Welcome to the SBN College Hockey Morning Edition, your guide to all of yesterday's college hockey news.
Jeff Cox previews the ECAC. Could Cornell really slip that far down the ECAC standings? From my admittedly 1000+-foot view, I kind of like Dartmouth to surprise some people this year.
Nate Wells compiled some predictions on the upcoming BIg Ten season. Seriously, if Wisconsin's Brad Navin scores 16 goals this season, I will....be quite surprised, I guess.
The Chicago Tribune thinks there should be a Division I program in Illinois.
Andy Johnson and Brad Schlossman sat down for their annual podcast on incoming recruits for the Big Ten and NCHC.
#6 Colgate is coming to St. Cloud this weekend. The Huskies swept Colgate last year, but the Raiders were a much better team in the second half of last year. I'm expecting a series similar to when Union came to St. Cloud last season.
Chicago Mission defenseman Joey Keane committed to Miami.
Duane Grasmick previews Air Force. If you want a sleeper candidate to make the Hobey Baker Top Ten out of Atlantic Hockey that isn't Robert Morris' Cody Wydo: that's an oddly specific request, but I'd go with Air Force's Cole Gunner.
Swedish draft-eligible forward Jakob Forsbacka-Karlsson committed to Boston University.
After ten years, the NCAA has finally granted an automatic bid to College Hockey America. I'm not educated enough to have an opinion on this, but good for them, I suppose.