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Get to know Cornell's Head Coach of Men's Hockey, Mike Schafer.
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  • Big Red Bios: Mike Schafer, The Jay R. Bloom '77 Head Coach of Men's Hockey

    Get to know Cornell's Head Coach of Men's Hockey, Mike Schafer.

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