Go to your windows 10 search bar and type in "Administrative tools", then find "Event Viewer" open it and go to "Windows Logs" and then expand the "Applications" selection. In there somewhere near the top, you should find 2 error reports related to the crash (it will say superbloodhockey.exe). If you could paste the entire error message here that would be very helpful!
I suspect it might be a missing .dll file related to Windows Media Player because once the game starts it queues the music, and this is a known error I have encountered in the past related to XNA Games. :) You could quickly try reinstalling Windows Media Player to see if it fixes it. If not the error report will tell us what is going wrong.