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7th Cornell Senior From 17-18 Season Signs With Pro Team

INDEPENDENCE, Mo. — The ECHL’s Kansas City Mavericks announced Wednesday the signing of forward Eric Freschi ’17 for the upcoming hockey season. With Freschi’s signing, seven graduating seniors from the 2016-17 Cornell men’s hockey team have signed their first professional contracts. Freschi wrapped up his collegiate career with 126 games— the most among his classmates […]

Syracuse Picked To Finish Second In Preseason CHA Women’s Hockey Poll

Robert Morris is projected to repeat as champions of the College Hockey America Conference according to the league’s Preseason Poll released Tuesday morning. The Colonials received 5 of the 6 first place votes with Syracuse receiving the other. In 2016-17, Robert Morris became the first school other than Mercyhurst to be crowned outright CHA regular […]

Former Hobart Hockey Star Mitch Beyer Playing Pro In France

Former Hobart College hockey defenseman Mitch Beyer ’17 (Clifton Park, N.Y.) is currently playing professionally for the Briancon Red Devils in Briancon, France. The Red Devils play in the Division I league and are a team the Statesmen played on their trip to Europe last December. “Hockey has been a life-long passion of mine and […]

Defending NCAA Champion Clarkson U No. 1 In Preseason Women’s College Hockey Poll

Defending NCAA Champion Clarkson University No. 1 in Preseason USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine Women’s College Hockey Poll USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine 2017-18 Women’s College Hockey Poll – Preseason #1 (First-place votes in parentheses) Rank School Final 2016-17 Rank 2016-17 Record Weeks in Top 10 1. Clarkson University, 183 (14) 1 32-4-5 1 2. University of […]

Atlantic Hockey Unveils Additions To AtlanticHockey.tv

Atlantic Hockey, in conjunction with streaming partner Stretch Internet, is pleased to announce that fans can now access crystal-clear high definition broadcasts though custom applications on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV. These apps will provide fans a seamless way to access content directly on their TVs – with no need to “relay” […]

Hobart’s Jonas Toupal Competes In Chasing Genius Challenge

This summer, Hobart College junior Jonas Toupal entered the National Geographic Chasing Genius Challenge, which asked participants to create a one-minute video describing their idea and the solution it provides to issues related to global sustainability, health or hunger. Competing for one of four winning spots and $25,000 to implement his proposal, Toupal has developed […]

Taylor Announces Hobart Captains For 2017-18 Season

Hobart College Head Hockey Coach Mark Taylor recently announced that seniors Ben Greiner, Andrew Silard and Jordan Haskell, as well as, juniors Tanner Shaw and Jack Macnee will serve as captains for the 2017-18 season. “I’m really excited about this leadership group,” said Taylor. “Each individual has risen to this position on a different time […]

Simpson Joins Bears Hockey Staff

POTSDAM, N.Y.- SUNY Potsdam men’s hockey coach Chris Bernard has named Robby Simpson as his assistant for the upcoming 2017-18 season. Simpson will replace Patrick Borer who left to become the new head coach of the Nashville Jr Predators in the NA3HL. The Etobicoke, Ontario native brings a wealth of playing experience and a variety […]

New York Sash Teddy Bear Toss Set For Dec. 9th At Utica College

UTICA, NY – The 13th annual New York Sash Teddy Bear Toss will take place on December 9, 2017 at the Utica Memorial Auditorium as the Utica College men’s hockey team hosts Neumann University in United Collegiate Hockey Conference action at 7 p.m. Fans are asked to bring a new stuffed animal to the game. […]

Hockey’s Declaration of Principles Unveiled

NEW YORK/ TORONTO (Sept. 6, 2017) – The National Hockey League Players’ Association (NHLPA) and the National Hockey League (NHL) today unveiled hockey’s Declaration of Principles – developed by and for hockey stakeholders – to advance policies, programs and initiatives, while inspiring fans, players and communities to create the best possible experience for the entire […]

Niagara U Hockey Adds Four Players To Round Out Incoming Class

(Photo feature of David Krejcik) — NIAGARA UNIV., N.Y. – Niagara hockey head coach Jason Lammers announced on Tuesday the addition of three freshmen and one transfer goaltender for the 2017-18 season. Forwards Eric Cooley and Justin Kendall, defenseman Jack Zielinski, and goaltender David Krejcik have been added to the Purple Eagles’ roster, giving the […]

USA Hockey and American Collegiate Hockey Association Extend Partnership

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – USA Hockey and the American Collegiate Hockey Association announced today a five-year extension of their partnership centered around supporting playing and coaching opportunities for men and women in non-varsity college hockey across the United States. The agreement includes sustained support of the annual ACHA National Championships by USA Hockey while both […]

Oswego State Women’s Ice Hockey Preview

The Oswego State women’s ice hockey team is looking to build on last season’s success with strong returners and talented newcomers. Oswego had an overall record of 16-8-2 and a conference record of 10-6-2 in 2016-17. Last season, the Lakers started off hot, opening the season with a 6-2 win over New England College to […]

Former RPI Star Is One Of The NHL’s Top 100 Greatest Players Of All-Time

By Bob Duff / Special to NHL.com– Nearly two decades later, Jim Devellano is frank in his assessment of the most foolish move he ever made as an NHL general manager. The decision to trade Adam Oates continues to haunt him. “It was the worst trade I ever made,” said Devellano, now the senior vice […]