• Happy Independence Day

    Fourth of July fireworks on Boston's Esplanade  ●  Terriers in the Olympics● Terriers in the World Junior Championships
    55 minutes ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Devils sign two players likely bound for Albany

    The New Jersey Devils on Friday signed defenseman Marc-Andre Gragnani and goaltender Yann Danis, both free agents who likely are ticketed for the American Hockey League team in Albany. Both contracts are one-year two-way deals worth $575,00
    5 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • Mark Schuttenhelm: Tackling the nickname dilemma

    My friend Mark Schuttenhelm wrote this article for today's Jamestown Sun. For those to don't know Mark, he's a great hockey mind and writes a weekly column about college hockey during the regular season. I have sat next to him in the REA pr
    12 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Foo, Kupsky in Sharks development camp

    by Ryan Fay Union will have two representatives in this year's San Jose Sharks prospect development camp. Foo (l) and Kupsky (r)Sophomore forward Spencer Foo and incoming goalie Jake Kupsky will be among the 43 players in the camp, se
    18 hours ago / Union Hockey Blog
  • Hohmann inks AHL contract; Harper, Crone named to US Select 18 squad

    Cason Hohmann(photo) joins Jack Eichel and Evan Rodrigues in the Sabres organization, signing a one-year contractwith Buffalo’s AHL affiliate, the Rochester Americans.  The Arlington, Texas, native scored 31 points last season, incl
    20 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Hedberg to San Jose; Harrold to St. Louis

    Johan Hedberg, who was the Albany Devils goaltending coach last season, has accepted a similar position with the San Jose Sharks. Also, former A-Devils defenseman Peter Harrold has signed a one-year two-way contract with the St. Louis Blues
    2 days ago / Hockey Spoken Here
  • Staying and going: NHL free agency begins

    Minnesota Wild photoWednesday was the first day of free agency in the NHL, and a couple of Mavericks were in on the action. Ryan Carter signed a one-year, $650,000 deal to stay with the Minnesota Wild, according to the Star Tribune's Mi
    2 days ago / PucKato

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