For the record NU has St. Cloud coming soon, in another BC scheduling partnership like the Minnesota one. So thats one very top team on deck for the next 3 years. Quinnipiac is being replaced by another ECAC team with recent success. The RIT, SHU, AIC, and Bentley contracts of the world need to be reduced for sure, but we just started quite a few of them and I suspect we were caught off guard when the non-conference schedule was reduced and we had to suddenly fit them all in, an unfortunate overreaction to the years when the conference schedule suddenly reduced and we had to play non-conference games against Vermont and UMass. Hopefully we can pay our way out of some of the more silly return dates (we apparently agreed to play 2 at SHU which is absurd) or at least delay some things until Holy Cross inevitably joins Hockey East and we pick up 2 open games again.
Last edited by TheRevengeance; 03-26-2018 at 05:17 PM.
Their women's team is already in Hockey East and Quinnipiac isn't walking through that door. It's just a matter of time imo.
oh well.. we gotta worry about nu hockey.
Why mention BC and BU when PC is the only Hockey East school to make it five straight years to the NCAA tourney?
Adam Gaudette leaves behind arguably the greatest legacy in NU Hockey history. My piece on Gaudette signing his ELC
GO NU HOCKEY
Always bullish on the future.
We don't always win Hockey East or the Beanpot.. but when we do.. we are the Champions
Trevor Owens gets an AHL deal with Montreal's AHL team
That incident is way up near the bottom of my NU Hockey nightmares, along with a few Beanpot OTs, a Merrimack playoff game and, of course, the loss to Cornell in '09. The loss to Michigan was a day at the beach by comparison!
I have to stop. I have given myself a migraine, and I feel kind of queasy
..er, take it outside guys..
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