Syracuse’s Logan Hicks Is a Third Generation Talent

A third generation hockey player is a rarity. For a women’s hockey player, it is perhaps even more so. Standout Syracuse University forward Logan Hicks is one of those very few – in addition to being an up-and-coming talent herself. Hicks’ grandfather Wayne had his name inscribed on the Stanley Cup with the 1960-61 Chicago […]

Report: Tkachuk Turning Pro After 1 Season at BU

August 11, 2018 PRINT Was 4th Overall Pick in June’s NHL Draft CHN Staff Report Related Articles Brady Tkachuk Boston University Brady Tkachuk, who scored eight goals in his one season at Boston University, has told the team he intends to sign a pro contract, ESPN’s John Buccigross reported today. Tkachuk was the fourth overall […]

Berenson, Poile, Stewart Inducted Into U.S. Hockey Hall

August 9, 2018 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Red Berenson Michigan Northeastern COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Long-time Michigan coach and playing standout Red Berenson, Northeastern alumnus David Poile, and Penn alum and referee Paul Stewart are among this year’s inductees to the U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame. The 2018 U.S. Hockey Hall of Fame […]

Mass.-Lowell Adding Pagliero To Coaching Staff

August 7, 2018 PRINT by Mike McMahon/Staff Writer (@MikeMcMahonCHN) Related Articles Colgate Mass.-Lowell UMass Lowell head coach Norm Bazin has added Juliano Pagliero to his coaching staff as an assistant coach, sources tell College Hockey News. Pagliero was serving as an assistant coach at Colgate under Don Vaughn, where he coached goalies and was also the program’s recruiting coordinator. Pagliero is […]

Quinn Hughes Says He’s Returning to Michigan

July 28, 2018 PRINT Sophomore-to-Be Was Selected 7th Overall in June Draft CHN Staff Report Related Articles Quinn Hughes Michigan Michigan sophomore defenseman Quinn Hughes has announced that he will return to the Wolverines this coming season. Hughes was a first-round draft pick (seventh overall) of the Vancouver Canucks in the 2018 NHL Entry Draft last month. […]

Colorado College Unveiling Plans for New Arena

July 25, 2018 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Colorado College Colorado College is set to unveil plans today for a new 3,000-seat on-campus arena, expected to open within three years, the Colorado Springs Gazette reported. The Tigers have been playing in the Broadmoor World Arena since 1997, a downtown facility that seats over 7,000. […]

Denver Captain Signs NHL Deal

July 23, 2018 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Denver Denver’s Logan O’Connor, a senior-to-be who was just named team captain last month, has decided to sign a two-year, entry-level free agent deal with the NHL’s Colorado Avalanche. O’Connor, 21, a native of Calgary, played 108 games in three seasons with the Pioneers, with 16 […]

Shootout Returns; NCAA Modifies OT Proposal

July 19, 2018 PRINT CHN Staff Report One month after the NCAA Men’s and Women’s Ice Hockey Rules Committee voted to abolish the use of shootouts and 3-on-3 to decide games, the Committee has modified its proposal and will continue to allow the practice. The original decision came out of a stated goal of creating […]

BC’s Brown Heading to Quinn’s NY Rangers Staff

July 17, 2018 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Boston College The Hockey East coaching shuffle continues, and the intrigue goes beyond the head coaches to the assistants as well. The latest major mover is Boston College’s Greg Brown, who was officially named an assistant coach with the NHL’s New York Rangers, joining former BU […]