UNO is picked to finish last, but coaches say new league is balanced

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Posted: Thursday, September 19, 2013 12:00 am

MINNEAPOLIS — If you’re trying to get a handle on just how good and just how competitive the first season of the NCHC is expected to be, maybe Colorado College coach Scott Owens boiled it down best.

“When you’ve got an Omaha and what it has returning offensively, Colorado College and the way it finished at the end of last season, and a Minnesota-Duluth with the talent it has … and those are the bottom three teams in the league,” Owens said. “That tells you the quality.”

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