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  • #31
    The UCHC announced their season will start on February 19th "provided that it is safe to conduct athletic activity at that time based on local, state and federal guidelines."
    Scott Henkle
    SUNY Plattsburgh Class of 2012

    Proud alumn of WQKE


    GO CARDS!!

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    • #32
      The MIAC will continue to move forward and work to complete a 8 team, single round robin schedule. Meaning, 7 games starting in mid/late January with weekly roster testing. St. Olaf and St. Kate's will not participate in the "conference schedule" and St. Olaf will not compete at all this winter season, while St. Kate's will try to schedule some games in March.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by Scott_TG View Post
        The UCHC announced their season will start on February 19th "provided that it is safe to conduct athletic activity at that time based on local, state and federal guidelines."
        Let's hope other conferences come to the same decision. Sounds like there are some rumblings around the NEHC but not sure if that's the conference changing their decision or just a handful of teams planning a schedule anyway.

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        • #34
          Looking like hockey will be returning to the NCHA

          STATEMENT FROM THE NCHA

          Northern Collegiate Hockey Association membership has endorsed a plan for a resumption of competition during the 2021 winter season.

          A conference schedule for the women's and men's divisions is being finalized and set to be made available to the public in early January, 2021.

          The NCHA is committed to doing its best to provide a quality student-athlete experience in a manner that is safe for student-athletes, coaches, administrators, campuses, and local communities.


          Hopefully nothing changes between now and then.

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          • #35
            interesting news:
            https://www.uscho.com/2021/01/12/nca...ermined-sites/

            Wonder how the NCAA will have teams qualify from conferences that have chosen not to play? I know the NEHC is shut down but a few schools like Castleton and Norwich are still planning some type of schedule, will the NCAA just convert the AQ spots to at large spots for this season?

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            • #36
              Originally posted by GTOWN View Post
              interesting news:
              https://www.uscho.com/2021/01/12/nca...ermined-sites/

              Wonder how the NCAA will have teams qualify from conferences that have chosen not to play? I know the NEHC is shut down but a few schools like Castleton and Norwich are still planning some type of schedule, will the NCAA just convert the AQ spots to at large spots for this season?
              My guess is along what you're saying: they award the AQs to the conferences that play and all other bids are Pool C
              Scott Henkle
              SUNY Plattsburgh Class of 2012

              Proud alumn of WQKE


              GO CARDS!!

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