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du78
01-09-2012, 09:50 AM
NCAA Hockey is back on theScore! Starting January 14th catch over 10 games throughout the year, including the WCHA Championships live, only on theScore!

(All games at 5pm except where noted)

Saturday, January 14
Minnesota at North Dakota

Saturday, January 21
Colorado College at Minnesota

Saturday, January 28
Wisconsin at North Dakota

Saturday, February 11
Minnesota at Denver

Saturday, February 18
Denver at Wisconsin

Saturday, February 25
Minnesota at Nebraska-Omaha

Saturday, March 3
Mankato State at North Dakota

Saturday, March 10
North Dakota-TBA (1st round WCHA playoff)

Saturday, March 17
WCHA Semi-Final

Saturday, March 17 LIVE at 8pm
WCHA Championship Game

du78
01-11-2012, 09:47 AM
Update: theScore has signed a multi-year deal with Fox International Sports to televise NCAA football, basketball and hockey. With DU, UND, Minnesota and Wisconsin all having contracts with FOX related networks, their televised games will be seen throughout Canada on theScore.

http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/thescore-and-fox-international-sports-channels-sign-multi-year-collegiate-programming-agreement-136934963.html

JF_Gophers
01-11-2012, 09:49 AM
No surprise a DU fan would be posting something about Canada. They love their Canadians in Denver! ;) :D

darker98
01-11-2012, 11:46 AM
No surprise a DU fan would be posting something about Canada. They love their Canadians in Denver! ;) :D
Minneapolis loves Canadians too. You just don't let them play hockey. ;)

goldy_331
01-11-2012, 11:50 AM
Minneapolis loves Canadians too. You just don't let them play hockey. ;)

We love their money they come and spend at our malls. We tolerate them for that reason. ;)

FlagDUDE08
01-11-2012, 12:10 PM
We love their money they come and spend at our malls. We tolerate them for that reason. ;)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=sJspfYa3rcw#t=93s

Vulcanized Rubber
01-12-2012, 02:02 PM
We already get plenty US college games every weekend on Canadian TV. The Leaf Network has them, Big 10 Network and NHL Network and another US one I am not sure of (acronym of letters). There were about 4 games this past weekend. This year I have seen BU, BC, Maine, Lake Superior State, Minnesota, Denver, Vermont, Michigan, Michigan State, Western Michigan, Ferris State and Notre Dame.

In addition I go to games at Clarkson and SLU once a year. So I know quite a bit about college hockey.....now how many of you experts ever see a CHL game?

willythekid
01-12-2012, 02:10 PM
We already get plenty US college games every weekend on Canadian TV. The Leaf Network has them, Big 10 Network and NHL Network and another US one I am not sure of (acronym of letters). There were about 4 games this past weekend. This year I have seen BU, BC, Maine, Lake Superior State, Minnesota, Denver, Vermont, Michigan, Michigan State, Western Michigan, Ferris State and Notre Dame.

In addition I go to games at Clarkson and SLU once a year. So I know quite a bit about college hockey.....now how many of you experts ever see a CHL game?

no one cares about you... as a canadian you would think you would realize this by now.

Vulcanized Rubber
01-12-2012, 02:15 PM
no one cares about you... as a canadian you would think you would realize this by now.

Obviously you cared enough to replay....You know that's priceless considering you are from FARGO!. My god Winnipeg...no wait Saskatoon! must seem exciting to you.

MUhawks628
01-12-2012, 02:22 PM
Obviously you cared enough to replay....You know that's priceless considering you are from FARGO!. My god Winnipeg...no wait Saskatoon! must seem exciting to you.

I find your use of punctuation fascinating.

Vulcanized Rubber
01-12-2012, 02:43 PM
I find your use of punctuation fascinating.

Hahaha....lucky to be you, to be fascinated by things so inconsequential....your days must be filled with wonder. Like being two again.

Why all the smart mouth? I was informing those here that in Canada there is lots on NCAA hockey on the tube.

Biddco
01-12-2012, 04:20 PM
In addition I go to games at Clarkson and SLU once a year. So I know quite a bit about college hockey.....now how many of you experts ever see a CHL game?Why watch hockey with all the dumb hockey players? :D

Seriously though I have never seen a CHL game on tv.

Dirty
01-12-2012, 04:31 PM
Why all the smart mouth? I was informing those here that in Canada there is lots on NCAA hockey on the tube.

Because you were obviously being a smart mouth yourself with your snide "now how many of you experts ever see a CHL game?". I know you're a Maple Syrup Sucker, but you should at least try to remember what you said 40 minutes previously.

Vulcanized Rubber
01-12-2012, 09:24 PM
Because you were obviously being a smart mouth yourself with your snide "now how many of you experts ever see a CHL game?". I know you're a Maple Syrup Sucker, but you should at least try to remember what you said 40 minutes previously.

Ahhh my old friend Dirt. I can find hundreds of posts on this website spouting ignorant comments about the CHL from guys like you. I was pointing out that I watch as many as 4 college games a week and have for years.....Therefore whatever I say about college vs CHL is very credible and you could learn something from me:)

Dirty
01-12-2012, 09:30 PM
Well that is just super and I'm sure your mom is proud of you, but it is irrelevant. You asked why people responded with smart mouth comments in this thread and I answered. The number of games you watch is not relevant.

manurespreader
01-12-2012, 09:31 PM
I go see the ohl occasionally and I get cbc, but there is never anything but the nhl/ Don Cherry on it.

Vulcanized Rubber
01-12-2012, 09:31 PM
Why watch hockey with all the dumb hockey players? :D

Seriously though I have never seen a CHL game on tv.

If you are a hockey fan then you should because it is probably the second most important league in the world....but I am a fan of hockey...any hockey that is why I follow Minnesota high school, the NCAA, KHL etc.. I find the different style and approach each brngs to the game very interesting.

Vulcanized Rubber
01-12-2012, 09:37 PM
I go see the ohl occasionally and I get cbc, but there is never anything but the nhl/ Don Cherry on it.

You will not find the CHL on CBC. CHL games are broadcast on Rogers Sportnet game of the week and on local cable channels. I can watch every local Kingston Frontenac game on high def but I probably get more NCAA games in total than CHL games.