Monday 10: Michigan the potential new No. 1 in this week’s poll, Bentley gains upset, Denver goes on scoring run
Each week, USCHO.com will pick the top 10 moments from the past weekend in our Monday 10 feature. 1. Michigan stakes claim to this week's...
Here is a rundown of how the top 20 teams in the USCHO.com Division I Men’s Poll of October 11 fared in games over...
The NCHC issued a statement Sunday night, saying that the league has determined a minor penalty or penalties should have been issued on the...
Bentley shocks No. 6 Boston College, 6-2; No. 3 Michigan wins IceBreaker with 3-2 win over No. 1 Minnesota State; No. 20 Bemidji St....
Bentley goaltender Nicholas Grabko stopped 38 shots as Bentley pulled of the biggest upset of Saturday, a 6-2 win over No. 6 Boston College (photo: Bentley Athletics)
Atlantic Hockey announced Saturday a one-game suspension for Canisius junior forward Daniel DiGrande, effective for the Golden Griffins’ next game. The suspension is a result...
Hockey East announced Saturday that Boston College senior forward Casey Carreau has been suspended for two games stemming from an incident at 6:52 of...
No. 3 Michigan, No. 1 Minnesota State each advance at IceBreaker; No. 6 BC rallies past No. 18 Northeastern; SHU upsets No. 12 BU
Michigan's Matty Beniers scored twice as the No. 3 Wolverines advanced past No. 5 Minnesota Duluth in the semifinals of the IceBreaker tournament (File photo)
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NCHC 2021-22 Season Preview: With ‘hopefully a normal season to come,’ conference seeing balance throughout teams
October is basically hockey’s spring. Hope abounds for each new season, and this time around, that extends to what’s going on amid a pandemic that...
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ECAC Hockey 2021-22 Season Preview: After many teams miss ’20-21 season, conference ‘starting over and building from the ground up again’
While change is inevitable in college hockey, there’s never been an offseason quite as tumultuous or long for many of the teams in ECAC...
Hockey East 2021-22 Season Preview: UMass seeks to repeat as conference, national champs, but road back won’t be easy
The only thing that will keep Hockey East fans on the edge of their seats this season will be the action on the ice. At...
Big Ten 2021-22 Season Preview: Michigan has the talent, but are the Wolverines the conference favorite?
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Atlantic Hockey 2021-22 Season Preview: Conference parity a strong suit as teams look to get back to normal in ’21-22
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This Week in Atlantic Hockey: With NCAA tournament bid at stake, remaining four playoff teams all boasting ‘extreme confidence’
There was plenty of excitement in the three Atlantic Hockey quarterfinal series that went ahead, with Army West Point, Canisius and Niagara advancing to Springfield over Sacred Heart, RIT and Robert Morris, respectively.
This Week in NCHC Hockey: Applause for conference in getting through ’20-21 season safely, with exciting games to boot
Now that the Frozen Faceoff has ended, it seems fitting to look back on the NCHC season. It’s likely that three teams from the conference may make the NCAA tournament, possibly four, but with so much up in the air with selection, it’s also possible only two teams, North Dakota and St. Cloud State, will be chosen.
This Week in Big Ten Hockey: As pandemic lingers, commissioner Warren hopeful Big Ten ‘did all that we could for our conference’ in ’20-21
Another sign of how much things have changed, as if one was needed, was evident in Sunday’s conversation with Big Ten commissioner Kevin Warren. When Warren took over at the helm of the conference in January 2020, a college hockey reporter opening an interview with a line of questions about an infectious disease wouldn’t have been normal. Such is life for the Big Ten, and sports in general, these days.
This Week in WCHA Hockey: Lake Superior State wants to ‘get back to that level’ of playing for league, national championships
Shortly after dropping his son off for hockey practice, Lake Superior State coach Damon Whitten looks out from his office window at the Taffy Abel Arena. A collection of banners stares back at him. This is his office view every day, a reminder of the proud tradition of Lakers hockey that includes an era that stretches from 1987-96. They made the NCAA tournament eight straight times during that run, winning three national titles and finishing runner-up once. Since the 1995-96 season, the Lakers have topped the 20-win plateau just twice, most recently in 2018-19. It is something that weighs on Whitten, especially given the position of the banners in respect to his office.
This Week in ECAC Hockey: Unusual conference season wraps this week with playoffs, NCAA bid at stake for three teams
For the most part, the four ECAC Hockey teams playing this year made it through the season unscathed. But news that Clarkson was cancelling its season last week after some team members violated the school’s COVID-19 policies brought back flashbacks to last March, when teams started to drop out of the league tournament before the entire hockey season was eventually canceled. However, that wasn’t the case this season, as the three remaining teams are set to compete in the abbreviated ECAC Hockey playoffs starting Thursday.
This Week in Hockey East: Offensive catalysts Thompson, Trivigno leading Providence, UMass into conference semifinals
When Providence and Massachusetts square off this evening for a spot in the Hockey East title game, there will be two players on opposite sides who have evolved significantly this season to become offensive leaders of the respective clubs. UMass' Bobby Trivigno and Providence's Tyce Thomspon each lead their respective clubs in scoring, but both played have evolved throughout this season to each be playing their best hockey down the stretch.