Gameday: DU @ St. Cloud State

“I would say the season has been less than successful.”
-Denver head coach, George Gwozdecky
From; St. Cloud Times
by Mick Hatten

Denver and St. Cloud State go into this weekend’s WCHA men’s series in the middle of a clump of teams that will be battling in the second half for first round home ice for the conference tournament.

There are five teams — Colorado College, Denver, Michigan Tech, Bemidji State and St. Cloud State — separated by three points from fourth place to ninth place in the conference standings. The top six teams at the end of the season will get home ice for the first round of the WCHA playoffs.

The Pioneers, who are ranked No. 13/14 in the national polls, did not expect to be in that clump before the season started. They weren’t alone in that outlook [read entire article].


Anonymous said...

2nd espn bracket of the year has denver as a 14 seed playing kansas in the 1st round. pretty exciting stuff for du.

can you imagine if the basketball team made the tournament but hockey didn't?

Anonymous said...

I should've mentioned the's still very early in the year so current standings don't mean all that much. Basketball could end up not even making NIT and hockey could be a #1 seed.

Anonymous said...

Hopefully the Shore brothers can get out of their slump and get something going this weekend.

dusince59 said...

Will the hockey players be ready to "Pay the Price" for success?

DU/CC Dad said...

Just a reminder, the game is available tonight and tomorrow night at $8 for the priviledge each night. Go DU!!!!

Anonymous said...

9"02 - You were prophetic. Shore Brothers had 5 poiints on Froday.