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  • Where Are College Hockey’s Late-Bloomers Coming From?

    Several programs have been applauded in recent years for their ability to find the late-blooming talent, yet it’s incredibly hard to pinpoint where these players are coming from. Over the last few days, I’ve tried to come up with some i
    28 minutes ago / The Mack Report
  • Corcoran, Poirier, Walsh Named to USILA/NEILA Senior All-Star Game Rosters

    After sensational final seasons with the program, three members of the Merrimack College men’s lacrosse team have been selected to participate in a pair of Senior All-Star Games in the region this week. Senior long stick midfielder Scott
    1 hour ago / The Mack Report
  • Know Your Enemy: Maine

    It is time once again for a tradition that is starting to reach into the realm of "time-honored" here at Without a Peer - our annual Know Your Enemy series. Over the years, we've profiled 42 of college hockey's 60 programs, and this year we
    3 hours ago / Without A Peer
  • Beer Grandma Meets National Title Trophy

    Anyone want to see a picture of Beer Grandma drinking a Bud Light with the national championship trophy on the table next to her? All right then. Yes, this is Beth Delano, the famed “Beer Grandma” and season-ticket holder to UND hocke
    12 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • WCHA administrators see host of benefits in moving postseason to campus sites

    Fewer teams will have to travel, which could make for more rested teams as they enter the NCAA tournament. Possibly related: WCHA announces entire playoffs, starting with ’16-17 season, will be at campus sites Bentley evaluating sites f
    15 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • Evgeni Malkin Gets Elbowed in the Face by Braydon Coburn

    If this was the regular season, this hit might get a look by the NHL's Department of Player Safety. During the playoffs, the DPOS tends to overlook unnecessary, dirty hits like this. Unless, the player on the receiving end is injured.
    16 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Jonathan Drouin No Goal

    I must give credit where credit it due. The on-ice officials got this one right. Tampa Bay Lightning forward Jonatha Drouin thought that he'd scored his fifth goal of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. However, after further review, it was not a
    18 hours ago / Goon's world

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