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Hawkey and Wilkins Carry Friars Over Merrimack

The Providence College Friars have made a habit of playing narrow games. Seven of the team's ten games have been decided by two goals or less. Hockey East is known for thrilling games and on Friday night at ...

Prawdzik Shuts Out Wildcats in Boston

Boston University has been rocky this season. The Terriers have had quality victories against Providence and Quinnipiac, narrow defeats to Denver, and bad losses to Minnesota State. After two particularly ha...

Terriers Swept Away by Huskies

Boston University has dominated the recent matchups with crosstown rival Northeastern. The Terriers have gone 14-5-1 in the twenty games since Jim Madigan took over coaching for the Huskies in 2011. However, mo...

Minutemen Pull Major Upset on Friars

The University of Massachusetts has long been a doormat Hockey East program. The Minutemen have not finished an even .500 since 2009-2010 and have only made one trip to the NCAA Tournament, in 2007. Last season...

Eagles Edge Huskies at Conte

After a 1-5-1 start to the season, the Boston College Eagles looked dead in the water. The youthful team was blown out by Wisconsin, St. Cloud, and Denver, and barely edged by Providence. Head coach Jerry York ...

Huskies Clobber Terriers in Boston War

The Boston University Terriers hosted their cross-town rival, the Northeastern University Huskies, on Saturday night. The Terriers had a chance to get four conference points and climb over .500 on the season af...

North Dakota Ties Wisconsin

Historically, wins haven’t easy to come by in Madison, Wisconsin. In years past, sweeps were hard to come by in Kohl Center. While some fans will be disappointed with the University of North Dakota hockey team’...

Crimson Upset By Yale

The rivalry between Harvard University and Yale University extends back to Yale's founding in 1701. The hockey rivalry started in 1900. On Friday night, the Crimson and Bulldogs met for the 257th time at the Br...

October’s College Hockey Lessons

One month of college hockey is complete. Teams and conferences have fought, skated hard, impressed, and disappointed. What have we learned in the early stages of the season? Here are a few things. The NCHC is ...

Crimson Crush Dartmouth in Season Opener

The Harvard University Crimson went on a magical ride last season. They won their first Beanpot since 1993, their first NCAA Tournament game since 1994, and made their first Frozen Four since 1994. They went to...