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  • ccliff
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    Originally posted by LetsGoTech16 View Post
    Also St. Lawrence should be @ Lake Superior for two as part of the 4-year deal
    SLU went to the Sault in 21-22 and Clarkson went in 22-23. The Lakers went to the North Country last year for one game each. Not sure, but I think the Lakers will have to make another trip to even it up.

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  • LetsGoTech16
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    Also St. Lawrence should be @ Lake Superior for two as part of the 4-year deal

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  • brassbonanza
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    Originally posted by redwings8831 View Post

    Hmm the dates must've changed in the last couple months. The article below (seventh paragraph) has a link to the contract.

    https://www.michigandaily.com/sports...oming-seasons/
    It has, BU was originally supposed to go to UND the following week, but it was since moved back. No one knows when the UM series is here, but it's not that weekend.

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  • redwings8831
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    Originally posted by brassbonanza View Post

    Michigan is not a BU that weekend, that's the weekend BU is in North Dakota.
    Hmm the dates must've changed in the last couple months. The article below (seventh paragraph) has a link to the contract.

    https://www.michigandaily.com/sports...oming-seasons/

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  • brassbonanza
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    Originally posted by redwings8831 View Post
    Michigan is opening the season at home vs Minnesota State. October 5th/6th per the Minnesota State schedule release.

    So the non conference schedule is:

    Oct 5/6 vs Minnesota St.
    Oct 11/12 at Arizona St.
    Oct 18/19 vs St. Cloud St.
    Oct 25/26 at Boston University
    Home/Home with Western Michigan (mentioned in this thread)
    NTDP exhibition at home
    Michigan is not a BU that weekend, that's the weekend BU is in North Dakota.

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  • mbenecke
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    Bowling Green's non-conference:
    Sat 10/5 @ Mercyhurst
    Sun 10/6 @ Mercyhurst
    Fri 10/11 @ Western Michigan
    Sat 10/12 vs. Western Michigan
    Sat 10/19 @ RIT
    Fri 10/25 @ Ohio State
    Sat 10/26 vs. Ohio State
    Sun 12/29 vs. RIT
    Fri 1/24 vs. Augustana
    Sat 1/25 vs. Augustana

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  • redwings8831
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    Michigan is opening the season at home vs Minnesota State. October 5th/6th per the Minnesota State schedule release.

    So the non conference schedule is:

    Oct 5/6 vs Minnesota St.
    Oct 11/12 at Arizona St.
    Oct 18/19 vs St. Cloud St.
    Oct 25/26 at Boston University
    Home/Home with Western Michigan (mentioned in this thread)
    NTDP exhibition at home

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  • beaverhockeyfan
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    Bemidji State's nonconference

    October 5 at Minnesota-Duluth (season opener for both teams)
    October 11 at St. Cloud
    October 12 with St. Cloud
    November 8 and 9 at Augustana
    November 14 at Minnesota
    November 16 with Minnesota
    November 29 with North Dakota
    November 30 at North Dakota
    December 31 with Minnesota Duluth

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  • MarkH2919
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    Originally posted by Liveatjrl View Post
    Anyone have access to the entire article?

    uconn non-conf schedule is in here but I don't have access. I can only see 4 of the 10 games which is what we already know - the CT tourney and the holiday tournament.

    https://www.uconnhockeyhub.com/p/uco...e-schedule-set
    UConn's non-con schedule.

    * Colgate (2 at home)
    * Holy Cross (H/H)
    * Alaska Anchorage (H)
    * Harvard (TBD, most likely A)
    * CT Ice (Sacred Heart will host -- 2 games)
    * Holiday Tourney in Milwaukee -- 2 games)

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  • mbenecke
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    The CCHA schedule will be out on Tuesday, May 7, according to a press release announcing their TV deal with Midco.

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  • beaverhockeyfan
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    Bemidji State's based on other's schedules. The Beavers still have some games to fill as the CCHA plays a 24 game schedule. I would guess Augustana will be in there as they are a provisional member of the CCHA for one more season and their games are considered non-conference.

    October 5 at Minnesota-Duluth (season opener for both teams)
    October 11 at St. Cloud
    October 12 with St. Cloud
    November 29 with North Dakota
    November 30 at North Dakota
    December 31 with Minnesota Duluth

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  • bruinsfan11
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    I don’t but quick rabbit hole tells me Colgate x2 is probable and at Ohio State is likely.

    (Holy Cross and LIU were home and homes the past two years and Union should be complete based on 23 and 24)

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  • Liveatjrl
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    Anyone have access to the entire article?

    uconn non-conf schedule is in here but I don't have access. I can only see 4 of the 10 games which is what we already know - the CT tourney and the holiday tournament.

    https://www.uconnhockeyhub.com/p/uco...e-schedule-set

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  • Liveatjrl
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    Half of QU's schedule - will host UNH for (2), at Maine for (2), and the CT tourney (2).

    SCS released non-conference portion.

    https://scsuhuskies.com/sports/mens-ice-hockey/schedule

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  • Russell Jaslow
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    Originally posted by mar7967 View Post

    If I understand the manual correctly, they can count one as an exhibition and one as exempt for playing a national team. You couldn't do two exhibitions against a canadian school, for example, and still play 34 regular season games against NCAA teams, per 17.14.5 of the NCAA manual, here: https://www.ncaapublications.com/pro...loads/D124.pdf

    (but, i could be interpreting wrong...)
    I believe you are correct in your interpretation.

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