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  • NCHC Weekend Preview, Dec. 20-21

    In the only official NCAA Division I games scheduled for this weekend, reigning CHN Team of the Week Nebraska-Omaha (10-4-2, 6-3-1-1 NCHC), winners of three straight after sweeping St. Cloud State a week ago, hosts Alabama-Huntsville (3-
    4 hours ago / College Hockey News: Blog
  • Game Day: BU vs. Team USA at Walter Brown Arena--UPDATED

    The BU men’s hockey team makes its first return to its former home, Walter Brown Arena, in nearly 10 years tonight as it takes on the U.S. Junior National Team. The game is the third and final exhibition game on the Terriers schedule
    5 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Inside BU Hockey: Quinn, Parker, Warsofsky; Reports from Junior National Team camp

    Episode 11of Inside BU Hockey features Bernie Corbett’s interviews with Head Coach David Quinn, his predecessor behind the Terrier bench Jack Parker and former Terrier blueliner David Warsofsky. Parker, a center and captain at BU in
    24 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Sestito recalled again; Larsson heading to Albany

    The New Jersey Devils have recalled center Tim Sestito for the Albany Devils for the second time this week and assigned defenseman Adam Larsson to their AHL affiliate for conditioning. New Jersey placed defenseman Damon Severson (non-displa
    1 day ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • Former Rats defenseman traded to Winnipeg

    The Carolina Hurricanes today traded former Albany River Rats defenseman Jay Harrison to the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for a sixth-round pick in the 2015 NHL Draft. Harrison, 32, played 32 games (2-12–14, +8) for the Rats in 2009-10, the
    1 day ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • A-Devils return Bell to Evansville

    The Albany Devils announced this afternoon that they have returned right wing Myles Bell to ECHL Evansville. Bell was scoreless in two games for Albany.
    1 day ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • At the break, WCHA can claim three of nation’s best teams

    Commissioner Bill Robertson talked of getting more than two teams in the NCAA tournament, and the WCHA might do just that this season. Possibly related: WCHA wants to see even more of its teams in the NCAA tournament in 2014-15 One last gr
    1 day ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com

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