• Friday Morning Skate

    The No. 9 Mavericks are back home following their split at Alaska to take on Ferris State in a WCHA series. In their last meeting, the Bulldogs defeated MSU 2-1 for the league playoff championship and got the WCHA's lone berth into the NCAA
    36 minutes ago / PucKato
  • Weekend Preview: Big Ten, Oct. 29

    All six teams are in action for the Big Ten this weekend. A few teams are hitting the east coast, starting with a trip to the North Country from Wisconsin and Minnesota. Michigan will also be on that side of the coast to play Vermont and Da
    53 minutes ago / College Hockey News: Blog
  • Both Alaska programs spared as cuts announced at Fairbanks, Anchorage

    At a Thursday press conference, it was announced that several sports are in their last season at Alaska-Fairbanks and Alaska-Anchorage. None of those sports is hockey, however. Skiing is being eliminated at both schools, while UAA is axing
    2 hours ago / Blogs @
  • Friday Morning Reading

    UND opened last season with four road trips on four consecutive weekends. Three of them were lengthy ones. At Portland, Maine. At Bemidji. At Burlington, Vt. At Colorado Springs. What may seem like a daunting start for a team with a large f
    6 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • Friday Gameday: A Tussle at the Top

    For a series in late October, it really doesn't get any better than this. It's a showdown of the No. 1 UND men's hockey team and the No. 2 Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs from AmsOil Arena in Duluth, the first regular-season tussle between the
    8 hours ago / Daddy Dump and Chase
  • VIP Podcast #204 (10/27/16) — Previewing Merrimack’s Weekend Against Cornell and UNH

    In this episode, TMR editor Mike McMahon breaks down the matchup between Merrimack and Cornell, as well as the Warriors and UNH. We look at the differences between Cornell and UNH and what challenges each opponent presents, as well as how C
    9 hours ago / The Mack Report
  • Blue chip center Shane Bowers commits for 2017

    Shane Bowers, a highly-regarded prospect with speed, skills and size, has committed to BU for 2017. The 6’1”, 178 lb., left-shot center from Halifax, Nova Scotia, who has been projected as a mid-to-late first round pick in next Jun
    13 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog

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