Wednesday reading: Denver-CC rebroadcast with video, rule changes, Lucia, Sioux nickname, Lagrone, Testwuide, Calder Cup broadcasts

A replay of CC’s overtime win over Denver (ended by Alexander Krushelnyski penalty shot goal) from early December will be broadcast at 11:30 a.m. Mountain on Sunday, June 17 on the CBS Sports Network.

Here’s the video of Krusher’s game-winner.

Here is a detailed look at the rule changes under consideration by the NCAA this week.

Minnesota coach Don Lucia hopes to have a repeat of the 2011-12 season.

North Dakota coaches spoke in favor of Measure 4 in the state’s June 12 ballot issue. They argue that it will hurt the university to retain the Sioux nickname. Here is another article on the press conferences being held around the state on Tuesday and Wednesday.

2013 CC commit Duggie Lagrone of the Des Moines Buccaneers was nominated for the USHL Scholar-Athlete Award.

Former Tiger Mike Testwuide continues to be a solid AHL player, according to Hockey’s Future, but has yet to make his NHL debut. I prediction it will happen this coming season. Here is a look at his prospects.

The Calder Cup Finals will be televised on CBS Sports Network. Note: Times listed in linked blog item are Eastern.

The Union coach received a contract extension.

A longtime Duluth hockey supporter passed away. A former Clarkson defenseman died in an accident in Switzerland. My condolences to both families.

All Final Five games on TV

All WCHA Final Five tournament games will be broadcast by FS North and ROOT Sports Rocky Mountain.

Games for Thursday, March 15: (6) Michigan Tech vs (3) Denver (NC), 2:07 pm CT (TV-FOX Sports North, ROOT); (5) St. Cloud State vs (4) North Dakota (NC), 7:07 pm CT (TV-FOX Sports North, ROOT).

Games for Friday, March 16: Michigan Tech/Denver vs (2) Minnesota Duluth (NC), 2:07 pm CT (TV-FOX Sports North, ROOT); St. Cloud State/North Dakota vs (1) Minnesota (NC), 7:07 pm CT (TV – FOX Sports North, ROOT).

Games for Saturday, March 17: Broadmoor Trophy Championship Game, 7:07 pm CT (TV – FOX Sports North, ROOT).