• Wednesday Women: Pressure packed

    Candace and Arlan take a look at which team might emerge in the tightly contested ECAC, whether Minnesota-Duluth is a contender, what teams need better defense, and whether the pressure faced by Minnesota is lesser in this season. Possibl
    54 minutes ago / Blogs @
  • Harvard turns back Terriers in overtime, 3-2

    Despite producing what Coach David Quinn called “the best game we’ve played start to finish in a while,” #1 Terriers saw their five-game unbeaten streak end with Harvard claiming a 3-2 overtime win at Agganis Arena. After a sco
    2 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • Niagara starts the long road back from injury-filled 0-9 start

    The Purple Eagles have won three straight games, but they have only four more games before the holiday break. Possibly related: Niagara looks for a bounce-back season after regressing Road to Rochester is via the road for an unprecedented
    4 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Big fish remain in the pond

    College hockey recruiting has gotten pretty young, and it’s not often that there are uncommitted top prospects late in the game. But with the early signing period gone, there are still three big, uncommitted prospects that pretty much eve
    6 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • The Takeaway: Leonard and Diebold Lead RPI to 2-1 Non-Conference Win at UNH

    Durham, NH - Rensselaer made the 200 mile trek to UNH for a Tuesday night tilt in which it frustrated the home team to no end. UNH controlled play for a good portion of the game and got the game’s first goal. John Furgele sent in a point
    11 hours ago / College Hockey News: Blog
  • Despite first losses, Michigan Tech gives Houghton plenty to be excited about

    Attendance for Huskies home games has been on the rise, helped by a start that briefly launched the team to No. 1 in the poll. Possibly related: Michigan Tech locks up Pearson with contract extension through 2020-21 season Longtime Michiga
    11 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Diebold sharp as RPI wins at New Hampshire, 2-1

    Senior goaltender Scott Diebold came off the bench to shut out New Hampshire over the final two periods to lead RPI at a 2-1 non-conference victory in Durham, N.H. Parker Reno converted Travis Fulton’s feed with 3:39 to play in the first
    11 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here

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