Minnesota Duluth Smothers UMass 3-0

Bulldogs First Team To Go “Back to Back” Since 2004-2005 Buffalo, NY. — A physical, dominating, and relentless attack by the experienced Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs was too much for the upstart University of Massachusetts Minutemen in the 2019 NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Final. An early first-period goal by Parker Mackay would prove to be the game-winner…… Continue reading Minnesota Duluth Smothers UMass 3-0

ECAC RACE TIGHTENS UP AS ADRIAN CLARK AND DARTMOUTH SHUT OUT YALE

Jason Scales February 22, 2019 The Yale Bulldogs made their annual pilgrimage to Hanover and Cambridge this weekend. The  Elis came into the weekend in third place on 23 points while their counterparts at Dartmouth were in sixth on 19. With one more weekend after this, every game takes on added significance. Yale won the…… Continue reading ECAC RACE TIGHTENS UP AS ADRIAN CLARK AND DARTMOUTH SHUT OUT YALE

ECAC Preview & Predictions 2018-19

The 2018-19 ECAC season is fast approaching. Here’s a brief look at each school in the conference and their predicted order of finish. 12th RPI (6-27-4 11th) The Engineers are a young squad with 7 sophomores and 16 incoming freshman. Juniors Todd Burgess and Jacob Hayhurst will have to add more to their point total.…… Continue reading ECAC Preview & Predictions 2018-19

NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Final

I admit I struggled with caring about this game after Harvard lost to Minnesota-Duluth, but after focusing on my love of the sport and remembering that I was coming to this year’s Frozen Four long before my Crimson were, or any of the teams for that matter, I was able to see the light. If…… Continue reading NCAA Men’s Ice Hockey Final

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