Brown Opens Playoffs with Shutout of Princeton

Providence, RI -- Princeton and Brown ended the regular season at Meehan Auditorium with a 5-1 Tiger shellacking of the Bears on March 2nd. Six days later, the Ivy League foes returned to the same ice in Provid...

ECAC PLAYOFF PREVIEW

This week the ECAC kicks off its postseason push to Lake Placid's Championship game on March 23. Here's a look at all four series. #12 St. Lawrence University Saints @ #5 Dartmouth College Big Green In late J...

Friars Dominate Bears for Mayor’s Cup

Providence, RI --  The Ocean State's capital houses its only two Division I Men's Hockey teams. The Brown Bears and Providence Friars have combined for seven Frozen Four appearances and a hearty share of memora...

Brown Snipes on Army

Hanover, NH -- The Brown Bears have struggled for offense all season. They entered the Ledyard Classic in the bottom-10 of the nation for goals scored. They only totaled 14 shots the day prior against long-time...

Friars Topple Bears in 3rd Period

Hanover, NH -- Providence Colleg, and Brown University are separated by only 2.7 miles across Rhode Island's Capital. On Saturday, the teams traveled across two states' borders 180 miles north to Thompson Arena...

Ledyard Bank Classic Preview

Hanover, NH -- Holiday Tournaments are a fun feature of the college hockey schedule. Among the most respected and longest running, the Ledyard Bank Classic has brought teams to Hanover, New Hampshire, since 197...

Huskies Close Out Brown Bears

Hartford, CT- Mike Cavanaugh's young pups have authored a curious season through a month and change. The Connecticut Huskies have hovered around .500 all season and have shown both flashes of talent and bouts o...

Catamounts Edge Bears in Sunday Thriller

Providence, RI- Ivy League hockey teams began their seasons on Friday night. Brown hosted Yale to open the schedule and lost a narrow game. Vermont, meanwhile, opened their season with a high profile upset over...

Letting Them Hang Around

The Kings let the Red Wings hang around and hang around on Thursday night, playing as if they had all the points to spare in the playoff race. They don’t. The shots opened 6-0 for the Kings, but it took much...