Ever since Denver University somewhat surprised the college hockey world by letting George Gwozdecky go (all he did was win 2 national titles there and get DU back to being a national power), there has been a lot of speculation on what he might do next.
In an equally surprising move - Ohio State has let Coach Osiecki go
This is just thinking out loud - but could Ohio State be going after Gwozdecky next?
Coach Gwozdecky is 59 years old and has stated he's not done coaching yet.
I've always thought Ohio State was a sleeping giant in the college hockey world, only without the past. Ohio State has the resources to build a championship program, but they need to find the right guy to build it up, that can recruit - pulling in kids to Columbus.
Gwozdecky certainly has done that at Denver.
The timing certainly seems odd. It's not that Ohio State has dominated the CCHA or anything, but they have gone longer with other coaches before letting them go, and the results really haven't been much different. Is this a case of - they see a guy they feel they MUST have - and now they are going after him?
Could Columbus be his next stop?