Merrimack College Senior Defenseman Aaron Titcomb will be signing a contract with the Adirondack Thunder of the ECHL. The 24 year old Charlestown native is hoping to suit up tonight when the Thunder travel to Worcester to take on the Railers at 500pm. After 4 years at Merrimack Titcomb finished with 102 games played, 1…… Continue reading Titcomb to Sign w/ Thunder
Last night was the 3rd and final regular season battle of I-91 between UMass & UConn. Each team has won on home ice so far this season with the Minutemen winning 4-2 and the Huskies winning 8-2. The Huskies had home ice again last night in Hartford. UConn was riding a program best 7 game…… Continue reading UMass-Amherst vs UConn
The 11th ranked Friars of Providence College skated into Agganis Arena this afternoon to take on the Terriers of Boston University in the season’s rubber match. Each team has won on its home ice earlier this season, PC @ home 2-0 in October, and BU 3-0 here in November. Neither team has lived up to the…… Continue reading Providence College @ Boston University
Last week in Bowling Green, OH. I had a chance to catch up with Paul Prucha the Equipment Manager for the Lake Superior State Lakers Ice Hockey team. I’ve often wondered how an equipment manager goes about his duties during the season and in the off-season, so it was great that Paul was able to…… Continue reading A Look Inside Hockey Operations
Up first was was Lake St.’s JT Henke who beat Dop but had the puck bounce off the crossbar. Stephen Baylis had his shot saved by Kossoff. LSSU’s Brayden Gelsinger was stopped by Dop when he tried to stuff a backhander on the right side. Max Johnson shot his opportunity wide of Kossoff. Max Humitz…… Continue reading LSSU vs BGSU Shootout
Double OT was a 3 on 3 affair. Bowling Green had the pressure early. LSSU responded with pressure of their own for a minute and change. BG controlled again for the rest of the OT but Kossoff and his defenders held fast. To a shoot out we go…
For 5 heart racing minutes the Lakers and Falcons traded scoring opportunities. 3 on 2 rushes being traded back & forth. LSSU had back to back 2 on 1 chances. The refs put away their whistles for the overtime period. 5 intense minutes with chances for both but no score as time wound down.