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Joe Meloni has an in-depth story for College Hockey News. In addition to the honor of playing in the games, UMass and Maine will be compensated for giving up a home game for the event according to the Bangor Daily News. UMass will be facing the Vermont Catamounts on January 7th at Fenway Park with a 4pm start. Tickets will be on sale through the Red Sox website as well as through the individual schools.
The rumors became true today as a press conference took place at Fenway Park to announce Frozen Fenway 2012. There are potentially other events and even some community skating lined up, but the college hockey doubleheader between the four New England flagships is the pinnacle of the ice being laid down at Fenway.
The centers for those lines changed quite a bit during the season, but I really think Branden Gracel fits well with the two senior captains.
From the little information out there, it does appear that La Rue played some center in juniors, so it sounds like he’ll have the talent to make it on the second line.
But since this game will take place only a week after playing in sunny Fort Myers, maybe it won’t be the only time we’re thinking hockey while in sweltering temperatures. Tom Caron essentially MC’ed the event which featured Mayor Tom Menino (no huge speech bumbles but he did call us the rarely used “University of Mass” a couple of times), Commissioner Joe Betagna, Red Sox exec Sam Kennedy, and the four respective coaches.
Everyone said…pretty much what you’d expect them to say. It was cool to hear what the different coaches and players (Co-captain T. Syner was there to represent UMass) thought about the upcoming games. For those who have been reading all summer you’ll know that I did a whole thing on who is UMass’ rival.
Just sharing some various links on yesterday’s Fenway game announcement. Here’s the view from UMass’ opponent for the games via the Burlington Free Press.
I see Olczyk as our shutdown defensive forward while Troy Power will continue to give some good two way minutes.
Today UMass hockey was front and center on one of the biggest sports stages in the world. I hope everyone who considers themselves a UMass fan, every alumni, any friend of the university, and any college hockey fan will make sure to be there when UMass takes the….field(? I’m guessing it’ll replace the third we saw last year, which I liked in general but thought the Sam on the jersey was a little too mini-Minuteman for my liking.
As part of the press conference highlights were shown of the Boston College-Boston University game at Fenway from a couple seasons ago where both teams wore unique, and frankly pretty stylish, jerseys. Sam the Minuteman, along with the pair of cats from UNH and UVM, fared well despite the heat on the Fenway field.
That got Toot thinking as to whether it’d be a possibility to do the same for UMass. The same could not be said of Maine’s beloved mascot, Bananas, who passed out and was MIA when the press conference started.
Good news is he is alright and should be up and pushing around shopping carts full of rubber pucks in no time.If La Rue isn’t able to play center, the lines could look like this: Syner Gracel Hobbs Pereira Carzo Sheary La Rue Czepiel Power Tegeler Filiou Olczyk On defense I think it’s a good bet we’ll see Colin Shea, Mike Marcou, Conor Allen, Adam Phillips, and Joel Hanley in there every night.