1. Yale Continues Frozen 4 Dream by Advancing to NCAA Title Game

    And to think they almost didn't make the field. The last school to gain a berth in this year's NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Tournament, the Yale University Bulldogs are one of ...

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  2. New Jersey Devils Winless in Last 7, Playoffs Looking More Precarious

    Time is running out for the New Jersey Devils . The defending Eastern Conference champions are winless in their last seven games (0-3-4) and have gone just 2-7 in shootouts so far this season, including Sunday night's 3-2 SO loss at Buffalo...

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  3. St. Cloud, Quinnipiac Complete 2013 NCAA Hockey Frozen Four Field

    The other half of the NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four in Pittsburgh has been finalized. St. Cloud State and No...

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  4. Finalists for College Hockey's 2013 Hobey Baker Memorial Award Announced

    The 10 finalists for the 2013 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, given to the top player in NCAA Division I men's ice hockey, were announced earlier this month...

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  5. Continuing Upsets Ensure New NCAA Hockey Champion to Be Crowned in 2013

    One half of the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Ice Hockey Frozen Four is set: Yale and UMass Lowell. Whoever completes the other side of the bracket will also be a first-time national ...

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  6. Yale Upset of Minnesota Part of First-Day Activity in NCAA Tournament

    They did it again. Three years after upsetting North Dakota by a 3-2 score in the first round of the 2010 NCAA Northeast Regional in Worcester, Mass...

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  7. David Quinn Named New Men's Hockey Coach at Boston University

    David Quinn was announced today as the new men's ice hockey head coach at Boston University. "BU is a premiere college hockey program, one of the top programs in college hockey," said Quinn from the podium at a Tuesday news conference at BU ...

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  8. Quinnipiac Top Seed as 2013 NCAA Hockey Tournament Field Is Set

    The opening segment of the road to the 2013 NCAA Division I Men's Ice Hockey Frozen Four was revealed tonight on ESPNU. The regionals will be contested this upcoming weekend, March 29-31, in four different cities and venues...

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  9. Michigan Poised to Win Final CCHA Title, Earn 23rd Straight NCAA Berth

    After a loss to Cornell at Madison Square Garden in November, the University of Michigan was in trouble...

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  10. Peter Harrold Helps Devils Defense with Offense from Blue Line

    This Peter Harrold guy isn’t so bad. The New Jersey Devils (finally) brought Harrold up from Albany ( AHL ) prior to a game with Buffalo on March 7, and so far it’s looked like a good move for the parent club...

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  11. New Jersey Devils Not Looking so Good After Consecutive Defeats

    Well, that didn ’t go very well. Just last week , I was saying don’t worry too much about the New Jersey Devils . Three games later, that’s not looking so good—and neither are the Devils...

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  12. Jones Nets Decisive Goal Late in Overtime as Avs Beat Blues 1-0

    A pair of former NCAA players teamed up late Wednesday night to lift the Colorado Avalanche to a 1-0 victory over the visiting St. Louis Blues ...

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  13. Jakub Voracek Sudden Catalyst for Flyers Offensive Fortunes

    Looks like all the Philadelphia Flyers really needed for what ailed them was for Jakub Voracek to get going offensively...

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  14. New Jersey Devils: No Need to Panic After Recent Pair of Setbacks

    The New Jersey Devils won't get back to business until Thursday night when they visit the Washington Capitals ...

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  15. Exploding for 7 Goals Not a Rare Occurence for Philadelphia Flyers

    Touchdown, Flyers . Philadelphia at least partly righted its listing ship with a 7-0 blowout of the New York Islanders on Monday afternoon in a Presidents Day matinee at Nassau Coliseum...

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  16. Devils vs. Islanders: Isles Win, Make It 2 in a Row on John Tavares Hat Trick

    It was the kind of game the New York Islanders might have let slip away in the past. Not this time. Powered by a hat trick from John Tavares , the Islanders chalked up a ...

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  17. NCAA Hockey: Boston College to Face Northeastern for All the Beans Next Monday

    Boston College and Northeastern will battle for Boston bragging rights next Monday night in Beantown. The fourth-ranked BC Eagles won 4-1 over first-round opponent Harvard last ...

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  18. Alaska Nanooks Ranked 20th Nationally in NCAA Division I After Six Straight Wins

    They've won six straight conference games and vaulted themselves into the thick of the final central Collegiate Hockey Association race...

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  19. Mike Knuble Signs Up for Second Tour with Philadelphia Flyers

    Mike Knuble is back with the Philadelphia Flyers . A 16-year NHL veteran, Knuble signed a one-year contract with Philadelphia on Friday after forward Scott Hartnell was lost ...

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  20. Stephen Gionta Keeps on Scrapping, Scoring for New Jersey Devils

    Stephen Gionta seems to have picked up where he left off in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs for the New Jersey Devils . Just ask his head coach. “I can’t say I expected it,” said Devils head coach Peter DeBoer at NJ...

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  21. Michigan State Upends Penn State in 1st Hockey Meeting

    In the first of what will be many, many meetings in the years to come, Michigan State edged Penn State, 5-3, in NCAA Division I action on Friday night at Munn Ice Arena in East Lansing, Mich...

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  22. Notre Dame Hockey Seeks to Get Back on Track Against Ferris State

    Notre Dame has been sailing along pretty smoothly this season in this, the final campaign of the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. UND is 15-9-0 overall, ranked No...

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  23. Seats Still Available as Devils Prepare to Host Flyers in Home Opener

    Seats are still available for tonight's New Jersey Devils 2013 regular-season home opener at Newark’s Prudential Center against the Philadelphia Flyers . Well, some of the more expensive ones, anyway...

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  24. Western Collegiate Hockey Association Accepts Alabama-Huntsville for 2013-14

    The hockey program at the University of Alabama-Huntsville has finally found a new conference. The Chargers, who have been an independent since College Hockey America disbanded ...

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  25. Gaudreau Has Americans Poised for First World Junior Gold Medal Since 2010

    Go, Johnny, go. Small wonder that the U.S. National Junior Team has been rolling ever since diminutive forward Johnny Gaudreau got untracked offensively...

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