Sunday, October 24, 2021

Ken Schott’s ECAC Hockey Faceoff Selection 2021-22: Week 1

After a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the ECAC Hockey Faceoff selections are back.

Last year only four teams were playing and with schedules fluctuating due to the postponement, it was impossible to attempt the competition. But now that we’re back in anticipation of some normalcy, we’re ready to have some fun this season.

Last time we played in 2019-20, Matthew Ruffini won his second championship.

Here’s a look at those final standings.

Matthew Ruffini 160-51-30 350 Marks

Ryan Feu 156-55-30 342 points

andy weiss 156-56-29 341 points

rich large 152-59-30 334 Marks

Scotia Wines 153-58-30 336 points

GB-BE-ME 150-61-30 330 Marks

Harvey Kagano 149-62-30 328 points

David Trestic 147-64-30 324 points

Brian Unger 147-64-30 324 points

Kevin Sokolsky 146-65-30 322 points

Achilles 3-7-5 146-65-30 322 points

Josh Seguin 145-66-30 319 points

Jim Kelowney 144-67-30 318 points

Rowena Watson 143-68-30 316 points

togni 142-70-30 314 points

I 140-71-30 310 Marks

dutch crazy 139-72-30 308 Marks

union bob 133-78-30 296 points

towel68 129-83-29 287 Marks

Dan Dickinson 127-84-30 284 Marks

Richard Derrick 127-84-30 284 Marks

redliner36 126-85-30 282 points

john snyder 116-100-25 257 Marks

Christopher Chadwick 88-136-17 203 points

Few wrinkles this season.

Players will be able to change their choices if a game is postponed and rescheduled, especially if it pertains to a team dealing with COVID-19 issues. If a team loses a game, that game will not count for our purposes.

The shootout was introduced last year as a way to decide an ECACH game if the score was tied at the end of a 3-on-3 five-minute overtime period. For our purposes, games that go into a shootout will be declared a tie game for our purposes.

Time of my 1 week selection. There are 12 games to choose from between Friday and Saturday. Your picks must be in by 4:30 p.m. Friday. Email your choice [email protected].

Here are my favorites:


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No. 9 Quinnipiac vs. No. 6 Boston College in Icebreaker Quinnipiac 4, Boston College 3

Union in New Hampshire – UNH 3, UNION 2

Bowling Green at RPi — RPi 4, Bowling Green 1

Colgate in Vermont – Colgate 4, Vermont 3

St. Lawrence at Colorado College – St. Lawrence 5, Colorado College 3

No. 20 Clarkson in Alaska Fairbanks – Clarkson 7, Alaska Fairbanks 1


No. 9 Quinnipiac vs. No. 18 Northeastern in Icebreaker Quinnipiac 3, Northeast 2

Union in New Hampshire – Union 3, UNH 1

Bowling Green at RPi — RPi 3, Bowling Green 2

Colgate in Vermont – Colgate 3, Vermont 1

St. Lawrence at Colorado College – Colorado College 4, St. Lawrence 3

No. 20 Clarkson in Alaska Fairbanks – Clarkson 5, Alaska Fairbanks 4

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