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Boston College Hockey vs. Colorado College: Game Time, How To Watch/Listen, Previews and More

Eagles take flight to Colorado for the weekend

Dustin Satloff for BC Interruption

After a big blowout win over Wisconsin in their home opener last Friday, BC heads back on the road for two games at struggling Colorado College. The first game of the series takes place tonight in Colorado Springs. As always, BCI's got you covered.

Game Facts

Boston College (2-1-0, 0-0-0 HEA)
Colorado College (0-4-0, 0-0-0 NCHC)

Date: Friday, October 23, 2015
Puck Drop: 9:37 PM ET / 7:37 PM MT

Venue: Broadmoor World Arena, Colorado Springs, Colo. (capacity: 3,000)

How To Watch

The game will be streamed online via NCHC.TV. You'll have to pay for the stream. A one day, one school pass is $14.95, but a monthly pass is $16.95, so I'd recommend going with that option if you plan on watching both games. You could also opt for the full NCHC monthly pass for $24.95 if you want to watch the rest of the league's content. $16.95 feels a bit steep but it's not bad for two games; $8ish is pretty normal for a per game price.

If you live in the Colorado Springs area, the game will be broadcast on Comcast Entertainment Television locally. Check local listings and the Comcast Entertainment TV site here.

How To Listen

The online radio broadcast can also be streamed via (free). Matt Pauley and John Barnett will be on the call. It will not be on terrestrial radio in the Boston area.

How To Follow Along

We will be posting updates on BC Interruption. You can also follow live stats thru

On Twitter, follow the official BC Hockey twitter account @BCHockeyNews, as well as our twitter feeds: @bcinterruption@joegrav@salzano14 and @laurbear90.

Essential Reading Game Preview Game Notes
What We Learned From BC vs. Wisconsin
BCI Q&A With CC Beat Writer Joe Paisley

Hockey East Out of Town Schedule

Minnesota Duluth at Notre Dame: 6 PM
Lowell at Merrimack: 7 PM
UNH at UMass: 7 PM
Ohio State at Providence: 7 PM
U. of New Brunswick at Maine: 7 PM
North Dakota at Vermont: 7:05 PM
Northeastern at Minnesota: 8 PM