13 Feb - A look at the ECAC Stretch Run Now that every team in the ECAC has played an equal amount of league games, the standings have finally started to take shape. One of the first things I noticed at first glance, was the top four teams have separated themselves from the rest of the pack and those teams are only separated by a […]
02 Feb - Three Things I Think: ECAC 2/2 Heading into the final few weeks of the season, one has to wonder where the time has gone. Just four weeks are left in the regular season and it appears that the top three have, in a sense, pulled away from the pack. SLU picked up a huge win against Union to take the lead […]
21 Jan - Yale Continues its Upward Trend in the ECAC From game one to now, there is no team that has come further in the ECAC than Yale. Early in the season, the Bulldogs struggled to find an identity, had head-scratching performances against Colgate and RPI and in its first five league games the Bulldogs gave up 22 goals. The defense, which I wrote about […]
10 Jan - Three Things I Think: ECAC 1/9 As the season goes along I try to find trends within how teams are playing and the form of each. Although I have seen the struggle of ECAC teams in non-conference play, I know that the quality of games in the league isn’t down. This season teams have been filling holes from last season, left […]
08 Jan - Rensselaer’s Struggle has Gone from Bad to Worse When I wrote a feature in November on RPI it was just a struggling hockey team that was trying to find rhythm and momentum. I felt as though it would turn it around during the second half or late in the first semester. It had points where it seemed like that would be the case. […]
Feb. 14 - One Drought, Over The past 13 years at Harvard under coach Ted Donato have been bumpy, to say the least. He came in at a time when Harvard was making NCAA tournaments ...