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FRIDAY ROUNDUP: On night of ties and upsets, No. 5 Boston College, Michigan, St. Cloud prevail

FRIDAY ROUNDUP: On night of ties and upsets, No. 5 Boston College, Michigan, St. Cloud prevail

No. 5 Boston College rallied from an early 2-0 deficit, scoring the game's final three goals to defeat No. 13 UMass Lowell, 3-2 on Friday (Photo by Rich Gagnon)
USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Surging Denver travels to play Omaha in key NCHC series

USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Surging Denver travels to play Omaha in key NCHC series

If you want to see an example of two teams that have been on divergent paths of late, Denver and Omaha are good examples (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
Bowling Green at Michigan Tech preview with Falcons coach Ty Eigner: Game of the Week Podcast Season 2 Episode 14

No. 4 Denver at Omaha preview with Mavericks coach Mike Gabinet: Game of the Week Podcast Season 2 Episode 15

Hosts Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger are joined by Omaha head coach Mike Gabinet to preview the Mavericks' two home games this weekend against No. 4 Denver in NCHC play. They also look at No. 8 Minnesota Duluth at St. Cloud in the NCHC, plus three weekend series in the Big Ten: No. 18 Notre Dame at No. 9 Ohio State, Michigan at No. 6 Penn State, and No. 20 Michigan State at Wisconsin. Plus: No. 5 Boston College at No. 13 UMass Lowell, No. 3 Minnesota State at No. 15 Bowling Green, No. 7 Clarkson at No. 16 Harvard, No. 17 Northern Michigan at No. 1 (tie) Cornell and No. 14 Arizona State hosting Rochester Institute of Technology.
After sweeping Notre Dame, Michigan’s schedule doesn’t get easier with Penn State on tap this weekend

After sweeping Notre Dame, Michigan’s schedule doesn’t get easier with Penn State on tap this weekend

How does Michigan get to follow up its first road sweep of the season, an upset of No. 14 Notre Dame? “We’re at Penn State,” said Wolverines coach Mel Pearson. “So it just gets easier.” Pearson then laughed (photo: Michigan Athletics).
Thompson forging own name in college hockey realm, lighting up Providence scoresheet often

Thompson forging own name in college hockey realm, lighting up Providence scoresheet often

Certainly, you don’t have to be a Hockey East superfan to know the name Tyce Thompson. But if you we asked who he was, say, on Oct. 1, what would you know about him? (photo: Rich Gagnon).
Miami looking for positives, RedHawks need to be ‘ready for that battle at the drop of the puck

In looking for positives, Miami needs ‘to be ready for that battle at the drop of the puck’

A logjam in the middle of the NCHC standings promises to make for stressful situations as the season progresses, but it also gives several teams big opportunities. Miami is getting its fair share of those chances, but not everything is going the RedHawks’ way. They’re only two points out of a home-ice playoff spot, but they missed a chance last weekend to put added pressure on fourth-place Western Michigan (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
Diminutive Loughran acting as catalyst for Northern Michigan’s offense in expanded role with Wildcats

Diminutive Loughran acting as catalyst for Northern Michigan’s offense in expanded role with Wildcats

Depending on who you ask, Northern Michigan winger Griffin Loughran stands either 5-foot-6 or 5-foot-7. The sophomore has been told at every level that he is too small and all he has done is find a way to be effective (photo: Northern Michigan Athletics).

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After sweeping Notre Dame, Michigan’s schedule doesn’t get easier with Penn State on tap this weekend

After sweeping Notre Dame, Michigan’s schedule doesn’t get easier with Penn State on tap this weekend

How does Michigan get to follow up its first road sweep of the season, an upset of No. 14 Notre Dame? “We’re at Penn State,” said Wolverines coach Mel Pearson. “So it just gets easier.” Pearson then laughed (photo: Michigan Athletics).
Thompson forging own name in college hockey realm, lighting up Providence scoresheet often

Thompson forging own name in college hockey realm, lighting up Providence scoresheet often

Certainly, you don’t have to be a Hockey East superfan to know the name Tyce Thompson. But if you we asked who he was, say, on Oct. 1, what would you know about him? (photo: Rich Gagnon).
Miami looking for positives, RedHawks need to be ‘ready for that battle at the drop of the puck

In looking for positives, Miami needs ‘to be ready for that battle at the drop of the puck’

A logjam in the middle of the NCHC standings promises to make for stressful situations as the season progresses, but it also gives several teams big opportunities. Miami is getting its fair share of those chances, but not everything is going the RedHawks’ way. They’re only two points out of a home-ice playoff spot, but they missed a chance last weekend to put added pressure on fourth-place Western Michigan (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
Diminutive Loughran acting as catalyst for Northern Michigan’s offense in expanded role with Wildcats

Diminutive Loughran acting as catalyst for Northern Michigan’s offense in expanded role with Wildcats

Depending on who you ask, Northern Michigan winger Griffin Loughran stands either 5-foot-6 or 5-foot-7. The sophomore has been told at every level that he is too small and all he has done is find a way to be effective (photo: Northern Michigan Athletics).
Weekend Atlantic Hockey shootout between Air Force, Army West Point sees cadets ‘go absolutely crazy’

Weekend Atlantic Hockey shootout between Air Force, Army West Point sees cadets ‘go absolutely crazy’

This past weekend, the Atlantic Hockey shootout format enjoyed arguably its best moment during a raucous series between Army West Point and Air Force (photo: Army West Point Athletics).
Grad student Marotte performing admirably for Clarkson, a team that ‘certainly lucked out’ in getting veteran goalie

Grad student Marotte performing admirably for Clarkson, a team that ‘certainly lucked out’ getting veteran goalie

A graduate student who played three seasons at Robert Morris, Marotte is one of the main reasons Clarkson is in first place in the ECAC, a point ahead of Cornell, and No. 7 in the national polls heading into games at Dartmouth and Harvard this weekend (photo: Clarkson Athletics).
With conference standings tightening up, Big Ten teams all jockeying for position as second half in full swing

With conference standings tightening up, Big Ten teams all jockeying for position with second half in full swing

With six points separating first-place Penn State from fourth-place Notre Dame and both Ohio State and Michigan State tied a point ahead of the Fighting Irish, the Big Ten may be in for a big finish in the coming months (photo: Jim Rosvold).
After battling injury bug early in college career, New Hampshire’s Grasso using ’19-20 season to make positive impact

After battling injury bug early in college career, New Hampshire’s Grasso using ’19-20 season as positive rebound

The career of New Hampshire forward Patrick Grasso is one that resembles a roller coaster (photo: UNH Athletics).
Denver starts second half on right foot, looking to ‘treat every opponent the same’

Denver starts second half of season on right foot, looking to ‘treat every opponent the same’

Going into last weekend, Denver fans might have had cause for concern. The Pioneers had struggled mightily in November and early December, and while a sweep of arch-rival Colorado College to close the first half was a bright spot, it was unclear if Denver had righted the ship (photo: Candace Horgan).
With offense kicking into high gear for Bemidji State, Beavers forwards proving to be ‘extremely skilled’ bunch

With offense kicking into high gear for Bemidji State, Beavers forwards proving to be ‘extremely skilled’ bunch

A high-octane offense hasn’t traditionally been Bemidji State’s calling card (photo: BSU Photo Services).
With Bentley series on tap, Canisius breaking down next stretch of games into ‘smaller bites’

With Bentley series on tap, Canisius breaking down next stretch of games into ‘smaller bites’

Teams return from the semester/holiday break with a chance to either use a successful first half as a springboard to more success, or put the past behind them and hope that the break marks a fresh start (photo: tomwolf.smugmug.com).
‘In the blink of an eye’ Dartmouth’s Gaudet reaches 1,000-game coaching milestone

‘In the blink of an eye’ Dartmouth’s Gaudet reaches 1,000-game coaching milestone

Dartmouth forward Drew O’Connor brought Friday’s game against Princeton to a quick end with a goal 61 seconds into overtime. While it’s been a little longer journey for Big Green coach Bob Gaudet, at times it's felt just as fast as O’Connor’s game-winning goal. Friday was the 1,000th career game for Gaudet, who is in his 23rd season at Dartmouth after spending nine seasons at Brown (photo: Shelley M. Szwast).

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