Room for improvement at Quinnipiac, despite hot start

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BOSTON, Massachusetts – It hasn't come as easy this season for the Quinnipiac Bobcats. And for the most part, the difficulty hasn't mattered.

The reigning national champions have long been known for their ability to play the same style and get basically the same elite results, year after year after year. But this past offseason, they lost a little more talent than they do most years: their Richter Award-level starting goalie (career .935), half of their top-six forwards (who scored more than a quarter of the team's goals last season), and their two best defencemen (who basically never got scored on and ate big minutes), among others. There was a concern in some corners, even with a number of really good players coming back, that this sea

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