college hockey ready to be corrupted.
College hockey is being held back by it’s own blithe spirit of the actual joy of sport. But how long will it stay uncorrupted? An examination.
Written by Kyle Magin
College hockey displays all the telltale signs of desiring major sport status. New arenas, brawny new leagues, TV deals and rosters chock full of pro prospects make the sport as viable, relevant and entertaining as it’s ever been.
But, one thing is holding it back. College hockey still has heart. In today’s climate, that’s a hindrance.
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