ECAC Opening Round Playoff Preview

The ECAC Hockey Conference playoffs begin this weekend in New York. Four of the conference’s six New York schools will host the bottom four teams of the ECAC. Three should advance to the next round, where Quinnipiac, Clarkson, Harvard, and Cornell await the winners. Quinnipiac won the Cleary Cup for finishing first overall in the… Continue reading ECAC Opening Round Playoff Preview

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

2019-20 ECAC Preview

The puck drops on the 2019-20 NCAA season when Union College hosts Boston University at the Achilles Center in Schenectady, NY on Saturday, October 5. The ECAC begins to stir from their summer slumber as Union and Colgate represent the conference this first weekend of the season. The Dutchmen host Boston U. before traveling to… Continue reading 2019-20 ECAC Preview

Union vs Boston University Preview

The 2017/18 season is finally upon us. It was a long hot summer, that seems to be still going, that brought quite a few changes to each program. Union graduated 2016/17 Hobey Baker Award Finalist Mike Vecchione, as well as Goalie Alex Sakelleropuolos, Defensemen Jeff Taylor, Matt Krug, & Forwards Michael Pontarelli & Eli Lichtenwald.… Continue reading Union vs Boston University Preview

Hobey Winner Today!

I’ve tried to write a Hobey Baker Award article since the final 3 candidates were announced. I’ve been kicking around ideas for weeks. Earlier this year I advocated for Union College Jr. Spencer Foo to win the award. I was well prepared to write again how he was wrongly left off the ballot for this coming Friday’s… Continue reading Hobey Winner Today!

Game of The Night: Union (7) @ Harvard (5)

Friday night the Union College Dutchmen travel to Allston, MA to take on the Crimson of Harvard University. A huge 2 points are up for grabs in this game. Currently Union is tied for 1st place in the ECAC with St. Lawrence, @ 25 points, while Harvard sits in 2nd with 24 points. A win… Continue reading Game of The Night: Union (7) @ Harvard (5)

Why Spencer Foo Is This Year’s Hobey Winner (As of today…)

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…)