It's important because I wrote it. I've got an article about the the North Dakota-St. Cloud series over at College Hockey News. Before I get more emails from angy people who want to point out that you never actually fought a Flying Cloud in Super Mario Bros, and were in fact, fighting the guy that threw shells at you while he was riding a cloud, I'd like to say that the tone of the article is supposed to be tongue-in-cheek.
Fellow blogger Damien Goddard also has a column over there.
Correspondent Dane DeKrey examines why T.J. Oshie and Jonathan Toews aren't dominating the way people expected. From my experience last weekend, Oshie is having a tough time getting on the scoresheet, but is still one of the most talented players in college hockey, and is doing a lot of the little things really well. The scoring will come eventually as well.
INCH cooked up a little controversy when their WCHA Notebook suggest Minnesota State might be looking for a new bull logo yet again. It sounds like that isn't going happen, but then again, it wouldn't surprise me if it still did. Their CCHA notebook looks at the success of underagers Dion Knelsen and Jeremie Dupont.
Eric Schmoldt previews the WCHA weekend for USCHO while Paula Weston previews the CCHA. I haven't heard anyone complaining about Paula yet this season. What gives?