• Hannah Hoenshell of Penn State tries to move the puck between RIT defenders Danielle Read (2) and Kristina Moss (4) (Omar Phillips)

    Upsets out east

    The first major upset of the year happened, as Penn State knocked off Boston University. Hockey East teams generally struggled, while in the WCHA, Minnesota and Wisconsin dominated conference opponents. Arlan Marttila recaps the action. Weekend wrap: 10/11

    Photo: Omar Phillips
  • Lara Stalder of Minnesota-Duluth (Dave Harwig)

    Weekend picks

    Arlan has bowed out of picking games, but Candace still gives her take. She only has one wrong in the first two weeks of play. Meanwhile, Arlan breaks down how you can see this weekend's games. Picks :: Games

    Photo: Dave Harwig
  • Paige Voight against St. Cloud State on Oct. 2, 2015 (Mike Gridley/Photo: Mike Gridley)

    New program at Merrimack finds postives

    Thought the team lost their two games against St. Cloud last weekend, there was plenty of upside for the players at the latest D-I women's hockey program, the Merrimack Warriors. The team will host the Hockey East tournament this season, which gives them a goal. This week: Oct. 8

    Photo: Mike Gridley
  • Alex Carpenter (BC - 5) - The Boston College Eagles defeated the visiting Syracuse University Orange 10-2 on Saturday, October 4, 2014, at Kelley Rink in Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. (Melissa Wade)

    Season Previews

    Women's columnist Arlan Marttila today looks at Hockey East, where he expects Boston College to emerge again. He favors Minnesota in the WCHA, Mercyhurst in the CHA, and Clarkson in the ECAC. Hockey East :: CHA :: WCHA: ECAC

    Photo: Melissa Wade
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