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USCHO Live: Frozen Four Saturday 2011

uscholive 150x150 USCHO Live: Frozen Four Saturday 2011Catch a rewind of the Saturday, April 9, 2011 broadcast of USCHO Live from the Frozen Four 2011 in St. Paul, Minnesota. Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger were joined by Lansing State Journal writer Neil Koepke, USCHO.com writers Paula Weston and Todd Milewski, WCHA commissioner Bruce McLeod, and CBS Sports Network analyst and USCHO.com columnist Dave Starman.

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  • bombsaway

    Something else for the Sioux fans to whine about.

  • Yooper

    Indeed NMU hasn’t scored much so far with Vijier, Gron, and Florek leading the way.
    However, when your strength of schedule has been the toughest in the nation, you probably won’t score much anyway.  NMU has a history of being outshot 40-20 and winning the game late 2-1 etc.  Please note that Notre Dame has had an intense
    schedule as well and their third best scorer only has 5.  There is clearly much more to winning hockey than goal scoring.  I don’t see NMUs 6 CCHA home games and 8 CCHA road games  as a significant hindrance during the rest of the season.  They did get soundly beaten at OSU but their other road games (WMU and LSSU) were
    close contests.  Watch out for Reed Sekel… he’s better than the stats show.

  • 81GRRBRONCO

    Dick….Might want to work on those typing skills if it took you 2 minutes to “Post” your meaningless comment.

  • Siouxbetcha

    That’s probably the most ignorant comment I’ve heard. Do you really think the Sioux need to “rely” on Robert Morris. The Sioux are in the DANCE and will have plenty of oportunities to improve their already stout TUC record . Seedings only matter to teams who are host institutions or those near one. The Sioux fans will follow their team over seas if thats where the game is played. I think any true fan can understand the parody involved in the tourney and that all 16 teams are contenders. Whether your the 1 seed or 16, there will be no easy wins. The Sioux will make their own luck.

    As for the PWR, the only thing stupid about it is that H2H wins aren’t considered as a TUC win in that comparison. All TUC games should be counted in all comparisons.

  • Anonymous

    I don’t pay that much attention to the CCHA. I now considered myself briefed.