NCAA announces regional, Frozen Four sites for 2022-26 national men’s, women’s tournaments

The NCAA on Wednesday announced regional and Frozen Four locations for men's national hockey tournaments from 2022 through 2026.

Adrian broadcaster Matthews erasing stereotypes, serving as inspiration to people of color

If you could write the perfect story about a hockey broadcaster, it would probably center around someone on a journey of self-discovery.

Terres returns to Bemidji State women’s team as Beavers’ new assistant coach

Bemidji State has announced the hiring of Emma Terres as an assistant coach for the Beavers' women's hockey team (photo: BSU Photo Services).

IIHF cancels women’s tournaments, Olympic qualification events; World Juniors unaffected

The IIHF has voted to cancel several tournaments for the coming season, with one exception being the 2021 World Junior Championship. This year's World Junior event is scheduled to run December 26, 2020 to January 5, 2021, in Edmonton and Red Deer, Alberta.

NCAA hockey playing, coaching standouts Blais, Granato, Potter, York selected to U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame

College hockey icons Dean Blais, Tony Granato, Jenny Potter and Jerry York will make up the United States Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2020.

Start of 2020-21 NCAA hockey season for men, women to be delayed due to COVID-19 pandemic

The Hockey Commissioners Association announced today that the start of the 2020-21 NCAA season will be delayed due to the impact of COVID-19 (photo: Tealin Robinson/Wisconsin Athletics).

NCAA announces rule changes due to COVID-19, including allowing players to stay enrolled in college and play junior hockey

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the NCAA has adjusted several rules that may impact current and prospective student-athletes.
First-year RIT women’s coach Brown adds to staff, naming Simpson assistant coach

First-year RIT women’s coach Brown adds to staff, names Simpson assistant coach

Rochester Institute of Technology women's hockey coach Celeste Brown on Monday named Justin Simpson assistant coach. Simpson spent the last two seasons in the same...
NCAA allowing athletes’ uniforms to include patches supporting social justice issues

NCAA allowing athletes’ uniforms to include patches supporting social justice issues, commemorative purposes

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel has approved rules to allow student-athletes in all sports to wear patches on their uniforms for commemorative and memorial purposes, as well as to support social justice issues

Hockey East announces ’20-21 season will consist of men’s, women’s league games, conference tournaments

Hockey East announced Wednesday its intent to play the 2020-21 men's and women's college hockey season while focusing on games between league members and the completion of a regular-season schedule (photo: Rich Gagnon).

Minnesota Duluth grad, former Team USA, women’s pro player Hickel tabbed assistant coach at Ohio State

Ohio State announced Monday addition of Zoe Hickel as an assistant coach for the women's hockey team (photo: USA Hockey).
NCAA approves rule changes for 2020-21 hockey season pertaining to overtime, faceoffs, postgame handshakes

NCAA approves rule changes for 2020-21 hockey season pertaining to overtime, faceoffs, postgame handshakes

The NCAA Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Wednesday approved changes to the overtime format in men’s and women’s hockey, starting with the 2020-21 season.

Former RIT captain Brown returning to alma mater to coach women’s hockey team, ‘feels fantastic to be back in Tiger country’

Rochester Institute of Technology has announced former Tigers standout Celeste Brown has been named the next women's head coach.

St. Thomas joining WCHA women’s conference with 2021-22 season; men’s team going D-I, too

The WCHA women's conference will grow by one member as the league’s board of directors has voted unanimously to add St. Thomas as the league’s eighth program beginning with the 2021-22 season (photo: St. Thomas Athletics).

Change, growth inevitable for WCHA and Women’s Commissioner Jennifer Flowers after tumultuous first year

It's been one year since Jennifer Flowers took over the job as Women's Commissioner of the WCHA. She's faced a number of surprises in those first 12 months, but is optimistic about what the future holds - even if she's not quite sure what that future looks like right now.