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The first 10 teams that arrived to the Fall Classic have wrapped up their two game road trip, and some went out with a bang.
Day two of the Fall Classic is in the book, and 10 teams have completed the first two games to officially get the season underway.
"Consistency. Consistency every day," said head coach David Wilkie. "Work to get better every time they touch the ice or even in the gym." That is the goal for the team as they head into the new year.
Hear from USHL commissioner Bill Robertson about how important of an event the Fall Classic is, and get up to speed on the first five games of the USHL season.

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10 teams get their first game of their season underway at the UPMC Lemieux Sports Complex.
Eastern Conference finalists a year ago, Muskegon head coach Mike Hamilton says "having experienced guys around makes a big difference in a lot of ways"
Over the summer, the Gamblers revamped their coaching staff and acquired a number of new players through trades that will have the team looking very different as they head into the 2022-23 season.
The annual event is taking place at the Lemieux Sports Complex from Sept. 22-25.
"We're on a bus heading here (Pittsburgh) with a team full of promise and potential,” said head coach Eric Rud about the team he has heading into the first week of the new season.
"We want to get really aligned on our culture and our team identity on ice," said Musketeers head coach Jason Kersner, also mentioning the team is off to a great start.

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Practices have been competitive and head coach Mark Carlson has been pleased with how the group is coming together ahead of the start of the 2022-23 campaign.
With a new coach and key players brought in with trades, the Phantoms are locked and loaded for the 2022-23 season.
"We're a young team who seem to keep getting younger," said general manager and head coach Mike Garman. Not only are the young guys coming in great hockey players, but they're hungry to get better making the staff excited about the team at hand.

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