Note: Written before Friday’s games took place, but posted after. It’s Friday January 27, 2017, 70 days until the 2016-17 Hobey Baker Award winner is announced. As it stands four players are currently tied for the most points in the country @ 41, Northeastern’s Zach Aston-Reese, UNH’s Tyler Kelleher, & Union teammates Mike Vecchione &…… Continue reading Why Spencer Foo Is This Year’s Hobey Winner (As of today…)
Currently sitting @ 8-11-3 (2-7-1 HEA) the University of Maine Black Bears are at their make or break point of the season. Roughly halfway thru Hockey East play, the Black Bears are in 10th place, and coming off a neutral sites split with UConn this past weekend. Up next is a scorching hot BU team,…… Continue reading How Is Red Gendron Still Coaching @ Maine?
I drew this Weds night and added it to construction paper on Thursday, as well as added the lettering. I hope it captures what I’m going for here…
Dartmouth wanted it more. A blast from D-man Connor Yau chased Merrick Madsen from the game, giving Dartmouth a 6-4 lead. Harvard could only muster 6 shots in the 3rd as the Big G clogged the middle of their zone. 2 empty net goals in the final minutes put it away for Dartmouth moving them…… Continue reading Harvard vs Dartmouth (3rd & wrap-up)
This period started & ended in Dartmouth’s favor, which bodes well for the Big Green. An early power-play goal by Kevan Kilistoff @ 2:24 tied it for Dartmouth. They would take the lead one minute later when Corey Kalk scored. But only 2 minutes after that Harvard would tie again @ 3 when Louis Zerter-Gossage…… Continue reading Harvard vs Dartmouth (2nd)
The Crimson travel to Hanover, NH to take on Conference & Ivy League rival Dartmouth. The Big Green were all over Harvard for the opening few minutes. It looked like the Crimsons’ weekend troubles weren’t quite behind them. A Dartmouth penalty @ 4:42 seemed to put Harvard at ease. Their play gradually got better and…… Continue reading Harvard vs Dartmouth
Nearly 100 years after after their 1st meeting Boston College & Boston University renewed acquaintances for the 1st (of 3 definite) games this season. Both teams are on the young side, BC has 13 Freshman on their roster while BU has 10 and both have 7 Sophomores. BC has 0 Juniors and relies on 5…… Continue reading The Battle of the “B Line”