Dartmouth’s Gaudet Reaches Milestone 1,000th Game Coached

Hanover, NH — Coaching is a unique lifestyle and profession. It is a results-orientated business. The world of NCAA ice hockey is no different from any other profession, produce or else. What merits a successful season or a successful career? Is it National Championships? Or Conference titles? Or is it graduation rates? For Dartmouth College Men’s Ice Hockey…… Continue reading Dartmouth’s Gaudet Reaches Milestone 1,000th Game Coached

Merrimack beats Holy Cross 3-1

Worcester, MA – The Holy Cross Crusaders were coming off a huge 3-2 overtime win over Providence College in their last game on Saturday. Never mind that their last game was an 11-5 beatdown at the hands of Wisconsin, but theMerrimack Warriors hadn’t won a game since January 12, 2019, a 5-2 defeat of UConn. For each team, tonight was a statement game. Can…… Continue reading Merrimack beats Holy Cross 3-1

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