>Blasi A Finalist for Penrose Award
>Some good news today as RedHawks Head Coach Enrico Blasi has been named a finalist for the Spencer Penrose Award, which is awarded each year to the best coach in Division I hockey. You may remember that Rico is a past winner of the award, taking the honors in 2006. Other notable finalists include Dallas Ferguson (Alaska), Tom Serratore (Bemidji State), Jack Parker (Boston University), and Kevin Sneddon (Vermont).
– INCH has been having a bit of fun lately with Haiku poetry. As they do each year, they’ve written a Haiku for each team selected fot the NCAA tourney. Here’s what they’ve come up with for Miami:
is nation’s best, lets teammates
feel shame and get free
They also have past tourney Hawk Haiku’s:
Now more than ever,
“Talent” in Oxford is found
on ice and in stands.
Hope co-eds will follow
RedHawk fans will make Worcester
easy on the eyes
Can’t spell Oxford without “O”
Zero tourney wins
Certainly the program has come a long way since 2004. Here’s hoping next year’s Haiku reads a little something like…
Music to their ears
The RedHawks look to repeat
– Finally tonight, a HUGE thank you to a few blog readers out there. With their help, I’ll be on my way to Washington, D.C. next week to the Frozen Four. I couldn’t have done it with out them. Thank you for reading. I’m forever grateful.
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