Between the Lines: Finding the Balance

February 19, 2019 PRINT Teams With Lots of Blue Chippers Struggling to Make NCAAs by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Related Articles Boston College Boston University Michigan Minnesota Wisconsin Amid all the rage over recruiting — with players committing too young, and teams stealing each other’s players — it should be noted that, this year more […]

Q&A With … AIC Coach Eric Lang

February 19, 2019 PRINT by Thomas J. Murphy/CHN Reporter Related Articles American Int’l Among a lot of good stories in college hockey this year, American International has certainly been one of them. Despite losing two games last weekend at Arizona State, the Yellow Jackets are having the best season in the program’s history, now in […]

Arizona State Has All But Sealed NCAA Bid

February 17, 2019 PRINT by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Related Articles Arizona State They may not want to talk about it yet, but after another weekend sweep, Arizona State has all but locked in an at-large NCAA tournament bid. Playing their last home game of the season Saturday night, the Sun Devils watched a 4-1, […]

Roundup: ASU Likely for NCAA Tournament After AIC Sweep

February 17, 2019 PRINT Tufto’s Late Winner Helps QU Make Move in ECAC Race CHN Staff Report Related Articles Arizona State Clarkson Quinnipiac Union Yale A one-point weekend is hardly the result Cornell needed to lock up an ECAC championship. After Friday’s disappointing 3-3 tie with Brown, during which the Big Red blew a three-goal […]

UNO Still Waiting to Turn a Corner

February 15, 2019 PRINT by Nathan Pullen/CHN Reporter Related Articles Nebraska-Omaha In its second season under head coach, Mike Gabinet, Nebraska-Omaha has not fared as its faithful may have hoped. Last weekend’s split with Miami brought the Mavericks to a record of 9-17-2 (5-12-1 NCHC). The team is playing its most difficult schedule to date […]

Alaska, UAA Brace for New State Budget Proposal Consequences

February 14, 2019 PRINT by Christopher Boulay/CHN Writer (@chrismboulay) Related Articles Alaska Alaska-Anchorage College hockey in Alaska is in danger again. Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy announced $1.6 billion in proposed state budget cuts Wednesday to address a fiscal deficit, with $134 million slated to be deducted from the University of Alaska’s budget for the 2020 […]

The New Northeastern

February 13, 2019 PRINT Huskies Not Satisfied with Second Straight Beanpot by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) (photo: Matt Dewkett) Related Articles Northeastern BOSTON — Jim Madigan was happy. Sitting in front of a couple dozen college hockey writers and administrators, he smiled as his senior captain Eric Williams and all-world goaltender Cayden Primeau answered questions […]

Top Of the Line

February 13, 2019 PRINT Michigan State’s Khodorenko Helps Lead the Best Trio In College Hockey by Jashvina Shah/Staff Writer (@icehockeystick) Related Articles Michigan State Michigan State’s offense is ranked 30th in goals per game. But what goals per game doesn’t show is that the Spartans house one of the top lines in college hockey, including […]

York Signs Contract Extension Through 2021-22

February 11, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Boston College CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. — Boston College has signed coach Jerry York to a multi-year contract extension that will take him through the 2021-22 season. York, college hockey’s all-time winningest coach with 1,063, is in his 25th season at his alma mater and sits just four […]

Roundup: St. Cloud State Rallies Past Colorado College

February 10, 2019 PRINT Minnesota State Nears WCHA Regular-Season Title CHN Staff Report Related Articles Minnesota State St. Cloud State Like Friday night, St. Cloud State found itself behind to Colorado College. And, just like Friday night, the Huskies came roaring back. Trailing, 4-2, late in the third period, SCSU got goals from Nick Perbix […]