Tuesday reading: DU-UND rivalry, CHI shakeup, more BU legal troubles

The Post looks at the Denver-North Dakota rivalry, which resumes this weekend. George Gwozdecky and the lacrosse coach were interviewed (video) by CBS 4 in Denver about their sports. Here’s a feature on goalie Sam Brittain.

Here’s a Minnesota update and a good look at all the league playoff races. The INCH First Shift is always an interesting read, especially with BC coach Jerry York notching win No. 900 over the weekend.

Otherwise, there’s not a lot of happy news to pass on so far this Tuesday.

USCHO is reporting that Paul Kelly, former head of College Hockey Inc., was told to resign or be fired. He resigned, accordign to an announcement released on Monday. The sources cited did not include Paul Kelly, so take it all with a grain of salt. Here’s some reaction to the news from Bruce Ciskie and the Western College Hockey Blog.

USCHO has lined up the Union and North Dakota beat writers for its weekly internet podcast at 6 p.m. Mountain. Think DU or Paul Kelly will come up?

Boston University’s legal troubles continue to mount with more rape charges filed.