Bruins Falter as Tarasenko, Blues win 4-2

Boston, MA – The St. Louis Blues and Boston Bruins haven’t faced each other in 899 days. Still, there was an intensity and familiarity at TD Garden on Tuesday as the two teams renewed acquaintances for the first time since October 26, 2019. The 2018-19 Stanley Cup Finals were still fresh in everyone’s minds when the two clubs… Continue reading Bruins Falter as Tarasenko, Blues win 4-2

Minnesota Close Out Western Michigan

Gophers Golden in 3-0 Shutout of Broncos, Earn 1st Frozen Four Berth Since 2014 Worcester, MA – March 27 is a big day in the Minnesota Golden Gophers world. On this date, four years ago, Bob Motzko was hired as head coach, and it’s also his birthday. Added to that, it’s the day the Gophers returned to the Frozen Four for the… Continue reading Minnesota Close Out Western Michigan

Commonwealth Classic On Tap @ Tsongas Center

Lowell, MA – The Commonwealth of Massachusetts University system’s two NCAA Men’s Division I Ice Hockey programs face-off at Tsongas Center Arena in Lowell on Sunday afternoon. A blizzard is burying the state in upwards of two feet of snow. As of writing, the game still has a 1:00 pm puck drop.  The two schools are atop… Continue reading Commonwealth Classic On Tap @ Tsongas Center

# 14 River Hawks Nip # 15 Huskies 2-1

Boston, MA – The first-place UMass-Lowell River Hawks and third-place Northeastern Huskies came into Friday night’s Hockey East showdown riding two-game losing streaks. The visiting River Hawks came away with two points on 26 saves by senior goalie Owen Savory. UMass’ scoring came on the first NCAA goal for freshman Stefan Owens and the game-winning goal by Matt Crasa in the second period, which widened their lead on second-place Massachusetts.  “Getting… Continue reading # 14 River Hawks Nip # 15 Huskies 2-1

Bruins Fall to Wild 3-2

Boston, MA – The visiting Minnesota Wild held on for a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins in front of 18,750 at TD Garden on Thursday night. The game was a slow, physical, special teams game, and the Wild took advantage of the calls when they went their way.  Back-to-back five-on-threes were the story of the first period. First, the Wild had Matt… Continue reading Bruins Fall to Wild 3-2

Dartmouth and Merrimack Skate to 2-2 Tie

North Andover, MA – The experience of the Merrimack College Warriors wasn’t enough to overtake the youthfulness of the Dartmouth College Big Green as the two schools skated to a 2-2 tie after sixty-five minutes of play in front of 1,022 at Merrimack’s Lawler Rink on Friday night. Each team held the lead briefly, once in the first for Merrimack and once… Continue reading Dartmouth and Merrimack Skate to 2-2 Tie

UNH Tips UMass in OT

Durham, NH – The University of New Hampshire Wildcats got 32 saves from senior goaltender Mike Robinson to earn a 2-1 overtime victory over the University of Massachusetts Minutemen in front of 4,316 at the Whittemore Center on Saturday night. The Minutemen rescued a point when defenseman Scott Morrow scored with 1.1 left in regulation to tie the game for the visitors. Senior Jackson Pierson tipped a shot… Continue reading UNH Tips UMass in OT

Murray, Minutemen Shut-Out UNH

Amherst, MA – Despite having a depleted roster, the University of Massachusetts Minutemen blanked the University of New Hampshire Wildcats 3-0 on Friday night at the Mullins Center. 4,363 in attendance witnessed senior captain Bobby Trivigno carry the Minutemen offensively with two goals while graduate student Matt Murray recorded his 13th career shut-out, a UMass record. The Minutemen came into the game with four of… Continue reading Murray, Minutemen Shut-Out UNH

McBain A Pain for Maine

Chestnut Hill, MA – The Maine Black Bears fell behind by three goals in the opening ten minutes of play against the Boston College Eagles in front of 3,177 at Conte Forum on Thursday night. In the first two periods, senior center Jack McBain powered the Eagles to a 6-2 win by netting a hat-trick. The Minnesota Wild draft pick has 19 points in 12 games… Continue reading McBain A Pain for Maine

Boston Chucks Habs on Sunday Night

Boston, MA –It’s not quite the holiday season yet, but there was a sense of “Auld Lang Syne” at the TD Garden on Sunday evening as the Montreal Canadiens and Boston Bruins faced off for the first time in 641 days. Powered by two goals apiece from Charlie McAvoy and Charlie Coyle the Bruins came back to beat Montreal 5-2. Boston got 27… Continue reading Boston Chucks Habs on Sunday Night