Q&A With … New Miami Coach Chris Bergeron

April 21, 2019 PRINT by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Chris Bergeron coaching a Miami practice at the 2010 Frozen Four. Related Articles Chris Bergeron Miami Chris Bergeron was named Miami’s new head coach a couple weeks ago, leaving Bowling Green for his alma mater. He was a member of the first Miami team that made […]

Wilson Earns New Contract Extension at RIT

April 21, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles RIT RIT coach Wayne Wilson has received a new contract extension, taking him through the 2024-25 season. He’d already been on a contract with three years left on it. Wilson interviewed for the vacant Bowling Green coaching job Wednesday. Bowling Green, his alma mater, ultimately hired […]

Bowling Green Names Eigner New Coach

April 20, 2019 PRINT Long-time Assistant Takes Over at Alma Mater CHN Staff Report Related Articles Bowling Green Bowling Green announced on Saturday that Ty Eigner has been named as the school’s eighth head hockey coach. Eigner, a 1993 graduate of the university, was an assistant under Chris Bergeron for the last nine years. Bergeron […]

NCAA Approves Sweeping Changes to Recruiting Timeline

April 19, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report NCAA legislation approved today by the Division I Council will significantly change the recruiting calendar for college hockey teams and players. This issue has been on the table for the better part of two years, and was first discussed by CHN at length last November. The most significant […]

NCAA Announces Regional Sites For 2020, 2021

April 19, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Denver Allentown will get the Midwest Regional for a third straight year, and a newcomer to the mix is added for 2020. Those were among the items of note as the NCAA announced the winning bids to host NCAA Tournament Regionals in 2020 and 2021 today. […]

Sandelin to Lead U.S. World Juniors in 2020

April 17, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Scott Sandelin Minnesota-Duluth Minnesota-Duluth coach Scott Sandelin, who just led his team to a second straight national championship, has been named head coach of Team USA for the 2020 World Junior tournament, taking place next winter in Czech Republic. “We’re extremely pleased to have Scott leading […]

St. Lawrence Conducts First Interviews For Coaching Position

April 15, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Jerry Keefe American Int’l Northeastern St. Lawrence has begun interviews for its head coaching vacancy, starting with American International head coach Eric Lang and Northeastern assistant Jerry Keefe, sources told CHN. CHN Blog: Analyzing St. Lawrence’s interview candidates Lang has been the head coach at AIC […]

Providence’s Bryson Signs 3-Year NHL Deal

April 15, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Jacob Bryson Providence PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Providence defenseman Jacob Bryson has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Buffalo Sabres, forgoing his final year of collegiate eligibility. Bryson will report to the Rochester Americans (AHL) on an amateur tryout agreement for the remainder of the season […]

Larsson Signs With Red Wings, Leaves Denver After 1 Year

April 15, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Filip Larsson Denver DETROIT — The Detroit Red Wings today agreed to terms with Denver goaltender Filip Larsson on a three-year entry-level contract. The contract will begin with the 2019-20 season. Larsson, 20, recently completed his freshman season, where he helped the Pioneers to the NCAA Frozen […]

UMass’ Makar Signs with Colorado

Unanswered Prayer, Hopeful Redemption We had watched it all before. A talented team sneaks into the tournament at a lower seed than they were expected at the beginning of the year… Coming Up Empty Sometimes, no matter what you do, it doesn’t work… ‘One Helluva D Corps’ “Hard work and defense wins championships. I think […]