BOSTON – The Boston University Terriers gave the Northeastern Huskies all they could handle in the opening semifinal game of the Hockey East Championship tournament on Friday night.
What To Watch: Hockey East & WCHA Title Games
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The College Hockey postseason is in full swing and we have you covered for both the Hockey East Championship & WCHA Championship. Keep up with the latest schedules, news, and updates on your team before puck drop right here on FloHockey.tv
RinkRap: Providence Is Stuck In NCAA Netherworld
Mar 22, 2019Tim Rappleye
College hockey’s conference championships are the de facto round-of-64 and round-of-32 stages of the NCAA Tournament, whittling the field down to 16 teams. But there are notable exceptions that are often forgotten during this week prior to the conference championship game, teams floating in temporary NCAA purgatory. Consider the case of current No. 11 Providence.
Karl El-Mir, David Cotton, & Hockey East's 5 Most Improved Players Of 2019
Mar 22, 2019Mark Spezia
Prior to this season, Boston College’s David Cotton, UConn's Karl El-Mir and UMass’ Jacob Pritchard and Mitchell Chaffee had not finished among Hockey East’s top 10 in any offensive category or earned year-end league honors.
Frederic Letourneau An Unxpected Star For Bowling Green
Some readers might recall the term “90-pound weakling.” That was little Frederic as a 14-year-old hockey wannabe at the St-Louis Academie in Quebec, Canada. Classmate Louis-Philippe De Courcy sets the record straight. “He came in and was 5-2, 120 pounds,” said De Courcy, “could barely bench [press] the bar, kinda funny.”
Led By Cale Makar, 2019 Hobey Baker Award Field Narrows To 10