- Ex-Canton assistant, Mercyhurst captain Cicero named new assistant women's coach at Rensselaer
- St. Anselm exploring opportunities at Division III level
- Longtime successful junior coach Hauge hired as new assistant at Clarkson
- Former Clarkson assistant Jones added as assistant to Massachusetts-Lowell staff
- Veteran coach, New Hampshire alum Norton takes over behind Tufts bench
- Former D-III coach of the year Dawes tapped to lead inaugural Stevenson men's team in 2016-17
- Bowdoin brings back alum Lozzi as new assistant coach with women's squad
- McLaughlin, Metcalf added to NCAA Division I men's hockey committee
- Valleau bolts Bowling Green after first season for deal with Chicago
- NCHC announces slew of rule, policy changes, including new overtime and shootout format
- WCHA: With three top-10 teams, WCHA's Final Five has some star power in return to St. Paul
- NCHC: Beyond the trophy, St. Cloud State has most to play for at NCHC's Frozen Faceoff
- Hockey East: Of Hockey East's semifinalists, some need playoff title more than others
- Atlantic Hockey: Season at stake for Atlantic Hockey's four remaining teams in championship weekend
- ECAC: ECAC Hockey's final four head to Lake Placid looking for elusive playoff title
- Big Ten: Nothing is guaranteed as all six Big Ten teams reach the league tournament weekend
- From the Press Box: With NCAA seeking 2017 regional hosts, is push for change stalled?
- From the Press Box: With cost of attendance stipend in place (in some places), we wait to see impact
- From the Press Box: Why an online petition could be key to Rutgers' hope for a varsity hockey program
- From the Press Box: Dave Hakstol's route to the NHL: An anomaly or the start of something bigger?
- From the Press Box: An update as leagues, teams start releasing schedules for the 2015-16 season
- From the Press Box: Boston University, North Dakota the favorites in College Hockey Pickem 2015
- In The Corner: Moving the regionals to campus sites a mixed bag with NCAA tournament coaches
- Big Ten Blog: A few thoughts on tournament attendance
- WCHA Blog: Three thoughts from the Final Five
- Atlantic Hockey Blog: Atlantic Hockey Picks, the final results
- Gallery: College players at the U.S. World Junior evaluation camp
- Gallery: College players at the 2015 NHL draft
- Gallery: College players, recruits at the NHL scouting combine
- Gallery: Providence celebrates its first national championship
- Gallery: Providence beats Boston University for the national championship
- Gallery: Wednesday Frozen Four practices
- Gallery: Fans give Omaha a Frozen Four send-off
- Gallery: Omaha beats RIT to advance to the Frozen Four
- Gallery: Providence ends 30-year Frozen Four drought by beating Denver
- Gallery: North Dakota downs St. Cloud State in West Regional final
- At World Juniors camp, Boston University's Greenway gets jump on quicker pace
The lanky winger, a second-round pick by the Minnesota Wild this summer, heads to the Terriers with the experience of the evaluation camp in Lake Placid.
- Reflecting on Amanda Kessel's collegiate career
Though her collegiate career has come to a premature close, Amanda Kessel's legacy at Minnesota is secure. Nicole Haase reports in a special to USCHO about Kessel's impact at Minnesota and in the collegiate game, and also looks at concussions in women's hockey.
- Ahead of his draft day, Eichel distances himself from 'generational' talk
The Boston University center is expected to be the No. 2 pick; where does he fit among the players college hockey has produced?
- Boston College's Hanifin, a top draft prospect, serious about hockey on and off the ice
The defenseman is third in Central Scouting's rankings of North American skaters for the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
- Werenski has high draft hopes, but young Michigan defenseman isn't sure on future plans
He won't turn 18 until July 19, but the Wolverines rising sophomore is ranked eighth in the final Central Scouting rankings.
- Ten years ago, an unusual NHL draft launched memorable pro careers for college players
It wasn't necessarily the highest picks that made the biggest impacts among the college draft class of 2005.
- First NWHL draft stocked with talent
The first draft of the newly formed National Women's Hockey League will have five rounds, and is stocked with the best players in the NCAA, many of whom have Olympic or other experience. Nicole Haase reports in a special to USCHO.
- At NHL scouting combine, Boston University's Greer sells his value in playing roles
He had just seven points in his freshman season, but A.J. Greer was ranked 69th among North American skaters in Central Scouting's final rankings for the 2015 NHL Entry Draft.
- 'Dream come true' for new North Dakota coach Berry
After Dave Hakstol left for the head coaching job with the NHL's Philadelphia Flyers, UND quickly locked up Brad Berry as his replacement.
- NWHL launches to cautious optimism
The launch of the National Women's Hockey League generated a lot of media buzz, but potential players are approaching it with caution. The league would be the first women's league to pay its players. Nicole Haase reports in a special to USCHO.
- Fans celebrate Providence's run to the national title at campus ceremony
A packed crowd occupied Schneider Arena on Tuesday afternoon, with its full focus turned to the video scoreboard that was replaying the final period of last Saturday's NCAA championship game.
- Boston University finally gets too close to the fire in title game loss
One could make the case that the seeds of BU's destruction were sown in the two games leading up to the title contest.
- After hitting reset button, Providence's Gillies plays big down the stretch
The junior allowed a soft goal in the first period but rebounded to make 49 saves.
- Hobey winner Eichel on comparison to Kariya: 'It's the greatest compliment'
The Boston University freshman is just the second rookie to win the award, joining the former Maine star.
- Conference foes Boston University, Providence set for national title matchup
The Terriers and Friars last played in October, long before the teams became what we see today.