Hockey in the Bloodlines for UMD Recruit Anderson

Hockey is more than just a game for Waterloo Black Hawks defenseman Mikey Anderson. It’s a bond that brings together a family. His grandfather and father played college hockey and his sister plays college hockey. And, in the fall he’ll join his older brother, Joey, at Minnesota-Duluth. “It’s meant a lot to us. My whole family has been involved in hockey. Going out in backdoor rinks adds a …
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D-I Hockey at Illinois Still Just a Dream

The 2017 Frozen Four in Chicago went off without a hitch. Sure, there wasn’t the warm sun there was in Tampa in 2016, but Chicago was a fine host for college hockey’s biggest stage, and the city responded with the largest attendance ever inside an NHL building. About two hours down Route 57 in Champaign, the University of Illinois has a successful club hockey program. The Illini finished the 2017 …
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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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College Hockey Weekend Roundup

The heated rivalry between Minnesota and North Dakota was subdued somewhat when the old WCHA split and the teams went to two new conferences three years ago. They met in the Frozen Four in 2014, but not in the regular season then. The two finally got back down to business, and the two games at Mariucci Arena this weekend lived up to billing. Friday, the teams were never more than a goal apart, and …
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College Hockey Weekend Roundup

Minnesota-Duluth staked its claim to being the top team in the nation by sweeping North Dakota this weekend at home, capping it off with a 3-0 whitewash Saturday. The Bulldogs improved to 5-1-2 against what’s been a challenging schedule so far, as freshman Hunter Miska stopped 30 shots, earning both starts and wins on the weekend. Alex Iafallo, who had a hat trick in Friday’s win, picked up another …
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Hockey East Watch List, 2016-17

Boston University has been pegged by most as the favorites to win Hockey East this season, but the race was so close last spring that it could be any number of teams raising the trophy come March. Remember, last year’s champion finished sixth in the regular season. What will Notre Dame provide for a Hockey East swan song? Can BU’s incredibly-talented freshman class get the Terriers back to a Frozen …
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Atlantic Hockey Ups Scholarship Limit to 18

Atlantic Hockey has voted to increase its scholarship limit to 18, which is in line with the NCAA-wide maximum in ice hockey. The teams had been competing with a limit of 12, which was a compromise going back to when the league was founded between schools who wanted to play at the maximum, and those that wanted it to be lower out of financial concerns. “This is another step forward for our league,” …
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Atlantic Hockey Ups Scholarship Limit to 18

Atlantic Hockey has voted to increase its scholarship limit to 18, which is in line with the NCAA-wide maximum in ice hockey. The teams had been competing with a limit of 12, which was a compromise going back to when the league was founded between schools who wanted to play at the maximum, and those that wanted it to be lower out of financial concerns. “This is another step forward for our league,” …
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Atlantic Hockey Ups Scholarship Limit to 18

Atlantic Hockey has voted to increase its scholarship limit to 18, which is in line with the NCAA-wide maximum in ice hockey. The teams had been competing with a limit of 12, which was a compromise going back to when the league was founded between schools who wanted to play at the maximum, and those that wanted it to be lower out of financial concerns. “This is another step forward for our league,” …
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