2014-15 ECAC Preview, Part 1: Union begins defense of national title

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Connor Clifton - Quinnipiac University

Photo: Quinnipiac University defenseman and Arizona Coyotes prospect Connor Clifton will be a part of a younger Bobcats’ squad that is coming off of two consecutive NCAA Tournament appearances (courtesy of David Hahn/Icon Sportswire)

 

This season, the non-Ivy League members of the ECAC feature a combined 12 NHL prospects representing five of the six schools. St. Lawrence is the only non-Ivy League team without a prospect on its roster. Clarkson leads the group with four prospects, followed by Quinnipiac and RPI with three apiece. Read more»

2014-15 NCHC Preview, Part 2: Denver looking to improve on conference championship

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Brendan O'Donnell - University of North Dakota

Photo: University of North Dakota forward and Tampa Bay Lightning prospect Brendan O’Donnell could be a breakout player in the NCHC in 2014-15 if he can avoid the injury bug (courtesy of Tim G. Zechar / Icon Sportswire)

 

In part one of this 2014-15 NCHC preview, Hockey’s Future looked at four of the eight teams in NCAA Hockey‘s newest conference. Part two takes a closer look at Denver, Nebraska-Omaha, North Dakota and Western Michigan. Read more»

2014-15 NCHC Preview, Part 1: St. Cloud State seeks third straight regular season title

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Jonny Brodzinski - St. Cloud State University

Photo: St. Cloud State University forward and Los Angeles Kings prospect Jonny Brodzinski, shown here fending off brother Michael in the 2014 NCAA Tournament, will lead the way on offense for the Huskies in 2014-15 (courtesy of Hannah Foslien/Getty Images)

 

No NCAA conference has more combined NHL prospects on their member rosters than the NCHC does this season. The NCHC will feature 51 prospects spread across all eight conference schools. North Dakota leads all NCHC teams with 14 prospects, followed by Denver, Miami and Nebraska-Omaha with seven apiece. Read more»

2014-15 Atlantic Hockey Preview, Part 2: Robert Morris looks to repeat magical season

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Cody Wydo - Robert Morris University

Photo: Robert Morris University forward Cody Wydo finished the 2013-14 season with the second highest goal total in the NCAA, behind only Hobey Baker winner Johnny Gaudreau (courtesy of Brad Rempel/Icon Sportswire)

 

Hockey’s Future took a look at five of the 10 schools in the Atlantic Hockey conference in part one of our 2014-15 NCAA season preview. In part 2, we take a closer look at Robert Morris, Holy Cross, Niagara, RIT and Sacred Heart. Read more»

2014-15 Atlantic Hockey Preview, Part 1: Canisius, Mercyhurst seek shot at conference title

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Matt Zay - Mercyhurst University

Photo: Mercyhurst University senior forward Matt Zay will lead a Lakers’ offensive attack that was one of the more potent in the NCAA in 2013-14 (courtesy of David Hahn/Icon Sportswire)

 

This season, Atlantic Hockey is the only conference without NHL prospects. Nevertheless, the conference features a number of players that are well worth a look.

Part 1 of this NCAA preview takes a closer look at Mercyhurst, Air Force, AIC, Army, Bentley and Canisius. Read more»

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