DETROIT - APRIL 08: Connor Knapp #31 of the Miami Redhawks is unable to stop a shot in the second period by the Boston College Eagles on April 8, 2010 during the semifinals of the 2010 NCAA Frozen Four at Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Elsa/Getty Images)
What usually is the greatest day of the year for college hockey is now nothing more than a bad reminder of what went down last night. If you are interested in watching some more college hockey, here is today's TV schedule. Me? I'll probably take a pass.
1:30 PM: (4) Rensselaer vs. (1) North Dakota, ESPN3.com
4:00 PM: (4) New Hampshire vs. (1) Miami, ESPNU or ESPN3.com
5:00 PM: (3) Western Michigan vs. (2) Denver, ESPN3.com
6:30 PM: (3) Minnesota-Duluth vs. (1) Yale, ESPNU or ESPN3.com
7:30 PM: (3) Notre Dame vs. (2) Merrimack, ESPN3.com
9:00 PM: (2) Michigan vs. (4) Colorado College, ESPNU or ESPN3.com
In addition, you can catch a replay of the Notre Dame-Merrimack game at 11:30 PM on ESPNU. The RPI-North Dakota game will be replayed tomorrow at 12:30 on ESPNU, while the Western Michigan-Denver game will be replayed Sunday at 3 PM.
Rooting interest: Gotta stick with the conference and pull for Hockey East. UNH takes on Miami at 4 pm while Merrimack takes on Notre Dame at 7:30. I was all about rooting for Colorado College in the West Regional final, as I think Michigan got lucky with its overtime goal, but after the Tigers scored a goal with less than 10 seconds left last night, I'm not so sure ...
4:30 PM: (8) Butler vs. (2) Florida, CBS
7:05 PM: (5) Arizona vs. (3) Connecticut, CBS
Rooting interest: Root for your bracket if it has any signs of life. I'm rooting for Butler and Arizona.
4:30 PM: DC United at New England Revolution, CSN DC (DirecTV 642)
Rooting interest: Former BC striker Charlie Davies makes his return to New England as United takes on the Revs. #StankyLeg