Tyler Ruegsegger is still out with an injury for Denver, but he paid his own way to be with the team in Grand Forks. Or maybe he just wanted to vacation in scenic Grand Forks.
The leading scorer on Duluth's women's team is under investigation by the NCAA, after it was reported that she got paid while playing for a team in Russia. The Bulldogs women's team is currently atop the WCHA standings, but could be forced to forfeit the 26 games that player played in.
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Some kid at Miami was whining that Matt Shegos, a Michigan alum, officiated last weekend's Michigan/Miami series. Everyone who matters, however, had no problem with it, saying Shegos was the most experienced, and qualified. I did like this except though:
Piotrowski, who is in his first year as the director of officials, was a Ferris State University ice hockey player himself, and before taking over as director, was an official for the CCHA. He said that there was never a problem with teams having him officiate games in which Ferris State was playing.I'm sure there are some people at Ferris State that would beg to differ with that statement.
It should also be noted that the author of said piece is the same person who called Miami a dynasty earlier this year. Over the past four seasons, Miami has one regular season title, zero league playoff titles, and one NCAA tournament win. I'll let you draw your own conclusions, and make your own St. Cloud jokes.
Alaska is far away. It's kind of a homecoming for Notre Dame starting goalie Jordan Pearce. Technically he's from Anchorage, but as he says, "Alaska is Alaska".