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    Golden year

    In March 2014, Clarkson became the first non-WCHA school to win the Women's D-I Hockey Tournament. Though the Golden Knights have lost a few more this season, they hope to return to the podium.  This week: Jan. 29

    Photo: Shelley M. Szwast
  • emerance3 Tightening up

    Tightening up

    Candace and Arlan look at milestones from last weekend, the state of Boston University after being upset by Vermont, how Boston College and Minnesota are doing, the state of the CHA, what teams might move up in the PairWise, and preview next week's Beanpot tournament. Wednesday Women: Jan. 28

    Photo: Melissa Wade
  • 1D3L3398 Close calls

    Close calls

    No. 1 Boston College won a key game against No. 4 Quinnipiac, No. 2 Minnesota rolled, and Mark Johnson got his 350th career win on Saturday when Wisconsin beat Clarkson. Weekend Wrap: Jan. 25

    Photo: Bradley K. Olson
  • 20130209 PRIN6543 Big weekend

    Big weekend

    It's a big weekend, with Cornell facing Harvard on Saturday and Quinnipiac traveling to Boston College and Clarkson facing off against Wisconsin. Candace and Arlan pick the games. Weekend Picks: Jan. 23

    Photo: Shelley M. Szwast
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  • Wednesday Women: Finding form

    Candace and Arlan review what they learned from the big series between Minnesota and Wisconsin and the first battle between Boston College and Boston University, debate finish orders in the ECAC, Hockey East, and the WCHA, look at players having good and bad seasons, and pick the 10 finalists for the Patty Kazmaier Award.

  • Wednesday Women: Dark horses and favorites

    Candace and Arlan preview tonight's Boston College-Boston University game and this weekend's Minnesota-Wisconsin series, discuss the decision by Minnesota-Duluth not to renew Shannon Miller's contract, and debate ECAC dark horses.

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    Minnesota-Duluth's announcement that it won't renew Shannon Miller's contract has sent shock waves through Women's D-I hockey.

  • Wednesday Women: Wrap it up

    In their final discussion of the first half, Candace and Arlan look at whether Harvard and Cornell are back to being threats, ponder Minnesota's shellacking of St. Cloud, and look at which teams are in contention and what games are the ones to watch in the second half.

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    Concussions have knocked some high-profile players out of the women's game, and left them with lasting effects. Part II of a two-part feature.

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