this may be of some local interest
Inside College Hockey tweeted this link yesterday about a possible change to the NCAA Hockey tournament. If a change is passed it can't happen until the 2011-2012 season. There are supposedly many proposals but according to the article the most popular is keeping the tournament at 16 teams but making the first round a best of 3 series at the better seeded teams home arena. Then have 2 super regional sites for the quarterfinals and then the normal Frozen four.
I really like this idea because any NCAA Hockey Tourney game in Yost that I have attended has been great.
So I just realized that tonight I am attending a University of Toledo Communications Alumni gathering at the last Toledo Walleye home game of the season. I really kind of need to go to this, because, while I have a job, it's not a job I love by any means, and they have been laying off a LOOOOT of people lately, so I can see the writing on the wall. Networking at this point in time would be... intelligent.
Anyhow, oops. I'm not going to be able to watch the Be-whatchamacalit State hockey game tonight. I do, however, have a Verizon phone capable of SOME web content, but not all. No flash, for instance. Is there any Verizon service of place online where I can track the game with my phone?
I don't think this has been posted recently so I am throwing this question out there: Where is the best place around town to go watch the Michigan/Bemidji State game? Also, if you are going to be around town, where will you be watching the game?
Michigan Hockey will be the 3 seed in the West Regional
#1 Miami vs #4 Alabama Huntsville
#2 Bemidji State vs MICHIGAN
Just got a text from the Red Wings text service, Ferris/NMU at 4:30, U-M/Miami at 8:00 on Friday. The game will be televised on Big Ten Network in HD