College Hockey schedule 2012: Two winner-take-all tournament games on Sunday


The schedule is light on games on Sunday, but the games all feature high stakes. Here's the college hockey schedule for Sunday, March 10.

There are only three college hockey games taking place on Sunday, but two of them are do-or-die tournament games.

Alaska-Anchorage and Denver get things started on Sunday at 1:07 p.m. ET in Denver. It's been a miserable season for the Seawolves, who will try to get some revenge for the 7-1 drubbing they suffered at the hands of the Pioneers on Friday night. This is the only game of the day that isn't part of a conference tournament, but 12th ranked Denver could use the win.

Lake Superior State and Bowling Green face off at 7:05 p.m. ET, with the winner advancing to the next round in the CCHA Tournament. Lake Superior State took the first game 2-0, but Bowling Green bounced back to take game two 6-3.

Harvard and Dartmouth will also play the third game of a three-game series on Sunday, with the puck dropping at 7 p.m. in Hanover. The Crimson will need to bounce back after a tough 4-1 loss on Saturday night if they want to make it into the second round as the tournament's 12 seed.

You can see the full composite schedule here, courtesy of

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