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  • Ridding and Babiak not returning to Dutchwomen

    by Ryan Fay Freshman goaltender Alexx Ridding and junior forward Rebecca Babiak won't be returning to the Union women's hockey team next season. Ridding (l) and Babiak (r)A team spokesperson said late Friday that "they both left the t
    37 minutes ago / Union Hockey Blog
  • Redwing77's Nickname Post

    by Redwing77 As I sit here in a Public Library study room listening to my neighbor chomping away on some sort of snack food louder than any sound you'd hear at, say, a rock concert or perhaps sticking your ears up to an airhorn....  I t
    1 day ago / Goon's world
  • Schmaltz Signs with St. Louis and Other Stuff

    by Redwing77 Going into the offseason, I predicted two players leaving:  Zane McIntyre and Jordan Schmaltz.  Sadly, I did not predict Hakstol leaving.  More on that in a bit. Schmaltz, a former first round draft pick of the Blues,
    1 day ago / Goon's world
  • Jacobs gives up last three years at Michigan State, signs with OHL’s Sting

    Michigan State freshman defenseman Josh Jacobs has left school and will join the Ontario Hockey League’s Sarnia Sting for the 2015-16 season, according to MiHockey. Jacobs, a New Jersey Devils second-round draft pick (41st overall) in 201
    1 day ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • Alumni: Joe Cannata Recalled to Utica (AHL) for Conference Finals

    Utica Comets Director of Hockey Operations Pat Conacher announced that the Vancouver Canucks have reassigned goaltender Joe Cannata from the Ontario Reign of the ECHL to the Utica Comets of the AHL. The Comets are currently in the confe
    1 day ago / The Mack Report
  • Know Your Enemy: Alaska

    There are only a handful of current NCAA Division I teams that the Engineers have never beaten. There's the group of four that they've never even played (Canisius, Penn State, Nebraska-Omaha, and Northern Michigan). They haven't beaten Colo
    1 day ago / Without A Peer
  • North Dakota down a defenseman as Schmaltz forgoes senior year to sign with Blues

    North Dakota defenseman Jordan Schmaltz will forgo his senior season after signing a three-year, entry-level contract with the St. Louis Blues on Thursday. Schmaltz was a first-round pick (25th overall) of the Blues at the 2012 NHL draft. A
    2 days ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com

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