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  • Dubuque's Rueschhoff Battled for WMU Commitment

    To say Austin Rueschhoff had to work for every inch in his development path would be an understatement. Two years ago, the Wentzville, Mo. ...

  • Q&A With ... Danton Cole

    Last week, Danton Cole was named the new coach at Michigan State, his alma mater. CHN: When were you first contacted by Michigan State, what ...

  • Return to Ann Arbor Fulfills Dream for Pearson

    Leaving Michigan in 2011 was the hardest decision Mel Pearson had to make. Pearson had just finished his 23rd season as an assistant coach with ...

  • BU Recruit Bowers Key Part of USHL Playoff Run

    Very few, if any, forwards in the USHL strike fear in opposing defensemen as does Boston University recruit Shane Bowers. The second-year center ...

  • Ferraro Eager to Assist in UMass Rebuild

    It’s no secret that the past few years are ones fans of the Massachusetts hockey program would like to forget. The Minutemen have won ...

  • Future Eagle Karow Soaring in USHL

    Michael Karow’s ascent from relatively unknown hockey prospect to Boston College commit and potential 2017 NHL Draft pick has been quick. The ...

  • USHL Forward of the Year

    Last summer proved to be very beneficial for Dubuque Fighting Saints center Zach Solow. Coming off his first season playing in the United States ...

  • Cole Took the Winding Path Home

    Big challenges await as alum lands his 'dream job.'

  • Monty and the Gray Ghost

    Grant Standbrook was there for Denver's coach again -- a relationship that goes back 30 years.

  • Denver's Championship Wingmen

    Roommates Terry, Lukosevicius combine to bury UMD

  • His Team

    Jim Montgomery recreated Denver in his image, and it paid off.

  • UMD 'Left It All Out There'

    A great, frantic third period wasn't enough to overcome slow start.

  • Unbroken Heart

    Tariq Hammond was able to celebrate with teammates minutes after shattering his ankle.

  • For Terry, Denver Title is Twice as Nice

    Troy Terry isn't the first player to win a World Junior championship and NCAA national championship in the same season, but it's not ...

  • Contagious

    Vince Lombardi, the legendary former NFL head coach, famously said, "Confidence is contagious. So is lack of confidence." And really ...

  • Championship Notebook: Jaillet The Best Denver Can Get

    Minnesota-Duluth poured on the pressure in the third period of Saturday night's national championship game. Trailing by two goals, the Bulldogs ...

  • UMD's Seniors Cope With Difficult Loss

    “So much,” was all Minnesota-Duluth senior Alex Iafallo could say about what his senior teammates meant to him. It hadn’t ...

  • City of Dreams

    Denver's Emil Romig continues unlikely story at Frozen Four with another goal.

  • Blasi: 'Both Are Capable of National Championship'

    Miami coach Enrico Blasi certainly knows plenty about the two teams playing in Saturday's national championship games, having been victimized ...

  • Adaptation and Evolution

    The Denver players and coaching staff have been asked about last season's NCAA Frozen Four semifinal loss to eventual champion North Dakota ...

  • Denver Passes Bittersweet Torch To Notre Dame

    One year ago, the mood in the Denver locker room here at the Frozen Four was much different. The Pioneers were coming off a loss to North Dakota ...

  • 1 vs. 2 All Year Long

    This is how it had to be. All season long, there's been Denver. There's been Minnesota-Duluth. And then there's been everyone ...

  • The Perfect Play

    It was the perfect play, finished by the perfect player. With less than a minute left, it looked like Minnesota-Duluth would skate into its ...

  • Hammond Shows Off New Style

    On Thursday night, Denver defenseman Tariq Hammond scored half as many points as he’d scored all season. The junior scored a goal and added ...

  • Home Ice Advantage

    When Avery Peterson laces up his skates Saturday night, his older brother Evan will be in the stands, watching him. It won’t be the first ...

  • 30 Seconds of Heartbreak For Harvard

    Emotional swings are commonplace in college hockey. The pressure is so high to win during each game. The smallest lapse or a little luck one ...

  • Frozen Four Friday Notebook

    Minnesota-Duluth and Harvard were consistently two of the top teams in college hockey this season. On Thursday night at the Frozen Four semifinal ...

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