When it comes to USA Hockey’s U18 team, coming off gold in Belarus, gold in Germany, gold in the Czech Republic, silver in Russia and then gold again in Finland, there is little the program accepts other than excellence at the U18 level. Read more»
The CHL playoffs continue this weekend, with second round action on tap. In the OHL, an import forward and one of the most dynamic players in the league go head-to-head. The QMJHL matchup features two international players with rare hockey backgrounds in an interesting look at teams putting the pieces together. Meanwhile, in the WHL, a slumping power forward is hoping to put a few past an underrated goaltender playing behind a powerful offense. Finally, the USHL playoffs continue as two rivals an interstate apart clash for the first time in four years. Read more»
It took them 30 years to get back to the championship game, not to mention some much needed puck luck to be in a position to win it, but Providence College finally earned their first National Championship as they defeated Boston University by a 4-3 score at the 2015 NCAA Frozen Four. Read more»
With the 2015 Frozen Four taking place at the TD Garden in Boston, MA, the Boston University Terriers won’t have far to travel to compete in the NCAA championship game. The Terriers will take on the Providence College Friars to decide the college hockey champion for the 2014-15 season. BU has had a big turnaround season, and features a roster laden with quality talent. HF takes a look at five of those talented players in this Frozen Four gallery. Read more»
The Providence College Friars will take the ice at TD Garden in Boston, MA to do battle with the Boston University Terriers in the NCAA championship game at the 2015 Frozen Four. While the Friars may lack some of the firepower of the Hockey East rival Terriers, their lineup nevertheless features some talented players worth a look. Five of those players are featured in this Frozen Four gallery below. Read more»
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