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- Former Wisconsin coach Eaves hired at St. Olaf
- Mercyhurst assistant Gardner tabbed coach for 2017 Maccabiah Games; St. Michael's coach Fratkin to assist
- Army West Point to have twins on bench after Chris McKelvie named new assistant coach
- Robert Morris adds forward in Massachusetts-Lowell transfer Louria
- Atlantic Hockey hands DeGregorio three-year contract extension to remain commissioner through 2018-19 season
- Canton promotes assistant coach, former Clarkson blueliner Boak to head coaching position
- Cornell, New Hampshire will play Madison Square Garden Thanksgiving weekend 2016
- Serratore, Air Force agree to contract extension through 2020-21 season
- Niagara associate coach Madsen going home, will coach NAHL's Wilderness
- Longtime Massachusetts-Dartmouth coach Rolli retiring, effective July 1
- WCHA: In WCHA Final Five, 'whoever's left standing after this weekend is going to have earned it'
- Hockey East: A postseason rivalry resumes in the Hockey East semifinals
- NCHC: Previous games set the tone for NCHC Frozen Faceoff semifinals
- Big Ten: Michigan has earned its momentum heading into postseason, Berenson says
- Atlantic Hockey: Rotolo's return gives RIT a boost in Atlantic Hockey playoffs
- ECAC: Thanks to Grant, Dartmouth has hopes of first NCAA bid in 36 years
- From the Press Box: Plandowski to Beaufait to Plandowski, 25 years later
- Hobey Watch: One final straw poll before the Hobey Hat Trick is revealed
- From the Press Box: 0.06 percent of brackets are perfect after 10 NCAA tournament games
- From the Press Box: North Dakota the favorite in 2016 NCAA tournament, according to College Hockey Pickem brackets
- Hobey Watch: Connor's big weekend helps solidify spot atop Hobey Watch straw poll
- From the Press Box: With Notre Dame's move to the Big Ten, the conference arms race is back on
- Big Ten Blog: A new champion, a strong argument for the Hobey Baker Award, and a single NCAA entry
- ECAC Blog: Dog days of Quinnipiac's season seem a distant memory
- Hockey East Blog: The fallout from championship weekend
- WCHA Blog: Three things, March 20
- Gallery: North Dakota celebrates its eighth national title
- Gallery: Quinnipiac, North Dakota play for the national championship
- Gallery: Open skate, preparations for Frozen Four championship game
- Gallery: Friday brings autographs, awards at the Frozen Four
- Gallery: Quinnipiac, North Dakota practice on eve of championship game
- Gallery: North Dakota downs Denver in Frozen Four semifinals
- Gallery: Quinnipiac beats Boston College in Frozen Four semifinals
- Gallery: Frozen Four teams practice at Amalie Arena
- Gallery: Quinnipiac downs UMass-Lowell for its second Frozen Four berth
- Gallery: Denver defeats Ferris State for Frozen Four berth
- WCHA administrators see host of benefits in moving postseason to campus sites
Fewer teams will have to travel, which could make for more rested teams as they enter the NCAA tournament.
- Before going separate ways, Michigan trio enjoys Team USA assignment together
JT Compher, Kyle Connor and Tyler Motte had so much success together in the United States this past college season for Michigan they thought they'd give their CCM Line a try in Russia.
- In returning to college hockey and the North Country, St. Lawrence's Morris turns the page
"I've never lost my passion for college hockey and I never wanted to leave," the new Saints coach said. "My next best option was to try and work my way back."
- Lang goes home to American International with a new blueprint for the program
The former Yellow Jackets player replaced Gary Wright, who had led the program since 1984.
- Back home, North Dakota celebrates eighth title with thousands of fans
The Fighting Hawks defeated Quinnipiac on Saturday to win the school's first title since 2000.
- 'Keeping the foot on the gas' propels North Dakota to a championship
Drake Caggiula broke the national championship game open with two third-period goals.
- Different circumstances, same result for Quinnipiac in championship loss
Bobcats coach Rand Pecknold credited North Dakota: "That's the best team in college hockey."
- For Boston College's Demko, winning Mike Richter Award 'really special to me'
He's the third recipient of the award honoring the top goaltender in Division I men's college hockey.
- Harvard's Vesey on Hobey: 'I'm lucky enough that they chose me'
The senior forward and two-time Hobey Hat Trick finalist is the fourth Harvard player to win the award.
- Humanitarian recipient Chris Dylewski an 'extra-extraordinary' figure in community service, leadership
The Air Force goaltender is the 2016 recipient of the Hockey Humanitarian Award, presented by BNY Mellon Wealth Management.
- Frozen Four finalists similar, but Quinnipiac has last change against North Dakota
The Bobcats are looking for their first national title, while the Fighting Hawks are going for their eighth and first since 2000.
- Power play again fails to click for Denver; finishes 0-for-23 against North Dakota
The Pioneers were 0-for-4 in Thursday's Frozen Four semifinal loss.
- North Dakota's CBS Line makes big plays to advance to biggest game
In Thursday's 4-2 semifinal win over Denver, North Dakota relied on the big players who have been go-to guys all season long.
- Stunning early mistakes cost Boston College dearly in Frozen Four loss
The Eagles were flat at the start and fell into a two-goal deficit from which they couldn't fully recover in the Frozen Four semifinal against Quinnipiac.
- Shunned by national awards, Quinnipiac's Garteig shines when it counts
The Bobcats goaltender made two big saves in the closing moments of a Frozen Four victory over Boston College.