Eagles’ Mullane soars with linemate Gaudreau

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Pat Mullane - Boston College

Photo: Boston College captain Pat Mullane setup one goal in his team's Hockey East semi-final match vs Boston University, but it wasn't enough as the Terriers won, 6-3 (courtesy of Michael Tureski/Icon SMI)

With Johnny Gaudreau on his wing the past two seasons, Boston College captain Pat Mullane has continued to develop at the college hockey level, and he will leave BC as a highly sought after unrestricted free agent in the coming weeks.

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Roy lives up to expectations in freshman season at Northeastern

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Kevin Roy - Northeastern University

Photo: After leading the USHL in scoring in 2011-12, Anaheim Ducks prospect Kevin Roy brought his scoring exploits to Northeastern University and did not disappoint (courtesy of Jim Pierce)

Northeastern’s 2012-13 season officially came to an end a little over a week ago with consecutive losses to Boston University, but the Huskies saw their playoff aspirations dashed the previous weekend after losing to and tying Maine in a two-game set. For freshman sensation Kevin Roy (ANA), the season ended even sooner as an injury sidelined him for Northeastern’s final five games.

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Lowry developing all-around skills at Cornell

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Joel Lowry - Cornell University

Photo: Cornell forward and Los Angeles Kings prospect Joel Lowry is the son of former NHL player Dave Lowry and brother of Winnipeg Jets prospect Adam Lowry (courtesy of Patrick Shanahan/Cornell Athletic Communications)

Despite not having the WHL option as a 17-year-old, Joel Lowry has come into his own at Cornell since being drafted by the Los Angeles Kings in 2011.

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Off the Radar: Miami’s Czarnik may finally receive deserved attention from NHL

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Austin Czarnik - Miami University

Photo: Miami University sophomore forward Austin Czarnik is ranked second in scoring on the Miami roster, and fifth overall in the CCHA (courtesy of Warren Wimmer/Icon SMI)

In recent years, it’s become a hockey hotbed and a place that was a little off the radar itself: Oxford, Ohio – the home of the Miami University RedHawks.

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Floridian Guertler making his mark in hockey country

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Gabe Guertler - Fargo Force

Photo: Fargo Force forward and 2013 NHL Draft prospect Gabe Guertler will begin his NCAA career in the fall of this year at the University of Minnesota (courtesy of Mitch Highman/mJoy Photography)

Gabe Guertler is the first Floridian hockey player to commit to the University of Minnesota. Born and raised in Plantation, he grew up in South Florida near the BankAtlantic Center in Sunrise, home of the Florida Panthers, but says he spent most of his time underneath the sun.

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