It was a big weekend in women’s Division I college hockey.
Conference tournaments are in full swing, meaning teams are already having their seasons ended.
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We are almost to the end of this season and we are limping to the finish line as more games have been taken off the books.
With all the cancellations this year conferences have had to make up ways to determine seeding order. Some conferences are getting some odd results.
Two weeks remaining in the regular season. Plenty of exciting games to be played.
The lack of games outside the conference has created some repetitive matchups but it does give us a better sense of where teams fall in their conferences.
This week like this season was all over the place. We know the basic outline of the tiers but no one agrees where they fit into them.
A couple of teams made statements this week, not all of them for the better.
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As we enter the new year we still can't sort out the different tiers and teams are having trouble finding their identity.
We got a few more games in this weekend and a couple more will be coming up but this season just sees more and more games not get played.
We all knew this season was going to be a weird one and it is living up to expectations.
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As results are slowly added to the standings, more and more games are getting postponed and cancelled.
The season is somewhat underway, as most teams have either cancelled their season, had it postponed, or just haven’t been able to get an opponent on their schedule yet. It could be weeks before every team that wants to play will have played a game.
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