2015 Frozen Four: Providence overwhelms inexperienced Nebraksa-Omaha in 4-1 semi-final win

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Nick Saracino - Providence College - 2015 Frozen Four

Photo: Providence College forward Nick Saracino fires home an empty net goal in his team’s 4-1 win over the University of Nebraska-Omaha at the 2015 Frozen Four. Saracino’s goal was his third point of the game (courtesy of Michael Tureski/Icon Sportswire)

On paper, the 2015 Frozen Four semi-final matchup of Providence College and the University of Nebraska-Omaha looked like a potentially tight NCAA contest. And it was close on the scoreboard heading into the third period, with the Friars up 2-0 on the Mavericks. Read more»

2015 Frozen Four Preview: Storied programs go head-to-head as Boston University, North Dakota faceoff

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Drake Caggiula - University of North Dakota; Jack Eichel - Boston University - 2015 Frozen Four Semi-final

Photo: University of North Dakota forward Drake Caggiula and Boston University forward and 2015 prospect Jack Eichel are a pair of nine’s that led their schools in scoring in the 2014-15 season (courtesy of Tim G. Zechar/Icon Sportswire and Fred Kfoury III/Icon Sportswire)

While the first semi-final game at the 2015 NCAA Frozen Four features two schools with little or no history at this event, the second game of the day pits two schools – Boston University and the University of North Dakota – with a combined 63 appearances and 43 titles between them. Read more»

2015 Frozen Four Preview: Experienced Providence takes on upstart Nebraska-Omaha

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Nick Saracino - Providence College; Jake Guentzel - University of Nebraska-Omaha - 2015 Frozen Four Semi-final

Photo: Providence College forward Nick Saracino (L) and University of Nebraska-Omaha forward and Pittsburgh Penguins prospect Jake Guentzel (R) lead their respective teams in scoring in the 2014-15 season (courtesy of Corey Silvia/Icon Sportswire and Zach Bolinger/Icon Sportswire)

The first semi-final matchup at the 2015 NCAA Frozen Four tournament pits two regional fourth seeds against one another, Providence College and the University of Nebraska-Omaha. While there is little history between the two teams – they haven’t met since 2005 – the winner moves on to the title game with a chance to produce an upset win. Read more»

Beyond Tomorrow: Stampede’s Bellows taking his own route to pro career

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Kieffer Bellows - Sioux Falls Stampede

Photo: Sioux Falls Stampede forward and 2016 prospect Kieffer Bellows is tied for fourth in goals in the USHL with 30 so far this season (courtesy of mJoy Photography)

While his surname might evoke memories of North Stars and vintage jerseys, Kieffer Bellows is more than just the son of Brian, a veteran of nearly 1,200 NHL games. Carving a name for himself with the USHL’s Sioux Falls Stampede, the younger Bellows has already impressed as one of the league’s leading goal scorers. Read more»

2015 NHL Draft: McDavid, Eichel locked into top slots, Strome just behind in ISS Hockey’s April rankings

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Connor McDavid and Dylan Strome - Erie Otters

Photo: Erie Otters forwards Connor McDavid (R) and Dylan Strome (L) are ranked #1 and #3 respectively in the ISS Hockey April rankings for the 2015 NHL Draft (courtesy of Aaron Bel/OHL Images and Terry Wilson/OHL Images)

There are no surprises at the very top of ISS Hockey’s April rankings for the 2015 NHL Draft, but there was some movement outside the top two positions. Read more»

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