Headed to Pittsburgh this week for the 2013 Frozen Four? If so, come join us as we broadcast USCHO Live! from Souper Bowl, the best local sports bar in Pittsburgh, located across the street from Consol Energy Center.

Shows will include guests from the college hockey community. Stop by and get a free USCHO label pin (supplies limited) and other great USCHO merchandise.

If you can’t make it to Souper Bowl for USCHO Live!, join us at Frozen Fest in the Centre Avenue parking lot across from the arena before the games Thursday and Saturday. USCHO will share a booth with the Hockey Humanitarian Award, with more giveaways there.

We will also host a panel discussion at Frozen Fest at 5 p.m. Saturday on the center stage.

Schedule of events

Wednesday 5-7 p.m.USCHO Live! broadcastSouper Bowl
Thursday 1-3 p.m.USCHO/HHA boothFrozen Fest
Thursday 1:30-3:30 p.m.USCHO Live! broadcastSouper Bowl
Friday 3-5 p.m.USCHO Live! broadcastSouper Bowl
Saturday 2-4 p.m.USCHO Live! broadcastSouper Bowl
Saturday 3-6:30 p.m.USCHO/HHA boothFrozen Fest
Saturday 4:30-6 p.m.HHA recipient autograph sessionFrozen Fest
Saturday 5-5:30 p.m.USCHO panelFrozen Fest Center Stage

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  • Mafiasoccer5

    Castleton getting in…How? Granted they have a good record, but who have they played? Nobody is the answer. There only legitimate win all year was against Norwich and the rest were against subpar teams. Utica, Geneseo, or Hobart should be in. The NCAAs should be a tournament of the “best teams.”

    • Vcat

      Chris did a nice job assessing the possibilities. As far as your comment on Castleton, you obviously haven’t seen them play. I think the NESCAC and ECAC East combine for some pretty elite Division III hockey. Not sure where your affiliation is or if it’s just that you don’t like Castleton, or never played the game but if it’s the SUNYAC you’re sticking up for you’re out of touc. Outside of their top three teams, the rest would get smoked against NESCAC/ECAC EASTcompetition week in week out…even in a weak year. By the way among the weak teams you mentioned you may want to add Brockport and Morrisville…they lost to Castleton too. Castleton’s 22-4-1 speaks for itself. It’s a travesty of politics that they didn’t get into the tournament. Wisc-E at 16-7 be real.

      • Vcat

        I apologize to Wisc-EC. That should be Wisc-Superior at 16-12-1.

  • pejz

    why do they have so few teams in compared to how many there are in d3? the ratio 1out of 7 seems wrong

  • Daveo211

    @pejz: the answer I’m afriad is money. The NCAA seems to not understand that they are supposed to be a championship organization, not most bang for the buck. It’s the same reason Saint Norbert played a Wednesday game last year, even though they were the highest seeded western team, and earned auto-bid. Looks like they might have to play Wednesday again this year. It sucks, I hope they send Adrian to Elmira, Or do the really right thing, send Hamline to Adrian. Are you listening NCAA???

    • Daveo211

      To add:, They are the number one ranked team in the nation, why should they have to play in what equates to a wildcard game?

      • Randy

        So why did Norwich – ranked number two get that honor? And then go on the road vs Plattsburgh another team ranked below them?

  • Trey

    Abandon integrity? Didn’t that committee do that a long time ago?

  • greg

    st. norbert better not be playing wednesday! i’d have to call in sick to pool league.