• Devils assign rookie Miles Wood to Albany

    The New Jersey Devils on Saturday assigned rookie left wing Miles Wood to their AHL affiliate in Albany. Wood, 21, played two games for New Jersey, going scoreless and picking up two minor penalties. He is a Buffalo native who had 35 points
    3 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • QU Comes To Town

    Former Terrier Kevin Duane, who transferred to Quinnipiac last season will make his first appearance back at Agganis since 2014, tonight. (Photo by Matt Dresens) After blanking Sacred Heart 7-0 last night in their home opener, BU has
    3 hours ago / The Bu Hockey blog
  • Game Day: Terriers vs. Bobcats

    #8 Terriers are back on the ice tonight to host #4 Quinnipiac in a marquis match-up beginning at 7:00 p.m. with free livestream coverage in HD, featuring a simulcast of the radio broadcast with play-by-play announcer Bernie Corbett and
    4 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • McMahon’s Take: Warriors Jump In First Period Key In Win

    NORTH ANDOVER — That’s how Merrimack wants to start a game. Not only did the Warriors score first, and early, when Marc Biega put Merrimack up 1-0 in opening minutes of the game, but the first period on Friday night saw Merrimack roll a
    6 hours ago / The Mack Report
  • VIP Podcast #200 (10/21/16) — Breaking Down Merrimack’s 4-3 Win Over Colgate

    In this episode, TMR editor Mike McMahon shares his thoughts postgame after Merrimack tops Colgate, 4-3, for the Warriors’ first win of the 2016-17 regular season. This article is paid content! To access, you can pay The Mack Report with
    7 hours ago / The Mack Report
  • Oettinger blanks SHU; seven Terriers score goals

    Freshman goalie Jake Oettinger’s first career shutout was supported by goals from seven of his teammates as the Terriers whitewashed Sacred Heart in their home opener.  BU, which had a 14-2-2 record on Agganis Arena ice last season,
    9 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Friday Night Rewind

    Bemidji State made life difficult on UND’s young defenders for much of Friday night’s game. They were clearly not used to the pace and the pressure that the Beavers brought. But UND’s veterans — particularly Brock Boeser, Tucker Po
    11 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey

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