1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. BC's Jerry York Poised for Career College Hockey Victory Record

    One more win. That's all it will take for Boston College head coach Jerry York, who has already led the Eagles to four NCAA Division I men's national titles, to become the winningest coach in the history of college hockey...

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  9. Rutgers: Best and Worst of Times in Joining Big Ten Conference

    Rutgers missed out on a second chance to secure its first-ever outright Big East football title and BCS bowl berth with a 20-17 loss to Louisville last Thursday night before 52,978 fans at High Point Solutions Stadium in Piscataway , N...

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  10. College Hockey: Michigan's Struggles Continue in 5-1 Loss to Cornell at MSG

    Michigan shouldn ’t be a ranked team right now. And after Saturday’s 5-1 loss to Cornell at The Frozen Apple at Madison Square Garden, odds are pretty good that, despite its reputation, it won’t be any more come next week...

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  11. Rex Ryan's Jets Just Horrible on Thanksgiving Night in Latest Loss

    It was like watching the proverbial wreck on a highway somewhere. You slow down to get a look, knowing you probably shouldn't—but you just can't look away...

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  12. College Hockey: Pair of Oswego State Lakers Leading Division III in Scoring

    A couple of weeks ago, a couple of St. Lawrence University Saints were leading NCAA Division I men’s hockey in scoring. Now, a pair of Oswego State Lakers are doing the same in NCAA Division III...

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  13. NASCAR Fines, but Doesn't Suspend Jeff Gordon for Phoenix Crash

    Jeff Gordon will be racing in the 2012 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season finale in Florida next Sunday after all...

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  14. Boston College Favorite to Win Hockey East Title Again

    Defending national champion Boston College has been tabbed by both the Hockey East Association coaches and the media to claim the conference again in 2012-13, according to the Hockey East website ...

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  15. 11 Years Later on September 11: Remembering Mark Bavis

    I remember when I met Mark Bavis during my one and only year with the North American Hockey League. He was an assistant coach with the Chicago Freeze franchise, while I was working in the league office in Michigan...

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  16. Farewell to a Former Devil: John Madden Retires from NHL

    The man known at the Meadowlands as "Mad Dog" has called it a career. Former University of Michigan forward John Madden , who won the Stanley Cup in both 2000 and 2003 with the New Jersey Devils , retired earlier this week as an active NHL player...

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  17. NCAA Loses More Undergraduate Skaters to NHL Clubs

    If it's the off-season following the NHL Entry Draft, it means two things for college hockey: speculation about fine-tuning next year's schedules, and speculation about next year's rosters...

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  18. Michigan State Hockey Unveils New Uniforms for 2012-13

    The Michigan State Spartans will be changing things up as far as their on-ice uniforms for the 2012-13 season are concerned, courtesy of Nike...

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  19. Wisconsin's Justin Schultz Spurns Anaheim Ducks, Signs with Edmonton Oilers

    Defenseman Justin Schultz , who earlier bypassed his final year of eligibility at the University of Wisconsin, recently signed a free-agent contract with the Edmonton Oilers. The former Badgers blueliner from Kelowna, B...

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  20. New Jersey Devils: Will Martin Brodeur Stay or Go?

    Martin Brodeur is going, going…well, not gone. Not yet, anyway. Soon, though, perhaps. It could happen, now more so than at any other time in his long career...

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  21. Michael Matheson Latest Eagle to Be Drafted in NHL First Round

    Quebec native Michael Matheson was taken 23rd by the Florida Panthers in last week's NHL entry draft, and the defenseman is headed to defending NCAA champion Boston College in the fall...

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  22. UConn to Join Hockey East in 2014-15

    The University of Connecticut men's hockey team will be making the conference jump from Atlantic Hockey to Hockey East for the 2014-15 season. The long-rumored move was announced last week at USCHO...

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  23. NHL Draft 2012: 10 NCAA Skaters Selected on 2nd Day of Draft

    No less than 10 players who were on NCAA Division I college hockey rosters last season were chosen on the second day of the 2012 NHL Entry Draft held Saturday at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh...

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  24. 5 Incoming College Freshmen Taken in First Round of 2012 NHL Entry Draft

    Five incoming college freshmen, including four defensemen, were selected in the first round of the 2012 NHL entry draft at the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh on Friday night. Jacob Trouba (6'2", 187 lbs), a Michigan native who played for the U...

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  25. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: New Jersey Devils Run Finally Comes Undone

    There will be no lights, no cameras, no Game 7 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Final at the Prudential Center tonight in Newark...

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