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  • USCHO Live!: Oct. 21: Season debut with our columnists in a two-hour USCHO Live!

    It's a special two-hour edition of USCHO Live!, previewing the 2014-15 season. Our ...

  • WCHA Blog: Three things I think I learned this weekend

    An interesting weekend in nonconference play for the WCHA (and a couple conference games, too). Here are three things I think I learned.1. Alaska state Of mindBoth Alaska and Alaska Anchorage are undefeated following this weekend's Brice Alaska GOAL Rush. Both teams beat ...

  • Big Ten Blog: Goals, youth, and the challenge of keeping a lead

    What a telling weekend of nonconference play. Three things:1. The Badgers and Buckeyes can't buy a goal. Okay, so that's an exaggeration. Wisconsin did score once in two games in Green Bay against Northern Michigan, losing 2-0 and 4-1, and Ohio State scored once in each ...

  • Hockey East Blog: Teams sweeping, splitting, and... uh-oh, getting swept

    I think I learned these three things this week.1. Vermont is better than I thought, and Notre Dame completed an important sweep.These two teams both swept this weekend, but I thought Vermont's was the more significant. I was surprised and impressed when the ...

  • Women's D-I Blog: Women's D-I wrap: Oct. 19

    Gophers continue to vex Badgers No. 2 Minnesota found itself in the unfamiliar role of underdog as it traveled to Madison to meet No. 1 Wisconsin. The rest of the weekend followed recent tradition: the Gophers came home with vastly different victories, 4-1 and 2-1.On Friday, ...

  • NCHC Blog: Three things: Oct. 19

    Denver's goaltending looks fine     Coming into this season, the big question surrounding the Denver Pioneers, last year's NCHC tournament champs, was how they would do without their starting goaltender, Sam Brittain, who played the lion's share of games for Denver ...

  • Atlantic Hockey Blog: Three Things: October 19, 2014

    Three things from the past weekend in Atlantic Hockey:History repeatsStop me if you've heard this before. Canisius and Army play a two game series, with the Golden Griffins coming out on top in Game One. In 2012 it was a 5-1 victory over the Black Knights on Friday. In 2013 the ...

  • ECAC Blog: ECAC Hockey stratifying ahead of Ivy season

    UC, CU setting the pace Leading the pack out of the gate, Union and... well... the 'Gate are making convincing October arguments for national relevance.Of the 53 active D-I programs (the six Ivies drop the puck on exhibition games next weekend), Union is one of ten remaining ...

  • Big Ten Blog: Pickin' the Big Ten: Oct. 17-18

    Five Big Ten teams are in action this week. First, let's see how Drew Claussen and I did picking last weekend.Last week Drew: 3-4-1 (.437) Paula: 2-5-1 (.313)Season Drew: 4-4-1 (.500) Paula: 3-5-1 (.368)So there's that. At least I called the split in Columbus ... ...

  • Hockey East Blog: Hockey East picks: Oct. 17-21

    Just like Hockey East teams out-of-conference, neither Dave nor I posted a very good record in week one. Still, I have a one-game lead on the old man.Jim last week: 8-5-1 Jim to-date: 8-5-1 Dave last week: 7-6-1 Dave to-date: ...

  • Women's D-I Blog: Women's D-I picks: Oct. 17

    Well, thanks to a tie between New Hampshire and Syracuse, Arlan and I both went 12-2-8 (.727), moving to 29-4-8 (.804) on the year. There are some big series this weekend, especially out west, so let's see how we can do.Friday, Oct. 17Rensselaer at New ...

  • WCHA Blog: WCHA picks, Oct. 17-18

    It's the second full week of the season, and Jack and I are wondering how to pick better. Each of us correctly called some splits last week but picked the wrong teams on the wrong nights. Based on the Frederick-Wellens rules of last year, those go down as losses on our records. So it goes. But as a ...

  • Atlantic Hockey Blog: Atlantic Hockey Picks, October 17-18

    Last week: Dan: 9-7-0 (.563) Chris: 11-5-0 (.688) This Week's Picks: Friday, October 17 and Saturday, October 16 Canisius at Army Dan: Army proved last week that their defense is capable of earning wins if they get ...

  • NCHC Blog: NCHC Weekend picks: Oct. 17

    Well, after Matthew took a big lead from the games on Friday, I rallied, and thanks to Minnesota-Duluth's win on Sunday over Notre Dame, Matthew and I both went 9-5 (.555) in our opening week.Every team but St. Cloud is in action this week. Let's see how we can do.Friday-Saturday, ...

  • ECAC Blog: ECAC Hockey Picks: Oct. 17 - Oct. 21

    Six ECAC Hockey teams are in action Friday and Saturday, with each of them facing the same opponents both nights. Here's a look at the matchups.Northeastern at No. 6 Colgate7 p.m. Friday/SaturdayThe Raiders opened with a two-game split at St. Cloud State last weekend, while the ...

  • Atlantic Hockey Blog: Three Things: October 13, 2014

    The first weekend of hockey is in the books, which means it's time to review the weekend that was.  Check back all season long for our observations.  Let's kick it off with three things from the first games of the 2014-2015 season:The Champ Is HereDespite being ...

  • ECAC Blog: Four banners and two wins for the Dutchmen

    The last time Union raised a banner at Messa Rink, things didn't end so well for the Dutchmen. Union lost 4-1 to Merrimack on opening night two seasons ago.It was a little better this time around, as ...

  • Women's D-I Blog: Weekend wrap: 10/12

    Competition tightens up The 28 teams that don't belong to the Ivy League have played between two and six games apiece, and only two of them still have perfect records. One of those teams, No. 2 Wisconsin looks destined for the top spot in the poll after throttling Ohio State by a ...

  • WCHA Blog: Three things I learned about the WCHA this week

    1. Exhibitions mean nothing Minnesota State played Trinity Western on Sunday night and won 12-1. Nebraska Omaha played Northern Alberta on Monday and lost 4-0. What was learned from those preseason games? When the Mavericks played the Mavericks on Friday night in Omaha, the answer was ...

  • NCHC Blog: NCHC experiences topsy-turvy opening weekend

    Anyone expected NCHC teams to come flying off the blocks this last weekend and tear into its nonconference opposition will have come away at least a little disappointed.Unless he or she only paid attention on Saturday and Sunday. Better times were had then.Seven of the league's eight ...

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