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USCHO Announces 2005-06 Women’s Game of the Week Schedule

Beginning this October, USCHO will present the second season of the Women’s Game of the Week, the only weekly national Internet broadcast for women’s hockey. Fans can access the live game feeds through the broadcast schedule linked from the USCHO women’s page.

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For the 2005-06 season, the broadcast schedule has been expanded to include 28 regular-season games. The schedule features 18 Division I and seven Division III programs, including two-time defending NCAA champions Minnesota and Middlebury, as well as 2005 Frozen Four participants Harvard, St. Lawrence and Dartmouth. The postseason broadcast schedule will include the Hockey East and WCHA Championships, the NCAA Quarterfinals, and the 2006 Women’s Frozen Four.

The Game of the Week is once again proud to offer another star-studded lineup of guest color analysts drawn from the ranks of the sport’s alumni. The list of former college standouts expected to participate includes former Patty Kazmaier Award winners A.J. Mleczko (Harvard ’99) and Ali Brewer (Brown ’00), Division III’s all-time leading scorer Michelle Labbe (Middlebury ’01), and former U.S. Olympians Karyn Bye-Dietz (New Hampshire ’93), Colleen Coyne (New Hampshire ’93), and Sara DeCosta-Hayes (Providence ’00).

Brian Schulz will continue to handle the play-by-play. Schulz called men’s and women’s hockey games for Harvard University from 1999-2001, and also broadcast the 2001 and 2004 World Women’s Hockey Championships.

2005-06 USCHO Women’s Game of the Week Schedule

(all times EST)

Saturday, October 8, St. Lawrence at Minnesota, 8:00PM
Sunday, October 9, Minnesota-Duluth at Wisconsin, 3:00PM
Saturday, October 15, Providence at Connecticut, 2:00PM
Saturday, October 22, Minnesota at Mercyhurst, 3:00PM
Saturday, October 29, Minnesota-State at Ohio State, 4:00PM
Sunday, October 30, New Hampshire at Brown, 2:00PM
Saturday, November 5, Princeton at Harvard, 4:00PM
Saturday, November 12, St. Lawrence at Dartmouth, 2:00PM
Saturday, November 19, Plattsburgh vs. Williams, 4:00PM
Saturday, November 19, Elmira at Middlebury, 7:00PM
Friday, November 25, Mercyhurst at Princeton, 7:00PM
Saturday, November 26, Niagara vs. Yale, 4:00PM
Sunday, November 27, Wisconsin vs. New Hampshire, 1:00PM
Saturday, December 3, Colgate at Princeton, 4:00PM
Saturday, December 4, Providence at Boston College, 2:00PM
Friday, December 9, New Hampshire at Harvard, 7:00PM
Saturday, December 10, Dartmouth at Providence, 2:00PM

Sunday, January 8, Mercyhurst at Providence, 1:00PM
Saturday, January 14, Connecticut at Dartmouth, 1:00PM
Saturday, January 21, Minnesota at Minnesota-Duluth, 8:00PM
Saturday, January 28, Middlebury at Bowdoin, 3:00PM
Saturday, February 4, Yale at Harvard, 4:00PM
Saturday, February 11, Minnesota at Wisconsin, 8:00PM
Sunday, February 12, RIT at Manhattanville, 2:00PM
Saturday, February 18, St. Lawrence at Yale, 4:00PM
Sunday, February 19, Connecticut at New Hampshire, 2:00PM
Friday, February 24, Brown at Princeton, 7:00PM
Saturday, February 25, Wisconsin at Ohio State, 4:00PM
Saturday-Sunday, March 4-5, Hockey East Championships
Saturday-Sunday, March 11-12, WCHA Championships
Friday-Sunday, March 17-19, NCAA Quarterfinals
Friday-Sunday, March 24-26, NCAA Frozen Four

2005-06 Game of the Week Guest Analysts

A.J. Mleczko (Harvard ’99)
Ali Brewer (Brown ’00)
Angie Francisco (Harvard ’01)
April Stojak (Ohio State ’03)
C.J. Ireland (Mercyhurst ’03)
Colleen Coyne (New Hampshire ’93)
Elliot Olshansky (CSTV.com Rink Rat)
Eric Adelson (ESPN the Magazine)
Karyn Bye-Dietz (New Hampshire ’93)
Katherine Issel (Princeton ’95)
Kristen Thomas (New Hampshire ’04)
Meghan Maguire (St. Lawrence ’02)
Michelle Labbe (Middlebury ’01)
Mollie Marcoux (Princeton ’92)
Nicole Corriero (Harvard ’05)
Sara DeCosta-Hayes (Providence ’00)
Sarah Hood-Fraser (Dartmouth ’98)
Sylvia Ryan (Middlebury ’00)
Wendy Soutsos Holden (Dartmouth ’99)
Winny Brodt (Minnesota ’03)

*Schedule and analysts subject to change


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