• Friday Morning Reading

    In November 2012, UND lost 1-0 to Bemidji State on a Sunday afternoon in Bemidji to fall to 4-7-1 on the season. After that game, UND went 22-5-2 in its next 29 games. In October 2014, UND was coming off of an NCAA Frozen Four appearance a
    3 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • VIP Podcast #199 (10/20/16) — Previewing Merrimack’s Weekend Series against Colgate

    In this episode, TMR editor Mike McMahon (who began losing his voice again!) breaks down Merrimack’s upcoming weekend against Colgate, including looking at early-season statistics and why they’re hard to trust, but what PDO could tell u
    7 hours ago / The Mack Report
  • UNH Commits Update: October-20-2016

    Goalie Mike Robinson First USHL Win Player Spotlight - Mike Robinson UNH's "Goalie of the Future", Mike Robinson, secured his first victory in the United States Hockey League in his first appearance last Friday. The Dubuque Fighting Sai
    9 hours ago / THE UNH MEN'S HOCKEY BLOG
  • Denver Lookback

    Kieffer Bellows scored his first collegiate goal on Saturday night as BU lost 3-1. (Photo by Matt Dresens)It’s been a busy week over here at the blog headquarters, so I’ll keep the revision of last weekend to a minimum. BU lost n
    11 hours ago / The Bu Hockey blog
  • IBUH #3: Quinn, Hickey, Greeley; All-Access premiers

    Episode 3 of Inside BU Hockey features Bernie Corbett’s interview with Head Coach David Quinn, junior defenseman Brandon Hickey and former Terrier Associate Head Coach Steve Greeley. Hickey, a third-round pick of Calgary in the 2014
    12 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Chatham names former Potsdam captain Thomas assistant coach

    Chatham has named Todd Thomas the team’s first assistant coach. “I am very excited to announce the addition of Todd Thomas as our first assistant coach,” said Chatham head coach Michael Callan in a news release. “Todd served as the
    13 hours ago / Blogs @
  • New on-ice standard of play ‘trending in the right direction,’ refs enforcing ‘tight gap’ defense

    For college hockey fans that may not enjoy the increase in numbers of penalties called early in the college hockey season, there is only one way it will change and that is for players and coaches to adjust. Possibly related: NCAA wants men
    15 hours ago / Blogs @

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