• Goaltender Opilka leaves Wisconsin before starting freshman season

    He's expected to play next season for the OHL's Kitchener Rangers. Possibly related: Wisconsin freshman Ford leaves team, returns to USHL Wisconsin, North Dakota to renew rivalry starting with 2014-15 season Woods leaves Wisconsin to sign
    6 hours ago / Blogs @
  • CC, Wisco lose key players

    Two of UND’s 2015-16 opponents lost huge pieces to their puzzles on Wednesday. Colorado College’s top player, defenseman Jaccob Slavin, signed with the Carolina Hurricanes, giving up his final two years of college eligibility. Slavin’
    8 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • Chorney headed to Caps

    Former UND defenseman Taylor Chorney has parlayed a strong playoff series into a one-way contract. Chorney signed a one-year, one-way deal (same money in NHL or AHL) worth $700,000. Chorney has bounced around between Edmonton, St. Louis and
    9 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • Stafford returns to Jets

    Former UND forward Drew Stafford is headed back to Winnipeg after a strong finish there last season. Stafford signed a two-year deal worth $8.7 million to stay with Winnipeg. He reportedly had four other serious suitors. Stafford started l
    9 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • The End of Native American Nicknames?

    The Democrats and President Obama are on a full court press to get rid of the Washington Redskins nickname. I believe they're going to come after other sports teams that use Native American nicknames. This begs the question, are native A
    11 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Devils sign Thompson, O’Brien to two-way contracts

    Paul Thompson, who led the Albany Devils in goals last season and represented the team in the American Hockey League All-Star Classic, has signed a National Hockey League contract with the New Jersey Devils, who also added free-agent forwar
    11 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • Eichel to pursue next challenge now; signs 3-year ELC with Buffalo

    To the surprise of almost no one in the hockey community, Terrier freshman Jack Eichel has signed a three-year entry level contract with the Buffalo Sabres, who had made him the second overall selection in last weekend’s NHL Entry Dr
    14 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog

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