Capitals Edge Bruins in Shootout, 2-1

Boston, MA – Jakub Vrana’s shootout goal was the difference between one or two points for his Washington Capitals on Wednesday night as they eeked outa 2-1 win over the Boston Bruins. The clash between two of the MassMutual East Division’s top three teams shows that every point matters. With the win, the Caps extended their lead over…… Continue reading Capitals Edge Bruins in Shootout, 2-1

Washington Capitalizes in OT

Alex Ovechkin did what Alex Ovechkin does, scores. The future Hall of Fame goal scorer ended the Boston Bruins (5-1-2) comeback bid just 28 seconds into overtime when his wrist-shot beat Tuukka Rask (19 saves) blocker side high. The Washington Capitals (6-0-3) have yet to lose in regulation thus far and sit atop the East Division with 15 points. Ovechkin’s winner was…… Continue reading Washington Capitalizes in OT

Ignore That Last Post….

Oh my. UMD is controlling it. Lucky bounces are saving Harvard. Stats are equal but Bulldogs are carrying this one through the 1st Period & 1/4 of the 2nd.  Madsen has been great but gave up the shaky goal. The refs are missing a lot. Harvard needs to shoot more

Game Day

Sitting @ Lou Malnati’s waiting for my deep dish before heading to this year’s College Hockey Mecca, the United Center. It’s just awesome seeing so many NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey fans from all over the country here to witness to the crowning of the 2016-17 National Champion. UMass-Lowell, North Dakota, Yale, & numerous other jerseys…… Continue reading Game Day

A Terrier’s Thoughts on the Frozen Four

Of all the 60 teams in NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey, only one was fortunate enough to have played all four of the remaining 4 teams left in the Frozen Four this season. That team was the Boston University Terriers. They traveled to Denver in October to play the Pioneers twice. They had a home game in November, and…… Continue reading A Terrier’s Thoughts on the Frozen Four