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  • Friday morning reading

    The last time coach Dean Blais returned to the building that he helped build, he was ejected from the game for not sending a player to the penalty box after a bench minor. Blais was baffled by the call. The … Continue reading →
    2 hours ago / University of North Dakota Hockey
  • Tale of the Tape: Merrimack vs. Clarkson

    Merrimack College will host Clarkson University for a two-game weekend series, starting Friday at 4 p.m. Below is a comparison of the two teams heading into this weekend’s series. Key Adj Possession – Percentage of SOG minus PP shots 5
    8 hours ago / The Mack Report
  • Northern Michigan expects lights-out defense to return after brief lapse

    The Wildcats allowed more than two goals for the first time all season last Saturday. Possibly related: Northern Michigan expects to see growth from last season’s large freshman class Conference rivals again, Michigan Tech and Northern M
    16 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • Weekend Preview: Big Ten, Nov. 27

    After Big Ten play started last season, all teams are back to non-conference slates this Thanksgiving weekend. Each team is in action, and a few are on the East Coast. Minnesota, Michigan State and Penn State are making trips to Boston, New
    19 hours ago / College Hockey News: Blog
  • Big senior class gives Denver a sense of calm in pressure-packed situations

    The Pioneers have won a variety of games, from tight low-scoring affairs against Boston College and Wisconsin to a come-from-behind offensive win against Western Michigan to blowouts against their in-state rivals, Colorado College and Air F
    19 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com
  • Happy Thanksgiving, Terrier Fans

    Wishing all our readers and contributors a happy Thanksgiving with family and friends.  Even with all the turkey stuffing and pumpkin pie, there should be room for this extra dessert dished out last night by a future Terrier.
    20 hours ago / The Terrier Hockey Fan Blog
  • St. Anselm’s Yoshida proof that talent can be found in New Mexico

    It’s well-documented that hockey talent has been emerging from nontraditional places such as California, Arizona, and even Florida and Texas. And New Mexico. Seriously. St. Anselm senior defenseman Robin Yoshida is the lone New Mexico nat
    21 hours ago / Blogs @ USCHO.com

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