Yield and Increase in College Hockey

Like Kurt Vonnegut wrote many times:  So it goes. The University of Alabama-Huntsville heard the death knell for its men’s hockey program two weeks ago, thanks to an outgoing interim chancellor with a fetish for finding local talent to stock its athletic programs — something which does not compute when you slide “Alabama” next to “hockey” by any logic. RIP Chargers. Please select your resting place alongside such former luminaries as Illinois-Chicago, Fairfield, Findlay, Iona, Kent State, Wayne State and MIT. Aside from feeling the gut punch from having yet another school’s hockey program fall by the wayside without so …