Thursday, March 22, 2007

Thursday News and Notes

Kronschnabel Finally Arrives, Helps Depleted Royals.

“Charlie’s a big body,” said Reading coach Karl Taylor, who has had him on a line with Malcolm MacMillan and captain Chris Bala. “I really like him. He’s very strong on the walls. He seems to be a good team guy and a team leader.
John Murray hopes fans will make lots of noise.

USHL concerned about Fargo arena.

2007 USHL Fall Classic Set.

If computer hardware and broadcasting logistics can be accommodated, all games in the tournament will be carried live on B2 Networks. For people who purchase the season pass, the event will be free of charge. All others can view the games for the usual $6 per game. In addition, real-time scoring can be followed through the USHL's statistical provider, Pointstreak.
Former USHL player giving back to youth hockey.

Stampede announce new captains.

Blue Jackets set record with 8 goals.

Matt DiGirolamo has committed to the University of New Hampshire for the fall of 2008. Matt follows former Black Hawks goalie, Kevin Regan, on the path to New Hampshire.

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