One of the most fun parts of this job is interviewing players in the second half of their senior year. You start interviewing them after they commit, often times as 16- or 17-year olds. You get to know them a … Continue reading →
2 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
Do the Albany Devils have more than four victories left in them? With 20 games remaining, that seems to be a foregone conclusion, but not if you factor in the past two seasons. Around this time of year each of the past two American Hockey L
3 hours ago / Hockey Spoken Here
Sometimes mathematicians or statisticians have a simple gut intinct about data. In my favorite book 'Against The Gods' written by Peter Bernstein, the gambling addict Girolamo Cardano has a suspicion that a certain play gains him a very sli
5 hours ago / Alaska Nanooks Hockey Blog
This year's senior class has never seen the Governor's Cup raised by the team in green. Four in a row now for the 'Nooks, and the three captains celebrating their final regular season games this weekend have no intentions seeing their arch
7 hours ago / Alaska Nanooks Hockey Blog
With a dominant 56 points so far this season, Trinity junior forward Jackson Brewer was named NESCAC player of the year Thursday. Brewer has recorded 15 multi-point games this season, including a six-assist outing in a tournament quarterfin
7 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
Merrimack College has received a commitment from Lancaster (Pa.) tennis star Thomas O’Brien.
According to the website tennis recruiting.net, O’Brien was also considering La Salle.
“Coach Arsenault really made Merrimack feel like home
7 hours ago / The Mack Report
“It’s obviously a great feeling to hang a banner. This program is built on excellence and winning…but our goal is to hang a green one, not a white one”. This line was uttered by Stephane “The General” Pattyn’s quote from t
8 hours ago / The University of Hockey Blog