(#370) Three things from the NCHC, CCHA, ECAC, and Atlantic Hockey
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Today's issue includes:
1) Three Things from the NCHC
The top of the league is very close.
Miami secured its first league win.
Brad Berry says Ludvig Persson is still his No. 1 goalie.
2) Three Things from the ECAC
Mike Schafer is much happier with Cornell's weekend sweep.
Yale's Jack Stark has been a stud for the Bulldogs.
For now, Collin Graf has my vote for Hobey.
3) Three Things from Atlantic Hockey
RIT might be the most dynamic team in the league, but they dropped two games last weekend.
With those losses, the AHA is likely a one-bid league in 2024.
Army continues to find ways to win
4) Three Things from the CCHA
St. Thomas controls its destiny.
The surprising Lake State Lakers.
Luke Strand isn't getting enough credit.
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