College Hockey Update: Yes, that’s right, the pool deadline has been extended to 11am Pacific Time on Friday, March 24th.
So, time is running out to submit your picks for this year’s pool.
With the deadline extended to Friday morning, March 24, at 11:00am Pacific Time, we will more than likely accept submissions up to about 11:30am on Friday morning.
NOTE: For any bracket/picks received after 11:30am Friday morning, the entrant will not be eligible to receive points in the pool scoring for any selection of either team in the first game at 11:00am Friday (Boston University vs. North Dakota) at any point in the bracket/picks submitted. This is important because it could make a huge difference in your score, depending on your picks.
If you can’t find your bracket, check your email inbox.
Brackets were emailed out on Monday afternoon, March 20, 2017, at 5:20PM, Pacific Time.
It costs nothing to play, and the winner gets a prize.
Also, send me your picks in a string of winners names in game number order as indicated under the line where you would write the game winner.
An example of this is given below the bracket that was sent to you.
Need a bracket? email to: email@example.com
That’s all for now. Stay tuned, and go Terriers! And send me your picks!!
Past Pool WinnersYear Winner
2017 Olivia Schreader
2016 Jim Esposito
2015 Ken Klein
2014 Erin Toohey
2013 Nick Cruz
2012 Richard Sell
2011 Michael Bettendorf
2010 Jim Slaughter
2009 Seann Sweeney
2008 Mike Shymanski
2007 Seann Sweeney
2006 Ted Bremer
2005 Ph-Uyen Nguyen
2004 Gurney Sloan
2003 Chuck Speare
2002 Charles Wienbar
2001 Jim Slaughter
2000 Ellen Comley
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