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It’s a visit with two undefeated head coaches on the Oct. 28, 2014 edition of USCHO Live! Robert Morris coach Derek Schooley led his Colonials to Atlantic Hockey championship and an NCAA berth last season, and to a 5-0-1 start this campaign. Kevin Sneddon’s Vermont Catamounts are off to a 4-0 start with a pair of Hockey East wins after the team’s first 20-win season in five years in 2013-14.

Join us for the conversation and information, Tuesday, Oct. 28, from 8 to 9 p.m. EDT at blogtalkradio.com/uscholive. If you can’t listen live, check out the podcast of USCHO Live! available on the player at the right (click through if you’re reading this via RSS.)

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About the hosts

Jim Connelly is a senior writer at USCHO.com and has been with the site since 1999. He is based in Boston and regularly covers Hockey East. He began with USCHO.com 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.

Ed Trefzger has been part of USCHO since 1999 and now serves as a senior writer and director of technology. He has been a part of the radio broadcasts of Rochester Institute of Technology hockey since their inception — serving as a producer, studio host, color commentator and as RIT’s play-by-play voice for eight seasons. Ed is VP and general manager of CBS Sports Radio affiliate 105.5 The Team in Rochester, N.Y.

  • Anonymous

    same ole same ole for UNH (university of NO Hardware) we’ll see how they do in the playoffs

  • Irish Spectre

    The Obama administration’s media spin cycle would be impressed by this article.

    This past weekend’s “big loser”, BC, two points separated from UNH, and tied w/ Merrimack but down on the tie-breaker, mostly controls its own destiny, and the “mostly” part will be resolved by Maine vs. Merrimack in Orono this weekend.

    If the past 13 years sea, concluding the regular season w/ two games vs. the former. /behicn

    • Dave Hendrickson

      Irish, I can’t figure out that final garbled paragraph, but if you go from being tied for first (with your destiny entirely in your hands) to being two points out of first and tied for second with a losing tiebreaker (your destiny now in your hands against UNH but not against Merrimack), how is that not a significant step backward?

      It isn’t over the for the Eagles. I’m still picking them to win the national championship again. But the Hockey East regular season title just got a lot tougher.

  • stal

    Isnt the second tiebreaker wins? If UNH and BC sweep and then UNH takes 1 point on the last weekend – BC would be #1 seed b/c the HtoH would be 1-1-1 and BC has more wins. of course Merrimack would have to lose in there somewhere

    • Dave Hendrickson

      Stal, thanks for pointing out my brain cramp. I’ve fixed the section discussing this.

      I’d locked onto UNH holding the tiebreaker lead and overlooked the point you made. Apparently after midnight my brain turns into a pumpkin. And to think in high school I was captain of the math team…