Showing posts with label DirecTV. Show all posts
Showing posts with label DirecTV. Show all posts

Friday, February 28, 2014

UND vs. SCSU game one

UND Forward lines
9 Drake Caggiula–16 Mark MacMillan–15 Michael Parks (A)
28 Stephane Pattyn (A)–19 Rocco Grimaldi–27 Luke Johnson
21 Brendan O’Donnell–13 Connor Gaarder–11 Derek Rodwell
25 Mitch MacMillan–29 Bryn Chyzyk–17 Colten St. Clair
North Dakota Defense Pairings
5 Nick Mattson–6 Paul LaDue
18 Dillon Simpson ©–24 Jordan Schmaltz
4 Keaton Thompson–2 Troy Stecher

UND Goalies
31 Zane Gothberg
33 Clarke Saunders
Out: 7-Wade Murphy (Fr., F), 20-Gage Ausmus (Fr., D), 22-Andrew Panzarella (Jr., D), 26-Coltyn Sanderson (So., F), 30-Matt Hrynkiw (Fr., G)
SCSU Huskies Forward lines
16 Jimmy Murray–26 Nic Dowd–13 David Morley
10 Ryan Papa–11 Kalle Kossila–22 Jonny Brodzinski
9 Joey Benik–8 Cory Thorson–21 Brooks Bertsch
27 Nick Oliver–37 Joe Rehkamp–6 Daniel Tedesco
SCSU Defense Pairings
15 Niklas Nevalainen–12 Ethan Prow
7 Kevin Gravel–40 Tim Daly
19 Ben Storm–2 Jarrod Rabey

SCSU Goalies

29 Ryan Faragher
35 Charlie Lindgren
33 Joseph Phillippi


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Saturday, October 12, 2013

UND Hockey: 2013-14 Satellite TV Schedule

CBS Sports Network
CBS Sports Network (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Root Sports Rocky Mountain
Root Sports Rocky Mountain (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
UND games on Television 

Oct. 18 at Miami

Nov 22 at Boston University (NBCSN)

Nov 23 at Boston University (NESN)

Dec. 6 at Western Michigan

Jan. 10 vs. Colorado College

Jan. 24 at Denver (CBSSN)

Jan 25 at Denver (Root Sports)

Feb. 14 vs. Miami

Feb. 28 at St. Cloud State


UND will have nine games that are going to be televised and available on DirecTV and Dish Network. Seven of these games, UND will be playing on the road. Both games of the BU and DU series will be on TV. That's big for fans that won't be able to travel to the games. 

While it’s not as good of a deal as last year's package, it’s better than nothing. I am torn, I can watch some of these games on my DirecTV, but I can’t get the local games because Midco Spots Network is still not on DirecTV. That means there will be no highlight videos this season, unless something changes. I thought about cancelling my DirecTV and going back to Midco, but I like the sports pack that's on DirecTV. Last year, I was able to watch the GLI and the Bean Pot because I had DirecTV. 

One UND game will be on  NESN, NESN DirecTV 628, Dish Network 434.
One UND game will be on NBC Sports Network, DirecTV 220, Dish Network 159
One UND game will be on Root Sports Network, DirecTV 683, Dish Network 414.



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Saturday, September 07, 2013

UND vs. SDSU on FCS



Good news for fans that can't make the game tonight. The game will be on Fox College Sports.


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Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Pac-12 Network launches campaign to drop DirecTV

Here’s another unhappy customer with DirecTV.
SAN FRANCISCO – Pac-12 Networks today launched a new advertising campaign titled “Compare” that contrasts the exciting Pac-12 football action a fan will see on Pac-12 Networks with what they won’t see on DirecTV. The campaign will be featured on digital, print, outdoor and radio outlets, and across all Pac-12 member university platforms.

Entering its second season of covering Pac-12 football, Pac-12 Networks is distributed on more than 50 video providers across the country, including three of the four largest. Despite being offered the same deal that all of the other providers have agreed to, DirecTV remains unwilling to reach an agreement, and the “Compare” campaign is the latest step by Pac-12 Networks to urge fans to drop DirecTV and switch to another provider.

“We realize this is affecting many of our fans, and we share their frustration,” said Pac-12 Networks President Lydia Murphy-Stephans. "We built the Pac-12 Networks to give fans unprecedented access to their favorite teams and sports on TV, and with just two weeks before the fall sports schedule begins, DirecTV continues to deny them that access.”
This does bring up a matter for discussion. College sports fans are really over a barrel in some instances when it comes to watching their favorite teams. Obviously, there’s more options for watching the professionals sports like the NHL, MLB, NBA and the NFL. It’s becomes more dicey with college sports.

I love DirecTV, the programming is amazing… I like it better than Midconet. I can watch all kinds of stuff and I have more channels than I shake a stick at. However, there’s instances where I can’t always watch what I want to watch as well, even with the Sports Pack. If for some reason I didn't go to the hockey game at the REA, it wont be on my TV. That could change at some point in the future, but as of right now, it won't be on.

Tuesday, July 02, 2013

Time for a National College Hockey pay per view television package

English: Logo for DirecTV
English: Logo for DirecTV (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
As most of you know, as of right now, home UND Hockey games are not going to be on DirecTV anymore.  As of right now, there will be “no" UND Hockey games shown outside of the regional area unless the games are on CBSSN… So, going forward, you will have to use the webcasts if you want to watch the games live.

Now, here’s what we “could” do, I suggest that we flood the lines at DirecTV 1-800-531-5000 and tell them that we would like to have MidcoSportsnet.com from Midcontinent Communications on DirecTV. I would even suggest that you’re willing to pay extra so you can have those games on your DirecTV programming. 

Also, let's start a campaign to call MidcoSportsnet at (605)-274-7638 and flood their lines as well.


College hockey needs to have a hockey television packed like the NHL does. Recently, I touched on some of these issues at the Hockey Writers. 

Obviously, the Big Ten has the Big Ten Network, which is a financial gold mine. The NCHC has a new television deal with 
CBS Sports Network. In its current form, the WCHA has no current television deal.

Without a current television deal, the WCHA will get little exposure on the national level.

I am not sure, how a web deal is going to do much for national exposure. Hooking up a desktop computer or laptop to your home television can be a bit difficult, if you’re not very tech savvy.

During the 
2012-13 NHL Lockout, college hockey played a major role in filling the gap left by the NHL lockout, especially in the USA. NBC Sports Network and CBS Sports Network allowed college hockey fans to see firsthand that Division I college hockey is a viable game and gave them an option to the NHL. Some hockey fans, decided to stick with the NCAA Hockey after the NHL lockout ended.

If you have DirecTV package – with the sports package – you can watch many regional broadcasts of college hockey. This season, thanks to DirecTV, I watched both Monday’s of the 
Beanpot Tournament, as well as both games of the 2013 Hockey City Classic.

Why not develop a college hockey television package like the NHL and the NBA have? I know many fans that would pay extra money to subscribe to a college hockey television package 



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Saturday, March 23, 2013

C.C. vs. UW: winner to the NCAA tourney


The University of Wisconsin Badgers (21-12-7) and Colorado College (18-18-5) faceoff tonight in the championship game of the Red Baron WCHA Final Five at 7:00 pm. Central.
You can watch that game on DirecTV channel 668 FSN, if you don’t have cable.
This is an important game for both teams.
The winner goes the NCAA playoffs. The Tigers if they lose, they’re season is over. The same may happen for the Wisconsin Badgers if they don’t win tonight as well, it’s up to the Pairwise math.
Wisconsin is currently sitting at 17th in the Pairwise so they’re definitely a bubble team.
After the win last night, Colorado College Tiger goalie Joe Howe summed it up with the quote of the weekend, “Rylan [Schwartz] put a quote on the board from Mike Babcock [Redwings head coach] you don’t have to win three games, you have to win one game three times.”
I have told people that the Tigers have one of the best lines in college hockey and the opposition has had a tuff time stopping Rylan Schwartz, Alexander Krushelnyski and the local boy Charlie Taft (Edina, Minnesota). Regardless of the record, the Tigers are a good hockey teams and are peaking at the right time. The Tigers have also won five of their last six games.
Last night, the Tigers looked as if they had watched some game film from the BSU and Minnesota series. At times, it looked like C.C. used some of the same offensive strategies. On one play, the Tigers chipped the puck up the glass and the forward from C.C. skated into the puck and got a quick shot on net that Adam Wilcox made a big save on. If Wilcox doesn’t make that save, it’s a 3-0 game.
You have to give credit, where credit is due. The Tigers beat DU (20-13-5) in games, they beat UND (21-12-7) and Minnesota (26-8-5).
Colorado College TigersRylan Schwartz (19g-32a—51pts), Alexander Krushelnyski (15g-27a—42pts), William Rupuzzi (15g-20a—35pts), Scott Winkler (13g-15a—28pts), Archie Skalbeck (12g-11a—23pts)Defense: Mike Boivin (14g-14a—28pts) Eamonn McDermott (3g-20a—23pts), Peter Stoykewych (2g-9a—11pts). Goalies: Joe Howe 14-11-4, 2.97 GAA, .915 save percentage, Josh Thorimbert 4-7-1, 3.73 GAA, .873 save percentage.
Wisconsin Badgers: Forwards: Michael Mersch (23g-13a—36pts), Mark Zengerle (9g-21a—31pts), Nic Kerdiles (9g-21a—30pts), Joseph Labate (9g-13a—22pts),  Tyler Barnes (14g-15a—21pts), Defense:  Jake McCabe (3g-17a—20pts) John Ramage (8g-10a—18pts). Goalies: Landon Peterson 6-4-3, 2.01 GAA, .926 save percentage, Joel Rumpel 15-8-4, 2.21 GAA, .921 save percentage.

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Wednesday, March 13, 2013

This weekend’s NCAA Division one television schedule (3/15 – 3/17)

2004-2008
2004-2008 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Here is this weekend’s National College Hockey television schedule. There is a full slate of college hockey on television again this weekend.
Check your television guide for times in your local area. As with any schedule, channels will change and have in the past. There may also be games on in your local area that may not be on nationally.
Even with the NHL ending it’s lockout and making it back to our television dials, there has is still been a lot of watchable college hockey on television.
This weekend, there will not be any college hockey games that will be available on television in Canada.
Also, the Hockey East Quarter Final game on Sunday, March 17, 2013, is showing up in the queue as TBD at this time.
Fri.Mar. 15Vermont vs. Boston CollegeNBC Sports Net.6:00 p.m.603 / 159
Fri.May 15Bemidji State vs. MinnesotaFSN7:00 p.m.668/436
Fri.Mar 15Michigan Tech vs. UNDFCS/Midco7:37pmlocal listings
Fri.Mar. 15Michigan vs. Western MichiganFS Detroit7 p.m.663 / 430
Sat.Mar. 15Michigan Tech vs. UNDFCS/Midco7:07pm628
Sat.Mar. 16New Hampshire vs. ProvidenceNESN3:00 p.m.628 / 434
Sun.Mar. 17Hockey East QuarterfinalNESN3:30 p.m.628 / 434
*NESN = New England Sports Network, FCS = Fox College Sports, FSN+ = Fox Sports North-Plus, NBCSN = NBC Sports Network, DirecTV requires the “Sports Pack” to view the Regional sports Networks.All times are Central Standard Time.


Cross-posted at the Hockey Writers Combine...
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Wednesday, February 20, 2013

The Weekend Ahead: (2/22-2/23)

Seal of the University of North Dakota
Seal of the University of North Dakota (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

This weekend, the University of North Dakota travels to Denver, Colorado to play the Denver Pioneers in an important two game WCHA series at Magness Arena February 22-23, 2013.
Matchup: North Dakota (16-8-6, 11-5-6 WCHA) #6 versus #10 Denver Pioneers (15-9-5, 10-7-5 WCHA).
Dates: February 22-23, 2013
Times: February 22: 9:10 p.m. (CT); February 23: 8:07 p.m. (CT)
Radio:  UND 96.1 (KQHT-FM) – The Fox.
TV Friday: NBC Sports Network, channel 220 DirecTV
TV Saturday: Root Sports, channel 683 DirecTV
Webcast: (NONE)
SERIES HISTORY: UND leads the All-time series 136-116-9 (.538). UND leads the series 81-42-6 (.651) in Grand Forks. UND trails the series 50-67-3 (.429) in Denver. Neutral sites, UND trails 5-7-0 (.417). In the last 10 games against DU, UND leads 7-2-1 (.750).
Players to Watch:

North Dakota
Forwards: Corbin Knight (13g-27a—40pts), Danny Kristo (18g-21a—39pts), Rocco Grimaldi (10g-14a—24pts), Mark MacMillan (9g-9a—18pts), Carter Rowney (6g-12a—18pts), Drake Caggiula (6g-6a—12pts).  Defense:  Dillon Simpson (2g-15a—17pts), Derek Forbort (4g-8a—12pts), Joe Gleason (4g-9a—13pts) Jordan Schmaltz (2g-7a—9pts) Andrew MacWilliam (1g-7a—8pts). Goaltenders: Clarke Saunders 10-5-4, 2.34 GAA, .914 save percentage, Zane Gothberg 6-3-2, 2.42 GAA, .918 save percentage.
Denver Pioneers: Nick Shore (11g-15a—26pts), Chris Knowlton (12g-12a—24pts), Shawn Ostrow (10g-10a—20pts), Daniel Doremus (8g-9a—17pts), Defense: Joey LaLeggia (10g-14a—24pts) David Makowski (6g-16a—22pts) Nolan Zajac (5g-16a—21pts). Goalies: Juho Olkinuora 9-3-5, 2.11 GAA, .935 save percentage, Adam Murray 2-1-0, 3.00 GAA, .902 save percentage, Sam Brittain 4-5-0 3.03 GAA, .902 save percentage.
Cross posted at the Hockey Writers Combine... 

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

This weekend’s NCAA Division one television schedule (2/22 – 2/24)

NCAA_logo.svgHere is this weekend’s National College Hockey television schedule. There is a full slate of college hockey on television again this weekend. Check your television guide for times in your local area. As with any schedules, channels will change and have in the past.

This weekend, there will also be four college hockey games that will be available in Canada, so, for college hockey fans north of the border, you should check your local television guides as well.

For UND hockey fans, this weekend, both games from Denver will be on television. Friday night’s game will be a national broadcast on NBC Sports Network. Saturday night’s game will be on Root Sports, so if your cable company gets Root Sports or if you have the Sports Pack and you have Dish or DirecTV, you will be able to watch Saturday night’s game as well.

Fri.Feb. 22New Hampshire at VermontNESN6:00 p.m.628 / 434
Fri.Feb. 22Yale at QuinnipiacNBC Sports Net.6:30 p.m.603 / 159
Fri.Feb. 22Notre Dame at Western MichiganCBS Sports Net.6:00 p.m.613 / 158 (C)
Fri.Feb. 22Minnesota Duluth at MinnesotaFS North +7:00 p.m.657/ 444
Fri.Feb. 22North Dakota at DenverNBC Sports Net.9:00 p.m.220/ 159
Sat.Feb. 23New Hampshire at VermontCBS Sports Net.6:00 p.m.613 / 158 (C)
Sat.Feb. 23Minnesota Duluth at MinnesotaBTN7:00 p.m.610 / 439 (C)
Sat.Feb. 23North Dakota at DenverROOT Sports8:00 p.m.683 / 414
Sun.Feb. 24Boston College at MerrimackCBS Sports Net.3:00 p.m.613 / 158 (C)

*NESN = New England Sports Network, FCS = Fox College Sports, FSN+ = Fox Sports North-Plus, NBCSN = NBC Sports Network, DirecTV requires the “Sports Pack” to view the Regional sports Networks, (C) Denotes games available in Canada. All times are Central Standard Time.

Cross posted at the Hockey Writers Combine.

Tuesday, February 12, 2013

This weekend’s NCAA Division one television schedule (2/15 – 2/17)

Big Ten Network
Big Ten Network (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

ere is this weekend’s National College Hockey television schedule. There is a full slate of college hockey on television again this weekend. Check your television guide for times in your local area. As with any schedules, channels will change and have in the past.
This weekend, there will also be three college hockey games that will be available in Canada, so, for college hockey fans north of the border, you should check your local television guides as well.
For college hockey fans that are looking for college hockey to watch on television this weekend, because their favorite team is on a bye week, there are many games to choose from, again this weekend.
This weekend, there will also be two more outdoor hockey games on Sunday, at Soldier Field in Chicago, Illinois. This will be a double header, and it’s being billed as the Hockey City Classic. If you have you have the sports pack on DirecTV, you can watch the game between Miami and Notre Dame at 1:00 p.m. CT and then at 3:30 p.m. CT you can watch the Badgers and the Gophers on the Big Ten Network, which is on most premium sports cable television packages.
Fri.Feb. 15Northern Michigan at Michigan StateBTN6:30 p.m.610 / 439 (C)
Fri.Feb. 15Boston University at MaineNBC Sports Net.6:30 p.m.603 / 159
Fri.Feb. 15Notre Dame at MiamiCBS Sports Net.6:30 p.m.613 / 158 (C)
Fri.Feb. 15Minnesota at WisconsinFS North7:00 p.m.668/669 / 436
Sat.Feb. 16Bowling Green at Ferris StateFS Detroit6:00 p.m.663 / 430
Sat.Feb. 16Boston University at MaineNESN6:00 p.m.628 / 434
Sat.Feb. 16Northern Michigan at Michigan StateFS Detroit6:00 p.m.663 / 430
Sun.Feb. 17Notre Dame vs. Miami (Soldier Field)FS Detroit12:00 p.m.610 / 439 (C)
Sun.Feb. 17Minnesota vs Wisconsin (Soldier Field)BTN3:30 p.m.663 / 430
*NESN = New England Sports Network, FCS = Fox College Sports, FSN+ = Fox Sports North-Plus, NBCSN = NBC Sports Network, DirecTV requires the “Sports Pack” to view the Regional sports Networks, (C) Denotes games available in Canada. All times are Central Standard Time.
Cross Posted at the Hockey Writers Combine... 

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Saturday, February 02, 2013

Video of Cagguila hit on Navin


At the 13:30 mark of the third period, freshman forward Drake Caggiula was assessed a five minute major and given a game misconduct for checking from behind. At the time, I didn't think that was the proper call, it looked like a shoulder to shoulder check. I don't think this call is worthy of a five minute major. (s/t to Tim Brubakken for the picture.)

Thanks to  for addin the video. He's a must follow on twitter. 


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Friday, February 01, 2013

This weekend's NCAA Division one television schedule

This hockey season, with this absence of the NHL I have focused on the game of college hockey while the NHL and the NHLPA decided to act like a bunch of children, and hence, the two sided ended up causing the cancelation of 40% of the NHL Hockey season.  Now that the NHL is back up, and running, I would urge fans to continue watching the Division I college hockey.

This season, I have tried keeping up with the ever changing NCAA Division I hockey schedule, and for the most part it’s been difficult because the national college hockey television schedule is very fluid, they continually add games, and obviously delete games. So, I have decided to do it more by a week-to-week basis.

Programing note, for UND hockey fans that are looking for tonight’s game to show up on their DirecTV lineup, there is one change, DirecTV is not picking up Friday’s game between the Wisconsin Badgers. This was announced by the UND Sports Information Director Jayson Hajdu.

If you watch the NHL during the week, you will see numerous former college hockey fans lighting up NHL goalies all over the NHL.

On Wednesday  30, 2013, there was a game between the Minnesota Wild and St Louis Blues and it  looked like all WCHA reunion as there were nine former players from North Dakota (2X), Wisconsin (4X), Minnesota State,  Saint Cloud State, Colorado College. What I didn’t mention is the other schools that were represented in that game as well.

Last night, former Minnesota Gopher Thomas Vanek torched Boston Bruins goalie Tuukka Rask for three goals and lead the Buffalo Sabres to a 7-4 victory over the Boston Bruins. Vanek is currently leading the NHL in points with 15. Former Wisconsin Badgers forward Joel Pavelski is sitting in fourth place with 12 points.

In the offseason, The Minnesota Wild signed former Fighting Sioux All-American Zach Parise, the Wild are seeing instance results from Parise, who’s currently leading the Minnesota Wild in scoring with (5g-4a—9pts).

In Toronto last night, former Fighting Sioux forward Matt Frattin scored the game winning goal for the Toronto Maples Leafs as they beat the Washington Capitals 3-2. Frattin is currently third in the NHL with 2 game winning goals.

I think that it’s safe to say, that the future of the NHL is on stage every Friday and Saturday on a television channel near you.

So, if you don’t have the NHL package or you’re one of those fans that have refused to spend the $50.00-$60.00 to get this package, you have options, especially if you have DirecTV.

*NESN = New England Sports Network. FCS= Fox College Sports. NBCSN = NBC Sports Network. DirecTV requires the “Sports Pack” to view the Regional sports Networks.

Fri.Feb. 1Michigan State at MichiganBTN6:35 p.m.610 / 439 (C)
Fri.Feb. 1UMass Lowell at MerrimackNESN7:00 p.m.628 / 434
Fri.Feb. 1Dartmouth at UnionNBC Sports Net.7:30 p.m.603 / 159
Sat.Feb. 2Michigan vs. Michigan State (JLA)FS Detroit3:00 p.m.663 / 430
Sat.Feb. 2University of Wisconsin at UNDFCS/Midco7:07pm626


Cross Posted at The Hockey Writers - Combine...
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Monday, January 07, 2013

Updated National College Hockey Television Schedule


Here is the updated National College Hockey television schedule for the next two weekends.  With the NHL lockout being over – NHL hockey will once again be on the television. Some hockey fans will chose not to watch the NHL; once the games are “finally” back on television again.
Keeping with the theme, that hockey fans have options, you can see that there are quite a few college hockey games, this week starting on Tuesday night, there are two high profile games.   Check your local cable listing, if you have DirecTV, you will need to have a package that includes the sports package.
On this schedule all time are Central Standard Time.
Tue.Jan. 8Bowling Green at MichiganBTN6:30 p.m.610 / 439 (C)
Tue.Jan. 8Notre Dame at MinnesotaFS North +7:00 p.m.657
Wed.Jan. 9Harvard at BUNBC Sports Net.6:00 p.m.220 / 159
Fri.Jan. 11Colorado College at UNDFCS/Midco7:37 p.m.TBD
Fri.Jan. 11New Hampshire at Boston CollegeNESN6:00 p.m.628 / 434
Fri.Jan. 11Union at PrincetonNBC Sports Net.6:00 p.m.220 / 159
Fri.Jan. 11Alaska Anchorage at MinnesotaBTN7:00 p.m.610 / 439 (C)
Fri.Jan. 11Nebraska-Omaha at DenverNBC Sports Net.8:37 p.m.220 / 159
Sat.Jan. 12Army at Air ForceCBS Sports Net.6:00 p.m.613 / 158 (C)
Sat.Jan. 12Colorado College at UNDFCS/Midco7:07 p.m.TBD
Sat.Jan. 12Alaska at MichiganFS Detroit +6:30 p.m.664 / TBD
Sat.Jan. 12Alaska Anchorage at MinnesotaFS North7:07 p.m.668 / 436
Sat.Jan. 12Nebraska-Omaha at DenverROOT Sports8:00 p.m.683 / 414
Fri.Jan. 18Northeastern at Boston UniversityNESN6:00 p.m.628 / 434
Fri.Jan. 18Miami at WisconsinBTN7:00 p.m.610/  439
Fri.Jan. 18Harvard at YaleNBC Sports Net.7:30 p.m.220 / 159
Fri.Jan. 18Ferris State at Michigan StateFS Detroit6:00 p.m.663 / 430
Fri.Jan. 18North Dakota at MinnesotaFS North7:00 p.m.668 / 436
Sat.Jan. 19North Dakota at MinnesotaFS North5:00 p.m.668 / 436
Sat.Jan. 19Alaska at Notre DameCBS Sports Net6:05 p.m.613 / 158 (C)
Originally posted at the Hockey Writers - Combine

Friday, January 04, 2013

UND versus Holy Cross - Yeah that one...



UND’s Forward lines

15 Michael Parks –10 Corban Knight (A) – 7 Danny Kristo (A)
9 Drake Caggiula– 27 Carter Rowney (A) –13 Connor Gaarder
25 Mitch MacMilliam – 16 Mark MacMillan – 21 Brendan O’Donnell
8 Dan Senkbeil – 28 Steph Pattyn –17 Colten St. Clair

UND Defense Parings 

2 Andrew MacWilliam (C) – 5 Nick Mattson
18 Dillon Simpson–20 Joe Gleason
4 Derek Forbort – 24 Jordan Schmaltz

UND Goalies 

33 Clarke Saunders
31 Zane Gothberg
Not in lineup:  29 Bryn Chyzyk , 11 Derek Rodwell (Injury), 19 Rocco Grimaldi (WJC) 8, Coltyn Sanderson – 26, Andrew Panzarella – 22.

Referees: Tom Sterns, Matt Ulwelling. Linesmen: Andy Carton, Nathan Freeman.

Holy Cross Crusaders Lines

Crusaders Forward Lines

15 Castan Sommer – 27 Shayne Stockton – 14 Adam Schmidt
29 Brandon Nunn – 10 Kyle Fletcher – 26 Rob Linsmayer (A)
17 Mike McNamara – 11 Jake Youso – 33 Erik Vos (C)
20 Tommy Dwyer – 21 Brent Lubanski – 19 Matt Vidal 

Crusaders Defensive Parings

18 Evan Zych – 3 Nagy Nilan
7 Nathaniel Domagala – 6  Karl Beckman

23 Ryan MacGrath – 2 Jake Bolton 

Crusader Goalies

35 Matt Ginn
1 Derek Kump
30 Thomas Tysowsky
 


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