ECAC Hockey

Angello and Galajda Silence Crimson

Brighton-MA -- For over 100 years, the Harvard University Crimson and the Cornell University Big Red have authored one of the most storied rivalries in college hockey. The teams have shared plenty of important ...

Ryan Donato: College Star, Olympic Dreamer

When the National Hockey League decided to not stop their season to allow their athletes to partake in the 2018 Olympics in Korea, there was great disappointment, division, and opportunity. While fans were unha...

Brown and Maine Stage Monday Night Draw

Providence, RI -- On Saturday night, the Maine Black Bears shutout the Boston University Terriers in one of their best efforts of the season. With the offense clicking, Maine took a break from conference play o...

Bobcats Opens 2018 With UConn Shutout

Connecticut has seen great college hockey in recent years. Quinnipiac has been a staple in the NCAA's top rankings and UConn is making strides towards high tier competitiveness. This year has seen the Bobcat...

Yale Downs Wildcats in Ledyard Consolation

Neither the Yale Bulldogs or New Hampshire Wildcats enjoyed their Friday games to open the 2nd half of the season. UNH fell to Dartmouth while Yale was clobbered by Duluth. On Saturday, the teams met to avoi...

Duluth Wins Bulldog Battle Over Yale

The second half of the college hockey season is underway, as is tournament season. With the World Juniors in full force, the Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs entered their tournament without five of their mainstays. ...

Dartmouth Tops UNH in Ledyard Classic

New Hampshire only has two Division I hockey teams. Those teams, Dartmouth College and the University of New Hampshire, are regular rivals, playing almost every year since 1962. On Friday night, the Granite ...

ECAC First Half Notes

Winter has set in over the northeast. The temperatures are dropping and the hockey is heating up. The ECAC has some of the best teams on offer in college and some of the sport's most compelling stories. Before ...

Wildcats Conquer Troy’s Engineers

The New Hampshire Wildcats have both entertained and frustrated fans this season. UNH started 5-0 and rose to the Top 10 in the USCHO Poll. When the calendar flipped to November, UNH ran into a rash of injuries...