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September 30, 2009
HOCKEY EAST ANNOUNCES 2009-10 COMPOSITE TELEVISION SCHEDULE
~50 games to be broadcast involving HEA teams this season~

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At least 50 Hockey East games will be televised
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BOSTON - Hockey East Association Commissioner Joe Bertagna announced on Wednesday the league’s composite television schedule for the upcoming 2009-10 season at the league’s annual media day at Legends Restaurant in the TD Garden.

New England college hockey fans will have access to 50 telecasts involving Hockey East teams in the 26th season of league play, highlighted by NESN’s “Hockey East Friday Night” package and the national contract with ESPNU (indicated in bold). The league will also receive valuable regional and local exposure on Cox Sports in Providence and WABI-TV in Bangor, Maine. Hockey East fans can also watch games live on the internet, as video streaming is available at all league schools, excluding select TV games.

The Hockey East Association is a 10-team Division I college men’s hockey conference and an eight-team Division I women’s league which began play in 2002-03. Founded in 1983, the men’s league has won six NCAA championships in the past 17 years.

2009-2010 HOCKEY EAST COMPOSITE TELEVISION SCHEDULE
Date Game TV Time
Oct. 9 Merrimack at North Dakota FCS 8pm
Oct. 9 Vermont at Denver FSRM 9:30pm
Oct. 10 Merrimack at North Dakota FCS 8pm
Oct. 10 Holy Cross at Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Oct. 16 Michigan State at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
Oct. 17 Michigan State at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
Oct. 18 Boston College at Vermont ESPNU 5pm
Oct. 20 Notre Dame at Boston U. ESPNU 7pm
Oct. 23 Northeastern at New Hampshire NESN 7pm
Oct. 30 Vermont at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
Oct. 30 Massachusetts at Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Nov. 6 Boston College at UNH NESN 7pm
Nov. 8 UNH at UMass-Lowell ESPNU 5pm
Nov. 21 Northeastern at Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Nov. 28 Massachusetts at Quinnipiac NESN 3pm
Dec. 4 Providence at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
Dec. 6 New Hampshire at Vermont ESPNU 3pm
Dec. 11 New Hampshire at Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Dec. 12 Boston College at Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Jan. 2 Massachusetts at Boston U. ESPNU 4pm
Jan. 3 Cornell at New Hampshire ESPNU 3pm
Jan. 8 Boston U. vs. BC (FP) NESN 7:30pm
Jan. 9 UMass-Lowell at Northeastern NESN 7:30pm
Jan. 9 Merrimack at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
Jan. 10 Massachusetts at Northeastern ESPNU 8pm
Jan. 15 Boston University at Providence NESN 7:30pm
Jan. 16 Maine at Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Jan. 22 Boston U. at Boston College NESN 7:30pm
Jan. 24 Vermont at Massachusetts ESPNU 3pm
Jan. 30 Massachusetts vs. Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Feb. 1 Boston College vs. Harvard (BP) NESN 5pm
Feb. 1 Boston U. vs. Northeastern (BP) NESN 8pm
Feb. 5 BC at Massachusetts NESN 7:30pm
Feb. 6 New Hampshire at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
Feb. 6 Vermont at Providence Cox-TV 7pm
Feb. 8 Beanpot Championship Game NESN 8pm
Feb. 12 Maine at Boston University NESN 7:30pm
Feb. 19 Vermont at New Hampshire NESN 7:30pm
Feb. 20 Merrimack at Massachusetts NESN 7:30pm
Feb. 20 UMass-Lowell at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
Feb. 21 Northeastern at Boston College ESPNU 3pm
Feb. 26 Boston University at Vermont NESN 7:30pm
Feb. 28 Boston U. at Vermont ESPNU 3pm
March 5 BC at New Hampshire NESN 7:30pm
March 6 Massachusetts at Maine WABI-TV 7pm
March 7 WHEA Championship Game NESN TBA
March 12 HEA Quarterfinal Playoff Game NESN 7:30pm
March 19 HEA Semifinal Game #1 NESN 5pm
March 19 HEA Semifinal Game #2 NESN 8pm
March 20 HEA Championship Game NESN 7pm
Broadcasts in bold are part of league packages with NESN and ESPNU.
All NESN broadcasts will be preceded by a 30-minute pre-game show.
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