2012 NCAA Hockey schedule: No. 4 Miami (OH) heads to Alaska

The No. 4 Miami (OH) men's hockey team travels to Alaska to take on the Nanooks (6-5-3) this weekend, while Ohio State takes on Michigan State.

The No. 4 Miami (OH) Redhawks men's hockey team is still chasing Minnesota, New Hampshire and Boston College in the USCHO Division I poll, and this weekend they take a long trip to Alaska for a matchup against the Nanooks. The Redhawks (7-2-3) have done most of their damage at home this season, where they own a sterling 5-0-3 record, but on Friday and Saturday they get an opportunity to turn the tide on the road.

Meanwhile, the Ohio State Buckeyes men's hockey team (5-4-3) heads to East Lansing, Mich., for a matchup against the Michigan State Spartans (4-6-2). The Friday game will be broadcast on the Big Ten Network, so if you've been craving hockey here is a chance to see a local school play.

Here is the schedule for this weekend:

Friday, Nov. 30, 2012

7:05 p.m. ET, Ohio State at Michigan State

7:05 p.m. AT, No. 4 Miami (OH) at Alaska

Saturday, Dec. 1, 2012

7:05 p.m. ET, Ohio State at Michigan State

7:05 p.m. AT, No. 4 Miami (OH) at Alaska

See the USCHO.com poll and the full schedule of college hockey action here.

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