Wrapping Up the NHL Draft, By the Numbers

June 23, 2019 PRINT by Greg Cameron/CHN Reporter After nine inbound college-committed prospects were chosen in Friday’s first round, the end of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft saw the final total of NCAA connections rise to 71, the highest mark since 2007. Twenty-six schools had at least one player selected. The story of the first round was […]

NHL Draft Day 2 Preview

June 22, 2019 PRINT Current NCAA Players Who Deserve a Second Look by Greg Cameron/CHN Reporter Related Articles Arizona State Colorado College Massachusetts Minnesota Notre Dame Providence Quinnipiac Round 1 of this year’s NHL Entry Draft came and went Friday with nine NCAA-bound players being selected, a solid number that was two short of the […]

9 Incoming Collegians Selected in 1st Round of NHL Draft

June 21, 2019 PRINT Hughes Becomes 8th American Drafted No. 1 CHN Staff Report Related Articles Boston College Wisconsin Nine incoming freshmen were selected in the first round of the NHL Entry Draft Friday night in Vancouver.  Eight of the nine players came from the U.S. National Team Development Program. Jack Hughes, also of the […]

2019 NHL Draft Preview

June 20, 2019 PRINT Could Approach Record No. of NCAA-Bound 1st Rounders by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) Related Articles Boston College Boston University Michigan Wisconsin As far as USA Hockey is concerned, the 2016 NHL Entry Draft remains its greatest accomplishment. Eleven Americans went in the first 30 picks in 2016, including No. 1 overall […]

10 to Watch at NHL Draft

June 19, 2019 PRINT Key Players Headed to NCAA, Beyond the 1st Rounders by Greg Cameron/CHN Reporter Related Articles Boston University Bowling Green Harvard Minnesota Round one of the 2019 NHL Entry Draft begins Friday at 8 p.m. (ET) from Vancouver, when Jack Hughes will almost certainly become a New Jersey Devil upon announcement of […]

Q&A With … Air Force Coach Frank Serratore

June 17, 2019 PRINT by Thomas J. Murphy/CHN Reporter Related Articles Frank Serratore Air Force Frank Serratore is always compelling to talk to. For one, he can light up a room with his glib remarks, but he has also keeps his pulse on all of college hockey, and has been around a long time. So […]

Brekke Brings Renewed Optimism to St. Lawrence

June 13, 2019 PRINT by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Brent Brekke (r.) with St. Lawrence athletic director Bob Durocher. Related Articles Brent Brekke St. Lawrence After a lengthy search, St. Lawrence officially named Brent Brekke its new head coach a couple weeks ago. Brekke has a distinguished resume, including the 2014 Terry Flanagan Award as […]

Sandelin Agrees to 4-Year Extension at UMD

June 7, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Scott Sandelin Minnesota-Duluth Scott Sandelin has reached agreement on a new four-year contract extension, that now takes him through the 2024-25 season. Sandelin is coming off a second straight national championship, and has taken the Bulldogs to the title game three years in a row. “I […]

Big Ten Names New Commissioner

June 4, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report ROSEMONT, Ill. — The Big Ten has named Kevin Warren its new commissioner, the sixth in the conference’s history. He will replace Jim Delany, who will officially step down Jan. 1, 2020. Warren is current the Chief Operating Officer for the NFL’s Minnesota Vikings, where he has worked […]

Feola Named New ECAC Dir. of Officials

June 3, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report ALBANY, N.Y. — The ECAC has named Peter Feola the new Director of Officiating for men’s hockey. Bryan Hicks will serve the same role on the women’s side. They replace Paul Stewart, who was let go at the end of last season. “Both gentlemen are well-respected within ECAC […]