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College Hockey:
USCHO Announces
Women’s Game of the Week
Postseason Schedule

USCHO is pleased to announce the addition of 10 postseason broadcasts to its Women’s Game of the Week package.

The action kicks off the weekend of March 5-6 with the WCHA Championships live from Minneapolis. The following weekend, the Game of the Week will be in Boston for the Hockey East Championships on March 12-13.

For the newly expanded eight-team NCAA tournament, the Game of the Week will be broadcasting one quarterfinal matchup to be announced on March 19 or March 20. The inaugural season of the Game of the Week will come to a close at the 2005 Frozen Four in Durham, N.H. on March 25 and March 27.

The scheduled guest analysts for March include Winny Brodt, a former assistant captain of Minnesota and the MVP for New Hampshire in 1998′s inaugural national college championship; Colleen Coyne, a former UNH captain, All-ECAC defenseman and 1998 Olympic gold medalist; and A.J. Mleczko, a former Harvard captain, a 1998 Olympic gold medalist, and the 1999 Patty Kazmaier winner.

All broadcasts will be accessible through the USCHO women’s page, www.uscho.com/women

2004-05 USCHO Women’s Game of the Week Schedule

All times are EST.

Sat., March 5 WCHA Semifinal #1 5 p.m.
Sat., March 5 WCHA Semifinal #2 8 p.m.
Sun., March 6 WCHA Championship 5 p.m.
Guest Analyst: Winny Brodt (Minnesota ’03)

Sat., March 12 Hockey East Semifinal #1 12 p.m.
Sat., March 12 Hockey East Semifinal #2 3 p.m.
Sun., March 13 Hockey East Championship 1 p.m.
Guest Analyst: Colleen Coyne (New Hampshire ’93)

TBA, March 19-20 NCAA Quarterfinal TBA
Guest Analyst: TBA

Fri., March 25 NCAA Semifinal #1 5 p.m.
Fri., March 25 NCAA Semifinal #2 8 p.m.
Sun., March 27 NCAA Championship 4 p.m.
Guest Analyst: A.J. Mleczko (Harvard ’99)

*Schedule and analysts subject to change.


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