The Clarkson University Hockey team's struggles against UMass-Lowell at Cheel Arena continued on Friday night as the River Hawks defeated the Golden Knights 3-1 before a crowd 3,004. UMass-Lowell improves its record at 27-year-old Cheel Arena to 7-1 all-time.
BOSTON, Massachusetts – Nationally-ranked No. 18 Quinnipiac men's ice hockey defeated No.16 Northeastern, 6-4, in a non-conference match-up at Matthew Arena in Boston, Massachusetts. With the win, Quinnipiac improves to 2-1-1 on the year while they also hand Northeastern its first loss as it drops to 2-1-1.
LEWISTON, N.Y. – Junior Sean King scored with one second left in overtime to lift the Niagara University men's hockey team to a 4-3 victory over Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), on Friday night at Dwyer Arena. With the win, the Purple Eagles improve to 2-1-0, while the Engineers drop to 0-1-2.
Senior Mike Marnell helped the St. Lawrence men's hockey team fully erase a two-goal deficit against No. 9/10 Providence on Friday night with a third-period power play goal, but the visiting Friars prevailed with a 6-5 win in overtime.
ALBANY, N.Y. -- Inside ECAC Hockey Weekly Radio Show is a program highlighting action from the previous weekend's games and upcoming games. The program also includes interviews with coaches and student-athletes and showcases stories from around the league.
TROY, N.Y. >> Stopping 56 shots in a season-opening draw on Friday night was enough to get Chase Perry the ECAC goaltender of the week award. But even the mammoth number of saves didn’t top his personal best. In high school, Perry once stopped 60 shots. And like Friday’s 1-1 tie with Ohio State, that game too didn’t produce a winner.
Albany, N.Y.— Eight ECAC Hockey teams are in action this weekend, including unbeaten No. 12/10 Clarkson (3-0-1) and North Country partner St. Lawrence, which each welcome nationally-ranked Hockey East foes, No. 19 Mass Lowell and No. 10/9 Providence. No. 2//2 Harvard and Dartmouth each skate against the USA U-18 Team in home exhibition contests. Capital Region partners, Rensselaer and Union travel to Western New York each facing-off against Atlantic Hockey members, Niagara and RIT. In a showdown of nationally-ranked teams, No. 18 Quinnipiac visits No. 16/14 Northeastern for a two-game set. Colgate plays its lone game of the weekend at the HarborCenter versus Canisius on Saturday.
Rensselaer continues its five-game road trip this weekend, when it travels to Niagara and RIT on Friday (7:05pm) and Saturday (7:05pm), respectively ... The Engineers conclude the trip on October 27 at Union (7pm), before hosting the Dutchmen the following night for Blackout! at the Houston Field House (7pm).
The Dutchmen look to snap a five-game skid this weekend with games against Atlantic Hockey's RIT and Niagara. Union takes on the Tigers first on Friday at 7:05 p.m. (ET) at the Gene Polisseni Center. Union finishes the weekend against the Purple Eagles on Saturday at 7:05 p.m. (ET) at Dwyer Arena.
Unbeaten in its first four games to start the 2017-18 campaign, the Clarkson University Hockey team will continue its challenging non-league, opening portion of the schedule this weekend at Cheel Arena against two more teams that competed in last year's NCAA Tournament. The Golden Knights will host Hockey East foes UMass-Lowell on Friday at 7:00 p.m. and Providence College on Saturday at 7:30 p.m.
No. 2/3 Harvard men's hockey kicks off the 2017-18 season with an exhibition contest against United States National Team Development Program U-18 Team at 7 p.m. The game can be viewed on the Ivy League Network. The Crimson will open the regular season next Sunday (Oct. 29) at 7 p.m. against Dartmouth at Bright-Landry Hockey Center on NESN.
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Four former Yale All-American forwards currently playing professionally in Europe have been selected to the U.S. National Team for next month's Deutschland Cup. Mark Arcobello '10, Sean Backman '10, Broc Little '11 and Brian O'Neill '12, all of whom skated together for Keith Allain '80, Yale's Malcolm G. Chace Head Coach, will be with their college coach in Germany for the competition that helps determine who will be on the U.S. Olympic Team roster for February's Winter Games in South Korea.
ALBANY, N.Y. - ECAC Hockey (@ecachockeyMWD1) men’s weekly awards were announced Tuesday, October 17 as Clarkson’s Sheldon Rempal was tabbed as Player of the Week; Odeen Tufto, Quinnipiac earned Rookie of the Week honors; while Chase Perry from Rensselaer was voted Goaltender of the Week.
Ken Dryden spent years driving home the grave danger of concussions and head trauma. Now, in this exclusive essay and his new book Game Change, the NHL legend says the time for talk is over. We need a non-negotiable rule on every rink, every game, he argues: No hits to the head, no excuses.
ITHACA, N.Y. — Freshman forward Tristan Mullin and senior forward Jared Fiegl scored goals for the 18th-ranked Cornell men's hockey team, but Ottawa scored an extra-attacker goal with 43.6 seconds remaining in the third period to scratch out a 2-2 tie on Sunday night at Lynah Rink in the Big Red's second and final exhibition of the season.
The long bus ride back from Kalamazoo, MI will go a little bit smoother for the Clarkson University Hockey team as the 15th-ranked Golden Knights head back home with a tie and a win against Western Michigan.
DURHAM, N.H. – Colgate senior goaltender Zac Hamilton (Ottawa, Ontario) made 30 saves Saturday night to keep the Raiders in the fight but the Raiders could not complete the comeback in a 5-3 loss at the nationally ranked No. 20 New Hampshire Wildcats at the Whittemore Center.
ITHACA, N.Y. — Junior defenseman Matt Nuttle scored a pair of goals, including the first of four for the Cornell men's hockey team in the third period of a 7-1 drubbing of Guelph on Saturday night at Lynah Rink. The game was the first of two exhibitions for the 18th-ranked Big Red, which will host Ottawa in the other dress rehearsal at 5 p.m. Sunday.