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D-I Hockey Struggles To Grow Despite Influx Of Talent; Money Remains Biggest Obstacle

Published in SportsBusiness Daily on 03 / 24 / 17

While the influx of talented players has "been a boon for the sport," D-I men's college hockey has become a "game of musical chairs in which the number of players has increased but the number of chairs has not," according to Gary Santaniello of the N.Y. TIMES. Air Force coach Frank Serratore said, "...

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