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Nebraska-Omaha vs. Harvard, NCAA hockey tournament 2015: Preview, time, TV schedule and live stream

Matt Christians

Nebraska-Omaha, the second seed will take on Harvard, the third seed in Saturday's second Midwest Regional semifinal at the Compton Family Ice Arena on Notre Dame's campus in South Bend, Indiana.

Game-time is scheduled for 7:30pm EST, or roughly 45 minutes after the conclusion of the first semifinal between Minnesota State and RIT. The game can see

This game is not televised. It can only be seen via streaming on ESPN3 in the United States or the TSN GO app in Canada.

Here is the line-up for Nebraska-Omaha.

As expected, captain Dominic Zombo returns for Nebraska-Omaha after being out since the beginning of February with mono. He is listed as centering the fourth line, however. Ryan Massa is back in goal for the Mavericks after missing UNO's second NCHC playoff game against St. Cloud State. Also of note is that freshman defenseman Grant Gallo has been moved up to forward for this game. Gallo is a big body that UNO's sometimes uses on the power play to create havoc in front of the net.

Here is the line-up for Harvard.

The only change from their ECAC championship game victory over Colgate is freshman Seb Lloyd checking in on the fourth line for Phil Zielonka.

Harvard comes into this game rolling, having won seven of their last eight, including their last three to win the ECAC Tournament. Nebraska-Omaha meanwhile has just one win in their last eight games, including being bounced from the NCHC playoffs in two straight games on their home ice. But these are both very good teams and anything can happen in a one-game winner-take-all scenario, which should make this an exciting game.