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Robert Morris coach Derek Schooley joins us on Oct. 30 USCHO Live!

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Robert Morris head coach Derek Schooley is our guest on the Oct. 30 edition of USCHO Live! The Colonials host Bentley on Nov. 2 and 3 and it will be Cancer Awareness Weekend, with funds being raised for former player Chris Kushneriuk, who is battling cancer. Robert Morris is also the host institution for the 2013 Frozen Four.

Join us for the conversation and information, Tuesday, Oct. 30, from 8 to 9 p.m. ET at blogtalkradio.com/uscholive. If you can’t listen live, check out the podcast of USCHO Live! available on the player at the right (click through if you’re reading this via RSS.)

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Each episode of USCHO Live! features a look at news around NCAA hockey, a look ahead at upcoming games and events, and conversation with people who coach, administer and play college hockey, and journalists who cover the sport.

About the hosts

Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes “Tuesday Morning Quarterback.” Jim is the winner of the 2012 Joe Concannon award.

Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception — serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and now as RIT’s play-by-play voice for the last several seasons. Ed is based in Rochester, N.Y.

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  • Teem0

    As a BU season ticket holder, I can tell you that two other aspects were missing from the Terrier team – solid goalkeeping and crisp passing. For the second straight game, Millan gave up two tallies in the game’s first minutes (tonight on a power play and the second on a long, clear-viewed slapshot) and less than three minutes in, the Terriers were in a deep hole, much like the Brown game last week. And BU’s passing, especially in their own zone, was suspect as well, leading to several turnovers, more than one of which turned into BC goals. If nothing else, the game was a serious wake-up call to the Terriers that they are not playing the way a number-2 nationally ranked team should be playing. Tomorrow’s game at Conte Arena will show if the Terriers are able to bounce back (like they did against UNH) or were they simply overrated in the polls.

    • BUTerriers17

      The second goal was deflected over his shoulder. Nothing he could have done since the shot was hard and changed direction on him.

  • rowdyfan1

    Hit the nail right on the head, Jim. Fifteen power plays for BU, twenty-three total. Sure, BC’s onslaught was about the only thing impressive about that game but it sure reminded me of a HE game from the mid 1990′s as a Lowell student than was a 2010 HE game is usually.

  • Anonymous

    “No one expected either team, let along the visitors to jump out to a 3–0 lead through one and a 6–1 lead through two.”

    Actually I thought either BU would squeak out a win or BC would win in a blow out. Unfortunately, I was right.

    “And certainly no one expected most of the capacity crowd of 6,150 at BU’s Agganis Arena to be heading for the exits long before the closing buzzer.”

    I was there and I didn’t see “most” of the crowd gone long before the buzzer. Yes, many people left but there was a sizeable crowd there at the end.

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