I'll work on that in the future. This is the link for Saturday's highlights but it seems have some technical difficulties at present.
Yeah the standings are slightly improved. The men didn't change positions but they're three points closer to Penn State (swept by Michigan) and three points farther ahead of Wisconsin (non-conference week). The women added three points to their cushion over Minnesota State which is never bad.
The men are ahead of Michigan State in the standings. Tonight's win keeps them in fourth but gives them 12 Big Ten points, stretching their lead on the Spartans and Badgers (6 each). The Bucks are six points back of third place Penn State (18), which was swept by Michigan this week. The Wolverines and Gophers (24 each) are tied at the top of the conference.
You're welcome. Minnesota definitely has a big weekend ahead. Great for the resume if they can get some wins but, yeah, tough competition.
I didn't have a real good view of Healey's hit but two games doesn't sound crazy. It probably would have been just the one without his having previously been suspended.
Martin's suspension seemed reasonable too. He'll actually end up missing three games because the extra Big Ten suspension only applies to regular games, not the exhibition Michigan played last week.
The surprise, I think, is that the B1G didn't come down any harder on Eddie Wittchow for a dangerous hit late in a game in which Wisconsin was no longer competitive.
It isn't just you. I've seen six or eight mentions, all pretty amped about him. I figured there must be more to him than the internet scouting but cannot figure out just what the "more" is.
P.S. Dang autocorrect. FYI for those who don't know, the gentleman's name is Vincent de Mey, not "de May."
Guys, what am I missing about Vincent de May? The Buckeye internet community is buzzing about his commitment but I can't find anything (at least online) to suggest significantly greater potential than either the late round NHL picks already on OSU's roster (Joshua, Nanne, Fidler, Tomkins) or a projected late round recruit like Tanner Laczynski who was also rated a "C" by Central Scouting. A good pick up, sure, but I'm confused about the sudden wave of excitement. Perhaps someone with eyewitness knowledge could explain?
Must be a little slow on the updates. It ought to say Michigan 5-1-2-1 and Ohio State 1-3-2-1.
Injured, unfortunately. Tomkins started both games this week.