College Hockey Update:  Quinnipiac prevailed in a close-quartered battle over Boston College in the first semifinal game of the Frozen Four today in Tampa, Florida.  From the get-go, Quinnipiac applied pressure to BC every second BC handled a puck, particularly when BC picked up a puck in their own zone. Quinnipiac defended, covered,  and blocked passes, […]

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College Hockey Update:  One of the very best events in all of sports kicks off tomorrow, Thursday, April 7th, at 2PM Pacific Time, in Tampa, when #6 Boston College faces #1 Quinnipiac in the first semifinal game of the Frozen Four, followed at 5:30pm Pacific Time, by #3 North Dakota facing #7 Denver in the second semifinal […]

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College Hockey Update:  Thanks for being in our pool.  Wow — 48 — quite a crowd.

A couple of upsets over the weekend might have stymied the performance of your picks, or bracket. But I know that any disappointment you may have will be heavily outweighed by your joy from watching the tournament, and by […]

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College Hockey Update:  Quinnipiac handled UMass-Lowell Sunday in Albany, NY, after a first period in which UMass-Lowell had controlled the pace of the game for most of the period.  Lowell’s Dylan Zink put his team up 1-0 on a power play goal about three minutes into the game, although Quinnipiac came around late in the […]

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Boston College To Frozen Four!

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College Hockey Update:  In Saturday’s game in Worcester, MA., Boston College played in control for almost all of the game.

Teddy Doherty put BC up 1-0 with six minutes remaining in the first period, and that’s how the first ended.  And it was Teddy Doherty who scored again, three minutes into the second period, to […]

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North Dakota To Frozen Four!

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College Hockey Update:  In Cincinnati today, North Dakota proved to once again be too much on the ice for an opposing team to handle, as they closed out the game on cruise control, headed straight for Tampa, Florida, and the Frozen Four.  In a blistering first period that saw North Dakota put 24 shots on […]

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Ferris State Upsets St. Cloud!

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College Hockey Update:  In today’s early game in St. Paul, MN., Ferris State scored early in the first period, kept up a steady offensive charge, and delivered a tenacious and sticky defense that stymied St. Cloud for most of the game.

Mitch Maloney made it 1-0 for Ferris State only three minutes into the first […]

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College Hockey Update:  Minnesota-Duluth outlasted Providence in opening round action of the early game in Worcester, MA. on Friday.  A sluggish first period in which Duluth outshot Providence 8-4 was followed by a faster-paced second in which Duluth had a 13-11 shot advantage.  A major penalty for contact to the head gave Duluth a five […]

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