Team of the Week: Notre Dame

November 12, 2019 PRINT Irish One of 3 Remaining Unbeatens After Sweeping OSU by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Related Articles Notre Dame While going to four straight NCAA tournaments, including Frozen Fours in 2017 and 2018, Notre Dame hasn’t been known for lighting it up in recent years. Maybe that’s changing this year. The Irish […]

Alaska Schools Cleared to Play in 2020-21

November 11, 2019 PRINT Uncertainties Still Remain for the Programs CHN Staff Report Related Articles Alaska Alaska-Anchorage The University of Alaska’s Board of Regents has announced that intercollegiate athletics will continue as is at its two schools — Fairbanks and Anchorage — for the 2020-21 season. Alaska’s coaches had recently indicated to College Hockey News […]

Roundup: Another Late Rally for Notre Dame Downs Ohio State

November 10, 2019 PRINT Penn State Gets Revenge on Lethemon, Michigan State by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) Related Articles Notre Dame Penn State Notre Dame continued its unbeaten start and picked up six Big Ten points on the weekend, completing the sweep with a 2-1 win over Ohio State Saturday. A third-period goal from Jake […]

Roundup: Duluth Salvages Point from Denver with Late Rally

November 9, 2019 PRINT North Dakota Pushes Win Streak to 4, Crushes Miami by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) Related Articles Denver Minnesota-Duluth North Dakota When the last two programs to claim national championships, who also happen to be the two favorites for this year’s crown, meet anywhere, it promises to provide a game worth watching. […]

His Team, His Time

November 8, 2019 PRINT UMass’ Leonard Emerging as Difference Maker by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) John Leonard after one of his goals last weekend. Related Articles Massachusetts Greg Carvel still hears from Cale Makar every so often. The 2019 Hobey Baker Memorial Award winner plays for the Colorado Avalanche now. He still keeps tabs on […]

Team of the Week: Ohio State

November 5, 2019 PRINT Sweep of Michigan has Buckeyes on Course Again by Jashvina Shah/Staff Writer (@icehockeystick) Related Articles Ohio State Coming off its third NCAA tournament appearance in a row, Ohio State faced a few question marks. It lost half of its goaltending tandem, a couple leading scorers and the leaders instrumental in Ohio […]

Despite Losses, Quinnipiac Doesn’t Need Full Rebuild

November 5, 2019 PRINT by Thomas J. Murphy/CHN Reporter Related Articles Quinnipiac We spoke to Quinnipiac coach Rand Pecknold before last weekend’s games, which wound up being two losses at Arizona State. CHN: Let’s summarize what has been an eventful offseason for your team. You lost two of the top defensemen in the country, Chase […]

Roundup: Another OT Winner Helps Clarkson Sweep St. Lawrence

November 3, 2019 PRINT Cornell Leaves East Lansing with 2 Wins by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) Related Articles Clarkson Cornell Clarkson and St. Lawrence have plenty in common, including one of the defining rivalries in college hockey. At the moment, however, the realties for each team couldn’t be less similar. The Golden Knights are a […]

Roundup: Leonard Leads UMass to Sweep of Northeastern

November 2, 2019 PRINT Second-Period Rally Lifts BC Over Providence by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) Related Articles Boston College Massachusetts There were times last season when Massachusetts needed something. A tie game, a slow start, the Minutemen needed a lift. In those moments, UMass always had Cale Makar. His departure after leading the program to […]

Cornell Rarin’ to Get Going

October 30, 2019 PRINT Late Ivy Start Just Another Hurdle for Team with High Expectations by Joshua Seguin/Staff Writer (@JoshSeguin24) Related Articles Cornell For a team with the history and pedigree of Cornell, going 10 years without a postseason trophy is rare and starts to mount the pressure. Last winning an ECAC crown in 2010, […]