Denver coach George Gwozdecky, whose No. 7 Pioneers are tied atop the WCHA, and Hockey East columnist David H. Hendrickson will be our guests on the  Jan. 15 edition of USCHO Live!

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Jim Connelly is a senior writer at and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with as the correspondent covering the MAAC, which nowadays is known as Atlantic Hockey. Each week during the season, he co-writes “Tuesday Morning Quarterback.” Jim is the winner of the 2012 Joe Concannon award, and is a studio analyst for NESN.

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  • Realist867

    Yale 5-4? Really? I’m a Cornell grad and I think we’re gonna get killed. If Yale scores first and early it could easily turn into rout. See Cornell’s last two games again UNH.

    • LynahSalute

      In hindsight i’d say you must be a pessimist. A true lynah faithful wouldn’t be so “realistic,” and a true lynah faithful would be there to see cornell put up a great fight tonight, suffering an unfortunate 4-2 with an empty netter. Yale may be the better team, but c’mon, give the red some credit.

  • elihockeyfan

    Yale is having a great year, but it doesn’t matter how your team is doing: a trip to Lynah is a major challenge for any visitor (and I am a Yalie). I attended the Yale/ Cornell game at Lynah last year and was amazed at the energy of the fans and the great hockey atmosphere. For Yale this past weekend, it was going to be tough no matter what and luckily they got the win. But my respect for Big Red hockey is always intact, and especially when they are playing at home.

  • ballgamer2

    RE: Sioux/Goofers
    Brawl! Brawl???? Horse hockey!!! It was just a dance. Pushing. Shoving. Talking. Foxtrot and twist. Groping. Definitely not a brawl. You obviously weren’t around when Archie and gang got going. Not a brawl. Not even close.

  • sgman

    Time to fire Jamie Russell Michigan Tech’s Coach, He is an embarrassment and this is our worst record ever. I spend about $3,000 a year as a sponsor in advertising and have a pair of season tickets. I will cancel both at the end of this year if he is not fired. We are an MTU Family, my dad, myself, 2 daughters and both of their husbands are Tech Alumni and we will not give another dime to MTU until Division 1 Hockey is the PRIORITY. Fire the Althetic Director, she is useless – she is more concerned about Women’s Basketball, Volleyball and now Soccer than a DIVISION 1 MENS HOCKEY PROGRAM.