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Thursday, January 20, 2011

Friday's best

A daily look at the best in the area sport's scene ....

Well, maybe we should have started this in the spring. These snowstorms keep postponing everything and we end up recycling information.

So with another snow storm expected overnight, be mindful some of these could be rescheduled.

But we'll still give it a try.

In high school hockey, No. 1 New Canaan travels to take on No. 3 Hamden today at 4 p.m. If either town cancels school, the game will be made up in two weeks. Read more about this game at Dan Nowak's Spirit Blog

That link will also give you the high school postponements for the day.

In high school boys' basketball, Joe Morelli will be headed to Cross for a key SCC Oronoque game between the Governors and No. 3 Career. For the full Top 10 poll click here

Yale, the No. 1 college hockey team in the nation plays host to Clarskson tonight at 7 p.m.

According to the Yale web site, A limited number of general admission and standing-room-only tickets are available for both games. Call the Yale Ticket Office at 203.432.1400 to order. All reserved seats for both games are sold out.

Basically, if you want to see Yale play before the NCAA tournament in Bridgeport, you'll want to get tickets ASAP. Here's links to the Yale schedule and the game notes

In AHL action for the state, the Connecticut Whale plays host to Hamilton at 7 p.m.

Taking a quick look ahead to Saturday, you'll have UConn men vs. Tennessee at 2 p.m. That game is sold out. The UConn women play host to Pittsburgh at 7 p.m.

Closer to New Haven, Yale plays host to Brown on Youth Day at 2 p.m.

Yale hockey hosts. St. Lawrence at 7 p.m. and Quinnipiac plays host to an exhibition against the US U-18 team.


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