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The Big Ten gained some autonomy in their rules-making process over the summer, and have used that to propose some changes to scholarships. Still too early to tell if that will have much effect on college hockey though.
Munn Arena is getting some much-needed upgrades. I mentioned this on Twitter yesterday(@ChrisDilks), but while Munn definitely needs the renovations, the fact that Michigan State is repairing their old building with a single-sheet of ice likely means a women's program isn't in their plans at all for the foreseeable future.
Four things to watch in Hockey East this weekend, and they aren't all just Jack Eichel.
North Dakota's locker room was renovated. Judging by the lighting, I think it may have been built in a nuclear submarine in the future.
Colorado College picked up a commitment from '98 D Bryan Yoon. I liked Yoon last year when he played for the Colorado Thunderbirds. He's off to a great start in Omaha too; taking on a bigger role there.
The three WCHA schools in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan got into a Twitter fight yesterday.
Minnesota State picked up a commitment from the Elite League's leading scorer Jake Jaremko.