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Denver Pioneers Shake off Adversity to Rocket to Top of NCAA Men’s Hockey

The University of Denver Pioneers were picked by many NCAA Division 1 men's hockey observers to be among a handful of teams poised to challenge for a national title in 2016-17.


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    It's not difficult to find successful people in the game of hockey.  Sidney Crosby is coming off one of the best year's of his hockey life, capturing a Stanley Cup, a Conn Smythe trophy, a World Cup and a tournament MVP award. 

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    It's supposed to be easy.

    Sure, being a hockey parent comes with an equipment bag full of challenges; not the least of which is arriving at the rink to discover your little player has forgotten to pack something inside that equipment bag

    - See more at: http://hockeynow.ca/blog/cornered-coach-avoiding-the-hockey-parent-trap#sthash.QGSfpAbt.dpuf

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