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Amerks Weekly Report

**This Week’s Storylines** **Despite going winless over their three-game trek through New England, the Amerks can potentially lock up a playoff spot as early as this weekend. Coming into the week, Rochester maintains a 20-point lead on the fifth-place Laval Rocket in the North Division standings and need just three points to secure a postseason […]

Cornell and Clarkson Still In Top 10 of Men’s College Hockey Poll

St. Cloud State #1 in USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Men’s College Hockey Poll Entering NCAA Tournament USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine 2017-18 Men’s College Hockey Poll – Week #24 (First-place votes in parentheses) Rank School Last Week’s Rank 2017-18 Record Weeks in Top 15 1. St. Cloud State University, 495 (21) 1 25-8-6 24 2. University […]

OJDL Development League Set For 4th Season

Mississauga, ON – Officials with the Ontario Junior Development League (OJDL) are excited about this spring’s season – and the graduates the league has already produced. Fourteen teams will play in two divisions in the OJDL this May and June. It’s the fourth season for the league run by the Ontario Junior Hockey League. As […]

2018 USA Hockey National Championships Begin Thursday

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — The 2018 Chipotle-USA Hockey National Championships commence Thursday (March 22) in Plymouth, Minnesota, with the High School tournament taking center stage. Featuring three divisions, including Division I Pure (for single-school teams), Division II Combined (for teams comprised of players from multiple high schools), and for the first time, a Girls Division, […]

Future Buffalo Sabres: Sean Malone

By Warren Kozireski– Some coaches will say that, six months into the season, no one is a rookie anymore. With 60+ professional games under his belt, Buffalo Sabres 2013 sixth round draft pick Sean Malone is beginning to find his way in his first professional season. Over his last 11 games (as of March 15) […]

Beauts Down Pride In OT, Will Make Their 3rd Straight Isobel Cup Final Appearance

The Buffalo Beauts will make their third consecutive Isobel Cup Finals appearance after defeating the Boston Pride 3-2 in overtime, in front of a packed house at the HarborCenter in Buffalo on a St. Patrick’s Day, Saturday night. Heading into the weekend, the visiting Pride sat in third place in the standings, just a single […]

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    MINNEAPOLIS – It’s been a season of firsts for the Colgate women’s hockey team. On Friday night at Ridder Arena, they added another. For the first time in program history, the Colgate Raiders are headed to the national championship after a 4-3 victory in double overtime over the No. 2/2 Wisconsin Badgers. Breanne Wilson-Bennett, who […]

  • Clarkson Tops Ohio State In OT To Go To Women’s NCAA Hockey Final

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  • Air Force Blanks Canisius In Semifinal of the Atlantic Hockey Conference Tourney

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  • Elmira College’s Ari Smith Wins Elite 90 Award

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