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GOTW: Minnesota State rallies from two down to earn 4-4 tie with North Dakota

GOTW: Minnesota State rallies from two down to earn 4-4 tie with North Dakota

Minnesota State twice trailed by two goals but goals by Nathan Smith (above) and Connor Mackey helped earn the Mavericks a 4-4 tie with North Dakota
USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Minnesota State, led by German consulate, hosts North Dakota this weekend

USCHO GAME OF THE WEEK: Minnesota State, led by German connections, hosts North Dakota this weekend

Don’t worry, Americans. Although Oktoberfest is over, look no further than Mankato, Minn., where the celebration of German culture on the ice lasts all season (photo: Minnesota State Athletics).
Graduate transfer Pantano giving Northeastern much-needed boost in net to start ’19-20 season

Graduate transfer Pantano giving Northeastern much-needed boost in net to start ’19-20 season

“In early March, we found out Craig was going to be available. The fact that we were able to attract a goaltender who has won in this league, who has been into every building and, for the most part, has won, has won a playoff series, that was important for us” (photo: Jim Pierce).
A new season, but a familiar issue plaguing Michigan: goal scoring

A new season, but a familiar issue already plaguing Michigan: goal scoring

In a weekend that saw Wisconsin score 11 goals in a single game against Merrimack, Penn State net 13 in a sweep of Sacred Heart and Notre Dame score 10 in two wins over Air Force, Michigan’s two-goal performance in a tie and loss to visiting Clarkson stands in stark contrast, even for an opening weekend of play (photo: Michigan Athletics).
North Dakota starts off with payback, opens ’19-20 season sweeping Canisius

North Dakota starts off with payback, opens ’19-20 season sweeping Canisius

Normally, a season-opening series against an Atlantic Hockey squad would have little of note for perennial college hockey power North Dakota (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
With new coach Eigner at helm, Bowling Green has goal of ‘leaving the program better than how we found it’

With new coach Eigner at helm, Bowling Green has goal of ‘leaving the program better than how we found it’

Ty Eigner will never forget where he was when athletic director Bob Moosbrugger called him and offered him the head coaching job at Bowling Green (photo: BGSU Athletics).
With season-opening split, St. Lawrence ‘in a real good place’ with team leadership

With season-opening split, St. Lawrence ‘in a real good place’ with team leadership

A series split on the road is never a bad way to start a season, but it’s especially positive for St. Lawrence (photo: CA Hill Photo).

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Graduate transfer Pantano giving Northeastern much-needed boost in net to start ’19-20 season

Graduate transfer Pantano giving Northeastern much-needed boost in net to start ’19-20 season

“In early March, we found out Craig was going to be available. The fact that we were able to attract a goaltender who has won in this league, who has been into every building and, for the most part, has won, has won a playoff series, that was important for us” (photo: Jim Pierce).
A new season, but a familiar issue plaguing Michigan: goal scoring

A new season, but a familiar issue already plaguing Michigan: goal scoring

In a weekend that saw Wisconsin score 11 goals in a single game against Merrimack, Penn State net 13 in a sweep of Sacred Heart and Notre Dame score 10 in two wins over Air Force, Michigan’s two-goal performance in a tie and loss to visiting Clarkson stands in stark contrast, even for an opening weekend of play (photo: Michigan Athletics).
North Dakota starts off with payback, opens ’19-20 season sweeping Canisius

North Dakota starts off with payback, opens ’19-20 season sweeping Canisius

Normally, a season-opening series against an Atlantic Hockey squad would have little of note for perennial college hockey power North Dakota (photo: Bradley K. Olson).
With new coach Eigner at helm, Bowling Green has goal of ‘leaving the program better than how we found it’

With new coach Eigner at helm, Bowling Green has goal of ‘leaving the program better than how we found it’

Ty Eigner will never forget where he was when athletic director Bob Moosbrugger called him and offered him the head coaching job at Bowling Green (photo: BGSU Athletics).
With season-opening split, St. Lawrence ‘in a real good place’ with team leadership

With season-opening split, St. Lawrence ‘in a real good place’ with team leadership

A series split on the road is never a bad way to start a season, but it’s especially positive for St. Lawrence (photo: CA Hill Photo).

With Marotte gone, Kapelmaster making ‘very good first impression’ in net for Robert Morris

Every team starts with unknowns to open the season, and Robert Morris is no different (photo: Justin Berl/RMU Athletics).

Ohio State looking to keep hockey growing in state by showing well in this weekend’s IceBreaker Tournament

Ohio State may not have either of its in-state rivals on the schedule this season, but there’s an opportunity for people in the Buckeye State to see two of its teams in the same building this weekend (photo: Jamie Sabau).

Denver assistant coaches Ferguson, MacMillan relish recent trip back home to Fairbanks

Denver’s first two weeks of the new season have involved getting creative with travel logistics. That stuff is old hat for Pioneers assistant coaches Dallas Ferguson and Tavis MacMillan (photos: DU Athletics).

Providence starts season strong, but still room for Friars to keep improving

Heading into the season, Providence coach Nate Leaman said that his team was so young, he had no expectations (photo: Omar Phillips).

Bowling Green, Eigner fight off nerves, showcase Falcons’ offense in season-opening win over Miami

When Bowling Green was still finalizing its schedule in early April, Ty Eigner and Chris Bergeron had no idea they’d be starting the season on different benches (photo: BGSU Athletics).

Playing for, attending Army, Air Force service academies not the typical college experience for cadets

Service academy recruits and cadets live a completely different lifestyle than the average college student (photo: Omar Phillips).

Harvard gets commitment from ‘world-class player,’ NTDP standout Beniers

Matthew Beniers is one of the top prospects on USA Hockey’s National Team Development Program Under-18 Team. He’s being talked about as a first-round pick in the 2021 NHL Draft (photo: Rena Laverty).

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