Harvard tops Dartmouth 7-3 in Season Opener

Allston, MA – The Dartmouth Big Green’s 2019-20 season kicks off where last season ended, at Harvard’s Bright-Landry Center. Both squads have been idle while the rest of the NCAA hockey world has had about a month’s head start. Each team is expecting big things from their players this year. Dartmouth is looking to a talented first line…… Continue reading Harvard tops Dartmouth 7-3 in Season Opener

Ferraro Making Jump From NCAA to NHL

Boston, MA — The last half-year or so has been quite a whirlwind for Mario Ferraro. In April, the 21-year-old Toronto native was a sophomore on the University of Massachusetts Minutemen, a key contributor to his team’s run to the NCAA Finals against Minnesota Duluth. The Minutemen lost the title game 3-0. Come October, and Ferraro is patrolling the blue line…… Continue reading Ferraro Making Jump From NCAA to NHL

Bruins Dominate Sharks in 5-1 Thrashing

Boston, MA – The San Jose Sharks (4-7-1) entered the TD Garden on the tail end of their five-game East Coast road trip, that was evident early and often. The Sharks have been struggling of late, going 1-3-1 over their last five games. Injuries, age, and deep playoff runs have done a number on Peter DeBoer’s squad, but those…… Continue reading Bruins Dominate Sharks in 5-1 Thrashing

Rask, Bruins Shutout Blues 3-0

Boston, MA — The last time St. Louis visited Boston the Stanley Cup was on hand for the victor. Tonight the only thing waiting for either team was a flight to tomorrow’s game destination. Despite the lack of trophies on hand, the two teams have each been playing exceptional hockey throughout October. The Blues entered the game riding a two-game winning streak…… Continue reading Rask, Bruins Shutout Blues 3-0

Recurring Theme for Terriers as River Hawks Pull Back a Point

Lowell, MA – Hockey East action kicked off for both the Boston University Terriers and the University of Massachusetts-Lowell River Hawks. With two conference points up for grabs this game had the intensity that the conference has been known for since it’s inception 36 years ago. Tonight’s game would not disappoint unless you bleed BU scarlet red. The Terriers had…… Continue reading Recurring Theme for Terriers as River Hawks Pull Back a Point

Opportunity Knocks for Crimson in 2019-20

The 2018-19 version of the Harvard Crimson competed for the ECAC regular-season title, the tournament title, and qualified for the NCAA tournament. The fact that the Crimson were able to hang around all season was in large part due to the play of defenseman Adam Fox, who was a top-three Finalist for the Hobey Baker Award. Harvard had a young squad last year,…… Continue reading Opportunity Knocks for Crimson in 2019-20

Pastrnak’s Game On the Rise

Boston, MA — Riding a seven-game point streak, in which he has 10 goals and 7 assists, David Pastrnak has been playing some of the best hockey of his career. The sixth-year Czech forward topped the 300 point plateau in Tuesday night’s 4-2 win over the Toronto Maple Leafs at TD Garden. Pastrnak accomplished this feat in 329 games. In doing…… Continue reading Pastrnak’s Game On the Rise