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  • UND Blitzes Providence College 6-1

    After being run out of their own building two weeks earlier, UND used a balanced attack and scored six goals by six different players to beat the Providence College Friars 6-1 at Ralph Englestad Arena.  UND's penalty-kill set the ton
    3 hours ago / Goon's world
  • Fast start carries Dutchmen to 5-1 win

    Box Score by Ryan Fay Second-ranked Union scored three early goals and went on to defeat ninth-ranked St. Cloud, 5-1, in front of a standing-room only crowd of 2,295 Friday at Messa Rink. With the win, the Dutchmen (5-0) extended t
    4 hours ago / Union Hockey Blog
  • Postgame: Merrimack 5, Mercyhurst 4 (OT)

    The Highlights The Pressers The Podcasts The following interviews were recorded by Merrimack play-by-play voice John Leahy Pregame with Merrimack head coach Mark Dennehy http://www.warriorhockey.org/podcast/20141024-dennehypre.mp3 Pregame w
    4 hours ago / The Mack Report
  • O’Connor returns and blanks Spartans, 1-0

    Junior goalie Matt O’Connor returned to the Terrier goal and turned aside 29 shots and the Terriers made an Ahti Oksanen second-period goal stand up for a 1-0 win over Michigan State. Nearly half of O’Connor’s saves came in the
    5 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Saturday Hockey Notes and Thoughts: Pioneers Pounce on UMD Mistakes

    For UMD, there's been a lot of talk about starting games better. "Every coach talks about it," head coach Scott Sandelin said earlier this week. "The first four, five shifts, five or ten minutes of a game, is critical. It's not like it h
    5 hours ago / The Ciskie Blog
  • Mavericks 3, Chargers 1

    Free Press photo by Pat ChristmanFreddy's three thoughts of the game ... 1. Finding a way: We've seen games like this before at the Verizon Wireless Center, right? A goalie keeps the underdog hanging around. The Mavericks get frustrated,
    5 hours ago / PucKato
  • Biega Scores Twice, Merrimack Buries Mercyhurst in OT

    ERIE, Pa. — Twice Merrimack College freshman Marc Biega would score to give the Warriors a lead, the last time coming in overtime, as the Warriors beat Mercyhurst 5-4 on Friday night to improve to 4-0-0 on the season. All four of Merrimac
    6 hours ago / The Mack Report

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