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  • Devils lose in shootout despite Whitney’s surge

    Joe Whitney scored twice in the final six minutes to force overtime but missed his shootout attempt as the Albany Devils los to the Hartford Wolf Pack 3-2 Wednesday night in front of 1,776 at Times Union Center. It was the 10th loss in 12 N
    8 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • NAHL's top scorer commits to MSU

    Chandler Madry, the leading scorer in the North American Hockey League, announced his commitment to Minnesota State on Wednesday via Twitter: Very excited to announce my commitment to Minnesota State-Mankato! Huge thanks for those who have
    9 hours ago / PucKato
  • Milliron a key part of Wisconsin-River Falls’ success

    Tanner Milliron will tell you that one of the most instrumental things to the success of Wisconsin-River Falls’ early-season success can’t be found in the box score or on a stat sheet. It goes far beyond any of that as far as the junior
    11 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • O’Donnell out, Schmaltz skates

    One step forward, one step back for UND on the injury front. Nick Schmaltz returned to the ice Wednesday and skated in practice. His status is still up in the air for the weekend, but the fact that he’s out … Continue reading →
    12 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • NHL Quarter Awards

    With the season already a quarter over, lets take a look at who should win the Hart, Vezina, Norris, Calder, and Jack Adams trophies if the season were to end right now. Hart: Sidney Crosby Well no surprise here as Crosby is tops in the
    14 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Cortland moving forward under new coach Cardarelli

    For a team trying to fight its way upward through a tough league (think SUNYAC), progress can often be measured thusly. Two steps forward, one step back. So it is with Cortland (2-5-1, 2-4-1) under first-year coach Joe Cardarelli. Winless i
    14 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • St. Anselm’s Yoshida proof that talent can be found in New Mexico

    It’s well-documented that hockey talent has been emerging from non-traditional places such as California, Arizona and even Florida and Texas. And New Mexico. Seriously. St. Anselm senior defenseman Robin Yoshida is the lone New Mexico nat
    14 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com

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