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  • Seney Looking to Add Strength this Offseason

    Merrimack College rising sophomore Brett Seney has the speed. After a 26-point freshman season, he also certainly has the skill. If there was one area where the 5-foot-9 forward thought he could improve this offseason, it was adding some
    29 minutes ago / The Mack Report
  • Brett Seney Interview Transcript

    The following interview with Merrimack rising sophomore Brett Seney was conducted on July 28, 2015. In the interview, Seney talked about the NHL Draft from this past June, as well as getting stronger in his first offseason as a college hock
    29 minutes ago / The Mack Report
  • Former St. Thomas assistant Burgess ‘rose to the top’ over 100 candidates, tabbed head coach at Nichols

    Nichols has announced the hiring of Parker Burgess as the 18th head coach in school history. Burgess spent the previous five seasons at St. Thomas, first as an assistant coach (2010-13) before being elevated to associate head coach in 2013.
    7 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • NCAA alumni Crowe, Moore join U.S. NTDP staff

    USA Hockey announced Wednesday that former Clarkson defenseman Jeremiah Crowe (2006-10) has been named assistant director of player personnel and ex-Maine forward Greg Moore (2002-06) is the new intern assistant coach at USA Hockey’s Nati
    7 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • Know Your Enemy: St. Lawrence

    A solid goaltender can take a team that might have been mediocre without him and turn them into world-beaters. Lacking one can turn a team that might have regularly destroyed teams offensively and turn them into an inconsistent mess. Case i
    7 hours ago / Without A Peer
  • Player movements, trades, signings

    With the 2015-16 season about two months away, there’s some news and some rumors about players, reported by The Boston Hockey Blog.  A few weeks after 2015 recruit class member Sean MacTavish told The Pipeline Show that the BU coach
    14 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Adios, WJC

    The U.S. will host the World Juniors for the sixth time ever in 2018, and that event will end up in Chicago, St. Louis, Buffalo, Pittsburgh or Tampa. I’m going to advise the bookies to make Pittsburgh the favorite, but … Continue readin
    20 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey

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