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Miami Blanks UND

Minneapolis, MN – Coming into the National Collegiate Hockey Conferences Frozen Faceoff three of the four teams needed to win the tourney to continue their season. The University of North Dakota came into Frida...

UND Advances to the Frozen Faceoff

Grand Forks, ND – Coming into game three of their best-of-three series, the University of North Dakota Hockey team had no room for error. It’s was do-or-die, lose, and they most certainly would miss the NCAA to...

Colorado College Beats North Dakota in O.T.

Grand Forks, ND – A look at the calendar told us that March 15, 2014, wasn’t Ground Hog Day. Funny, it sure felt like it.  After giving the Colorado College Tigers a two-goal lead the night before, UND coughed ...

UND Scores Four Unanswered Goals, Takes Game One

Grand Forks, ND – Coming into tonight’s game, the Colorado College Tigers were an offensively challenged hockey team, averaging 1.94 goals per game. The Tigers would get a quick start, scoring two goals before ...

Devils’ Connection With Boston College Continues

Before Joe Whitney played his first NHL game on Saturday, Stephen Gionta was contemplating why former Boston College Eagles are so coveted. “I don’t know. I was thinking about that earlier today,” Gionta sai...

WCHA Hockey: What Are We Doing Here?

Saint Paul, Minnesota – Recently, I was listening to a weekly podcast of College Hockey Tonight, and the host Scott Williams and Moose Richards were talking about the break of and reformation of the WCHA. Sh...

BC Three-Peats as Hockey East Champs

BOSTON – For the first time in Hockey East history, the league’s tournament champion is a three-peat winner. The No. 1 Boston College Eagles led from start to finish as they captured their 15th straight victory...

Millan, BU Terriers Dominate No. 2 BC

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – The old saying goes, “Expect the Unexpected,” and that is usually a good suggestion in the BU/BC hockey rivalry. Even the experts would not expect anything like Sunday’s game at Kelley Ri...