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Meet the Faces That Will Change BU Hockey

David Quinn’s first season as coach of the Boston University hockey team was a struggle. The team went 10-21-4, winning just one away game all season. As the team continues […]

Christian Folin Would be a Good Fit in Edmonton

Christian Folin Would be a Good Fit in Edmonton

With the NCAA hockey season winding down and teams being eliminated, there is the yearly list of college free agent players looking to make the jump to go pro. The […]

Calgary Flames 2011 fourth-rounder Johnny Gaudreau (Kim Klement-US PRESSWIRE)

NCAA Hockey: Johnny Gaudreau Heir Apparent for the 2014 Hobey Baker

Division I college hockey is entering the stretch run. The Regular season is winding down, and there’s roughly three-to-four weeks left until the conference tourneys begin. Crunch time is here, […]

by · February 14, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, Hockey East, Prospects
Bedlam at Boston University

Bedlam at Boston University

For the first time in forty years when the BU hockey players arrived on Commonwealth Avenue in September 2013, Jack Parker was not there to greet them.  For forty years, […]

by · February 13, 2014 · 0 comments · College Hockey, Hockey East
Thatcher Demko should have no problem being selected during the early stages of this year's NHL Draft. (John Quackenbos/NCAA)

Q & A With 2014 NHL Draft Prospect Thatcher Demko

The 2014 NHL Entry Draft is still months away, but with CSS’s midterm rankings being released a couple of weeks ago, the hunt to learn whatever one can about the […]

by · January 28, 2014 · 0 comments · Hockey East, NHL Entry Draft
Matt Grzelcyk at the Boston Bruins 2012 Development Camp. (Photo: Amanda Mand)

Terriers to Provide Bite for Team USA Offense at 2014 World Juniors

Team will rely heavily on 3 Boston University Terriers to repeat as champions at the 2014 World Juniors: Danny O’Regan, Matt Grzelcyk, and Jack Eichel.

Steph Pattyn against BU, Eric Classen, UND Athletics

NCAA Hockey: Is it Time for Neutral Officials for Non-conference Match-ups?

This past weekend, I was able to watch four college hockey games on my television in my living room. One of the reasons I have DirecTV, instead of normal cable, […]

by · November 27, 2013 · 0 comments · College Hockey, Hockey East, NCHC
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Washington Capitals NCAA Prospects Review

As development camp came to a close earlier this month, Washington Capitals’ fans saw a glimpse of potential NHL stars. Highlighted by forwards Tom Wilson and Riley Barber, along with […]

Riley Barber (Jeff Sabo/Miami University)

Riley Barber: Get To Know The Caps Prospect

The Washington Capitals selected Miami University of Ohio forward prospect Riley Barber in the sixth round of the 2012 NHL entry draft, giving them a skilled forward that could provide […]

by · June 3, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · College Hockey, Hockey East, Washington Capitals
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Could John Tortorella Be Maine’s Savior?

Recent reports from Darren Dreger say that New York Rangers coach John Tortorella could be out of a job if the Rangers fail to advance in the playoffs. It’s entirely […]

Andrew Miller

Edmonton Oilers Sign Frozen Four MVP Andrew Miller

The Edmonton Oilers signed NCAA Frozen Four MVP and Yale captain Andrew Miller on wednesday to a one year contract. Miller, 24, had 41 points in 37 games for Yale […]

by · April 18, 2013 · Comments are Disabled · Edmonton Oilers, Hockey East
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Thomas DiPauli: Washington Capitals College Prospect Update

Many players are selected through the NHL entry draft at a very young age. Most players go to a junior league and quickly become club property as early as age […]

by · December 20, 2012 · Comments are Disabled · College Hockey, Hockey East, Player Profiles, Prospects, Washington Capitals