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Saints to open season vs. Maine


CANTON — The St. Lawrence University men’s hockey team’s 2013-14 schedule includes teams from the National Collegiate Hockey Conference, the Western Collegiate Hockey Association and a set of teams from Hockey East in addition to its regular Eastern College Athletic Conference Hockeyslate.

The Saints will open their campaign by hosting the University of Maine on Friday, Oct. 11 and Saturday, Oct. 12 at Appleton Arena as part of the school’s homecoming and Hall of Fame festivities.

St. Lawrence plays at new WCHA member Ferris State on Oct. 18-19 and closes out the month by hosting Northeastern on Oct. 25-26.

The Saints will open its ECAC Hockey schedule with a pair of road trips — first at defending national champion Yale on Nov. 1 at Brown on Nov. 2 — then at Harvard and Dartmouth Nov. 8-9 before hosting Cornell and Colgate on Nov. 15-16.

After playing at RIT on Nov. 22-23, St. Lawrence will play a pair on Nov. 29-30 atthe NCHC’s North Dakota, which finished last season ranked seventh in the nation.

The Saints will host arch-rival Clarkson on Saturday, Dec. 7 and plays against the Golden Knights in Potsdam on Saturday, Jan. 11. St. Lawrence also has two nonconference games with Vermont on the road on Dec. 14 and will host the Catamounts on Jan. 7.

League play resumes for the Saints on Dec. 7 with the first of two games against arch-rival Clarkson and a Dec. 14 game at Vermont closes out the 2013 portion of the schedule. Vermont returns to Appleton Arena on Jan. 7 to start the new year and the rematch with Clarkson in Potsdam is scheduled for Jan. 11.

St. Lawrence will host Carleton University in an exhibition game at 7 p.m. on Oct. 5.

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