Oct. 18 debut features Jerry York, columnist John Powers

We hope you’ll join us this Tuesday, Oct. 18, at 8 p.m. ET as we debut our week talk show, USCHO Live!

Each week will feature a look at the top stories of the week and weekend, a look ahead at upcoming games and breaking news, and guests from college hockey’s coach, player and journalism ranks.

This week, we’ll be joined by Boston College coach Jerry York for a look at his team’s upcoming season and his thoughts on the college hockey landscape. He’ll be followed by Boston Globe columnist John Powers, who has been covering college hockey conference realignment, including this recent in-depth article.

As time permits, we’ll take your calls at (646) 200-4305, live between 8 and 9 p.m. ET, as well as taking your comments via Twitter (@uscho) and email at [email protected]. If you can’t listen live, please check out the podcast of the program.

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  1. While the newly-formed Big Ten hockey conference should be interesting to watch, I think the most interest will be for the newly-formed NCHC–8 solid teams. I’m glad to see Alabama-Huntsville joining a conference. I just hope they beefed-up their travel budget.


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