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  • 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

    The 2019-20 WCHA Men's Composite Schedule is supposed to be released this morning. We will finally know for sure who all the non-conference opponents are.
    Millsy

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    Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

    Originally posted by Millsy View Post
    The 2019-20 WCHA Men's Composite Schedule is supposed to be released this morning. We will finally know for sure who all the non-conference opponents are.
    I'm hoping to add some new teams that I haven't seen play before to add to my list.

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      Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

      I'm disappointed. No new men's teams on my list for the MSU men. St Cloud is hosting Northeastern on Oct 25-26, hope to make it up there to check them off.

      Maybe the MSU or SCSU women can add someone. Not sure when their schedules will be out.

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      • #4
        Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

        Here is the 2019-20 WCHA Men's Schedule

        http://www.wcha.com/men/schedule/index.php

        Here is the 2019-20 WCHA Women's Schedule

        http://www.wcha.com/women/schedule/index.php

        I am kind of disappointed in the BSU Men's Schedule. They go to Alaska twice, so in theory, they could have played 38 games with the exemption. But, they only have 34 games on their schedule. I know in years past when they have went to Alaska, they always played 36, so they are leaving two games on the table. Not sure if something may come down at a later date, or if they just could get anyone's schedule to match up to theirs. Oh well, with my boy's hockey schedule and billeting for the Alexandria Blizzard junior team, I will probably miss out on making it to any Beaver games again this year......
        Millsy

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        • #5
          Originally posted by laker View Post
          I'm disappointed. No new men's teams on my list for the MSU men. St Cloud is hosting Northeastern on Oct 25-26, hope to make it up there to check them off.

          Maybe the MSU or SCSU women can add someone. Not sure when their schedules will be out.
          Hopefully future schedules will include a school here in the east. Quinnipiac would be nice.

          Boston is a great town, even with all those Red Sox fans around.


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          • #6
            Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

            2019-2020 WCHA Non-Conference Schedule
            -4 AHA Games 0-0-0
            -8 Big10 Games 0-0-0
            -4 ECAC Games 0-0-0
            -8 Hockey East Games 0-0-0
            -27 NCHC Games 0-0-0
            -4 Independent Games 0-0-0
            -Numerous Tournament Possibilities

            ALABAMA-HUNTSVILLE (0-0-0)
            -at Mass-Lowell (2)
            -at Nebraska-Omaha (2)
            -at North Dakota (2)

            ALASKA-ANCHORAGE (0-0-0)
            -at Maine (2)
            -Nebraska-Omaha (2)
            -at Arizona State (2)

            ALASKA (0-0-0)
            -Denver (2)
            -at Penn State (2)
            -Arizona State (2)

            BEMIDJI STATE (0-0-0)
            -St. Cloud State (2)
            -at North Dakota (2)
            -Mariucci Classic, Minneapolis (Minnesota, Minnesota State, St. Cloud)

            BOWLING GREEN (0-0-0)
            -at Miami
            -Miami
            -vs. RIT (Icebreaker Tournament, Toledo, OH)
            -vs Western Michigan/Ohio State (Icebreaker Tournament, Toledo, OH)
            -Western Michigan
            -at Western Michigan
            -Notre Dame
            -at Notre Dame

            FERRIS STATE (0-0-0)
            -at Miami (2)
            -Western Michigan
            -at Western Michigan
            -Great Lakes Invitational, Detroit, MI (Michigan Tech, Michigan, Michigan State)

            LAKE SUPERIOR STATE (0-0-0)
            -Merrimack (2)
            -Denver (2)
            -at Michigan (2)
            -at Notre Dame (2)

            MICHIGAN TECH (0-0-0)
            -at Robert Morris (2)
            -at North Dakota (Hall of Fame Game)
            -Clarkson (2)
            -Great Lakes Invitational, Detroit, MI (Ferris State, Michigan, Michigan State)
            -at Arizona State (2)

            MINNESOTA STATE (0-0-0)
            -Arizona State (2)
            -North Dakota (2)
            -at Minnesota-Duluth (2)
            -Mariucci Classic, Minneapolis (Bemidji State, Minnesota, St. Cloud)

            NORTHERN MICHIGAN (0-0-0)
            -Michigan State (2)
            -at Boston University (2)
            -St. Cloud State (2)
            -at Cornell (2)
            Millsy

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            • #7
              Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

              Non-WCHA, but former member Colorado College is going to build a new arena.

              https://twitter.com/i/status/1126509800072728581

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              • #8
                Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                Originally posted by laker View Post
                Non-WCHA, but former member Colorado College is going to build a new arena.

                https://twitter.com/i/status/1126509800072728581
                Alabama-Huntsville is in the process of trying to get an on campus arena as well. I hope they can pull it off.

                https://www.collegehockeynews.com/ne...the-Future.php
                Millsy

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                • #9
                  Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                  Here ya go, Millsy!

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                  • #10
                    Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                    Originally posted by laker View Post
                    Here ya go, Millsy!

                    Thanks laker, the women obviously did well in the classroom this year! I see Mankato and Bowling Green did it on the men's side, so congrats to Mankato on doubling up!
                    Millsy

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                    • #11
                      Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                      So, what are the chances we see St. Thomas make a move to get hockey to D-I? I have posted my thoughts over in the football thread.....
                      Millsy

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                      • #12
                        Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                        Originally posted by Millsy View Post
                        So, what are the chances we see St. Thomas make a move to get hockey to D-I? I have posted my thoughts over in the football thread.....
                        I think that if they did, it wouldn't take long to get an invitation from the WCHA.

                        I'm not sure on their arena situation though........

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                        • #13
                          Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                          Originally posted by laker View Post
                          I think that if they did, it wouldn't take long to get an invitation from the WCHA.

                          I'm not sure on their arena situation though........
                          Right now, that is the biggest stumbling block. They play their games at St. Thomas Academy out in Mendota Heights, which seats 1400.

                          They could probably try and get some ice time at one of the bigger Twin Cities arenas, but I don't believe there are any close to campus that would have D-I seating capacities.... Or maybe work something out with the U and Ridder Arena?
                          Millsy

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                          • #14
                            Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                            UAA is moving their games to on campus. I was at Sullivan Arena for Gopher basketball back in 1994 when they won the Great Alaska Shootout. I would assume that their on campus building is much smaller, but I don't know what kinds of crowds that they draw.

                            https://www.uscho.com/2019/05/29/fia...ports-complex/

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                              Re: 2019-20 WCHA Hockey

                              Shane Frederick


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                              Meanwhile, Alaska Fairbanks earlier this spring announced that it will remain in the Carlson Center this season but is looking to move back on campus within two years. The Nanooks' on-campus rink will serve as a backup home arena this season.

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