It has beautiful here in upstate NY this weekend so a lot of my NCAA path to the Frozen Four has been clips at the end of the night. None the less, as I am watching the first weekend of the NCAA Division 1 Hockey Tournament, I am impressed by the number four seeds in… Continue reading Holy Hockey, Batman!
My daughter and I, after watching both Clarkson and Michigan play on Friday, were sure this game was going to be a slaughter. We figured that Michigan would easily beat Clarkson, possibly by enough early on that we could get an early start on the drive to East Syracuse. Like the shock that most Michigan… Continue reading Clarkson versus Michigan
If there is to be a Cinderella in a hockey tournament, it would be Niagara. Of the 16 teams playing in the NCAA tournament this year, Niagara is seeded 15th. They are up against the number one team in their region, a team that had only five losses all season and 32 victories. Pretty daunting!… Continue reading Niagara versus Michigan
Lei and I wound, literally, our way through the will call line to get our tickets. There was a slight problem as they had been purchased using Ed’s credit card but he was not there so we had a copy of it. He had spoken to the ticket company and they had said this would… Continue reading Clarkson versus St Cloud State
The day started out a bit slow. Elise and I couldn’t leave home until the two school-aged boys had gotten on the bus. Of course, due to the lovely spring weather in Binghamton, they had a two hour school delay. It was rather icy out from the look out all windows in the house and… Continue reading Road Trip Day One
Last Friday and Saturday brought the first road trip of the 2008 year. My 20 year old daughter attends Niagara University. While university is on break, winter sports continue with little break. Some students don’t even get home for the holiday due to distance. She is a huge hockey fan, as am I, so we… Continue reading Road Trip #1 for 2008