Nov. 1 edition of USCHO Live! to feature Paul Kelly of College Hockey Inc.

Paul Kelly

On the next edition of USCHO Live! — our weekly college hockey talk show — we’ll be joined by Paul Kelly, executive director of College Hockey Inc., to discuss the landscape of college hockey and his organization’s role in promoting the sport.

Join us for the conversation and information, Tuesday, Nov. 1, from 8 to 9 p.m. ET. 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.)

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 and play college hockey and journalists who cover the sport. Your calls are welcome at (646) 200-4305, as well as questions via Twitter at @USCHO or via email to [email protected].

About the hosts

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

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.


  1. Agreed. I see BC taking the game tonight, despite the history. It will be interesting to see who ends up on top of the Big 10 this year. It seems the consensus is Minnesota or Wisconsin. Both teams have solid goaltending and both teams may struggle to score. Both also have a solid defense, but Minnesota’s defense can be prone to lapses, where the system that Wisconsin runs is very defense oriented. It will likely come down to which team can score more consistently. Minnesota may have more scorers in their lineup, but many remain unproven. It should be interesting.


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