CBS Sports Features Cornell at Yale on Friday

CBS Sports Network’s college hockey coverage continues on Friday, Nov. 4 (7:30 PM, ET) as *No. 9-ranked Yale takes on Cornell. Play-by-play announcer Ben Holden and analyst Dave Starman call the game, with Shireen Saski reporting. The Network provides live pre-game coverage from Yale’s David S. Ingalls Rink to preview the night’s action and discuss college hockey news from around the country.

Throughout the season CBS Sports Network is airing a series examining the state of college hockey and the major issues facing the sport. This week’s topic of discussion is player development. The series features a candid roundtable discussion with influential college hockey figures, including Boston University coach Jack Parker, Denver coach George Gwozdecky, former Notre Dame coach and Toronto Maple Leafs Vice President of Hockey Operations Dave Poulin and Minnesota Athletic Director Joel Maturi. Adam Zucker hosts and is joined by Starman.

During the game, fans can join the conversation on Twitter using the hash tag #CBSHockey. This week’s Twitter Question of the Week is: Are players turning pro too early?

CBS Sports Network’s college hockey schedule showcases every team ranked in the top 10 of the USCHO Poll, as well as 15 of the nation’s top 20 teams. The Network again features comprehensive Hockey East action, as well as CCHA, WCHA, ECAC and Atlantic Hockey contests.

For more information, including a full programming schedule and how to get CBS Sports Network, go to http://www.cbssportsnetwork.com.

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