Union Cries “Uncle!” at Massachusetts

Amherst, MA – The Union Dutchmen arrived at the Mullins Center in search of their first victory of the 2019-20 season, coming in at 0-4. The Minutemen welcomed them with open arms. Having suffered a loss on Tuesday at Northeastern, Massachusetts was ready to make amends for it and that did not bode well for the young Union squad. Bobby Trivignoand Reed Lebster each had a pair…… Continue reading Union Cries “Uncle!” at Massachusetts

Northeastern Opens Hockey East Play with Win Over Massachusetts

Boston, MA – Opening Night at historic Matthews Arena, the oldest barn in America, was a raucous affair as last year’s regular season Hockey East champs, Massachusetts, took on the reigning Hockey East tourney champs in an early season power struggle. 2,707 in attendance were treated to what could also be a finals pre-view come March.  Matthews has been a…… Continue reading Northeastern Opens Hockey East Play with Win Over Massachusetts

River Hawks Outlast Chargers in Season Opener

Lowell, MA. – To the University of Alabama-Hunstville the difference in this game probably felt much like the change in temperate that they experienced this week. On Tuesday it was over 100 degrees in Huntsville. Today in Lowell the high was 60. For the first two periods the Chargers were in this game, only trailing 2-1 with less than 15…… Continue reading River Hawks Outlast Chargers in Season Opener

Youth Movement Bolsters Merrimack

The arrival of 16 freshmen adds optimism to 2019-20 season North Andover, MA – On a warm early fall afternoon inside the 2,549 seat Lawler Rink second-year coach Scott Borek shouts instructions at his charges as they practice one on one defensive zone drills. At this point in the season Borek only has his players…… Continue reading Youth Movement Bolsters Merrimack

UMass Train keeps rolling, Sweeps BC

Jason Scales February 16, 2019 Chestnut Hill, Ma. — Less than 24 hours after finishing a classic Hockey East battle Massachusetts and Boston College were at it again on the outskirts of Boston. Coming into tonight’s action UMass was still atop the standings, while BC had slipped to fifth place. The first period picked up…… Continue reading UMass Train keeps rolling, Sweeps BC

Harvard’s Gregoire powers Crimson over Terriers in Beanpot Consolation tilt

Boston, MA. — Teams don’t want to be playing at 4:30 pm on Beanpot Monday. The Consolation Game is a sad affair due to the sparse crowd, the smaller bands (if they even show) and the lack of hardware after the game. Tonight’s two participants are no exception, Boston U. and Harvard would obviously rather…… Continue reading Harvard’s Gregoire powers Crimson over Terriers in Beanpot Consolation tilt

Lowell outlasts Northeastern

Matthews Arena, Boston, Ma. —  February has arrived on the heels of record cold across the country. However, this week brings with it a drastic rise in temperatures, especially as the Hockey East race heats up. Seven points separate first from seventh place. One point separates fourth place UMass-Lowell from third place Northeastern. The two teams…… Continue reading Lowell outlasts Northeastern