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Play College Hockey
April 4, 2012
    Get an Inside Look - 24/7 Style

merrimackThe popularity of HBO's 24/7 series has spread to college hockey, and that's especially good news for prospective student-athletes.


More than a dozen teams have had all-access shows follow their program, and these broadcasts give recruits an inside look at life inside the locker room.


Learn more about these shows and watch some examples in this story.


By the Numbers


Did you know that NCAA Division I men's hockey: 

National Championship on the Line

milner7The 2012 Frozen Four takes place this Thursday and Saturday in Tampa, Fla., with four teams vying for the NCAA title:


Thursday, April 5
4:30 p.m. ET: Ferris State vs. Union (ESPNU)
8 p.m. ET: Boston College vs. Minnesota (ESPN2)


Friday, April 6

6 p.m. ET: Hobey Baker Presentation (NHL Network)


Saturday, April 7

7 p.m. ET: NCAA Championship (ESPN2; tape delayed Sunday at 1 p.m. ET on TSN2 in Canada)


Learn more about the four teams taking part including the development that a star from each team has enjoyed during his time on campus.

 If I am drafted by a CHL team, can I sign a contract and still play college hockey if I decide not to play in any games? 

Find the answer to that and many more questions in our FAQ

Play College Hockey Podcast

podcast Want more information on pursuing the college hockey path?

College Hockey, Inc. has a new podcast, Play College Hockey, that touches on common questions and issues facing prospective student-athletes.

Click here for more information and other podcasts/radio shows that cover college hockey.

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"I definitely recommend college. I just learned so much at the university and learned how to be a two-way player. You go to junior, there’s a lot of offence, you don’t really see two sides of the puck. Coaches here do a great job of teaching you how to play on both sides of the puck. That’s the most important thing." - Spencer Abbott, who signed with the Maple Leafs last week after four seasons at Maine

Recruiting FAQ
Superior Player Development
NCAA Eligibility Info
Contact College Coaches

"It was unbelievable."
- Ryan Jones on Miami (click the image for more)

tumblr_lv2uo4R1Me1qhq5w5o1_400Check out the four-page Special College Hockey Section (.pdf) in the Dec. 5 issue of The Hockey News, featuring former Minnesota star Phil Kessel on the cover.

About College Hockey, Inc.
College Hockey, Inc. is a free resource for young players and their families interested in pursuing NCAA Division I hockey. Please feel free to contact us with questions or if we can be of assistance.
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