Niagara Gazette

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July 30, 2013

NU hockey can't fall behind

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Niagara Gazette — But it's tough to be the Mets when the Yankees are in town. If Niagara wants to take advantage of the potential changing landscape, it needs to make some changes of its own.

The simplest way would be to beat the Griffs on the ice. All the perks that come from residing in Pegulaville won't matter if they're not winning.

But the NU brass should think outside the box, too. There's an opportunity available to become a premier program, and no one will be happy on Monteagle Ridge if it's Canisius flourishing.

Respond to Gazette sports reporter Mike Meiler on Twitter @mikemeiler or via email at mike.meiler@niagara-gazette.com.

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