Roundup: Luko the Hero Again For Denver

December 9, 2018 PRINT WMU, St. Cloud Keep Streaks Going CHN Staff Report Related Articles Denver Minnesota-Duluth North Dakota St. Cloud State Denver is used to a speed and skill game, but also plenty of grit when need be. And so this series with North Dakota came just at the right time for coach David […]

Roundup: Late Goal Pushes Minnesota Past Frustrated Michigan

December 9, 2018 PRINT Penn State Breaks Notre Dame Hex CHN Staff Report Related Articles Michigan Michigan Tech Minnesota Notre Dame Penn State Wisconsin The frustration that is mounting is starting to look like last year’s for Michigan. Whether the Wolverines have another second-half run in them that will propel them to a Frozen Four […]

Roundup: Carpenter Helps BU Break Skid

December 9, 2018 PRINT Northeastern, UNH Win Routs CHN Staff Report Related Articles Air Force Boston University Mercyhurst New Hampshire Northeastern Senior Bobo Carpenter and sophomore Shane Bowers each scored a pair of goals, junior Patrick Curry had a career-high three points and junior Jake Oettinger made a season-high 40 saves to help Boston University […]

Roundup: UMass Gets Split With Quinnipiac at Sold-Out Mullins

December 9, 2018 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Arizona State Clarkson Massachusetts Quinnipiac Yale Very few buildings in college hockey, especially in the East, have the capacity of Massachusetts’ Mullins Center. And for most of its existence, filling it was a dream. But this is a dream season so far for UMass, and fill […]

Roundup: Western Michigan Continues Hot Play By Downing Duluth

December 8, 2018 PRINT NMU Goalie Scores Into Empty Net CHN Staff Report Related Articles Denver North Dakota Northern Michigan Penn State St. Cloud State Western Michigan Western Michigan’s fifth straight win was perhaps its best one so far, capped by a thrilling late goal that defeated the defending national champions Minnesota-Duluth, 3-2. For now, […]

Mercyhurst Finds Steady Leader in Barach

December 6, 2018 PRINT by Melissa Burgess/CHN Reporter Related Articles Mercyhurst Mercyhurst Lakers forward Derek Barach first put on skates when he was only three years old. He wasn’t a big fan. “I absolutely hated it,” Barach said. “I couldn’t skate, I wasn’t very good at it. I didn’t want to listen to skating instructors. […]

Michigan Goalies Still Battling to Find Groove

December 5, 2018 PRINT Wolverines Confident in Second-Half Improvements by Jashvina Shah/Staff Writer (@icehockeystick) Related Articles Michigan After a blistering second half where he led Michigan to the Frozen Four, Hayden Lavigne was expected to be Michigan’s starter and the final answer to many long years of goaltending question marks. He started last season by […]

Sacred Heart’s Tugnutt Trying to Make Name of His Own

December 4, 2018 PRINT by Melissa Burgess/CHN Reporter (photo: Sacred Heart Athletics) Related Articles Sacred Heart Sacred Heart sophomore forward Matt Tugnutt grew up in a pretty unique household. After all, not everyone has a father who played in the NHL — but that’s exactly what both Matt and his older brother Jacob had. Just […]

Energy Player

December 3, 2018 PRINT Providence’s Sukumaran Embodies Friars’ Character by Mike McMahon/Staff Writer (@MikeMcMahonCHN) Related Articles Providence Every coach says their team wants to be “hard to play against.” But in order to be a tough team, you need tough players. Providence might be one of the toughest teams to play against in the country. […]

Roundup: North Dakota Recovers to Earn Split in Duluth

December 2, 2018 PRINT MTU, MSU Stay Hot Atop WCHA; 4-Goal 3rd Saves Wisconsin CHN Staff Report Related Articles Colorado College Michigan Tech Minnesota State Minnesota-Duluth Wisconsin Friday wasn’t very pretty for North Dakota. Minnesota-Duluth controlled play throughout and cruised to a resounding 5-0 win. A lot did, and the Fighting Hawks left Duluth with […]