Changes aplenty in NCAA hockey for 2013-14

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    The NCAA college hockey landscape, as we knew it six months ago, will look vastly different this season with two new conferences making their debuts and the demise of a storied one.



    The CCHA ceased operations after 42 years. The 11 member schools that made up the conference scattered into four conferences, including the newly formed Big Ten and the National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC).

    The Big Ten is comprised of Michigan, Michigan State and Ohio State from the former CCHA, Minnesota and Wisconsin from the WCHA, and Penn State, who played their Division I inaugural season as an independent last year.… read more



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    University of Huntsville-Alabama is coming. Watch out.
     

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