Yale coach a primary reason for Hayden’s interest in becoming a Bulldog

by Tom Schreier
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John Hayden - U.S. NTDP

Photo: U.S. NTDP forward and 2013 NHL Draft prospect John Hayden has caught the eye of scouts with his power forward potential (courtesy of Tom Sorensen)

The name Yale typically brings to mind students in argyle sweaters walking to class on paved walkways with a spiral notebook in hand. Alumni of the university have gone on to be U.S. Presidents, Supreme Court Justices and Academy Award winning actors. Samuel Morse and Eli Whitney call it their alma mater. Sinclair Lewis and Tom Wolfe do, as well.

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Hellebuyck makes easy adjustment to NCAA hockey

by Richard Murray
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Connor Hellebuyck - University of Massachusetts Lowell

Photo: UMass Lowell freshman goaltender and Winnipeg Jets prospect Connor Hellebuyck has been impressive in his first season of Division 1 hockey (courtesy of UMass Lowell Athletics)

Not many goalies have a lot of success during their freshman season in Hockey East, but UMass Lowell’s Connor Hellebuyck has dominated college hockey so far this season.

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Winterhawks trio keeping NHL scouts busy

by Glen Erickson
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Nic Petan - Portland Winterhawks

Photo: Portland Winterhawks forward Nic Peten (R) is one of a trio of Winterhawks' players expected to have their names called early in the 2013 NHL Draft (courtesy of Marissa Baecker/Getty Images)

The current tale of the tape, Western Hockey League style, quite convincingly suggests the Portland Winterhawks will probably supply the “long and short of it” when the time comes for NHL teams to make their selections at the 2013 NHL Draft in Newark, New Jersey.

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Saponari grows into a leader for Northeastern

by DJ Powers
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Vinny Saponari - Northeastern University

Photo: Northeastern University forward and Winnipeg Jets prospect Vinny Saponari is currently ranked second in scoring for the Huskies, behind only Anaheim Ducks prospect Kevin Roy (courtesy of Jim Pierce)

Having a senior class that can guide a mostly younger team is crucial in not only the success of the program but also in the development of their younger players. But, over the last several years, few NCAA teams have been hit harder by non-graduating player departures than Northeastern University.

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Beanpot experience a dream come true for Boston-based players

by Richard Murray
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Bill Arnold - Boston College

Photo: Boston College forward and Calgary Flames prospect Bill Arnold has added another Beanpot title to a resume that includes previous Beanpot wins as well as NCAA championships (courtesy of J. Meric/Getty Images)

As a child growing up in the Boston area, there is probably only one thing other than playing in the Stanley Cup finals for the Bruins that every young hockey player dreams of playing for and that is the Beanpot.

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