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  • 11 Dec 15: Dani Cameranesi (Minnesota - 21), Brittney Anderson (St. Cloud 7). The University of Minnesota Golden Gophers play against the St. Cloud State University Huskies in the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame Game at the Roseville Skating Center in Roseville, MN. (Jim Rosvold)

    Critical matchups

    Minnesota has a crucial series with North Dakota, while Colgate has a huge weekend hosting Princeton and Quinnipiac. Candace gives her picks, and Arlan tells you what to watch. Picks :: What to Watch

    Photo: Jim Rosvold
  • Jenna Dingeldein of Mercyhurst (Tim Brule)

    Poetic license

    With just three weeks to go in the season, Arlan Marttila turns to poetry to describe each team's season and playoff outlook. This week: Poetic license

    Photo: Mercyhurst Athletics
  • Hannah Brandt (22) and Amanda Kessel celebrate Brandt's goal in the 1st period to put the Golden Gophers up 2-0 in the 2013 NCAA Women's Frozen Four Championship game at Ridder Arena in Minneapolis on March 24, 2013.. (Ryan Coleman/Ryan Coleman, USCHO.com)

    She’s back!

    News broke today that former Patty Kazmaier Award winner and U.S. Olympian Amanda Kessel will return to play out the rest of the season for Minnesota, providing an instant boost to an already potent team. Kessel back

    Photo: Ryan Coleman
  • (Shelby Amsley-Benzie-1 North Dakota).26 Jan. 13 St. Cloud State University hosts The University of North Dakota in a WCHA match-up at the National Hockey and Event Center in St. Cloud,MN (BRADLEY K. OLSON)

    Surprises and status quo

    Candace and Arlan discuss Minnesota State's tie with North Dakota, what the Mercyhurst-Syracuse split means in the CHA, Plattsburgh's perfect season, the chaos in the ECAC and bottom half of Hockey East, and the Beanpot results. Wednesday Women: Status quo and surprises

  • BC's Alex Carpenter is chased by Harvard's Lexie Laing in the Beanpot. Carpenter scored twice, and BC won 8-0. (Photo by Melissa Wade)

    BC’s Alex Carpenter is chased by Harvard’s Lexie Laing in the Beanpot. Carpenter scored twice, and BC won 8-0. (Photo by Melissa Wade)

     

    Eagles soar

    Megan Keller scored twice and added an assist, Makenna Newkirk had three assists, and five other players had multi-point nights as Boston College cruised past Harvard, 8-0, in the opening round of the Beanpot, while Northeastern edged Boston University, 3-2. Scoreboard

    Photo: Melissa Wade
  • Melissa Samoskevich (Quinnipiac - 11). (Shelley M. Szwast)

    Holding tight

    The top four teams all won this weekend, though some, such as Minnesota, had closer battles than others. Quinnipiac has the ECAC in a lock hold after this weekend, while the CHA remains chaotic. Arlan Marttila recaps the weekend. Weekend wrap: Jan. 31

    Photo: Shelley M. Szwast
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  • Wednesday Women: Surprises and status quo

    Candace and Arlan discuss Minnesota State's tie with North Dakota, what the Mercyhurst-Syracuse split means in the CHA, Plattsburgh's perfect season, the chaos in the ECAC and bottom half of Hockey East, and the Beanpot results.

  • Wednesday Women: The haves and the in-betweens

    Candace and Arlan look at teams like North Dakot and Bemidji State, which sit just on the cusp, ponder whether Princeton and Northeastern can maintain winning streaks, and consider which teams have surprised positively and which have surprised negatively.

  • Wednesday Women: Close calls for the favorites

    Candace and Arlan discuss Minnesota's tough series with Minnesota State, North Dakota's sweep of Minnesota-Duluth, the CHA, ECAC, and Hockey East races, and prognosticate on likely Patty Kazmaier Award nominees.

  • Wednesday Women: Returns

    After two weeks of the second half, Candace and Arlan ponder all the standings races, whether BC showed vulnerability in its win over BU, and what the possible return of Amanda Kessel could mean to Minnesota's fortunes.

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    Former Harvard Crimson and Team USA star Angela Ruggiero became just the fourth woman inducted into the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame.

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