Las Vegas Already Eyeing Frozen Four Bid

May 3, 2019 PRINT Would Be In the 2023-26 Cycle by Greg Cameron/CHN Reporter The return of the Frozen Four to the West could happen sooner than later, if things continue as they appear to be headed. A group from Las Vegas will bid to host both a Regional and Frozen Four in the upcoming […]

Harvard’s Fox Has NHL Rights Traded, Will Sign Pro Deal

April 30, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Adam Fox Harvard Harvard’s Adam Fox, who just finished his junior year and was a finalist for the Hobey Baker Award, is on the verge of signing an NHL contract with the New York Rangers. Fox was originally a 3rd-round draft pick of the Calgary Flames […]

Ferraro Decides to Leave UMass for NHL Deal

April 29, 2019 PRINT CHN Staff Report Related Articles Massachusetts Massachusetts sophomore defenseman Mario Ferraro has signed an entry level contract with the San Jose Sharks, forgoing the final two seasons of his collegiate eligibility, the organization announced today. Ferraro, who served as an alternate captain for the Minutemen in 2018-19, was selected by the […]

Q&A With … New Bowling Green Coach Ty Eigner

April 26, 2019 PRINT by Christopher Boulay/CHN Writer (@chrismboulay) Related Articles Bowling Green Ty Eigner was named Bowling Green’s eighth coach in team history last weekend, replacing long-time boss Chris Bergeron, who left to coach his alma mater, Miami. It has been an interesting coaching journey for Eigner. While he was an assistant for the […]

Lang to Stay at American International

April 26, 2019 PRINT Coach Turns Down St. Lawrence, Remains at Alma Mater by Mike McMahon/Staff Writer (@MikeMcMahonCHN) Related Articles American Int’l American International coach Eric Lang will not be the next head coach at St. Lawrence. Sources tell CHN that Lang was brought on campus last week for an interview and was the top candidate […]

Commentary: St. Lawrence … Another Spin

April 26, 2019 PRINT by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Related Articles St. Lawrence This morning, American International coach Eric Lang turned down St. Lawrence. On the surface, this is just another blemish on St. Lawrence’s reputation. A coach at a puny Atlantic Hockey school with all-but-zero good hockey history before this year turning down St. […]

Q&A With … Enrico Blasi

April 25, 2019 PRINT by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Related Articles Enrico Blasi Miami Enrico Blasi was fired recently after 20 years as head coach at Miami. His record was 398-311-76, with two Frozen Four appearances, including that fateful 2009 championship game loss in OT when his team led by two goals late. Like a […]

Commentary: Coaching Search Exposes Flaws In St. Lawrence Approach

April 25, 2019 PRINT by Joe Meloni/Senior Writer (@JoeMeloni) Related Articles Kris Mayotte Eric Lang American Int’l St. Lawrence St. Lawrence fired Mark Morris about a month ago. Which was four weeks after its season ended. SLU athletic director Bob Durocher and some others in Canton decided a season during which the Saints were one […]

Sandelin, and Building the Modern Champion

April 23, 2019 PRINT It’s (Almost) All About the Recruiting by Adam Wodon/Managing Editor (@CHN_AdamWodon) Related Articles Scott Sandelin Minnesota-Duluth While the “blue blood” programs have struggled lately, Minnesota-Duluth and its leader Scott Sandelin seem to have unlocked the key. Call it a formula, call it a design, call it luck if you want — but, […]

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 […]