• Three Things I Think: Big Ten, Nov. 25

    The Big Ten finished an okay weekend in non-conference play. But it’s what happened off the ice that is tremendous not only for Big Ten hockey, but for college hockey as a whole. The conference proposed a legislation to the NCAA that woul
    3 hours ago / College Hockey News: Blog
  • Happy Thanksgiving?

    While many of us are thankful this time of year, there are always contrarians. LetsGoDU wanted to share this article from DU student Hsing Tseng published in Uloop: DU Politics several years ago entitled Why I Hate Thanksgiving. The
    4 hours ago / LET'S GO DU - Denver Hockey
  • Men's Hockey - at Bentley/New Hampshire (20/24 Nov)

    Another weekend, another couple of wins for an RPI team that is certainly on more than a little bit of a roll - although neither win came easy. On the road against Bentley and at home against New Hampshire on Friday and Tuesday nights respe
    4 hours ago / Without A Peer
  • Talented Knochenmus seeing game take off as junior at Wisconsin-Eau Claire

    Adam Knochenmus is in his third season at Wisconsin-Eau Claire and has made significant strides during his career with the Blugolds. Those strides have helped him become one of the top scoring threats for Eau Claire. In fact, during the tea
    4 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Wednesday update

    Quick update here before I have to catch my flight to Michigan. All three goaltenders are fully participating in practice and will travel to Michigan. UND coach Brad Berry has not announced a starting goalie for Friday night yet, so … Con
    5 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • After ending season-opening skid, Ohio State starts to see results

    The Buckeyes have won three straight after starting the season with seven consecutive losses. Up next is a trip to No. 6 Omaha. Possibly related: Ohio State has had enough of playing catch-up after poor season starts Ohio State’s McCorm
    5 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Breaking Down The Power Structure of the NCAA Council Vote

    When the proposed Big Ten legislation on enrollment age for college hockey goes to vote in April, each of the 32 Division I conferences will receive a vote. However, some of those votes will count more than others. The votes are weighted, a
    5 hours ago / College Hockey News: Blog

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