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• Where is the USCHO office? Can I get a tour?
• How can I contact an individual at USCHO?
• I am interested in writing/working for USCHO. What do I do?
• I am interested in advertising on USCHO. Who should I contact?
• I have a favorite player. Can you send me pictures of him/her? Do you have additional information about him/her?
• I am looking for a job as a coach/referee/goal judge/etc… Can you help me?
• I found a mistake on your site. How can I get this corrected?
• One of the scores is wrong on the results pages. How do I let you know about it?
• When is the latest USCHO.com poll available?
• Who votes in the poll?
• Can you send me a media kit/media guide?
• Why aren’t there any game recaps for my favorite team?
• I read an article at USCHO several years ago. Can I get a copy of it?
A: USCHO’s staff is spread across the country, so there is no true “home office.”
A: Look for the Contact Us links on the bottom of the page, or click here.
A: USCHO is always looking for talented people, whether it be writers, designers or programmers. Contact the editor.
A: Advertising opportunities exist in all parts of the site. USCHO reaches tens of thousands of readers each day during the season. To reach this targeted audience, send a message to the Ad Sales staff.
A: Please contact the individual schools for that kind of information.
A: Those types of positions are filled by the schools or conferences. Please contact them.
A: Please alert us to any mistakes you find by sending a message to the editorial staff.
A: Contact the stats crew. We will try to get the error corrected as soon as possible. Please include your source of information.
A: The poll is generally released on Mondays during the season.
A: There are 50 voting members to the Division I men’s poll, comprised of coaches, scouts and media members. Each conference is represented in the pool of voters. The names of the voting members are kept confidential out of respect for the privacy of the voters.
A: USCHO is a news organization. It is not affiliated with any school and does not produce a media guide. Contact schools for information on obtaining their media guides.
A: USCHO strives to find arena reporters for every school, but some spots are unfilled. See our jobs page for information on becoming an arena reporter. If you know of a good story at your favorite school, contact the editorial staff.