- Aug 26, 2011
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They deleted and replaced original tweets - all better.
The one word to describe this years team… depth
-> Overall, there’s balance at all three levels and despite a few questions marks, there are no glaring holes. Injuries or random departures can always change things, but this should be UConn’s most talented roster ever — the third consecutive year which that can be said. <-
Can’t wait to see a live game!
-> It’s officially one month until UConn men’s hockey begins its 2021-22 campaign. The Huskies will host Sacred Heart on Oct. 2 at the XL Center — for what will be their first game downtown in 583 days.
Although the players returned to campus this past weekend along with the rest of the student body, UConn won’t start practice until Tuesday, Sep. 7 — head coach Mike Cavanaugh likes to give the team a week to settle in and get a head start on the new semester before opening the preseason. <-
-> Once the skates go on, UConn is limited to just four hours of on-ice work per week, which Cavanaugh plans to spread out across four, one-hour sessions each week. They’ll have 16 practice sessions before playing Sacred Heart. <-