The opening month of the 2013-14 NCAA hockey season featured some fantastic finishes and great performances by a number of NHL prospects. Hockey’s Future takes a look back what happened during the month of October. Unless otherwise noted, all stats are current as of November 3rd.
Part 2 of the Hockey’s Future ECAC season preview takes a look at the six Ivy League teams. This season, the Ivy League features 22 NHL prospects representing four of the six member schools. Harvard leads with nine prospects, followed by Cornell with seven. Dartmouth and Princeton are the two Ivy League teams that do not have a prospect on their roster this season.
Hockey's Future has taken a look at four of the eight teams from the newly-formed National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) in part one of our 2013-14 season preview of that conference. In part two, we preview the remaining four clubs in what is expected to be a hotly-contested conference.
The National Collegiate Hockey Conference (NCHC) is one of two new conferences that will be making their NCAA debut this season. To say that the conference race will be an all-out war is probably an understatement. The NCHC is shaping up to be arguably the tightest and most competitive conference this season. All eight member schools have made NCAA Tournament appearances within the last three years, with St. Cloud State reaching the Frozen Four last season.
Hockey's Future has taken a look at five of the 11 teams in part one of our Hockey East season preview. In part two, we take a look at the remaining six teams that make up the Hockey East conference.