Oct. 21, 2004
Notre Dame, Ind. – The Notre Dame Fighting Irish hockey team will battle the top-ranked Boston College Eagles on the ice at the Joyce Center, Friday night, Oct. 22 with the opening faceoff set for 7:35 p.m. (EST).
The game is the first of six Notre Dame hockey games that will be televised by Comcast Local, the cable and entertainment network in Detroit. Ben Holden and Lyle Phair will call all the action. The game can be seen in the South Bend area on Comcast Cable Channel 37 which is Comcast SportsNet Chicago.
The game is also available in the Detroit area on Comcast Local and on the east coast via CN-8.
The Irish come into the game with an 0-3-1 record while Boston College is 2-0-0 after defeating UMass-Lowell, 3-2 on Tuesday night. Last season, the Irish traveled to Chestnut Hill, Mass., where they upset then, No. 1 ranked Boston College at the Conte Forum by a 1-0 score.
The remaining Notre Dame games that will appear on Comcast Local are:
Friday, November 12 at Western Michigan Comcast-Local 7:35 p.m.Saturday, December 4 Michigan Comcast-Local 7:05 p.m.Saturday, December 11 at Michigan State Comcast-Local 7:05 p.m.Friday, February 4 Nebraska-Omaha Comcast-Local 7:35 p.m.Saturday, March 5 Michigan State Comcast-Local 7:05 p.m.