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Clarkson's Tansey Steps Up For Injured Princeton Recruit
Sun, 21 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
Clarkson's Kevin Tansey had only met Neil Doef a couple times.? But when Doef, a Smiths Falls Bears forward and Princeton commit, was injured in Canada East's WJAC game on Sunday, Tansey rushed to help him.? "We obviously found out about Neil through the grapevine," Tansey said. "He’s a player from the Ottawa area and so am I, so we’re all kind of concerned and hoping he pulls through in the ... more »


Eichel, Team USA, Relish Moment at BU
Fri, 19 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
Maybe it was instinctive. After beating Boston University, 5-2, in an exhibition game on Friday night at Walter Brown Arena, most players on the U.S. National Junior Team had already retreated to their locker room. Jack Eichel remained at center ice, giving the stick salute with his BU teammates to the BU fans before leaving for the World Junior Championships with Team USA this weekend. The Americans ... more »


Eichel Shoots Down QMJHL Rumors
Fri, 19 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
Earlier this week, rumors out of Canada again linked Boston University forward Jack Eichel with a potential move to the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League.  On a podcast hosted by SportsNet, hosts Jeff Marek and Sam Cosentino discussed with rumors, with Cosentino remarking that he had heard the rumor from "three good sources" that Eichel was considering leaving BU at the conclusion of the World Junior ... more »


Saturday Night's Alright
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
When the victorious North Dakota players skated off the ice at Denver’s Magness Arena on Saturday night, they did so with the luxury of knowing that their next official game isn’t until January 9, and that more importantly, with 13 wins before the holidays, they’re in a much more comfortable position than they were at this time one year ago. Of course, aside perhaps from their lavish home arena ... more »


LSSU Goalie Aldridge Returns to Junior
Thu, 18 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
Lake Superior State freshman goaltender Kevin Aldridge has decided to leave the team to return to junior, the team said today. Aldridge plans to play again for Fairbanks of the NAHL, the team with which he won a championship last season and was named playoff MVP. “We wish Kevin the best on his return to Fairbanks and in his next steps in his career,” LSSU coach Damon Whitten said in a statement. ... more »


Team of the Week: Nebraska-Omaha
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
College hockey teams talk a lot about the way they start games. Teams want to come out strong. They want to establish the pace and style of game that suits them best. The last thing any team wants to do is fall behind. For Nebraska-Omaha, falling behind has been a bit of theme this season. However, winning those games has become something of a trend just as well. Last Friday night, UNO trailed St. ... more »


Well-Rounded
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
Entering his fifth year, Taylor Holstrom changed his offseason approach. He spent half his summer at Penn State with a group of his teammates. They were on the ice three to four days per week and worked with strength and conditioning coach Cam Davidson. “We pretty much lived at the rink every day,” Holstrom said. Now Holstrom has 18 points, eclipsing his total of 17 from last season. Holstrom ... more »


Arizona State Picks Up AIC Transfer
Tue, 16 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
Arizona State is beginning to add players in anticipation of its first season in Division I. ASU received two verbal commitments today, and announced that David Norris will transfer from American International. Norris' brother, Liam, is already on Arizona State's roster. Norris, a 6-foot-2 sophomore, set a school record last season with 26 assists as a freshman. This season, he has 4 goals and 14 ... more »


Bentley Players High on Scoring Charts Again
Mon, 15 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
The top of the national scoring charts includes many names that college hockey fans may not be accustomed to, which is actually rather common. Four of the top five scorers nationally call Atlantic Hockey their home. And two players that play in an insufficient rink in Watertown, Mass., right down the road from Boston, form arguably the best dynamic duo in the country. Bentley's Andrew Gladiuk is ... more »


Minnesota State Cancels Game With Princeton Because of Flu
Sat, 13 Dec 2014 11:00:00 +0100
Minnesota State's game Saturday night against Princeton has been canceled because of a flu bug that has swept through the Mavericks. The game will be declared "no contest" and there will be no makeup date. Minnesota State defeated Princeton, 5-0, on Friday night. “Several members of our men’s hockey team have come down with the flu and we do not have enough healthy student-athletes to field ... more »