Showing posts with label Beau Bennett. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Beau Bennett. Show all posts

Monday, December 14, 2015

T.J. Oshie Blows up Beau Bennett

My buddy is a Pittsburgh Penguins fan and he was unhappy with T.J. Oshie for this hit on Penguins forward Beau Bennett. Some might call it, Sioux on Pioneer abuse. The refs didn't call a penalty on the play.

Obviously, Pens fans aren't going to be very happy with Oshie, who also scored his ninth and 10 goals of the season tonight, leading the Capitals to a 4-1 win.

Here's my question; should the on-ice officials called a penalty on this play. One could make the argument for one.

Thursday, December 08, 2011

Knight line second in the WCHA

If you haven't seen this, Rob White beat writer for the World Herald put together a ranking on the WCHA tops lines. The Knight line is ranked second in the WCHA.

Top WCHA Lines
63, Nick Bjugstad (26), Kyle Rau (19), Zach Budish (18), Minnesota
62, Brock Nelson (22), Corban Knight (21), Danny Kristo (19), North Dakota
58, J.T. Brown (24), Travis Oleksuk (19), Caleb Herbert (15), Minnesota-Duluth
52, Jason Zucker (20), Drew Shore (19), Beau Bennett (13), Denver
48, Mark Zengerle (25), Tyler Barnes (17), Brendan Woods (6), Wisconsin
46, Terry Broadhurst (23), Ryan Walters (13), Brock Montpetit (10), UNO
45, Ben Hanowski (20), Travis Novak (14), David Eddy (11), St. Cloud State
42, Jack Connolly (25), Mike Seidel (12), Joe Basaraba (5), Minnesota-Duluth
40, Matt White (23), Alex Hudson (10), Johnnie Searfoss (7), UNO
40, Rylan Schwartz (17), Jalen Schwartz (17), William Rapuzzi (6), Colorado College
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Monday, October 03, 2011

2nd Annual WCHA Blogger & Website Preseason Poll

Western Collegiate Hockey Association logoImage via WikipediaOnce again the bloggers of the WCHA had a preseason blogger poll and this is what we came up with, this was the second time that we have conducted this preseason blogger poll. Here are the results as they shook out. There were 17 bloggers/website owners that participated in this poll. s/t Chad from A Tradition of Excellence.

Team (1st Place Votes)Points
1.Denver (10)196
2.Colorado College (4)179
3.North Dakota (2)175
4.Nebraska-Omaha 141
5.Minnesota-Duluth (1)140
6.Minnesota 124.5
8.St. Cloud State92
10.Bemidji State52
11.Michigan Tech30
12.Minnesota State-Mankato28

All-Conference Team (15 Voters):
F - Jaden Schwartz, Colorado College
F - Jason Zucker, Denver
F - Jack Connolly, Minnesota-Duluth
D - Justin Schultz, Wisconsin
D - Ben Blood, North Dakota
G - Aaron Dell, North Dakota

Player of the Year:
Jason Zucker, Denver (9)
Jaden Schwartz, Colorado College (8)

Rookie of the Year:
Rocco Grimaldi, North Dakota (14)
Jayson Megna, Nebraska-Omaha (1)
Joey LaLeggia, Denver (1)
Josh Archibald, Nebraska-Omaha (1)

Defenseman of the Year (16 Voters):
Justin Schultz, Wisconsin (11)
Ben Blood, North Dakota (4)
Nick Jensen, St. Cloud State (1)

Breakout Player of the Year (16 Voters):
Beau Bennett, Denver (2)
JT Brown, Minnesota-Duluth (2)
Zach Budish, Minnesota (2)
10 Other Players Received 1 Vote

Here is the list of everyone that took part in the blogger poll:
Timothy Boger, (North Dakota)
Donna, Runnin' With the Dogs (Minnesota-Duluth)
Summerzzzoff, CC Tiger Hockey (Colorado College)
Dirty, Dirty's Diatribe (North Dakota)
Nate, Gopher Puck Live (Minnesota)
Eric, Goon's World (North Dakota)
gmf1a, CC Tiger Hockey Forum (Colorado College)
Nicole, Cute Sports (Wisconsin)
Chuck, Bucky's 5th Quarter (Wisconsin)
Jeremy, Husky Hockey Time (St. Cloud State) 
Tim, Tech Hockey Guide (Michigan Tech)
Jon/Bridget, (Nebraska-Omaha)
Hammy, Gopher Hockey Blog (Minnesota)
Nate, SB Nation Minnesota/First Round Bust (Minnesota)
Ryan, Gopher Puck Live (Minnesota)
Chad, A Tradition of Excellence (North Dakota)
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