I live in the western burbs and I saw jerseys from ND, WI, RIT, MN and even some of the Miami fans were still around.
I asked some of the ND fans what they thought of the Fighting Sioux loss in the ND Supreme Court. They weren't happy and will definitely hang on to their jerseys. I think I will try and find an official one myself. Due to political correctness it's buh bye.






i can get you a sioux jersey pretty easy doug.
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