Bayreuther Out Up to 6 More Weeks

St. Lawrence All-American defender Gavin Bayreuther will be out another six weeks with an undisclosed upper body injury, said coach Mark Morris after his team’s 2-2 tie with Yale on Saturday night. Bayreuther has missed the last four SLU games with the same injury. Six weeks would put his timetable for return right around the start of the ECAC tournament in early March. The Saints have gone 2-0-2 …
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Return to Normal

Playing for Boston University this season has turned Jake Oettinger into a spectator on more than one occasion. His Terriers rank among the nation’s most dominant, most talented teams. With that comes the occasional stretch of inactivity, just watching while his teammates torture yet another hapless opponent. Over the last few weeks, Oettinger once again played spectator, serving as the third goalie …
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Terry Returns as Triumphant Hero

For Denver Pioneer Troy Terry, it’s been quite a week. Within a matter of 48 hours spanning Wednesday and Thursday in Montreal, Terry went from 19-year old college sophomore to national hero, thanks to an individual performance for the ages at the World Junior Championships, scoring on all four of his shootout attempts in the semifinal and final rounds, thereby leading Team USA to the gold medal. In …
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U.S. Wins World Junior Gold; Takes Shootout From Canada

The United States won the fourth gold medal in its history at the World Junior Championships, defeating host Canada, 5-4, in a shootout. A team filled with NCAA players didn’t lose a game the whole tournament, winning seven straight, the last two in a shootout. After Denver sophomore Troy Terry came up with an amazing clutch performance Wednesday, scoring three shootout goals against Russia to reach …
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Shifting Tides for Vermont, St. Lawrence

While Vermont had a resurgent first half of the season, it ended on a sour note. A weekend sweep at the hands of Union, itself a pleasant surprised, seemed potentially costly in the national picture. Luckily for UVM, it had another shot in non-league play, and took advantage of it Tuesday at Gutterson Fieldhouse against St. Lawrence, a team it’s competing with on the NCAA bubble. As St. Lawrence …
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Union’s Bennett Implores Team to Toughen Up After Loss to North Dakota

Union has been a big surprise this season. It entered its game against North Dakota on Saturday night with a 14-3-2 record and on a six-game winning streak, all on the road. But Saturday against defending national champs North Dakota, Union was far from those standards it set for itself. A view shared, particularly, by the team’s coach. “Tonight there were no excuses for a lack of energy,” Union …
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Time For Impact

Four years ago, long before he played his first college hockey game, many assumed that a young, talented Shane Gersich would choose to play at his state’s most celebrated program, Minnesota. Certainly, that would have been a natural pick — an opportunity to add to his family’s storied legacy. After all, Gersich’s father and three uncles — including Neal Broten, a member of the ‘Miracle on Ice’ U.S. …
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A Team in Transition

In the underground hallways of old Baker Rink, where the visiting locker rooms are nestled underneath the back lobby,  sounds of celebration emitted from Minnesota State’s locker room. The Mavericks had just defeated Princeton, 5-4, to end the first half of the season on a win. Minnesota State, in recent years, enjoyed some of its most successful seasons, a change ignited by the catalyst of new …
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A Team in Transition

In the underground hallways of old Baker Rink, where the visiting locker rooms are nestled underneath the back lobby,  sounds of celebration emitted from Minnesota State’s locker room. The Mavericks had just defeated Princeton, 5-4, to end the first half of the season on a win. Minnesota State, in recent years, enjoyed some of its most successful seasons, a change ignited by the catalyst of new …
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Atlantic Hockey Tournament Remaining in Rochester Through 2019

The Atlantic Hockey Championship will remain at Rochester’s Blue Cross Arena through the 2018-19 season. The league has finalized terms of a three-year deal with the Blue Cross Arena after operating on a year-to-year basis the last few seasons. The Atlantic Hockey Tournament semifinal and championship games have been played at the Blue Cross Arena since 2007, with campus sites serving as the championship …
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