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- Former Utica goaltender Therrien joins Plymouth State coaching staff
- Stewart joins New Hampshire staff as associate head coach
- Carr gets promotion to associate head coach at Merrimack
- North Dakota goalie Zane Gothberg changes name to Zane McIntyre
- NCHC announces creation of Rudolph award for officials' achievement
- Clarkson women's assistant, former Wayne State goalie Kelly named to USA Hockey women's scouting post
- Citing a career change, New Hampshire assistant Tortorella leaves the Wildcats' bench
- Maine women add former St. Cloud State goalie Newell as new assistant coach
- Western Michigan loses second associate head coach as Ferschweiler moves to AHL's Griffins
- Former Babson player Griffin reportedly drowns in Nantucket harbor
- 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
- From the Press Box: Should responsibility for issuing suspensions move from referees to conferences?
- 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
- 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
- On his way to St. Cloud State, defenseman Ilvonen eyes Finnish World Juniors spot
At 5-foot-8 and 157 pounds he's small for the blue line, but his speed and intelligence make up for it.
- With camp done and some chemistry found, World Junior hopefuls set for return to college
A top line of Boston University's Jack Eichel, Boston College's Alex Tuch and Michigan's Tyler Motte emerged as having strong potential.
- Harvard's Malone gets valuable offseason competition time at World Junior camp
Crimson sophomore-to-be Sean Malone didn't make the initial U.S. team cut at Lake Placid, but he played his gritty style.
- Offseason conditioning a top priority, especially after a humbling campaign
At Boston University, the rallying cry after a 10-21-4 finish in David Quinn's first season is simple: "Never again."
- Rud and Scanlan search for new paths to the top of the WCHA
New coaches hope to rebuild at St. Cloud, Bemidji
- Another title under the belt for former Neumann forward Hedden as KHL awaits
Mike Hedden helped the Knights win the NCAA Division III title in 2009, then added an AHL Calder Cup championship last season. Next, he's headed to Europe.
- Fogarty wants to install up-tempo, creative style at Princeton
The new Tigers coach says the offensive system he's bringing will give players chances to take risks.
- Having learned from some skilled coaches, Berard sets off on his own at Holy Cross
David Berard isn't planning an overhaul of the Crusaders program but looks to make his mark incrementally.
- History, rankings suggest 2014 NHL Entry Draft's opening round could be good for collegians
Even-numbered years have produced many first-round picks of college-connected players, and NHL rankings show as many as five could be taken this year.
- For Boston University recruit Phelps, NHL Entry Draft offers another chance to be hidden gem
The former Shattuck-St. Mary's standout is ranked 163rd among North American skaters by NHL Central Scouting.
- Commentary: Holy Cross can cast a wide net in search for Pearl's replacement
The Crusaders have a recognizable brand to attract a coach, Dan Rubin writes.
- Keys for new Colorado College coach Haviland: teaching, building relationships
He inherits a seven-win team, but the veteran pro coach sees potential in a group that played in 17 one-goal games last season.
- For players right out of college, World Championship can serve as pro springboard
The tournament provides a brief preview and a small indicator of where these young players are at when it comes to pro readiness.
- 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.