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From Car Shares to Sharing the Spotlight

Devon Levi and Yaniv Perets Differing Paths Both Led to Success Montreal goalies will share the stage during the Richter Award ceremony. The question isn’t entirely off the tongue before a wry smile or a smirk forms on the intended’s face. It doesn’t matter if the question is for a teammate or the coach; sometimes,… Continue reading From Car Shares to Sharing the Spotlight

McLaughlin Lives Out Dream

The local kid has a storybook night at TD Garden Boston, MA – Watch any child at play and listen to them acting out a scenario.  “He catches the pass, time is winding down, ten, nine… He shoots! Score! The (insert team) wins on (insert name) ‘s go-ahead goal with one second left in the game!”… Continue reading McLaughlin Lives Out Dream

ECAC Opening Round Playoff Preview

The ECAC Hockey Conference playoffs begin this weekend in New York. Four of the conference’s six New York schools will host the bottom four teams of the ECAC. Three should advance to the next round, where Quinnipiac, Clarkson, Harvard, and Cornell await the winners. Quinnipiac won the Cleary Cup for finishing first overall in the… Continue reading ECAC Opening Round Playoff Preview

Elevator, Going Up!

Bruins fortunes back on the upside after solid win. The NHL season is an up and down affair throughout an 82 game schedule. It’s easy to get caught up in a team’s day-to-day or game-by-game highs and lows. Take the Boston Bruins, for example; before Monday’s matinee against the NHL’s top team in the standings,… Continue reading Elevator, Going Up!

Tuukka Rask Calls It Quits, Leaves Behind Unique Legacy

There has been no better netminder in the storied history of the Boston Bruins than Tuukka Rask. That is as close to a lock as there can be. The numbers and the longevity bear witness to that fact. Fifteen seasons, 564 games played, 308 wins with 2.28 Goals Against Average, .921 Save Percentage, and 52 shutouts. Mix in a Vezina Trophy in 2013 as… Continue reading Tuukka Rask Calls It Quits, Leaves Behind Unique Legacy

Kuntar Settling Into Boston

Chestnut Hill, MA – Four games does not a career make, but what a great way to start. Boston College freshman Trevor Kuntar scored his first career goal Friday night and added a pair on Saturday, as BC swept the weekend series against #12 Providence College.  Kuntar has four points in his first four games. The Eagles (4-0) are perched atop the… Continue reading Kuntar Settling Into Boston