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Requiem For a Heavyweight
Under the tutelage of the seemingly-timeless Red Berenson, the Michigan Wolverines have been the gold standard of college hockey for three decades. Going into the 2016-17 season, Berenson had only suffered a single losing season in 31 years behind the bench. The team reached the NCAA tournament 22 consecutive years from 1991 to 2012, a sports record that belongs with Joe DiMaggio and Ted Williams. ...

Badgers' Master of Defense
In the last regular-season series for Wisconsin, it had its Pairwise rank knocked for a loop by the high-flying Buckeyes, getting swept at home by Ohio State. Knowing it might face the same club a week later at the Big Ten semifinals, head coach Tony Granato turned to his master of defense, assistant coach Mark Osiecki, to overhaul the mentality of his troops. The result was a tight-fought 2-1 win ...

Same Old Story
A few days prior to Friday's Hockey East semifinal, Notre Dame coach Jeff Jackson praised Massachusetts-Lowell coach Norm Bazin and his work as the leader of the River Hawk program. He mentioned Bazin's brilliant execution of his plan upon taking the job. Jackson mentioned how his Fighting Irish, like most others, have struggled with UML in recent memory. The depth of those problems are, however ...

Lowell Doesn't Need Luck, River Hawks Just Dominate
Call it the luck of the Irish on St. Patrick’s Day. Call it whatever you want, Jack Jenkins’ goal seven minutes into Friday’s Hockey East semifinal could have sank Massachusetts-Lowell. From his own defensive zone, Jenkins flipped the puck over the neutral zone. It was an attempt to alleviate some of the heavy pressure the River Hawks were applying in the game’s opening minutes. The puck ...

Malone's Defining Moment
Sean Malone has always been a talented player, that has never been in question. But in a career of fits and starts, he never had that defining moment. In the ECAC semifinals against Quinnipiac, that changed. Malone had his moment and led Harvard to its third consecutive ECAC championship game. The talented winger scored a hat trick and put on a show in the process, including a highlight-reel deke ...

Quinnipiac Bows Out Early This Time, But Sets Tone to Return
Quinnipiac needed to win. The Bobcats hadn’t been a win-or-go-home situation, excluding the NCAA tournament, in a long time. And the Bobcats had had a good season, racking up 23 wins — the same number of wins they had in 2014-15. But the Bobcats were on the outside of the NCAA tournament looking in, and they needed an automatic bid to advance. But at the Herb Brooks Arena, where miracles are ...

Michigan Has Little Left For Penn State This Time
Michigan had its eyes on the Big Ten Tournament weeks before it started. Having been eliminated from making the NCAAs as an at-large bid long ago, the Wolverines knew that it would be their last opportunity to continue their season. Even after Michigan’s Senior Night last week, a night where emotions run high for those playing their final home game, the Wolverines kept their focus on what lay ahead. “It’s ...

Vecchione Wins ECAC POTY; Bennett Named Top Coach
Union forward Mike Vecchione was named Player of the Year by the ECAC today. A Hobey Baker Award finalist, Vecchione is among that nation's leaders in points and goals. Leading the league in nearly every statistical category, St. Lawrence’s Kyle Hayton was voted the Ken Dryden Award winner, recognizing the league’s top goalie. He finished the regular-season first with a .939 save percentage in ...

Oilers unlikely to keep scoring seven per game
Oilers unlikely to keep scoring

How a slow lap made Bernie Parent all-time great
How a slow lap made Parent all-timer

Maple Leafs have lost too many late points to NHL's elite
Leafs have lost too many late points

Maple Leafs control their own destiny down the stretch
Leafs control their own destiny

Maple Leafs sign forward Miro Aaltonen to entry-level deal
Leafs sign Miro Aaltonen to entry-level deal

Badgers' Master of Defense
In the last regular-season series for Wisconsin, it had its Pairwise rank knocked for a loop by the high-flying Buckeyes, getting swept at home by Ohio State. Knowing it might face the same club a week later at the Big Ten semifinals, head coach Tony Granato turned to his master of defense, assistant coach Mark Osiecki, to overhaul the mentality of his troops. The result was a tight-fought 2-1 win ...

Same Old Story
A few days prior to Friday's Hockey East semifinal, Notre Dame coach Jeff Jackson praised Massachusetts-Lowell coach Norm Bazin and his work as the leader of the River Hawk program. He mentioned Bazin's brilliant execution of his plan upon taking the job. Jackson mentioned how his Fighting Irish, like most others, have struggled with UML in recent memory. The depth of those problems are, however ...

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