WCHA RinkRap: How Arizona State Hockey Found The Support It Needed
Sep 20, 2019Tim Rappleye
Shortly after Arizona State transitioned from club to Division I status in 2015, the Sun Devils applied for membership to the WCHA. Although their entry was tabled, league commissioner Bill Robertson kept the communications lines wide open between his office and Tempe. A forward thinker throughout his career in hockey, the man known as “Billy Rob” knew that ASU represented a vital gateway to the West.
By The Numbers: Michigan State Duo Needs Support
Sep 18, 2019Jacob Messing
The Michigan State Spartans’ top line from 2018-19 was among the best in NCAA hockey last season, but the trio-turned-duo will need support this season.
FloHockey Is The Home Of The WCHA, Atlantic, & Big Ten Hockey
The newest campaign of college hockey begins in just a few weeks, which means that FloHockey is the place to be if you're a fan of Western Collegiate Hockey Association (WCHA), Big Ten, or Atlantic Hockey. Subscribers will also have access to many collegiate women's hockey games, including Big Ten and WCHA competition.
Former NCAA Scoring King Diego Cuglietta Faces The Tough Climb Of A Pro
Sep 16, 2019Tim Rappleye
At some point in every athlete’s life, they reach a ceiling — even NCAA scoring aces.
WCHA Hockey Preview, Part II: Bowling Green Moves On Without Chris Bergeron
Sep 13, 2019Tim Rappleye
Here is the second part of a two-part preview of the Western Collegiate Hockey Association’s upcoming season, brought to you by FloHockey correspondent Tim Rappleye. You can find Part I here.
WCHA Hockey Preview, Part I: Minnesota State Is Primed For More Trophies
Sep 12, 2019Tim Rappleye
Western Collegiate Hockey Association expert and FloHockey correspondent Tim Rappleye brings fans a two-part WCHA preview in which he pinpoints favorites, identifies hot stories headed into the season, and gives you everything you need to know before the puck drops.
By The Numbers: Tanner Laczynski Is The Guy At Ohio State
Sep 9, 2019Jacob Messing
After three straight NCAA Tournament appearances, the Ohio State Buckeyes will need to lean on a large cast of seniors once again to stretch their streak to four.
By The Numbers: Michigan Wolverines Can Bounce Back
Back in June, FloHockey categorized the Michigan Wolverines’ roster as one cast into limbo following the departure of several key players, but the merry-go-round of star talent in Ann Arbor welcomes the next wave of top-tier prospects.