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  • NCAA announced Frozen Four sites through 2026.

    2022 - Boston, TD Garden

    2023 - Tampa, Amalie Arena (host Wisconsin)

    2024 - St. Paul, Xcel Energy Center (host Minnesota)

    2025 - St. Louis, Enterprise Center (host Vermont)

    2026 - Las Vegas, T-Mobile Arena (host North Dakota)

    For regional locations, link is here:
    https://www.uscho.com/2020/10/14/nca...s-tournaments/

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    • Sheldon Rempal signed a 1-year, $700,000 deal with the Carolina Hurricanes.

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      • Read that 6 Yale hockey players tested positive for covid, so Yale shut down athletics until Oct 21 at earliest, according to USCHO.com. I wonder what the fitness levels and lost practice time will look like around the league. Here at Dartmouth, they've been testing students and employees about once a week. It's a pretty tight system and seems to be working so far(along with our geographic isolation).
        TCS '96, CU '00

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        • In the USCHO preseason national poll, Cornell lands at #6, Clarkson lands at #8 and QU at #13. Harvard, RPI and Brown all receiving votes.

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          • Men's Hockey was the big winner on CUGive Campaign. Spend it wisely.

            Team Donors $ Raised Goal (Donors) % Avg Donation
            Men's Hockey 274 $50,510 166 165.1 $184.34
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            Fan of the 2014 , 2017 & 2018 NC$$ Women's Div I Hockey National Champions http://letsgotech.com/roundtable/cor...om/lgtanim.gif
            If Union can do it, why can't CCT http://letsgotech.com/roundtable/cor...om/lgtanim.gif

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            • Announced today the men's team is playing a home and home with Niagara.
              https://purpleeagles.com/sports/mens...ockey/schedule


              Updates spreadsheet with current schedule.
              https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...L5M/edit#gid=0
              Last edited by LetsGoTech16; 11-07-2020, 09:38 PM.

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              • Full non-conference schedule is up on website.
                https://clarksonathletics.com/sports...ockey/schedule


                Updated spreadsheet with current schedule.
                https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...L5M/edit#gid=0

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                • Am I missing something or are there no games in Jan Feb or March prior to the playoffs.

                  Also the google spreadsheet does not agree with the Tech website.

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                  • Originally posted by Bill'70 View Post
                    Am I missing something or are there no games in Jan Feb or March prior to the playoffs.

                    Also the google spreadsheet does not agree with the Tech website.
                    The schedule released is only the non-conference portion.. the gap would traditionally be the ECAC schedule.

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                    • According to Bucci and CHN Twitter, the Ivy League will announce the cancellation of all winter sports tonight at 6:30pm.

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                      • Ivy League has now cancelled sports for winter, including ice hockey.
                        https://www.wmur.com/article/ivy-lea...march/34662502
                        "With the announcement on Thursday that there will be no Ivy League sports until after February, it means no Dartmouth teams will have been in action for nearly one full year.

                        The sports for Dartmouth are basketball, squash, indoor track and field and skiing. The cancellation also includes college hockey.

                        As part of the announcement, no spring teams will start their seasons until at least March."
                        TCS '96, CU '00

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                        • Unfortunately, we are now down to a 6 team league and with the non-conference schedule full of league opponents and AHA opponents, the season is going to be quite redundant and our ability to get PWR points is going to be difficult. I would imagine the only way we might get a bid is to win the ECAC league championship.

                          The only good thing about the Ivies dropping out is that it probably makes for an easier league schedule travel-wise. Each team could play 4 games against the other, playing 2 in a weekend at the same arena. This format would produce a 20 game league schedule over 10 weekends and with only 6 teams qualifying for the playoffs, the playoffs can start a week later, leaving some wiggle room if a particular team or teams get quarantined.

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                          • Originally posted by Bill'70 View Post
                            Am I missing something or are there no games in Jan Feb or March prior to the playoffs.

                            Also the google spreadsheet does not agree with the Tech website.
                            Fixed the spreadsheet.
                            https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...3EY/edit#gid=0
                            Last edited by LetsGoTech16; 11-13-2020, 01:35 PM.

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                            • FireKnight, will be surprised if the season in general survives to get as far as the playoffs. I have a feeling the covid situation is going to continue to worsen. If I remember correctly, when the Ivy League cancelled the Spring and Fall seasons, other leagues then followed.
                              TCS '96, CU '00

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                              • Originally posted by petal View Post
                                FireKnight, will be surprised if the season in general survives to get as far as the playoffs. I have a feeling the covid situation is going to continue to worsen. If I remember correctly, when the Ivy League cancelled the Spring and Fall seasons, other leagues then followed.
                                You may be right but now there's also evidence of the success the NC$$ has had with running a football season. Although there have been some cases, the infection rate among college football participants and staff is less than 0.05%, far better than any state in the union right now. Of course, there's a ton of $$ in college football, so they have more resources to run a season.

                                The biggest hurdle right now is New York's restrictions, which you'll notice are probably part of the reason that our entire non-league schedule is against teams from NY or in contiguous states. All of our remaining league teams are in NY or a contiguous state, so that will probably not be an issue (although they have allowed Syracuse to travel long distances for football games). As the numbers continue to go up, it may indeed be the governor that cancels our season, not the league. I don't know what the future holds but the ECAC seems committed to running a season.

                                One thing I'm not too awful excited about is that the NC$$ has not yet started selling tickets for the Frozen Four or the regionals. I would generally already have my tickets by now for the FF but they haven't even started to move toward selling them.

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