Last year was another breakthrough season for the Commonwealth Coast Conference.
The league, one of four in New England, which came into existence in the 2016-17 season when it rebranded the lightly-regarded ECAC Northeast, produced a great title race with four candidates, settled its championship in overtime and sent a second-ever team to the Frozen Four (the University of New England, after Salve Regina reached the national championship game in 2018).
That’s some pretty good momentum to take into 2022-23.
So what can we expect this winter? Let’s answer four burning questions.