• At Kent, NCAA hockey is in rear-view mirror but the game still thrives

    A look back at when the Golden Flashes had a Division I men's hockey team. Possibly related: Rensselaer can’t wait to put last season in the rear-view mirror Buffalo bringing back hockey, adding to CCHA? NCAA Women’s Tournament Selec
    6 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Thorold Blackhawks Logo Has to Go

    The Thorold Blackhawks of the Greater Ontario Junior Hockey League have a problem with their logo. According to the St. Catharines Standard, the logo has to go. “The City of Thorold, as represented by Council, shares the belief that the
    12 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Iowa Professor Doesn't like Hawkeye's Mascot, he needs to smile

    This can't make this crap up, I am not sure how anyone can take this professor seriously. No. Seriously. What's happening to our country is unbelievable. We're turning into a bunch of cry babies or fragile snowflakes. Jeff Charis-Carlson,
    1 day ago / Goon's world
  • Ice Guardians Take Center Ice in September

    Looks like a must see movie to me. I can't wait to see this movie. The World Premiere of Ice Guardians is in Toronto on September 12th, The description of the movie: Exploring one of the most controversial and provocative position
    1 day ago / Goon's world
  • Merrimack Men’s Soccer Hoping To Get Over The Hurdle in 2016

    The Merrimack men’s soccer team has been close time and time again, but despite being within reach of championships multiple times over the last three seasons, the trophy case remains empty. The 2016 Merrimack men’s soccer team is look
    1 day ago / The Mack Report
  • Islanders name former Albany Devils GM as director of player personnel

    Chris Lamoriello, general manager of the Albany Devils from 2010 to 2015, has been hired as director of player personnel for the New York Islanders. The son of longtime New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello, he spent last season
    2 days ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • Rangers sign ex-RPI player to $1.1 million contract

    The New York Rangers have signed former RPI forward Brandon Pirri to a one-year, $1.1 million free-agent contract. Pirri, 25, who had 11 goals and 32 assists in 39 games for the 2009-10 Engineers, split time last season between the Anahei
    2 days ago / Hockey Spoken Here

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