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Morning Edition: 10/14/14

"Breakfasts come and go, Rene..."
"Breakfasts come and go, Rene..."
Jim McIsaac

Welcome to the SBN College Edition Morning Edition, you guide to all of yesterday's college hockey news.

Hockey East

We'll start with the really big news. UConn has received approval to use the classic Hartford Whalers tune Brass Bonanza as their goal music. Jeff Cox reports that it isn't a done deal yet, but judging from the huge reaction the news received on social media, UConn would be silly not to use it. It's beloved, unique, and has local significance. Plus, it's just a damn catchy song:

There were a lot of surprises on the first weekend of the college hockey season, but Jack Eichel's big offensive numbers weren't among them.


I took an extensive look at the St. Cloud power play, and why it can be so dangerous.

Big Ten

The weekend that was for Penn State.

Minnesota goalie Nick Lehr has a sweet new mask.

Wisconsin lost both Eddie Wittchow and Tim Davison to head injuries last weekend in Alaska. If they're not healed up by Friday, the Badgers have just five healthy defensemen on the roster.


A picture-by-picture breakdown of Colgate's first goal last weekend against St. Cloud.


The WCHA announced a one-game suspension for Alaska-Anchorage's Brett Cameron. That came as a huge surprise after seeing the video, which looks like a hard, but clean hit.


A player-by-player scouting report for this year's NTDP U17 team. We're only two weeks away from the start of the World U17 Challenge.