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Is Jack Eichel Returning to BU?

At Friday night’s Friends of BU Hockey Awards Banquet, the awards portion of the night went along with no surprises. Jack Eichel won the Ed Carpenter Award for Most Points, […]

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Admiral’s Sign Son of Troy Loney to ATO

[7/8] Denver Opens 2015 Playoff Run with 4-3 Home Win Over [6/6] Minnesota-Duluth: http://t.co/yslKZnGt7g #DU1NATION pic.twitter.com/1SE4uiezNs — Denver Hockey (@DU_Hockey) March 14, 2015 Most Penguins and Ducks are familiar with […]

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Jack Eichel Tracker: Close, but No Cigar

After dispatching the Yale Bulldogs and Minnesota-Duluth to win the Northeast Regional, the Terriers were set to face the University of North Dakota for the right to compete for an […]

UND Head Coach Dave Hakstol, UND Athletics

Fire Coach Hakstol, Not Likely

It must be the offseason, a vocal minority of North Dakota hockey fans are once again calling for the ouster of head coach Dave Hakstol.  This time, some of those […]

by · April 13, 2015 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCHC
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Uncertain Future for Boston University Terriers

Last night, the Providence College Friars came back in the 3rd period to steal a National Championship from Boston University, one of the top teams in the entire NCAA. It […]

by · April 12, 2015 · 0 comments · College Hockey, Hockey East
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Patience/Development Beneficial for BU’s Brandon Fortunato

All season, the focal points for Boston University’s ice hockey team have been Jack Eichel, Matt O’Connor, and Matt Grzelcyk for obvious reasons. Eichel has been on scout’s draft radars […]

by · April 11, 2015 · 0 comments · College Hockey
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Semifinal Preview: UND vs. BU

Thursday, the University of North Dakota takes on the Boston University Terriers in the NCAA Frozen Four Semifinals. The winning team advances to the final game. Loser goes home. Series […]

by · April 7, 2015 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCAA
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UND Hockey: Focus on Team Goals, Not Individual Awards

Coming into the season, the University of North Dakota hockey team returned a majority of the team that went to that Frozen Four, this raised expectations. After winning the West […]

by · April 6, 2015 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCAA
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Additional Hockey Outlets For Stars Fans

Realistically the Stars season is pretty much over.  They have to win all of their remaining 4 games and they need LA and Winnipeg to lose their last 4 games […]

Harvard University and Nashville Predators prospect Jimmy Vesey (Photo by Gil Talbot)

Predators Pick Jimmy Vesey A Finalist For The Hobey Baker

It’s been a big week for Harvard Crimson junior forward and 2012 third-round Nashville Predators draft pick Jimmy Vesey. He announced he was returning to school for his senior season, […]

Saint Cloud State captain and Nashville Predators 2009 4th round draft pick Nick Oliver (Photo by Saint Cloud State)

Are the Predators Going to Sign 2009 Pick Nick Oliver?

Nick Oliver saw his college hockey career at St. Cloud State end in a 4-1 loss in the second round to the second-ranked North Dakota Fighting Sioux on Saturday, March 28. […]

by · April 2, 2015 · 0 comments · Nashville Predators, NCHC
West Regional Champs (Peter Bottini, UND Athletics)

NCAA Hockey: The Neutral Site Revisited

Must be the NCAA hockey playoffs? Once again, we’re hearing complaints about regional championships being played in half-empty arenas. Watching some of the games on television this past weekend, there […]

by · March 31, 2015 · 0 comments · College Hockey, NCAA