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- In Aaron Kemp, WCHA sees 'passionate' new women's commissioner
- Clarkson co-head coach Shannon Desrosiers steps down
- New Hampshire tabs former Yale coach Witt to guide women's team
- Lassonde leaves Denver, named new associate coach at Dartmouth
- Northeastern women promote Pellegrini to associate head coach
- Laylin tabbed new head coach at Hamline
- Gaudreau's 80-point season for Boston College earns player of the year honors
- Hat trick of trophies makes Union's Bennett the choice as top coach
- 43-point debut season makes Quinnipiac's Anas USCHO's rookie of the year
- Four Union players land on 2014 All-USCHO teams
- NCHC: Upsets pave the way to the NCHC's inaugural Frozen Faceoff
- Hockey East: Crazy quarterfinals give way to unpredictable semifinals in Hockey East
- WCHA: One last grind in the WCHA season for teams that survived quarterfinals
- Big Ten: Compact postseason could be advantageous for Big Ten's lower seeds
- Atlantic Hockey: Road to Rochester is via the road for an unprecedented three Atlantic Hockey teams
- ECAC: An old new look for ECAC Hockey as top four teams head to Lake Placid
- ECAC Blog: Union College: It's got a ring to it
- Hobey Watch: Some final thoughts before Johnny Gaudreau gets the award
- Hobey Watch: One tough decision in predicting the 2014 Hobey Hat Trick
- From the Press Box: Consider Sunday a test for the neutral-site regional format
- From the Press Box: Only 7 percent of brackets are unblemished, and the Friday No. 4 seed strikes again
- From the Press Box: Here's how the championship predictions break down in College Hockey Pickem 2014
- Hobey Watch: Where the predictions missed, and what's at stake before the vote takes place
- ECAC Blog: ECAC Hockey back on the national stage
- Big Ten Blog: Minnesota set to play Robert Morris in NCAA West Regional
- Big Ten Blog: Wisconsin draws North Dakota in the NCAA tournament
- Gallery: Union celebrates its first national championship
- Gallery: Union beats Minnesota for the 2014 NCAA championship
- Gallery: Union, Minnesota practice on Frozen Four Friday
- Gallery: Minnesota stuns North Dakota with last-second goal in national semifinal
- Gallery: Union advances to its first Frozen Four championship game
- Gallery: Wednesday at the Frozen Four
- Gallery: Minnesota shuts out St. Cloud State in West Regional final
- Gallery: Boston College overcomes Massachusetts-Lowell in Northeast Regional final
- Gallery: Minnesota, St. Cloud State make it an all-Minnesota regional final
- Gallery: North Dakota beats Ferris State in second overtime for Frozen Four berth
- Notebook: Future's bright for Union, Minnesota
Crunching the numbers, finding the tidbits and looking at bright futures after the title game at the 2014 Frozen Four in Philadelphia.
- When it comes to plus-minus, Union's Gostisbehere proves to be a big plus
Analysts debate the value of plus-minus as a yardstick for player performance. But there was no debating the performance of plus-7 Shayne Gostisbehere in the national championship game.
- Union completes two-decade journey in a two-minute explosion
It took nearly two decades for Union to transition from an afterthought to a national contender. But it took fewer than two minutes to propel the Dutchmen to their first national championship.
- His teammates pick up Stevens, then the Union goalie returns the favor
Union goalie Colin Stevens needed his teammates to pick him up after two goals. He then returned the favor. David H. Hendrickson reports from the Frozen Four in Philadelphia.
- Minnesota rues stretch where 'we hung our goalie out to dry'
The Gophers allowed three goals in 1:54, turning a one-goal lead into a two-goal deficit against Union.
- Gaudreau beat the odds on his way to the Hobey Baker Award
Though he eventually became known as Johnny Hockey, leading the nation in scoring the last two years and being named the 2014 winner of the Hobey Baker Award, Johnny Gaudreau has had to endure times that tested his belief in himself.
- National championship foes Minnesota, Union take time to regroup
The emotions in one-goal victories for each side required some time to settle back in before Saturday's Frozen Four title game.
- 'Selfless' Holl comes up big for Minnesota
Senior defenseman Justin Holl scored with 0.6 seconds left to put the Gophers in the championship game.
- Final play difficult for North Dakota to digest
North Dakota lost 2-1 at Wells Fargo Center to its archrival, but the last team into this year's NCAA tournament did many things right in the game.
- Faces of a rivalry: 'This feels right. It's how it should be.'
Fans of Minnesota and North Dakota were on the edge of their seats in the Frozen Four semifinals.
- Notebook: Buzzer beater believed to be latest regulation winner in Frozen Four history
Justin Holl scored with 0.6 seconds left to lift Minnesota past North Dakota in the Frozen Four semifinals.
- Timely Union penalty kill helps Dutchmen advance to Frozen Four championship game
While the pattern in the postseason for Union has been to stymie opponents with quick bursts of goals, it was a timely penalty kill that helped the Dutchmen advance to Saturday's national championship game.
- Notebook: Union's Gostisbehere staying in the present as Philly questions continue
Union junior defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere was a third-round draft pick of the Philadelphia Flyers in 2012, and the local media has been, well, pressing him about his plans following Saturday's game.
- In just over five minutes, Boston College sees golden opportunity turn to disaster
The Eagles had a chance to tie the Frozen Four semifinal against Union on a five-minute power play but ended up falling behind by two goals shortly thereafter.
- 2014 Humanitarian Award recipient Reppucci succeeds with sport-based initiatives
He earned this award, bestowed annually by the Hockey Humanitarian Award Foundation, thanks to his extensive charitable activity, and the skills he's honed at Holy Cross have come in handy in that regard.