1. 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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  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. 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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  7. 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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  8. 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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  9. 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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  10. 2012 Stanley Cup Final: Jonathan Quick and College Company Claim L.A.'s 1st Cup

    It’s all over now except the celebrating. The Los Angeles Kings claimed the first Stanley Cup title in their 45-year history with a 6-1 win over the New Jersey Devils on Monday ...

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  11. Stanley Cup Final 2012: Bryce Salvador Still Shooting, Scoring for Devils

    Somebody stop Bryce Salvador —if you can. A year after missing an entire NHL campaign due to a cochlear concussion, and following a 2011-12 regular season where he assisted ...

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  12. 2012 Stanley Cup Finals: Devils Back Home, Not Done Just Yet

    Well, maybe it's not time to stick a pitchfork in the New Jersey Devils just yet. Patrik Elias, Ada m Henrique, Martin Brodeur and the rest of the red and black made sure of that Wednesday night...

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  13. 2012 Stanley Cup Final: Jon Quick Could Tell You It's Good to Be King

    The Los Angeles Kings are one win away from claiming their first-ever Stanley Cup title, and they can thank goaltender Jonathan Quick for getting them this far...

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  14. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Down 2 Games, Odds Are Devils Aren't Coming Back

    The New Jersey Devils have gone 6-4 this spring at the Prudential Center in Newark since the playoffs began in April. It's conceivable they might not be playing another game there until October...

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  15. Stanley Cup Finals 2012: Stats and Trends Following Game 1 of Kings-Devils

    The New Jersey Devils are behind by one game to the Los Angeles Kings in the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals, following Wednesday's 2-1 loss in overtime at the Prudential Center after Anze Kopitar's breakaway goal against Martin Brodeur...

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  16. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: Finals to Be Martin Brodeur's Swan Song?

    It might be just four more games, or maybe seven. Tonight, Game 1 of the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals at the Prudential Center versus the Los Angeles Kings , could mark the beginning ...

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  17. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Henrique Does It Again in OT for Devils

    It came down to Henrique vs. Henrik in the Eastern Conference Final. The Canadian forward scored on the Swedish netminder in overtime to propel the New Jersey Devils to a 3-2 win and their first Stanley Cup Final berth since 2003...

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  18. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: How Devils Can Take Game 6 Tonight

    Looks like the New Jersey Devils listened to me when I gave them five keys to winning the Eastern Conference final. (Yeah, whatever...

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  19. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: Stephen Gionta Gets Job Done for Devils in Game 5

    On a night when goaltender Martin Brodeur wasn't very good, the New Jersey Devils still managed to escape Madison Square Garden with a 5-3 victory and a three-games-to-two lead in the Eastern Conference final...

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  20. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Parise Puts It All Together in Game 4

    On Saturday he was vilified for not speaking with the media following a loss in Game 3, perhaps not wanting to add any fuel to the fire his father supposedly started regarding his future NHL destination...

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  21. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: Devils Knot Matters Once More with 4-1 Win in Game 4

    Martin Brodeur may have absorbed a literal jab from former teammate Mike Rupp on Monday night and may have also lost his chance for a 25th career playoff shutout in the waning minutes...

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  22. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: 7 Keys for Devils' Survival in Game 4 Tonight

    It's definitely do-or-die tonight for the New Jersey Devils . A win in Game 4 at the Prudential Center in Newark will knot the Eastern Conference final at two wins apiece...

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  23. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Someone from Boston College Will Be Getting a Ring

    With only four NHL teams still playing, and one of those on the brink of elimination, the odds are almost guaranteed that a former player from Boston College will get his name on the Stanley Cup this spring (again)...

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  24. Stanley Cup Playoffs 2012: The Los Angeles Kings Are for Real and on a Roll

    Living out east, there seems to be a line of thought that the winner of the Eastern Conference final between the New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils will likely go on to win the Stanley Cup...

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  25. 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs: Devils in the Deflections as New Jersey Ties Series

    It was far from a perfect effort, but it got the New Jersey Devils even. Again. Two nights after being blanked at Madison Square Garden, the Devils rebounded from a 2-1 deficit ...

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