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  • From the Press Box: Graphic: Division I men's scoring heading toward another record low

    [caption id="ps_captionIns" align="alignnone" width="500"] Picking the puck out of the back of the net has become a less-frequent occurrence (photo: Jim ...

  • Hockey East Blog: Hockey East picks - Mar. 6-8

    I picked up two games on Dave last weekend, but still have a massive hill to climb, particularly as I don't expect Dave to pick too differently from me in this first round of the playoffs. Because these series are best two-of-three, we will pick all three games, even if we believe there will be a ...

  • Atlantic Hockey Blog: Atlantic Hockey Picks, March 6-8

    Last week: Dan: 5-5 Chris: 3-7 On the season: Dan: 121-73-27 (.609) Chris: 125-69-27 (.627)  This Week's Picks Atlantic Hockey Playoffs - First Round Best of Three Series Friday, March 6 - Sunday, March 8 No. 11 Niagara at No. 6 Holy ...

  • Big Ten Blog: Pickin' the Big Ten: March 6-7

    It's the penultimate week of the regular season. Yes, I wait all year to be able to use that word.Last week Drew Claussen: 2-4-0 (.333) Paula Weston: 4-2-0 (.666)Season Drew: 71-61-10 (.535) Paula: 63-66-11 (.496)I can still hold out some hope ...

  • WCHA Blog: WCHA picks: March 6-7

    Well, here we are. The final week of the regular season. And, like last year, there remains much to be decided, including the regular-season championship, the final home-ice spot for the league tournament as well as the final playoff spot. The theme of the weekend from the league coaches seems to ...

  • Women's D-I Blog: Women's D-I picks: March 6

    Well, I correctly picked every series but one last week (RIT-RMU), but I didn't do so well in picking all the games, so this weekend, I'm only picking the first one. Last week, I went  22-7 (.758), which is actually pretty respectable. Let's see how I do this week.Friday, March ...

  • NCHC Blog: NCHC picks: March 5

    Well, I don't see any way for Matthew to catch me, so I think I've won our season picks race. Last week, both Matthew and I went 1-4-3 (.312), as the games we picked differently ended in ties. On the year, I am 107-49-13 (.671) and Matthew is 100-56-13 (.630).Let's get to the final ...

  • ECAC Blog: ECAC Hockey first round picks: March 6-8

    12 Princeton at 5 Dartmouth Princeton did not win a single game outside of Hobey Baker Rink this season, going 0-10-1 on the road in league play and 0-12-2 away from home overall. The Tigers only scored three goals or more three times all season, and only once in 2015 (in a 4-1 win - at ...

  • Men's D-III Blog: Conference tournament final picks: March 5

    [caption id="ps_captionIns" align="alignnone" width="500"] Senior Jed McGlasson hopes to lead ...

  • Bracketology Blog: Two weeks out, and it's time to watch for teams falling off the bubble

    [caption id="ps_captionIns" align="alignnone" width="500"] NInth overall seed Providence and 10th overall seed Boston College both could be in line for a move to ...

  • USCHO Live!: Umile, Koepke join us March 3 on USCHO Live!

     Our scheduled guests for the March 3, 2015, edition of USCHO Live! are New ...

  • Men's D-III Blog: Weekend wrap: March 2

    [caption id="ps_captionIns" align="alignnone" width="500"] Oswego goalie Matt Zawadzki ...

  • Big Ten Blog: Three things as the regular season wanes

    Two of my observations this week come from a single post-game press conference.1. Red Berenson thinks that this Michigan team has potential -- as in postseason potential.The Michigan coach never said as much outright, but the way he talked about his squad after the ...

  • ECAC Blog: ECAC Hockey's opportunists and squanderers

    First-round matchups •12 Princeton at 5 Dartmouth: Dartmouth swept the series, 2-0-0, by a 7-3 aggregate score. •11 Brown at 6 Harvard: The teams split the series, 1-1-0, with each team winning at home; Harvard out-scored Brown by a 7-3 aggregate. •10 Union at 7 Cornell: ...

  • NCHC Blog: Three things: March 1

    No. 1 thrice North Dakota, which before last weekend's series against St. Cloud was ranked No. 1 in the USCHO Men's D-I poll, is now the top dog in a couple of other places as well.Thanks to UND's sweep of St. Cloud and the tie between Minnesota State and Michigan Tech, North ...

  • Women's D-I Blog: Women's D-I wrap: March 1

    Sweeping up A dozen of the 14 quarterfinal series played across the four conferences resulted in sweeps, two of those accomplished by the road team. While much of the action went according to script, there were also some upsets, overtimes, and comebacks in the mix.The field of ...

  • Hockey East Blog: Finally crowning the champ, cream rising to the top and PairWise concern

    Boston University clinched a share of the regular-season title more than a week ago but the league was waiting until the Terriers clinch outright to present the trophy. The fact that took a while leads the three things I learned this week:1. The Terriers are champs ... ...

  • WCHA Blog: Three thoughts, March 1

    1. Cup cometh later? Minnesota State went into the weekend with hopes of clinching the MacNaughton Cup for the first time. That didn't happen, thanks to Michigan Tech goalie Jamie Phillips' 43-save performance in a 1-1 tie on Friday. But the Mavericks sure looked the inevitable league ...

  • Atlantic Hockey Blog: Three Things: March 1, 2015

    Oh, what a weekend it was. It all began where it ends Rochester, N.Y., will become the center of the Atlantic Hockey universe in less than three weeks' time when four teams converge for the conference championship weekend. So it's fitting that we really start the "Road To Rochester" in ...

  • Atlantic Hockey Blog: Atlantic Hockey Playoff Race: February 28, 2015

    More spots clinched, more spots up for grabs. Let's take a look at what was clinched last night and what could happen tonight:What Was Clinched Last Night:-Canisius clinched the #2 seed by beating Air Force, 4-1. ...

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