Hockey East Headlines
- Jan. 22 - Roundup: Cornell, Notre Dame Win to Earn 3-Point Weekends vs. Tough Foes
Cornell finally got to play a pair of home games this weekend, just its fifth and sixth of the season, and earned three points, including a tie ...
- Dec. 28 - Two Merrimack Sophomores Leave Team At Semester Break
Merrimack College men’s hockey coach Mark Dennehy and his staff were informed separately by sophomores Mathieu Foget and Ethan Spaxman ...
- Sep. 27 - Hockey East Coaches Tab BU As League Favorite
Boston University has been pegged as the favorite in Hockey East by the league coaches. The annual coaches poll was announced as part of Hockey ...
- Sep. 27 - Hockey East Considers Holy Cross, But Moving Forward With 11 Teams
Hockey East is prepared to move forward with 11 teams beginning with the 2017-18 season, when Notre Dame departs the conference for the Big Ten. As ...
- Sep. 26 - Bertagna Extended as HEA Commissioner Through 2019-20
The Board of Directors of the Hockey East Association has awarded a three-year contract extension to commissioner Joe Bertagna, taking him through ...
- Sep. 16 - Holy Cross Looking Into Hockey East Move
Holy Cross is making an attempt to join Hockey East and play its home games in the DCU Center, in nearby downtown Worcester, according to a report ...
- Jul. 20 - Rules Committee Tables 4-on-4 OT Proposal, Coach's Challenge Approved
The NCAA Ice Hockey Rules Committee tabled its proposal for a change in NCAA ice hockey overtime format on Wednesday before the NCAA Playing ...
- Jun. 21 - BC's McCoshen Reportedly To Sign With Florida
Boston College junior defenseman Ian McCoshen will sign an entry-level contract with the Florida Panthers, according to The Sun Sentinel. ...
- Apr. 13 - Tuch is 4th Eagle to Leave This Week
Boston College sophomore Alex Tuch, a first-round draft pick in 2014, has signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the NHL's Minnesota ...
- Apr. 8 - BC's Santini, Wood Sign With New Jersey
The New Jersey Devils have signed a pair of Boston College prospects just 24 hours after the Eagles saw their season end in the Frozen Four. On ...
Recent Blog Entries
- 06 Jan - A Mea Culpa On Outdoor Hockey (sort of)
Three years ago, the last time Hockey East ran a Frozen Fenway, I wrote this column where I grumpily told you why outdoor hockey has lost its novelty, and in reality, it’s not fun or special anymore. Now three years wiser, I’d like to take that column back. At least certain elements of it. Truthfully, I […]
- 11 Nov - Hockey East Random Thoughts (11/11)
IT’S NOT WHO YOU’D THINK … Let’s take a look at some surprises around Hockey East when it comes to scoring. There are several players among team leading scorers that no one predicted back in September. First, let’s start at BU, where Patrick Harper is the leading scorer and not first-round pick Clayton Keller. At […]
- 04 Nov - Hockey East Random Thoughts (11/5/16)
— Boston College is quietly on a six-game unbeaten streak after starting the year 1-2, including a loss to Air Force. The Eagles have scored four goals or more in four of those six games and have scored six or more three times. Despite the offensive output — the Eagles have 35 goals in nine […]
- 21 Oct - Hockey East Random Thoughts (10/20/16)
- For all the talk of what Providence lost heading into this season, the Friars have the best even-strength Corsi in Hockey East (60.1%) and it’s fifth-best in the nation. Yeah, they’re 1-2, and yeah, they lost to Holy Cross, but the Friars record will improve if the possession stats remain that high. Also, quality […]
- 13 Oct - Hockey East Random Thoughts of the Week (10/13/16)
– Clayton Keller has been the name almost everyone is talking about when it comes to BU, and for good reason. You’re not the No. 7 overall pick in the NHL Draft by accident. Keller could be in the NHL next season. To some extend, Patrick Harper’s incredible start to the season has been lost […]
- Dec. 21 - Talented BU Seeks Consistency in the Face of Expectations
Expectations are dangerous. They come from potential and past performance. A few high-end players, a storied program and a smooth-talking coach ...
- Dec. 9 - Huska At The Center of UConn's New Character
The Huskies are beginning to hold their own with the top of Hockey East
- Nov. 25 - Adversity Builds Character For Merrimack's Delia
It was a date Merrimack junior goaltender Collin Delia had circled on his calendar for some time. Oct. 16 against Clarkson was going to be his ...
- Nov. 3 - Grasso Already Writing A Great Story
New Hampshire freshman scoring goals at high-octane pace through first month.
- Oct. 21 - Black Bears Wake From Hibernation
Maine's hot start has team, fans dreaming big again.
- Oct. 20 - NCAA Focused On Re-Establishing Rules Emphasis
If you’ve been to a college hockey game in the first three weeks of the season, you’ve noticed the uptick in penalties called across ...
- Oct. 18 - Big Dogs
Northeastern raises its HEA championship banner as it primes for another run.
- Oct. 11 - Q&A With ... Hockey East Commissioner Joe Bertagna
It’s been a fascinating summer for Hockey East commissioner Joe Bertagna. Just before the NCAA tournament, he learned that one of his league’s ...
- Oct. 7 - 2016-17 Hockey East Preview Capsules
Boston College Head Coach: Jerry York (23rd year) 2015-16 Record: 28-8-5 (15-2-5 HE) Changes: The Eagles were hit hard by NHL signings. ...
- Oct. 7 - Hockey East Watch List, 2016-17
Boston University has been pegged by most as the favorites to win Hockey East this season, but the race was so close last spring that it could ...