"The whole thing accelerates. I think that creates a problem," Swarbrick said. "They're great Xs and Os guys, but do they understand how to work with the university administration and how to work with donors? Do they understand how to manage young people? I worry about it, especially in football."
"I believe it's only fitting that two of the NHL's legendary Original Six teams will take the ice for the first hockey game in one of America's most iconic athletic facilities," Notre Dame athletic director Jack Swarbrick said. "Hosting two franchises with so many connections to Notre Dame also provides a unique opportunity to celebrate our hockey legacy."