Wednesday’s Three Hockey East Stars

Reading, MA – The first round of the Hockey East playoffs was Wednesday night. This year, unlike previous seasons, it’s a one-and-done deal instead of a best-of-three weekend series. Three teams advanced, while three schools started the retool for next year. TIn Chestnut Hill, MA, the Boston College Eagles outlasted the University of New Hampshire… Continue reading Wednesday’s Three Hockey East Stars

UConn Pummels UNH 6-1

Durham, NH – The Twitter hashtag handle for the University of Connecticut Huskies men’s ice hockey team is #IceBus. On Saturday, #IceBus rolled onto the University of New Hampshire campus and proceeded to run over the Wildcats on the Whittemore Center ice 6-1 in front of 5,574 fans. Two nights in a row, the UNH squad fell apart in the second period and… Continue reading UConn Pummels UNH 6-1

UNH Nips Harvard 1-0

Allston, MA – Senior Jackson Pierson‘s breakaway goal at 9:37 of the third period was the difference in a tightly contested non-conference game on Friday night at Bright-Landry Hockey Center. The University of New Hampshire Wildcats held on to a 1-0 win over host Harvard University Crimson in the two teams’ first meeting since 2013. Michael Robinson turned back… Continue reading UNH Nips Harvard 1-0

Old and New Get It Done For Wildcats

Durham, NH. – For the first time in over 580 days, the University of New Hampshire Wildcats had fans in attendance at the Whittemore Center on the UNH campus. The 3,409 Wildcat faithful were rewarded with a dominant 4-1 victory over the Union College Dutchmen. The Wildcats had goals from two seniors and two freshmen, and eight players total figuring… Continue reading Old and New Get It Done For Wildcats

Tucker, Terriers Stymie Wildcats

Boston, MA – Boston University graduate transfer student Sam Tucker stopped 30 of 31 shots as he backstopped the Terriers to a 3-1 win over the visiting University of New Hampshire Wildcats in front of 3,814 at Agganis Arena. Patrick Curry‘s 16th goal of the season at 15:04 of the second period proved to be the game-winner. “I felt strong but I thought the… Continue reading Tucker, Terriers Stymie Wildcats