Bryn Chyzyk and Johnny Simonson, (Eric Classen, UND Athletics)

UND Hockey: Special Teams Firing on All Cylinders

One of the burning questions entering the 2014-15 season; who was going to score goals for the University of North Dakota hockey team? After giving up five goals in the […]

by · October 25, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCHC
UND goalie Zane Gothberg (Eric Classen/UND Athletics)

North Dakota and Providence Take Center Stage

This weekend, the University of North Dakota and Providence College Friars take center stage in an important two-game non-conference series at Ralph Engelstad Arena. This non-conference series will have national implications in the Pairwise […]

by · October 24, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey East, NCHC
Halli Krzyzaniak, University of North Dakota (UND Athletic Media Relations)

UND Women Set to Battle the Minnesota Gophers

After splitting at home with the University of Minnesota Duluth last weekend, the University of North Dakota women’s hockey team is set to battle the high flying top-ranked Minnesota Golden […]

by · October 23, 2014 · 0 comments · NCAA, Women's Hockey
Jack Eichel is just one of highly coveted prospects available for the 2015 NHL Draft.  (USA Hockey/Ellen DeLuca)

Jack Eichel Tracker: Torching His Former Team

Part I: A Dazzling Debut (5 Assists vs. St. Thomas) Part II: Matching McDavid (2 Goals, 2 Assists vs. UMass Amherst) In an ongoing series of articles, the Jack Eichel […]

Jack Eichel is just one of highly coveted prospects available for the 2015 NHL Draft.  (USA Hockey/Ellen DeLuca)

Jack Eichel Tracker: Matching McDavid

In an ongoing series of articles, the Jack Eichel Tracker will monitor Eichel’s performance and development in his freshman season at Boston University. As a BU student, I will have […]

North Dakota loses to Minnesota in the semifinals of the Frozen Four. [photo: Josh Smith]

UND Must Move Past Frozen Four Loss

Last April, UND’s season ended abruptly in the Frozen Four semifinals when Minnesota Golden Gophers defenseman Justin Holl scored the winning goal with 0.06 seconds left in regulation. That loss […]

by · October 11, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCHC
Nittany Lions forward Zach Saar (Mark Selders/Penn State Athletic Communications)

Interview: Penn State Coach Guy Gadowsky

Buffalo Sabres owner and Penn State alumni Terry Pegula changed the foundation of the Penn State hockey program forever. A university changing financial contribution gave PSU a remarkable hockey arena, […]

by · October 10, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCAA
Josefine Jakobsen, University of North Dakota (UND Athletic Media Relations)

UND Women’s Coach: Many Factors Preventing Women’s Tourney from Being Televised

Women’s hockey has grown significantly in the last couple of years. According to the Globe and Mail, Canada and the U.S. have thousands more females playing hockey than the rest […]

by · October 9, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, Women's Hockey
Jack Eichel is just one of highly coveted prospects available for the 2015 NHL Draft.  (USA Hockey/Ellen DeLuca)

Jack Eichel Tracker: A Dazzling Debut

In an ongoing series of articles, the Jack Eichel Tracker will monitor Eichel’s performance and development in his freshman season at Boston University. As a BU student, I will have […]

UND Head Coach Dave Hakstol, Eric Classen, UIND Sports

UND Hockey Team Primed for Big Season

Last April, the University of North Dakota hockey team’s season ended abruptly in the semifinals of the Frozen Four. UND played their game plan to perfection, but still came up […]

by · October 7, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCHC
Jordan and Nick Schmaltz, UND Athletics/Peter Bottini

UND Hockey: Nick Schmaltz Makes His UND Debut

Sunday night, the University of Hockey Dakota hockey team kicked off the 2014-15 season with an exhibition game against the Manitoba Bisons. Sunday’s game marked the much anticipated debut of […]

by · October 7, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCHC
Clarke Saunders, (Todd Christensen / DU Athletics)

Breaking Down the NCHC Preseason Poll

The National Collegiate Hockey Conference released their second annual Preseason Poll Thursday, and the University of North Dakota was picked to win the regular season title by the media. UND […]

by · September 26, 2014 · 2 comments · College Hockey, NCAA