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GOTW: No. 15 Providence uses special teams to upend No 16 UMass Lowell, 4-1

GOTW: No. 15 Providence uses special teams to upend No 16 UMass Lowell, 4-1

In a battle filled with a number of big hits, Providence scored twice on the power play to skate past UMass Lowell, 4-1, and earn a weekend split with the River Hawks (Photo: Rich Gagnon)
Wrap-up: No. 1 Minnesota State, No. 2 Cornell keep rolling with Friday victories

Friday Wrap-up: No. 1 Minnesota State, No. 2 Cornell keep rolling with Friday victories

Jeff Malott and Brenden Locke staked No. 2 Cornell to a two-goal lead in the opening period and managed the remaining 40 minutes well...
USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Hockey East powerhouses Providence, UMass Lowell meet in battle of high-end goaltenders

USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Hockey East powerhouses Providence, UMass Lowell meet in battle of high-end goaltenders

With both teams in the thick of the battle for the top spot in the Hockey East standings, this weekend's series between UMass Lowell and Providence is a tale of two goalies (photos: UMass Lowell Athletics, Rich Gagnon).
No. 16 UMass Lowell vs. No. 15 Providence preview with River Hawks coach Norm Bazin: Game of the Week Podcast Season 2 Episode 10

No. 16 UMass Lowell vs. No. 15 Providence preview with River Hawks coach Norm Bazin: Game of the Week Podcast Season 2 Episode 10

UMass Lowell coach Norm Bazin joins hosts Jim Connelly and Ed Trefzger to preview the No. 16 River Hawks' home-and-home Hockey East series with No. 15 Providence. Also: No. 2 Cornell is at No. 12 Harvard on Friday in ECAC Hockey action; in the NCHC, No. 3 North Dakota is at No. 17 Western Michigan and No. 14 Minnesota Duluth is at No. 18 Omaha in weekend series; No. 4 Denver travels for a pair at No. 20 Arizona State; and in a home-and-home series separated by an extra day and 800 air miles, No. 9 Notre Dame takes on No. 10 Boston College.
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).

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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).
Ohio State’s Laczynski leaving legacy in Columbus, hopes current Buckeyes team can ‘set it up pretty well for future players here’

Ohio State’s Laczynski leaving legacy in Columbus, hopes current Buckeyes team can ‘set it up pretty well for future players here’

It is said you should leave a place better than you found it, Tanner Laczynski hopes to do just that with Ohio State’s hockey program (photo: Rachel Lewis).
Friendship Four on tap as Hockey East, ECAC Hockey teams battle in Northern Ireland

Friendship Four on tap as Hockey East, ECAC Hockey teams battle in Northern Ireland

After all of the Thanksgiving turkey is devoured, Hockey East fans can put out their leftovers early on Friday to once again watch what has become one of the best events on the college hockey calendar: the Friendship Four (photo: William Cherry/Presseye).
Happy Thanksgiving, NCHC style

Looking at what each NCHC can be thankful for this Thanksgiving

Let's think about what each coach in college hockey's most dominant conference over the last five years can be thankful for this season (photo: Candace Horgan).
After woeful start, Niagara gaining momentum as Purple Eagles ‘on this train ride to be the best team we can be’

After woeful start, Niagara gaining momentum as Purple Eagles ‘on this train ride to be the best team we can be’

After opening the season 0-8-1, Niagara has put together three wins in a row. It started on Nov. 16 with a big 5-3 victory over archrival Canisius, followed up by a home-and-home sweep of Mercyhurst (photo: Niagara Athletics).
After losing key players from 2018-19, Clarkson ‘trying to replace them with strength in numbers’ this season

After losing key players from 2018-19, Clarkson ‘trying to replace them with strength in numbers’ this season

Seven different teams have won the ECAC Hockey playoff championship over the last ten years, but remaining competitive year in and year out is a feat that fewer teams have accomplished (photo: Clarkson Athletics).
Michigan Tech climbing WCHA standings thanks to back-to-back sweeps

Michigan Tech ‘heading in the right direction,’ climbing WCHA standings thanks to back-to-back sweeps

Three weeks ago, Michigan Tech played host to then-No. 2 Minnesota State in its second home WCHA weekend of the season (photo: Geoffrey M. Miller/Michigan Tech Athletics).

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