ST. PAUL, Minn. — The Colorado College hockey team is hoping some offseason moves are going to help it move up in the NCHC. The Tigers replaced head coach Mike Haviland with Kris Mayotte, a former assistant coach at Michigan (2019-21), Providence College (2014-19) and St. Lawrence (2012-14). Colorado College is also moving into a new home on campus, the 3,407 capacity arena. Mayotte and senior defenseman Bryan Yoon preview the 2021-22 season during NCHC Media Day for the Tigers, who were 4-17-2 last season.
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