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    2019 DI Mens Ice Hockey Championship

    We know for sure the field will be: 1. SCSU 2. Minnesota Duluth 3. Minnesota State 4.Massachusetts 5. Clarkson 6. Northeastern 7. Quinnipiac 8. Denver 9. Ohio State 10. AZ State 11. Cornell 12. Notre Dame 13. Harvard 14. Providence 15. Bowling Green 16. American International
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    2019 DI Mens Ice Hockey Championship

    Also surprised to see that. Good point about the travel plans. Sunday from 12-6 is some prime time stuff if you want to arrange plans.
  3. The selection show is tonight at 6 pm central on ESPN U.
  4. Cratter

    2019 WEST REGIONAL - SCHEEL'S ARENA

    Most likely Fargo regional: SCSU vs AIC Ohio State vs DU
  5. Cratter

    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    Still never had a NCHC regular season and frozen faceoff champ from the same team.
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    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    Best part of OT hockey is penalty free hockey.
  7. Cratter

    March Madness 2019

    Nice to see Crandall on the March Madness highlights during the NCHC championship break on CBS Sports.
  8. Cratter

    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    Back and forth hockey. SCSU close to ending the game multiple times.
  9. Cratter

    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    Back on. Should be exciting. Will SCSU make NCHC history?
  10. Cratter

    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    OT in St. Paul.
  11. Cratter

    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    They have a new non choking coach now.
  12. Cratter

    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    Still 1 -1. After 2.
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    2018-19 Non-UND College Hockey

    If St. Cloud wins this game, Basically has a bye the first game of the NCAA tournament and win only have to win one game to advance to the Frozen Four.
  14. Cratter

    COMMITTED Sioux Recruits

    Said recruit musta wanted to win college hockey games.
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