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USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Struggling Notre Dame looking to get back on track against Penn State

USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Struggling Notre Dame looking to get back on track against Penn State

With one more opportunity to end a losing streak before the holiday break, Jeff Jackson doesn’t want his Notre Dame team to be fixated on results (photo: Omar Phillips).
No. 7 Penn State at No. 15 Notre Dame preview with Nittany Lions coach Guy Gadowsky: Game of the Week Podcast Season 2 Episode 11

No. 7 Penn State at No. 15 Notre Dame preview with Nittany Lions coach Guy Gadowsky: Game of the Week Podcast Season 2 Episode...

No. 7 Penn State travels to No. 15 Notre Dame for this week's USCHO Game of the Week. Hosts Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger are joined by Nittany Lions head coach Guy Gadowsky for a preview of the Big Ten series. Also: In the NCHC, Colorado College and No. 8 Denver are home-and-home as part of this year's Battle for the Gold Pan and Omaha is at St. Cloud State; In the WCHA, No. 1 Minnesota State is at Northern Michigan and No. 10 Bowling Green travels to Lake Superior; in Atlantic Hockey, Army and Robert Morris each can move back into first place; and in non-conference action, No. 4 Clarkson is at Michigan Tech and No. 16 Arizona State is at No. 18 Michigan State for two-game series, and Dartmouth, fresh off an upset of Cornell, visits No. 12 Northeastern for a single game.
Resurgent, resilient Michigan State squad raising eyebrows in Big Ten play,

Resurgent, resilient Michigan State squad raising eyebrows in Big Ten play, finding ‘effective way to get some results’

As the holiday break looms, a quick look at the Big Ten standings reveals something out of the ordinary for the conference’s short history. Michigan State is tied for second with 19 points and is only three points off the lead (photo: Andrew Knapik/MiHockeyNow).
Sub-.500 St. Cloud State team taking steps forward rebulding as younger players moving into bigger roles

Sub-.500 St. Cloud State team taking steps forward rebulding as younger players moving into bigger roles

Anyone close to the program knew that this season would be a rebuilding year for St. Cloud State (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
After couple lean years, Boston College playing with confidence as all lines contributing, depth shining through

After couple lean years, Boston College playing with confidence as all lines contributing, depth shining through

Legendary Boston College coach Jerry York doesn’t pull any punches in talking about the last two seasons for his club. “We had a couple of struggling years,” admitted York (photo: Rich Gagnon).
Entering holiday break, ECAC Hockey teams looking to regroup, keep momentum going for second half

Entering holiday break, ECAC Hockey teams looking to regroup, keep momentum going for second half

What a difference a year makes.After limping into last year’s holiday break with a myriad of injuries, Cornell roared through the first half en...
After Cinderella 2018-19 season, American International hungry for more with Skog leading way from crease

After Cinderella 2018-19 season, American International hungry for more with Skog leading way from crease

Last season was one for the record books at American International, which won its first ever regular-season and playoff titles (photo: RJB Sports).

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Resurgent, resilient Michigan State squad raising eyebrows in Big Ten play,

Resurgent, resilient Michigan State squad raising eyebrows in Big Ten play, finding ‘effective way to get some results’

As the holiday break looms, a quick look at the Big Ten standings reveals something out of the ordinary for the conference’s short history. Michigan State is tied for second with 19 points and is only three points off the lead (photo: Andrew Knapik/MiHockeyNow).
Sub-.500 St. Cloud State team taking steps forward rebulding as younger players moving into bigger roles

Sub-.500 St. Cloud State team taking steps forward rebulding as younger players moving into bigger roles

Anyone close to the program knew that this season would be a rebuilding year for St. Cloud State (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
After couple lean years, Boston College playing with confidence as all lines contributing, depth shining through

After couple lean years, Boston College playing with confidence as all lines contributing, depth shining through

Legendary Boston College coach Jerry York doesn’t pull any punches in talking about the last two seasons for his club. “We had a couple of struggling years,” admitted York (photo: Rich Gagnon).
Entering holiday break, ECAC Hockey teams looking to regroup, keep momentum going for second half

Entering holiday break, ECAC Hockey teams looking to regroup, keep momentum going for second half

What a difference a year makes.After limping into last year’s holiday break with a myriad of injuries, Cornell roared through the first half en...
After Cinderella 2018-19 season, American International hungry for more with Skog leading way from crease

After Cinderella 2018-19 season, American International hungry for more with Skog leading way from crease

Last season was one for the record books at American International, which won its first ever regular-season and playoff titles (photo: RJB Sports).
Humboldt crash survivor Camrud finding early success, on, off the ice, with Alaska Anchorage

Humboldt crash survivor Camrud finding early success, on, off the ice, with Alaska Anchorage

On April 6, 2018, the collective hockey world was shocked and saddened by an event that did not involve lacing up skates and knocking a little rubber disc around a sheet of ice (photo: Chase Burnett/Alaska Anchorage Athletics).
North Dakota finding ways to win close games as Fighting Hawks building momentum

North Dakota finding ways to win close games as Fighting Hawks want to ‘put an exclamation point’ to finish first half

Having missed back-to-back NCAA tournaments for the first time since the mid-1990s, it’s understandable that North Dakota doesn’t want to get too far ahead of itself (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
As Bertagna’s final Hockey East season marches on, longtime commish wants to accomplish more, lay path for future

As Bertagna’s final Hockey East season marches on, longtime commish eyes accomplishing more, laying path for future

There is a legacy associated with the 25-year tenure of commissioner Joe Bertagna that still, believe it or not, isn’t finished (photo: Rich Gagnon).
With Big Ten play nearing end of first half, several young teams playing mature, experienced games, leading to wins

With Big Ten play nearing end of first half, several young teams playing mature, experienced games, leading to wins

When Wisconsin won its first game this season with an 11-goal performance and followed that up with a sweep of Minnesota Duluth in which the Badgers outscored the Bulldogs 9-3, there was a lot of talk about a high-powered offense and what a fast start could mean to a season (photo: Jim Rosvold).
Cornell, Harvard renew age-old rivalry Friday night in Cambridge in what promises to be a ‘real electric environment’

Cornell, Harvard renew age-old rivalry Friday night in Cambridge in what promises to be a ‘real electric environment’

The bottom line is stuff happens when the Big Red and the Crimson collide. It’s one of college hockey’s great rivalries, and it will be renewed at Harvard on Friday night (photo: Harvard Athletics).
Sacred Heart surging in Atlantic Hockey standings as ‘our intensity and ability to really crank up our work ethic is helping’

Sacred Heart surging in Atlantic Hockey standings as Pioneers’ ‘intensity and ability to really crank up our work ethic is helping’

Holy Cross represented its tradition and annual excellence, and Army West Point was always an easy program to get behind. Bentley built a new arena, and AIC’s Cinderella run to both a regular-season and postseason tournament win made national headlines. Now it’s Sacred Heart’s turn (photo: Omar Phillips).
With roster full of youngsters, Alabama Huntsville charging forward as ‘guys are getting it’

With roster chock-full of youngsters, Alabama Huntsville charging forward as ‘guys are getting it’

To say this season has been trying for Alabama Huntsville would be an understatement. The Chargers have struggled on both ends of the ice and haven’t been able to find much consistency (photo: Doug Eagan/UAH Athletics).

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