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The Best UFAs in the NCAA

Who should Scott Howson be looking at? Hockey's Future posts their top 10 college free agents. The vast majority of the players on the list fit the Oilers' needs. Hopefully the Oilers flush House, Plante and Vandevelde and go hard after 2-3 of these guys. The top 10: Greg Carey, LW - Junior, St. Lawrence University Dan DeKeyser, D - Junior, Western Michigan University Eric Hartzell, G - Senior, Quinnipiac University Eriah Hayes, RW - Senior, Minnesota State University-Mankato Antoine Laganiere, RW - Senior, Yale University Drew LeBlanc, C - R-Senior, St. Cloud State University Rylan Schwartz, C - Senior, Colorado College Andrej Sustr, D - Junior, University of Nebraska-Omaha Shayne Taker, D - Junior, University of Notre Dame Ryan Walters, LW - Junior, University of Nebraska-Omaha Other notables: Mike Boivin, D – Senior, Colorado College; Austin Czarnik, F – Sophomore, Miami University; Kyle Flanagan, F – Senior, St. Lawrence University; Giancarlo Iuorio, F – Senior, Niagara University; Pat Mullane, F – Senior, Boston College; Nate Schmidt, D – Junior, University of Minnesota; Trevor van Riemsdyk, D – Sophomore, University of New Hampshire

NCAA Hockey Pick 'Em

Side note here: Follow the link above if you're interested in filling out a march madness bracket of the hockey type for the NCAA Frozen Four (free, naturally). If any reader here is interested in setting up a Blueshirt Banter group, go for it. Let everyone know in the comments (Group name and password) and I'll update this post (I've already made a personal one, otherwise I would). UPDATE: To anyone interested in joining the Blueshirt Banter group, here's the info: Group name: BlueShirtBanter Group password: Cally24 Join up!

Big Ten plan for world domination extends to hockey

On the heels of MAC domination in the CCHA tournament, rumor has it that the Big Ten teams will be leaving to form a 6-team Big Ten hockey conference starting in 2013.

In an NCAA State of Mind?

If you're an NCAA basketball junkie, SBN has a NCAA basketball printable bracket with the respective SBN blogs that follow each team of indentured donor bait "student athletes." More relevant to this site, in NCAA playoff hockey Anders Lee's Notre Dame is playing Lake Superior State [live stream here], while Corey Trivino's Boston U. is playing Northeastern [radio feed at AM 1510 Boston here].

Don't forget about NCAA hockey to-nite

It began last week, but tonight's the first regular season events for three MAC-CCHA teams: #3 Miami faces #10 New Hampshire, Bowling Green hosts #5 Michigan, and WMU welcomes in something called "Canisius."

Gilroy wins Hobey Baker Award

Sought after collegiate defenseman Matt Gilroy took home college Hockey's ultimate hardware...

Berenson on the CHL and scholarships

Just a quick follow up to my previous post: Here's a short sidebar on one NCAA coach's perspective on increasing scholarships in the CHL and the competition for players. Red Berenson, a former NHLer, has seen a lot in 25 years as head coach at UMich and doesn't mince words.

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