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Mike Babcock Post Game: Blackhawks 2 vs. Leafs 1 (OT)
Mike Babcock’s post-game comments after the 2-1 overtime defeat to the Chicago Blackhawks on March 18, 2017 Babcock: Yeah, I thought it was a good game. It was tight, tight, tight. They had the puck lots. In saying that, I didn’t think we gave up quality chances at all. They’re a good team, a veteran […] The post Mike Babcock Post Game: Blackhawks 2 vs...

BC, Fitzgerald Fighting for More than a Trophy
They were here three weeks ago. One win and they get a trophy. A loss? Well, it got tricky. They either lost it or shared it. But still, sharing a trophy isn't what Boston College is all about. The loss came, though. The Eagles fell, 3-1, to Massachusetts-Lowell. A night earlier it was the same scenario. BC entered the final weekend of the Hockey East regular season needing just two points to lock ...

Cornell (That's Right) Takes Advantage of Large Sheet to Reach Finals
As badly as Cornell was outplayed at times in last week's ECAC quarterfinal series with Clarkson, it was just as dominant in the first period of Saturday's semifinal against Union. And though Cornell was unable to parlay that advantage into a goal against Union goaltender Alex Sakellaropoulos despite 21 shots on net, it nonetheless set the tone for the rest of the way. The Big Red scored twice in ...

Wake-up Call For Union, Bennett Hopes
Union has built itself on its offense this year on the way to the top of the ECAC. But that is the one thing that let them down the most on Friday night in its ECAC semifinal loss to Cornell, 4-1. For two periods, the Big Red shut the Dutchmen down and dominated play. After a period, the shots on goal were 21-7 and the attempts were 32-15. Union got going late in the second, but at that point Cornell ...

Cornell Showcases Resiliency, Depth in Semis Win
Cornell freshman forward Noah Bauld has never been one to shy away from the big stage. The winger’s first career goal was the game winner in the Big Red’s 3-1 win over New Hampshire at Madison Square Garden on Nov. 26. But between that Thanksgiving weekend game and the end of the regular season, Bauld managed only a single additional point — the first Cornell goal in a 4-3 win over Miami on ...

Denver Vows to Return to Form For NCAAs After Streak Snapped
North Dakota needed a serendipitous bounce to upset top-rated Denver, 1-0, in the semifinals of the NCHC tournament Friday. The win finally assures the Fighting Hawks' NCAA tournament bid for a 15th consecutive season and a chance to defend their title. For Denver, though, it was an unceremonious end to a 13-game winning streak and a reminder that, despite being atop the Pairwise for the second half ...

Terriers Head to NCAAs Licking Wounds
This wasn’t how Boston University envisioned its season. One month ago, the Terriers came to TD Garden for the Beanpot final, heavily favored over Harvard. After a couple early power plays set the tone for the Crimson, BU was overrun in a decisive 6-3 loss, where it was outshot 46-17. BU returned to the Garden Friday night with a chance to put that disappointment behind them, and end rival Boston ...

One Giant Leap
Ever since Guy Gadowsky won the most coveted job in college hockey six years ago, he has been on a recruiting rampage in Happy Valley. He began by tapping into his tried and true Western Canada pipeline, players like current senior Dylan Richard from Gadowsky’s old stomping grounds in Sherwood Park, Alberta. Three years ago, the Nittany Lions expanded their web to Finland, bringing in junior blue ...

RMU, Air Force to Meet for Atlantic Title
Air Force is back in the Atlantic Hockey championship game, courtesy of Friday night’s 1-0 win over Army in the league semifinals in Rochester. Air Force goaltender [[Shane Starrett]] made 29 saves and Ben Kucera scored the game-winning goal for the Falcons, who will secure an NCAA automatic bid with a victory and still have an outside change at earning an at-large bid for the NCAA Tournament even ...

RECAP | Canadiens – Senators: Habs Take First Battle for Division Lead
Game 71, Away Game 37 | Saturday March 18, 2017  Canadian Tire Centre, Kanata, ON. CANADIENS Montreal 4-3 SENATORS Ottawa Lineup Forward lines and defense pairings  Goaltenders Price Montoya Scratches Alexei Emelin, Brian Flynn, Michael McCarron, Andreas Martinsen, Nikita Nesterov … Continue reading →

Canadiens take first of two against Senators in shootout
Habs take first of two against Sens

Recap: Canadiens Squeak by Senators in Shootout
The Ottawa Senators and Montreal Canadiens went down to the wire on Saturday night. In an important battle for the standings, both teams displayed their understanding of the importance of the game. It was tight-checking and fast-paced, and both teams played their respective systems to a tee. It went back and forth all the way to […]

Maple Leafs alter ego St. Pats earn a point against Blackhawks
Leafs alter ego St. Pats earn a point

Curtis Lazar continues to wait his turn with Flames
Lazar continues to wait his turn

TJ Oshie hat trick sinks Lightning 5-3
Capitals clinch a playoff berth while the Bolts need to regroup. Well, at least one team has clinched a spot in the playoffs. Must be nice. TJ Oshie made sure the Washington Capitals answered their string of five losses in six games in a big way, as he scored a hat...

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