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Colorado College forwards Alex Berardinelli and Grant Cruikshank were announced as the Tigers' co-captains for the 2019-20 season.
Colorado College and Air Force will take turns facing the University of Lethbridge in exhibition games Saturday and Monday, respectively. The coaches have been limited in the amount of time they can spend with their teams in practice. Now just one exhibition game stands between them and the regular season. “Ready or not, here we go,” Falcons coach Frank Serratore said. “If you’re not ready, shame on you. “Are we going to be in February and March form? Heck no. But you want to peak at the right time and that right time is not October.” The Tigers will go first Saturday night in Breckenridge. They were set to leave Friday, have a brief practice and a team dinner.
The NCHC Frozen Faceoff tournament won’t be at the Target Center this year. The hockey conference, which includes Colorado College and Denver, announced that it ended its arrangement a year early. A release offered by the NCHC stated the sides “reached a mutual and amicable agreement to waive the final year of their existing contract.” The Colorado Springs-based conference has been staging multiple yearly events at the Minneapolis arena, home of the Minnesota Timberwolves of the NBA, since the conference was formed in 2014. The arena closed to the public this summer for the third and final phase of a $155 million renovation. But the NCHC won’t get to make use of those brand-new locker rooms
• USA Hockey announced today that the management and coaching staff have been selected for the 2018 Pyeongchang Olympics, the first Winter Games without NHL players since 1994. Tony Granato, who has coached the Colorado Avalanche on two separate occasions (2002-04, 2008-09) and now calls the shots at Wisconsin, will coach the team for the first time. USA Hockey executive Jim Johannson has a lot of interesting decisions ahead as general manager – he told NBC Sports that he is trying to recruit NHL players who might retire in time to compete in Pyeongchang – and former women’s team head coach Ben Smith, who will enter the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame this year, will be the first-time director of player
Colorado College hockey signee and 2017 seventh round Columbus draft pick Robbie Stucker is pictured participating in the Blue Jackets develop…