Friday reading: Clarkson, predictions, lockout, Serratore, Nanooks
September 28, 2012 Leave a comment
The North Dakota beat writer picks CC to finish 10th in the WCHA. His season preview supplement is also available. Information how to get it without a Herald subscription is here. It costs $4 and it is definitely worth it. Brad Schlossman puts a lot of work into this every year.
The College Hockey News announced its preseason Top 10 with Minnesota No. 1.
This freshman could fill Minnesota’s hole at goalie if former CC backup Michael Shibrowski cannot.
Former Tiger Mark Stuart is optimistic the NHL lockout may end soon.
New Minnesota State Mankato coach Mike Hastings runs intense practices.
Air Force coach Frank Serratore hands out some sound advice to parents about whether their child should leave high school early for junior hockey.
Per Matthew Semisch via Twitter: Just confirmed that, despite Omaha radio reshuffle, Dave Ahlers and Terry Leahy will still be doing the UNO hockey broadcasts this season.
Minnesota is also picked to win the WCHA women’s title by its coaches.
There is a three-way battle for the starting goaltender job at Alaska-Fairbanks after years of stability. Here is the 2011-12 introduction video which was a departure from the previous years where CCHA opponents were blown up seemingly at random.
Here is the 2010-11 intro which includes the destruction of the CCHA opponents and the Earth as well. Please comment below which you prefer. Keep in mind both intros are played at ear-splitting volume levels.